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Saturday, November 30, 2013
Atlantic Navy training may increase
Military wants ability to hike operations that affect the sea, but may not need to

The Navy is moving ahead with a plan to expand military training that could lead to more underwater explosives, large-caliber guns, missiles and other operations that would litter the Atlantic Ocean.

The Navy said Wednesday it has officially signed off on the 2,000-page Atlantic Fleet Training and Testing Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) released this summer, which mark...

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