Andersen Air Force Base
Protecting the Turtles

Protecting the Turtles


Protecting the Starlings

Protecting the Starlings


Keeping Aircraft and the Environment clean

Keeping Aircraft and the Environment clean


Andersen Families Help Clean Up Beaches

Andersen Families Help Clean Up Beaches


Andersen Teams Up to Clean Up

Andersen Teams Up to Clean Up


Protecting the Environment

The four pillars of the Air Force environmental mission are quality, conservation and planning, pollution prevention, and restoration.

The Environmental office works with all elements of the base, regulatory agencies and the community to ensure the job gets done in a sustainable manner. By working cooperatively, the Andersen team will continue to comply with environmental laws, preserve the natural environment, and accomplish its mission.

Environmental News

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N/a Marine Corps Activity Guam, Frequently Asked Questions
For more information on the USMC Relocation please visit the: Marine Corps Activities Guam websiteIf
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2017
Default Air Force Logo Results of Unregulated Water Contaminants Testing
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR DRINKING WATERResults of Monitoring Data for Unregulated
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2017
N/a Andersen making strides to protect the endangered wildlife on Guam
As the island of Guam flourishes and makes its presence known all over the world, Andersen Air Force
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2017
Andersen Air Force Base’s drinking water is safe to drink and is in compliance with all federal and local regulations. (U.S. Air Force Courtesy Photo) Andersen Air Force Base Consumer Confidence Report
Andersen Air Force Base’s drinking water is safe to drink and is in compliance with all federal and
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2017
Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician 2nd Class Mike Jones, assigned to Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit (EODMU) 5, dives off the coast of Guam June 12, 2017, as part of the Western Pacific Naval Symposium Diving Exercise (WPNS-DIVEX) 2017. WPNS-DIVEX 2017 is a biennial diving exercise conducted by WPNS nations to enhance cooperation, interoperability, and tactical proficiency in diving operations in support of disaster response. Navy Salvage Divers Clear Submerged Wreckage from Guam's Waters during Diving Exercise 2017
ASAN, Guam (NNS) -- Salvage divers from nine Western Pacific Naval Symposium (WPNS) nations and
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2017
Default Air Force Logo Andersen increases security at Northwest Field
Personnel from the 36th Security Forces Squadron will be working with the local authorities to
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2017
In this file photo, Yeoman 1st Class Erik Estrada, far right, assigned to the submarine tender USS Frank Cable (AS 40), helps local volunteers pack mulch into bags in the village of Dededo, Guam.  Frank Cable Sailors teamed up with volunteers from Island Girl Power, a local community service program for young girls, to clean and renovate a series of parks. Frank Cable, forward deployed to the island of Guam, conducts maintenance and support of submarines and surface vessels deployed to the U.S. 7th Fleet area of responsibility. Guam Navy Commands Win 2016 Environmental Stewardship Flagship Award
ASAN, Guam (NNS) -- Naval Munitions Command East Asia Division (NMCEAD) Unit Guam and the submarine
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2016
Marine biologists examine a hatched Green Turtle nest at Chulu Beach on the Island of Tinian, Sept. 18, 2016. The endangered Green Turtle egg nest was expected to hatch around the time the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit was scheduled to conduct a boat raid to Chulu beach as part of Exercise Valiant Shield. Valiant Shield is a biennial U.S. Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps exercise held in Guam, focusing on real-world proficiency in sustaining joint forces at sea, in the air, on land and in cyberspace. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Kelsey Dornfeld) U.S. military cancels beach landing to protect endangered turtles on Tinian
The U.S Navy environmental coordinators cancelled a beach landing September 13, 2016, scheduled for Navy and Marine Corps units participating in Exercise Valiant Shield 16 on the island of Tinian. The landings were planned for Chulu Beach on the northwest side of Tinian, less than one kilometer (0.62 miles) from North Field, but were called off due to the discovery of an endangered turtle species nesting.
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2016
William Kavanagh, 36th Civil Engineer Squadron environmental protection specialist, right, conducts an audit with Tech Sgt. Jeremy Toliver, 36th Security Forces K-9 unit kennel master, as part of the environmental management system process March 16, 2016, at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam. During the audit, Kavanagh and his team went through a pre-audit checklist, and then conducted a thorough inspection of the facility, checking for discrepancies that would deem a building unsafe. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Cierra Presentado) Environmental team works to keep Andersen clean and green
In the wake of the annual Earth Day, the 36th Civil Engineering Squadron Environmental Flight are
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2016
1st Lt. Joe Franklin, 36th Civil Engineer Squadron project programmer, right, shares energy awareness information with a Base Exchange customer Oct. 21, 2015, at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam. October marks Energy Awareness Month, reminding everyone that individual efforts can make a positive impact, especially after the recent power incident that affected Guam's power grid. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Arielle Vasquez/Released) 36th CES informs Andersen community about importance of energy conservation

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2015
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