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Abstract

Fort Monroe is a 584-acre U.S. Army facility approximately ten miles north of Norfolk,<br>VA, near Hampton Roads, VA. Conventional OEW, some dating back to the 186Os, has been<br>found at many areas of Fort Monroe, and it is expected that much more remains. The ordnance<br>may represent a serious OEW safety hazard and a significant cost to remediate the site. The<br>1993 Base Realignment and Closure Commission Report recommended a comprehensive<br>investigation of UXO contamination at Fort Monroe.

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1995-04-23
2020-03-29
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