Cordova residents voice concerns over Navy training in Gulf of Alaska

“The proposed increase would cause an additional 10,000 pounds of hazardous material to be expended in the Gulf, over 350,000 pounds of other materials,” said Eyak Preservation Council member Peter Knape. ”They’d sink two ships. They’d conduct two carrier strike exercises and some anti-submarine warfare exercises.” Video, Read the rest here 15:23

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