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Dept. of Navy: Statements
|Title:||Dept. of Navy: Statements|
|Authors:||Wages, Jr. C. J. Department of the Navy, Deputy Chief.|
|LC Subject Headings:||Kaho'olawe (Hawaii)|
|Source:||Kaho'olawe, Box 2, Folder 2|
|Description:||This folder contains an announcement for RIMPAC 82 Exercise, Navy's comments on proposed military-civilian use of Kaho'olawe from Friends Committee on National Legislation in reply to interest in Kaho'olawe and surrounding issues to LA-62:1m to include Executive Order No. 10436. This folder also contains Navy statements regarding historical, legal, and national defense justification for military use of Kaho'olawe, status of the archaeological sites of island, a memo of navy intentions to continue using Kaho'olawe as a gunnery and bombing target despite Hawaiian protests, goat population, cost for cleanup $100 million, statement that island received more rounds of fire than Japan did in entire second world war, it's a dry island, goats get along ok, island is of limited economic use. Also included in this folder is a L.A. Times article about Navy on Defense in Battle for Kaho'olawe, Bombing Angers Activists.|
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