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PUBLIC NOTICE ** Draft Environmental Assessment for Atmospheric Interceptor Technology (a i t) test program proposed for Kodiak, Alaska, available now!
|Environmental Management Branch (AXFV) - The environmental analysis arm of the Space & Missile Systems Center (SMC) located at Los Angeles Air Force Base in El Segundo, California. We are part of the Acquisition Civil Engineer under the Directorate of Acquisition Systems.|
|Performance Measures - Our policy is to maintain a customer focus. Performance is assessed by several measures. AXFV has also received numerous awards. See Performance Measures and Awards.|
|Staff - Composed of environmental engineers and scientists with a wide array of experience in the environmental compliance and environmental-impact-analysis disciplines. See Our People.|
Information is provided here on in-progress and completed National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) projects. Summaries and/or complete copies of NEPA documents are provided. Included are:
An interactive multimedia course was created to train SMC staff on how we should treat the environment and how to the implement the National Environmental Policy Act. The following information is provided:
Environmental information and tools are provided here for the System Program Offices (SPOs). This helps SMC staff meet the spirit and intent of environmental laws and reduces the risk having programs stopped or delayed for environmental reasons. Included are:
The Air Force is investigating several areas where there is insufficient information to determine environmental impact from our space programs. Studies include:
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