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(a) The Marine Corps Base Game Warden and Wildlife Manager are commissioned as Virginia and Federal game wardens and they can issue Summons to appear in Civil Court for Violations of Federal and State game laws. (b) Offenders in violation of a Federal or State hunting or fishing law will be referred to a civil Court. (c) Offenders in violation of a Federal, State or Base hunting or fishing law or regulation will receive the following administrative actions. (1) The Base Game Warden or the Wildlife manager Shall have the authority to temporarily Suspend hunting and fishing privileges. (2) And for the first minor offense a letter of warning will be issued. (3) For the second minor Offense hunting or fishing privileges will be revoked for one year. . (4) For the first serious offense hunting or fishing privileges will be revoked for a minimum of one year. (5) For the Second serious Offense hunting or fishing privileges will be permanently revoked. (d) Civilians found in violation of a hunting or fishing regulation or law may be permanently restricted from entering the base. (e) Serious hunting and fishing offenses include, but are not limited to: Spotlighting, false statement on a liCense, hunting under the influence, employment of a light in an area that deer frequent, and taking game or fish during closed seasons.

$770.8 Reports.

Upon killing a deer or turkey, a hunter must attach the appropriate tab from his big game license to the carCaSS before moving the game from the place of kill. The game will then be taken to the Game Checking Station where the tab will be exchanged for an official game tag. All other game, not requiring a tag, killed on the Reservation will be reported to the Game Warden when checking out at the end of a hunt.

[41 FR 22345, June 3, 1976, as amended at 48 FR 23206, May 24, 1983) § 770.9 Miscellaneous.

Hunters are encouraged to build and use tree blinds for hunting deer. Duck

blinds may be placed on waters within the bounds of the Reservation when Specifically authorized by the Wildlife Manager. Muzzleloading rifles .40 Caliber and larger will be permitted for deer hunting during the established Seasons in those numbered hunting areas located entirely in Fauquier and Stafford Counties within the boundaries of the Marine Corps Base. Deer will only be hunted with the bow and arrow, and shotguns loaded with slugs, with exception of the preceding sentence.

[41 FR 22345, June 3, 1976, as amended at 48 FR 23206, May 24, 1983]

Subpart B–Base Entry Regulations for Novol Submdrine Bose, §oor. Bremerton, WashingOn

AUTHORITY: 50 U.S.C. 797; DoD Dir. 5200.8 of August 20, 1954; 5 U.S.C. 301; 10 U.S.C. 6011, 32 CFR 700.702; 32 CFR 700.714.

SOURCE: 44 FR 32368, June 6, 1979, unless Otherwise noted.

§ 770.15 Purpose.

The purpose of this subpart is to promulgate regulations governing entry upon Naval Submarine Base (SUBASE), Bangor.

§ 770.16 Definition.

For the purpose of this subpart, SUBASE Bangor shall include that area of land in Kitsap and Jefferson Counties, State of Washington which has been Set aside for use of the Federal Government by an Act of the legislature of the State of Washington, approved March 15, 1939 (Session laws of 1939, chapter 126).

$770.17 Background.

(a) SUBASE Bangor has been designated as the West Coast home port of the Trident Submarine. Facilities for the repair or overhaul of naval vessels are located at SUBASE Bangor. It is vital to national defense that the operation and use of SUBASE Bangor be continued without undue and unnecesSary interruption. Many areas of SUBASE Bangor are of an industrial nature, including Construction sites,

where inherently dangerous conditions exist. (b) For prevention of the interruption of the stated use of the base by the presence of any unauthorized person within the boundaries of SUBASE Bangor, and prevention of injury to any Such person as a consequence of the dangerous conditions which exist, as well as for other reasons, it is essential to restrict entry upon SUBASE Bangor to authorized persons only.

§ 770.18 Entry restrictions.

Except for military personnel and civilian employees of the United States in the performance of their official duties, entry upon Naval Submarine Base, Bangor, or remaining thereon by any person whatsoever for any purpose without the advance consent of the Commanding Officer, SUBASE Bangor or his authorized representative is prohibited. See 18 U.S.C. 1382; the Internal Security Act of 1950, Section 21 (50 U.S.C. 797); Department of Defense Directive 5200.8 of 20 August 1954; Chief of Naval Operations Instruction 5510.45B of 19 April 1971; Chief of Naval Operations Instruction 5511.9A of 1 October 1954.

§ 770.19 Entry procedures.

