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Latest Navy plan significantly curtails Guam land for Marines' move

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To avoid infringing on Guam’s culturally sensitive areas, the Navy has significantly downsized plans to expand facilities on the island needed for the relocation of Marines from Okinawa.
The Navy issued the final supplement to a 2010 environmental impact statement (EIS) that assessed the potential consequences of establishing a live-fire training range complex, camp, family housing area and required infrastructure. This version differs from an earlier draft by limiting military upgrades to property already owned by the federal government. 

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