The Proposed Action is to establish facilities and functions at NBVC Point Mugu, California, to support home basing and operations of the MQ-25A Stingray CBUAS. Under the Proposed Action, the Navy would home base 20 Stingray CBUAS; construct a hangar, training facilities, and supporting infrastructure; perform air vehicle maintenance; provide training for operators and maintainers; conduct approximately 960 Stingray CBUAS annual flight operations; and station approximately 730 personnel, plus their family members.
The Stingray will enhance aircraft carrier capability and versatility through the integration of a persistent, sea-based, multi-mission aerial refueling and intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance unmanned aerial system into the carrier air wing. The Stingray will extend the range and reach of carrier air wings on the West Coast to meet current and future threats and enhance refueling and intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance capabilities in support of national defense objectives and policies.
The EA prepared by the Navy is on file and interested parties may obtain a copy by downloading the EA from the project website: https://www.nepa.navy.mil/stingray. Electronic copies of this EA and Finding of No Significant Impact may also be obtained by written request to:
Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command, Atlantic
(ATTENTION: Code EV21JB)
6506 Hampton Boulevard
Norfolk, Virginia 23508
The documents are also available for review at the Ray D. Prueter Library, 510 Park Avenue, Port Hueneme, CA and the E.P. Foster Library, 651 E. Main St, Ventura, CA.
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