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Announcement Regarding Land use in the Johnson Valley Area Marine Corps AGCC Twentynine Palms, CA

June 28, 2016 9:04 AM | CORVA Administrator (Administrator)

PRESS RELEASE #16-004    June 23, 2016


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING LAND USE IN THE JOHNSON VALLEY AREA

MARINE CORPS AIR GROUND COMBAT CENTER TWENTYNINE PALMS, Calif. –
The Johnson Valley Shared Use Area will be temporarily closed to the public August 14-21, 2016 while the Marine Corps conducts convoy operations and resupply missions to support a large-scale exercise. It was determined the window of closure for military use could be shortened from the previous announcement of August 1-30, 2016 after the Marine Corps refined the scope of training.
The closure period will include the time required to ensure the Shared Use Area is clear of recreation activity prior to training and to confirm the land is clear of hazards prior to reopening the land for public access.
 The adjacent Johnson Valley OHV Recreation Area will remain open to the public during the closure of the Shared Use Area. The Marine Corps will continue to implement robust public outreach to ensure the public is informed of the temporary change in land use.
In addition, the Marine Corps has announced the next planned use of the Shared Use Area for military training in August 1-30, 2017, honoring the commitment to provide a minimum of 12 months advance notice to the public of training in the Shared Use Area.


For additional information, please contact the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Public

Affairs Office at 760-830-6213 or SMBPLMSWEBPAO@usmc.mil.
For additional information including a map of the area, please visit http://www.29palms.marines.mil/Staff/G5-Government-and-External-Affairs/Johnson-Valley.



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