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U.S. Marine Corps Col. Karl Arbogast, commanding officer, Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Jad Daley, president and chief executive officer, American Forests, Karnig Ohannessian, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy of Environment and Mission Readiness, and Gary Herndon, natural and cultural resources manager, MCAS Beaufort, plant a tree during a commemorative tree planting ceremony in celebration of Earth Day at Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, South Carolina, April 19, 2023. American Forests gifted an estimated 1,008,625 pine tree seedlings that will be planted at Townsend Bombing Range, Georgia. This reforestation effort will cover over 1600 acres. - U.S. Marine Corps Col. Karl Arbogast, commanding officer, Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Jad Daley, president and chief executive officer, American Forests, Karnig Ohannessian, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy of Environment and Mission Readiness, and Gary Herndon, natural and cultural resources manager, MCAS Beaufort, plant a tree during a commemorative tree planting ceremony in celebration of Earth Day at Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, South Carolina, April 19, 2023. American Forests gifted an estimated 1,008,625 pine tree seedlings that will be planted at Townsend Bombing Range, Georgia. This reforestation effort will cover over 1600 acres.

An endangered species sign is posted along the coastline on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 29, 2022. As a result of Pendleton’s Environmental Security Department taking charge in protecting the environment and wildlife habitats, both the California gnatcatcher and kangaroo rat have been reduced from endangered to threatened species. Safeguarding endangered and threatened habitats also allows Camp Pendleton to maintain the same training environment and quality training opportunities for Marine Corps operational forces. - An endangered species sign is posted along the coastline on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 29, 2022. As a result of Pendleton’s Environmental Security Department taking charge in protecting the environment and wildlife habitats, both the California gnatcatcher and kangaroo rat have been reduced from endangered to threatened species. Safeguarding endangered and threatened habitats also allows Camp Pendleton to maintain the same training environment and quality training opportunities for Marine Corps operational forces.

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