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therefore 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 $500.00 or imprisoned not more than six months, or both,” or any other applicable laws or regulations.

Subport E–Bose Entry Regulations for Novdi Submdrine BCISe New London, Groton, Connecticut

AUTHORITY: 50 U.S.C. 797; DoD Directive 5200.8 of July 29, 1980; SECNAVINST 5511.36 of December 20, 1980; OPNAVINST 55.10.45 of April 19, 1971; 5 U.S.C. 301; 10 U.S.C. 6011; 32 CFR 700.702; 32 CFR 700,714.

SOURCE: 48 FR 5555, Feb. 7, 1983, unless otherwise noted.

§ 770.41 Purpose.

The purpose of this subpart is to promulgate regulations and procedures governing entry upon Naval Submarine Base New London, and to prevent the interruption of the stated functions and operations of Naval Submarine Base New London, by the presence of any unauthorized person within the boundaries of Naval Submarine Base New London.

$770.42 Background.

Naval Submarine Base New London maintains and operates facilities to support training and experimental Operations of the submarine force including providing Support to Submarines, submarine rescue vessels, and assigned Service and small Craft; Within Capabilities, to provide Support to other a Ctivities of the Navy and other governmental activities in the area; and to perform such other functions as may be directed by competent authority.

$770.43 Responsibility.

The responsibility for proper identification and control of personnel and vehicle movement on the Naval Submarine Base New London is vested with the Security Officer.

$770.44 Entry restrictions.

Except for military personnel, their authorized dependents, or guests, and employees of the United States in the performance of their official duties, entry upon Naval Submarine Base New London, or remaining thereon by any person for any purpose without the advance consent of the Commanding Officer, Naval Submarine Base New LOndon, Or his authorized representative is prohibited. See 18 U.S.C. 13825, the Internal Security Act of 1950 (50 U.S.C. 797); Chief of Naval Operations Instruction 5510.45B of April 19, 1971; and Secretary of the Navy Instruction 5511.36 of December 20, 1980.

§ 770.45 Entry procedures.

(a) Any individual person or group of persons desiring the advance consent of the Commanding Officer, Naval Submarine Base New London, or his authorized representative shall, in writing, submit a request to the Commanding Officer, Naval Submarine Base New London, at the following address: Commanding Officer (Attn: Security Officer), Box 38, Naval Submarine Base New London, Groton, CT 06349.

(b) Each request for entry will be considered on an individual basis weighing the operational, Security, and safety requirements of Naval Submarine Base New London with the purpose, Size of party, duration of visit, destination, and military resources which would be required by the granting of the request.

§ 770.46 Violations.

(a) Any person entering or remaining on Naval Submarine Base New London, without the consent of the Commanding Officer, Naval Submarine Base New London or his authorized representative, shall be subject to the penalties prescribed in 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 $5000 or imprisonment for not more than One (1) year or both as provided in 50 U.S.C. 797.

Subport F.—Base Entry Regulations for Puget Sound Noval Shipyard, Bremerton, Washington

AUTHORITY: 50 U.S.C. 797; DoD Directive 5200.8 of July 29, 1980; SECNAVINST 5511.36 of December 20, 1980; OPNAVINST 55.10.45B of April 19, 1971; 5 U.S.C. 301; 10 U.S.C. 6011; 32 CFR 700.702; 32 CFR 700.714.

SOURCE: 48 F.R. 9858, Mar. 9, 1983, unless otherwise noted.

§ 770.47 Purpose.

The purpose of this subpart is to promulgate policy governing entry upon Puget Sound Naval Shipyard.

§ 770.48 Definition.

For the purpose of this subpart, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard is defined as follows:

(a) Beginning at a point, latitude 122°39'37°W, longitude 47°33'05"N, a point On the MHHW line of Sinclair Inlet. On an East-West line approximately 100 yards clear off the Southerly end of the Naval Shipyard shoreline, piers or drydock facilities; thence Northeasterly to the South margin of Primary State Highway No. 21, thence Northeasterly on the Southeasterly margin of Primary State Highway No. 21 to the Easterly margin of Cambrian Avenue; thence Northerly to the Southerly margin of Farragut Street; thence Easterly to the line common to Sections 22 and 23, Township 24 North, Range 1 East, W.M. which is approximately 100 feet East of the East margin of Montgomery Street; thence Northerly to the corner common to Sections 14, 15, 22, and 23, Township 24 North, Range 1 East, W.M., which is the South margin of First Street; thence Easterly on the line Common to Sections 14 and 23 to the Easterly margin of Chester Avenue; thence Northerly approximately 335 feet on the Easterly margin of Chester Avenue to the Southerly margin of the East-West alley in Block 21, Original Town of Bremerton as recorded in Volume 2 of Plats, page 30, Records of Kitsap County, Washington; thence Easterly to the Easterly margin of Warren Avenue; thence Northerly to