(a) Any person or group of persons desiring the advance consent of the Commanding Officer, SUBASE Bangor or his authorized representative shall, in Writing, Submit a request to the Commanding Officer, SUBASE Bangor, at the following address: Commanding Officer, Naval Submarine Base, Bangor, Bremerton, WA 983.15.

(b) Each request for entry will be Considered on an individual basis Weighing the operational, security, and Safety requirements of SUBASE Bangor with the purpose, size of party, duration of visit, destination, and military resources which would be required by the granting of the request.

§ 770.20 Violations.

(a) Any person entering or remaining on SUBASE Bangor, without the conSent of the Commanding Officer, SUBASE Bangor or his authorized representative, shall be subject to the penalties prescribed by 18 U.S.C. 1382, which provides in pertinent part:

Whoever, within the jurisdiction of the United States, goes upon any military, naval * * * reservation, post, fort, arsenal, yard, Station, or installation, for any purpose prohibited by law or lawful regulation * * * shall be fined not more than $500 or imprisoned not more than six months or both.

(b) Moreover, any person who willfully violates this subpart is subject to a fine not to exceed $500 or imprisonment for not more than one (1) year or both as provided in 50 U.S.C. 797.

Subport C–Base Entry Regulations for Novol Insfollotions in the Shole of Howdii

AUTHORITY: 50 U.S.C. 797; DoD Dir. 5200.8 of Aug. 20, 1954; 5 U.S.C. 301; 10 U.S.C. 6011; 32 CFR 700.702, 770.714.

SOURCE: 44 FR 76.279, Dec. 26, 1979, unless Otherwise noted.

§ 770.25 Purpose.

The purpose of this subpart is to promulgate regulations governing entry to naval installations in the State of Hawaii.

§ 770.26 Definitions.

For the purpose of this subpart the following definitions apply:

(a) Naval installations. A naval installation is a shore activity and is any area of land, whether or not fenced or covered by water, that is administered by the Department of the Navy or by any subordinate naval command. The term “naval installation” applies to all such areas regardless of whether the areas are being used for purely military purposes, for housing, for Support purposes, or for any other purpose by a naval command. Section 770.31 contains a list of the major naval installations in Hawaii. This list is not considered to be all inclusive and is included only as a representative guide. For the purposes of this subpart the area of water within Pearl Harbor is considered to be within a naval installation.

(b) Outleased areas. Certain portions of naval installations in Hawaii which are not for the time needed for public use or for which a dual use is feasible have been outleased to private interests. Examples of such outleased areas are the Moanalua Shopping Center and lands such as Waipio Peninsula, which has been outleased for agricultural purposes. For the purpose of this Subpart, outleased areas which are not within fenced portions of naval installations are not considered to be a part of naval installations. Rules for entry onto the outleased areas are made by the lessees, except in the case of Waipio Peninsula, where the lessee (Oahu Sugar Company) is not authorized to allow anyone to enter Waipio Peninsula for any purpose not connected with Sugar cane production.

§ 770.27 Background.

(a) Naval installations in Hawaii Constitute a significant element of the national defense establishment. It is vital to the national defense that the use of such areas be at all times under the positive control of the Department of the Navy. Strict control must be exercised over access to naval installations in order to preclude damage accidental and intentional to Government property, injury to military personnel, and interference in the orderly accomplishment of the mission of command. (b) There are several industrial areas within naval installations in Hawaii wherein construction activities and the use of heavy machinery pose grave risk of danger to visitors. (c) Various types of flammable Or incendiary materials and Ordnance are stored at a number of locations within naval installations in Hawaii. (d) Classified documents and equipment requiring protection from unauthorized disclosure by Executive order 12065 for reasons of national Security are located at various locations within naval installations in Hawaii. (e) In order to effect the positive Control of the Navy over its installations in Hawaii, it is essential that entry onto those installations be restricted to authorized persons only. (f) These entry regulations are being promulgated under the authority of Commander, Naval Base, Pearl Harbor, who has been assigned as immediate area coordinator for all naval installations in the State of Hawaii by Commander-in-Chief, U.S. Pacific Fleet.

§ 770.28 Entry restrictions.

Each commander is responsible for the security of his/her command.

Therefore, entry onto a Command Or into part of a command may be controlled by the commander through the inposition of Such restrictions as may be required by attendant CirCumstances. Within the State of Hawaii, entry into a naval installation is not permitted without the permission of the responsible commander.

§ 770.29 Entry procedures.

