The Marine Corps holds military lands in the public trust, and Marine Corps commands must maintain land, air, and water resources to sustain realistic military training and testing for future generations of Marines. Environmental laws are generally applicable to the Marine Corps to the same extent as the general public and hold Marine Corps Commanders accountable for activities conducted on and off installation. Marine Corps environmental programs preserve training areas, enhance operational readiness, protect public health, and preserve the environmental quality of the installations and adjacent communities. Environmental programs also strengthen Marine Corps relationships with the public and the regulatory agencies that implement environmental laws.
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