Tell the Forest Service to Say No to the Navy’s Wargames!

If you do not want the Forest Service to approve the Navy’s use of the Olympic Forest for their electronic wargames, send them a notice through their website here. The more people speak up, the more they have to listen. Don’t let time pass until it’s too late!

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  1. Lisa Marks Mahon

    The Growlers from Whidbey Island Naval base are the loudest experience I have encountered in my life. The old Prowlers were easy compared to them. In my yard, on the beach in Port Townsend or on Whidbey Island the sound is completely overwhelming. They often fly all day and night leaving no escape. And now the Navy wans to add 36 more and fly throughout the Olympic Peninsula! Olympic National Park is a world Heritage site, a major tourist destination (as is Port Townsend) and jets are routed around it to respect this and the one square inch of silence. Last summer while hiking the Elwah and Sol Duc Rivers I heard and recorded Growlers flying overhead day and night throughout the 5 days we were there. This is inconsistent with the use and intent of these natural areas. To add 36 more and practice war games throughout the Peninsula abandons the mission of intent the National Forest Service is bound to protect. Please protect the Olympic Peninsula from overwhelming noise pollution for the benefit of all. Thank you.

  2. Carolyn Johnston

    No electronic war games in our Pristine forest/National Park

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