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.
2019 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report
2018 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report
U.S. Marines and Sailors with Marine Aircraft Group (MAG) 12 cleaned up Agat beach during exercise Valiant Shield 18 September 17.
Andersen Air Force Base's drinking water is safe to drink and is in compliance with all federal and local regulations, officials announced recently in the 2017 Annual Drinking Water Quality report.For the year 2017, the Andersen Air Force Base Water System met all primary drinking water quality
A new $63 million underground pipeline is open for business and increasing military readiness on the U.S. territory of Guam.
Hafa Adai & Welcome to Guam! You shall soon discover why Andersen’s location is both picturesque and strategically important in the Pacific where Guam has played a key role in history for multiple Pacific operations.
The U.S. Air Force is seeking public input regarding the preparation of an Interpretive Plan for the World War II historic features of West Field, located on the island of Tinian, north of the Tinian airport.
For more information on the USMC Relocation please visit the: Marine Corps Activities Guam websiteIf you have any questions about the content of this page, please contact Maj. Timothy Patrick at (671) 355-2340, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Q: What is the reason for the relocation? A:
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR DRINKING WATERResults of Monitoring Data for Unregulated Contaminantsof the Andersen Air Force Base Water System Our water system has been sampled for the unregulated contaminants PFOS (Perfluorooctane sulfonate) and PFOA (Perfluorooctanoic acid). Unregulated
As the island of Guam flourishes and makes its presence known all over the world, Andersen Air Force Base and the local community are working together to ensure the wildlife and history on Guam is protected. On Sept. 13, members of the 36th Civil Engineer Squadron environmental flight teamed up with
Guam Military Buildup -EIS
Air Force Environmental Management
Readiness and Environmental Protection Integration