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Pima County Board unanimously supports protecting Air Force and National Guard missions

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PIMA COUNTY – The Pima County Board of Supervisors Tuesday voted unanimously to enter an agreement with the United States Air Force and Davis Monthan Air Force Base to work on behalf of the base to protect it against encroachment. The board also unanimously supported a resolution supporting land swaps between the city of Tucson, Tucson Airport Authority and the Arizona Air National Guard that would aid the construction of a new, more secure entry gate to the Air National Guard at Tucson International Airport, and the relocation of Air Guard munitions bunkers.

The DM encroachment agreement is part of the Department of Defense’s Readiness Environmental Protection Integration program, which seeks to prevent, remove or mitigate incompatible land uses that restrict training, testing and operation of military installations, which can improve opportunities for mission growth.


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