the Southerly margin of Burwell Avenue; thence Easterly approximately 1315 feet to a point approximately 90 feet West of the West margin of Pacific Avenue, to the line common to Lots 22 and 23, Block 13, said Original Town of Bremerton; thence Southerly to the Northerly margin of the East-West alley in said Block 13; thence Easterly to the Northerly extension of the Westerly margin of the North-South alley in Block 12, said Original Town of Bremerton; thence Southerly to the Southerly margin of First Street; thence Easterly to the Westerly margin of First Street; thence Easterly to the Westerly margin of the NorthSouth alley in Block 10, Said Original Town of Bremerton; thence Southerly to the Northwesterly margin of Washington Avenue; thence Southeasterly to the Northwesterly Corner of Lot 9, Block 1, said Original Town of Bremerton; thence Southeasterly On the line Common to Lots 8 and 9, Block 1, and its Southeasterly extension to a point near the Washington State Ferry Terminal at the MHHW line of Sinclair Inlet located at Latitude 122°37'27°W, longitude 47°33'44"N.

§ 770.49 Background.

(a) Puget Sound Naval Shipyard is a major naval ship repair facility, with operational requirements to complete repairs and overhaul of conventionally powered and nuclear powered naval vessels. It is vital to national defense that the Operation and use of the shipyard be continued without undue or unnecessary interruptions. Additionally, most of Puget Sound Naval Shipyard is dedicated to heavy industrial activity where potentially hazardous Conditions exist.

(b) For prevention of the interruption of the stated use of Puget Sound Naval Shipyard by the presence of any unauthorized person within the boundaries of Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and prevention of injury to any Such unsupervised person as a consequence to the hazardous conditions which exist, as well as for other reasons, it is eSSential to restrict entry upon Puget Sound Naval Shipyard to authorized persons only.

$770.50 Entry restrictions.

Except for military personnel and civilian employees of the United States in the performance of their official duties, entry upon Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, or remaining thereon by any person whoever for any purpose without the advance consent of the Commander, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, 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); Chief of Naval Operations Instruction 5510.45B of April 19, 1971; Secretary of the Navy Instruction 551.36 of December 20, 1980; and Department of Defense Directive 5200.8 of July 29, 1980.

§ 770.51 Entry procedures.

(a) Any person or group of persons desiring the advance consent of the Commander, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, or his authorized representative, shall, in writing, Submit a request to the Commander, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, at the following address: Commander, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, WA 98314.

(b) Each request for entry will be considered on an individual basis weighing the operational, Security and Safety requirements of Puget Sound Naval Shipyard with the purpose, Size of party, duration of visit, destination, and military resources which would be required by the granting of this request.

§ 770.52 Violations.

(a) Any person entering or remaining on Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, without the consent of the Commander, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, 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 $500.00 or inprisoned not more than six months or both.

(b) Moreover, any person who willfully violates this subpart is subject to a fine not to exceed $5000.00 or impris

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(a) Portsmouth Naval Shipyard maintains and operates facilities “to provide logistic support for assigned ships and Service Craft; to perform authorized work in connection with construction, conversion, overhaul, repair, alteration, drydocking, and Outfitting of ships and craft, as assigned; to perform manufacturing, research, development, and test work, as assigned; and to provide Services and material to other activities and units, as directed by competent authority.”

(b) Portsmouth Naval Shipyard is a major naval ship repair facility, with operational requirements to complete repairs and overhaul of Conventionally powered and nuclear-powered naval vessels. It is vital to national defense that the operation and use of the shipyard be continued without undue or unnecessary interruptions. Additionally, most of Portsmouth Naval Shipyard is dedicated to heavy industrial activity where potentially hazardous conditions exist.

