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BAE—The Radford Army Ammunition Plant (RFAAP) is operated by contractor BAE Systems.

U.S. Army—RFAAP is owned by the U.S. Army. A U.S. Army officer commands the installation and soldiers provide round-the-clock security for the site.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers—The Baltimore District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is the executing agency for most of the remedial design/action phase of the RFAAP Installation Restoration Program (IRP).

U.S. Army Environmental Command (USAEC)—Its mission includes the integration, coordination and oversight of the implementation of the Army’s Environmental Programs. USAEC provides a broad range of environmental products and services, and innovative solutions to address the Army’s environmental challenges.

U.S. Army Environmental Command — Its mission is "To lead and execute Army cleanup and environmental quality programs, providing technical expertise to enable Soldier readiness and sustainable military communities."

U.S. Army Materiel Command (AMC)—AMC, RFAAP's major command, is the U.S. Army's premier provider of materiel readiness (technology, acquisition, materiel development, logistics power projection and sustainment) to the total force across the spectrum of joint military operations. If a soldier shoots it, drives it, flies it, wears it, or eats it, AMC provides it.   

U.S. Army Joint Munitions Command (JMC)—A multifaceted, multi-site subordinate of the U.S. Army Materiel Command, JMC's mission includes managing conventional ammunition, producing storing, maintaining and demilitarizing ammunition for all military services. 

U.S. Department of Defense, Environmental Cleanup—This program focuses on reducing the risks to human health and the environment at active, formerly used, and closing bases, while ensuring that DoD environmental cleanup policy conforms to existing laws and regulations. This Web site also has a list of related environmental Web sites.

U.S. Department of Defense, Environmental Cleanup, Stakeholder Involvement—Contains information on environmental restoration activities, provides opportunities for comment, and seeks public participation on Restoration Advisory Boards.

U.S. Department of Defense, Environmental Cleanup, Stakeholder Involvement–Restoration Advisory Boards—Includes Reports, tools, fact sheets, and guides with valuable information about RABs and the new Technical Assistance for Public Participation (TAPP).

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 3—The federal regulatory agency working with the RFAAP IRP.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Compliance and Enforcement—An information source for liability, negotiations, and settlement procedures under the Resource Conservation Recovery Act (RCRA) Corrective Action and other federal regulatory programs.

Virginia Department of Environmental Quality—The state regulatory agency working with the RFAAP IRP.

Virginia Department of Health—The state regulatory agency responsible for issuing health advisories for Virginia waterways and their fish.

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