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    October 4, 2021
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PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT ABOUT POINT MACKENZIE Do you recreate or access lands ORecognize ORtreat ORport near Point MacKenzie? Visit www. susitnagunneryrange.com to watch a short video telling the history of anti-aircraft artillery munitions fired from Fort Richardson, across Knik Arm, to the Susitna Gunnery Range at Point MacKenzie in the late 1940s-50s. A U.S. Army Corps of Engineers investigation recovered partially intact practice rounds and metal fragments at several study areas on the former range. In order to inform the public about the important safety practices while recreating on the range, a safety video was made. Learn how to Recognize, Retreat, and Report any suspicious materials with the U.S. Army's "3Rs" of explosives safety. On the website you can watch the 3-minute video, download a copy of the Susitna Gunnery Range Land Use Controls Implementation Plan, and fill-out the comment form with any questions. For any questions about the Susitna Gunnery Range Formerly Used Defense Site, contact the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Alaska District, Public Affairs Office 907-753-2522 or public.affairs3@usace.army.mil. PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT ABOUT POINT MACKENZIE Do you recreate or access lands ORecognize ORtreat ORport near Point MacKenzie? Visit www. susitnagunneryrange.com to watch a short video telling the history of anti-aircraft artillery munitions fired from Fort Richardson, across Knik Arm, to the Susitna Gunnery Range at Point MacKenzie in the late 1940s-50s. A U.S. Army Corps of Engineers investigation recovered partially intact practice rounds and metal fragments at several study areas on the former range. In order to inform the public about the important safety practices while recreating on the range, a safety video was made. Learn how to Recognize, Retreat, and Report any suspicious materials with the U.S. Army's "3Rs" of explosives safety. On the website you can watch the 3-minute video, download a copy of the Susitna Gunnery Range Land Use Controls Implementation Plan, and fill-out the comment form with any questions. For any questions about the Susitna Gunnery Range Formerly Used Defense Site, contact the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Alaska District, Public Affairs Office 907-753-2522 or public.affairs3@usace.army.mil.

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