(c) For prevention of interruption of the Stated use of the base by the presence of any unauthorized person within the boundaries of Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, and prevention of injury to any such unsupervised person as a Consequence of the dangerous conditions which exist, as well as for other reasons, it is essential to restrict entry upon Portsmouth Naval Shipyard to authorized persons only. Department of the Navy (DON), and the Navy and Marine Corps Operating forces and Shore establishments. This part is limited to the actions of these elements with environmental effects in the United States, its territories, and possessions.

$770.55 Responsibility.

The responsibility for proper identification and control of personnel and vehicle movement on the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard is vested with the Shipyard Security Manager (Code 830).

§ 770.56 Entry restrictions.

Except for military personnel, their authorized dependents, or guests, and civilian employees of the United States in the performance of their official duties, entry upon Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, or remaining thereon by any person for any purpose without the advance consent of the Commander, Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, or his authorized representative, is prohibited. In many instances, Commander, Naval Sea Systems Command, approval is required.

§ 770.57 Entry procedures.

(a) Any person or group desiring the advance consent of the Commander, Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, or his authorized representative, shall, in writing, submit a request to the Commander, Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, at the following address: Commander, Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, NH 03801, Attention: Security Manager (Code 830). For groups, foreign citizens, and news media, the request must be forwarded to the Commander, Naval Sea Systems Command, for approval.

(b) Each request for entry will be considered on an individual basis, weighing the operational, security, and safety requirements of Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, with the purpose, size of party, duration of visit, destination, and military resources which would be required by the granting of the request.

§ 770.58 Violations.

(a) Any person entering or remaining on Portsmouth Naval Shipyard without the consent of the Commander, Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, or his authorized representative, shall be sub

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$775.3 Policy.

(a) The Department of the Navy will act with Care to ensure that, in conducting its mission of providing for the national defense, it does so in a manner consistent with national environmental policies. In so doing, the Navy recognizes that the NEPA process includes the Systematic examination of the likely environmental consequences of implementing a proposed action. To be an effective decisionmaking tool this process will be integrated with other Navy–Marine Corps project planning at the earliest possible time. This ensures that planning and decisionmaking reflect environmental values, avoid delays, and avoid potential Conflicts. Care will be taken to ensure that, consistent with other national policies and national security requirements, practical means and measures are used to protect, restore, and enhance the quality of the environment, to avoid or minimize adverse environmental Consequences, and to attain the objectives of: (1) Achieving the widest range of beneficial uses of the environment without degradation, risk to health and safety, or other consequences that are undesirable and unintended; (2) Preserving important historic, Cultural, and natural aspects of our national heritage, and maintaining, where possible, an environment that Supports diversity and variety of individual choice; (3) Achieving a balance between reSource use and development within the Sustained carrying capacity of the ecoSystem involved; and (4) Enhancing the quality of renewable resources and working toward the maximum attainable recycling of depletable resources. (b) The DON shall: (1) ASSess environmental ConSequences of proposed actions that could affect the quality of the human environment in the United States, its

territories, and possessions in accordance with DOD and CEQ regulations; (2) Use a systematic, interdisciplinary approach that will ensure the integrated use of the natural and social Sciences and environmental considerations in planning and decisionmaking where there may be an impact on man’s environment; (3) Ensure that presently unmeasured environmental amenities are considered in the decisionmaking process; (4) Consider the reasonable alternatives to recommended actions in any proposal that would involve unresolved Conflicts concerning alternative uses of available resources; (5) Make available to States, counties, municipalities, institutions, and individuals advice and information useful in restoring, maintaining, and enhancing the quality of the environment; and (6) Use ecological information in planning and developing resource-oriented projects.

$775.4 Responsibilities.

(a) The Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Installations and Environment (ASN(I&E)) shall:

(1) Advise the Secretary of the Navy on DON policy regarding NEPA complia,IlC6.

(2) Be the principal point-of-contact with the CEQ, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Environment (DASD(E)), other DOD components and federal agencies concerned with NEPA matters, and with private environmental groups as applicable.

(3) Direct and/or, upon recommendation, approve the preparation of Environmental Impact Statements (EIS); and, after preparation, approve and forward Said Statements to the EPA and DASD(E) for review and comment.

(4) Approve and forward to the Navy Judge Advocate General (JAG) Findings of No Significant Impact (FONSI) for publication in the FEDERAL REGISTER for those actions of national Concern that the Navy/Marine Corps has determined will not have a significant effect on the quality of the human environment and for which an EIS will not be prepared.

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