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  • NAO-2008-02069

    Expiration date: 12/21/2019

    The Corps of Engineers is amending the Navigation Regulations published at 33 C.F.R. §334.280, "James River, Skiffes Creek and Warwick River surrounding Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia; restricted areas and danger zones."

  • NAO-2016-00332

    The District Engineer has established a restricted area in waters surrounding Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story

  • NAO-1995-04001

    Dam Neck Danger Zone Modification- The Corps of Engineers is amending an existing permanent danger zone in the waters of the Atlantic Ocean south of the entrance to the Chesapeake Bay off of the coast of Virginia. This amendment identifies the area within the current danger zone boundary where live fire exercises are no longer conducted and no restriction to surface navigation exists. In addition, the amendment removes references to live fire range conditions and safety procedures since shore-to-sea gunnery operations are no longer conducted.

  • NAO-1995-04001

    Expiration date: 3/15/2019

    Dam Neck Danger Zone Modification- The Navy is seeking authorization to amend the existing danger zone to accurately identify the hazards associated with training and mission operations. The proposed amendment will identify the area within the current danger zone boundary where live fire exercises are no longer conducted and no restriction to surface navigation exists. In addition, the proposed amendment will remove references to live fire range conditions and safety procedures as shore-to-sea gunnery operations are no longer conducted.

  • NAO-08-2069

    Expiration date: 6/22/2018

    Joint Base Langley-Eustis is requesting the Corps of Engineers amend the Navigation Regulations published at 33 C.F.R. §334.280, "James River, Skiffes Creek and Warwick River surrounding Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia; restricted areas and danger zones." JBLE-Eustis contains a military port berthing numerous Army vessels and conducts exercises to include small craft testing and live fire training activities. The proposed amendment is necessary to protect the public from hazards associated with training and mission operations, and to protect government assets, missions, and the base population in general. The proposed amendment increases the restricted areas and creates danger zones surrounding the existing installation and firing ranges.