(a) Operational, security, and safety considerations take priority Over requests by individuals to visit a naval installation. Consistent with Such considerations, visits by members of the general public may be authorized at the discretion of the commander. The commitment of resources which would be required to safeguard the persons and property of visitors as well as military property and personnel must of necessity preclude or Severely restrict such visiting. The purpose and duration of the visit and the size of the party and areas to be visited are other considerations which may affect the Commander’s decision whether to permit visiting by members Of the public.

(b) Any person or group desiring to enter a particular naval installation or portion thereof, shall submit a written request to the commander of the inStallation well enough in advance to allow a reasonable time for reply by mail. Mailing addresses for commanders of major installations covered by this subpart are listed in § 770.31. Full compliance with a naval installation’s local visitor registration and entry control procedures shall be deemed the equivalent of obtaining the advance consent of the commander for entrance upon the installation for the purpose of this subpart. Authorization to enter one naval installation or a portion of one installation does not necessarily include the authorization to enter any other naval installation or all portions of an installation.

§ 770.30 Violations.

(a) Any person entering Or remaining on a naval installation in the State of Hawaii, without consent of the commander or his authorized representative, shall be subject to the penalties of

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Contact: Commanding Officer, Pacific MisSile Range Facility, Hawaiian Area, Barking Sands, Kekaha, HI 96752.

(c) Other areas. (1) Kaho’olawe Island. Contact:

Commander Naval Base, Pearl Harbor, HI 96860. Also see 32 CFR Part 763.

(2) Kaula. Contact:

Commander Naval Base, Pearl Harbor, HI 96.860.

[44 FR 76.279, Dec. 26, 1979, as amended at 52 FR 20074, May 29, 1987]

Subpart D–Entry Regulations for Novol Insfollotions ond Property in Puerto Rico

SOURCE: 46 F.R. 22756, Apr. 21, 1981, unless Otherwise noted.

§ 770.35 Purpose.

The purpose of this subpart is to promulgate standard regulations and proCedures governing entry upon U.S. Naval installations and properties in Puerto Rico.

§ 770.36 Definitions.

For purposes of these regulations, U.S. Naval installations and properties in Puerto Rico include, but are not limited to, the U.S. Naval Station, Roosevelt Roads (including the Vieques Island Eastern Annexes, consisting of Camp Garcia, the Eastern Maneuver Area, and the Inner Range); the Naval Ammunition Facility, Vieques Island; and the Naval Security Group Activity, Sabana Seca.

§ 770.37 Background.

In accordance with 32 CFR 765.4, Naval installations and properties in Puerto Rico are not open to the general public, i.e., they are “closed” military bases. Therefore admission to the general public is only by the permisSion of the respective Commanding Officers in accordance with their respective installation instructions.

§ 770.38 Entry restrictions.

Except for duly authorized military personnel and civilian employees, including contract employees, of the United States in the performance of their official duties, entry upon any

U.S. Navy installation or property in Puerto Rico at anytime, by any person for any purpose whatsoever without the advance consent of the Commanding Officer of the installation or property concerned, or an authorized representative of that Commanding Officer, is prohibited.

§ 770.39 Entry procedures.

(a) Any person or group of persons desiring to obtain advance consent for entry upon any U.S. Naval installation Or property in Puerto Rico from the Commanding Officer of the Naval inStallation or property, or an authorized representative of that Commanding Officer, shall present themselves at an authorized entry gate at the installation or property concerned or, in the alternative, submit a request in writing to the following respective address€S. (1) Commanding Officer, U.S. Naval Station, Roosevelt Roads, Box 3001, Ceiba, PR 00635.

(2) Officer in Charge, Naval Ammunition Facility, Box 3027, Ceiba, PR 00635.

(3) Commanding Officer, U.S. Naval Security Group Activity, Sabana Seca, PR, 00749.

(b) The above Commanding Officers are authorized to provide advance conSent only for installations and properties under their command. Requests for entry authorization to any other faCility or property shall be addressed to the following:

Commander, U.S. Naval Forces, Caribbean, Box 3037, Ceiba, PR 00635.

(c) Each request for entry will be Considered on an individual basis and Consent will be determined by applicable installation entry instructions. Factors that will be considered include the purpose of visit, the size of party, duration of visit, destination, security Safeguards, Safety aspects, and the military resources necessary if the request is granted.

§ 770.40 Violations.

Any person entering or remaining on U.S. Naval installations and properties in Puerto Rico, without the advance consent of those officials hereinabove enumerated, or their authorized representatives, shall be considered to be in violation of these regulations and

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