quantico blasting training noise
Quantico Marine Corps base says very loud noise and noticeable ground vibrations may occur due training this week.
 
The schedule includes:
Oct. 5 8 a.m. – midnight
LIVE FIRE DEMO 25LBS & BELOW, 81MM MORTARS
 
Oct. 6 12:01 a.m. – midnight
LIVE FIRE DEMO 25LBS & BELOW, MORTARS, SMALL ARMS
 
Oct. 7 12:01 a.m. - 6 pm
LIVE FIRE DEMO 15LBS & BELOW, MORTARS, SMALL ARMS; AV AIRCRAFT MOVEMENT; AV LIVE FIRE FIXED/ROTARY WING
 
Oct. 8 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.
LIVE FIRE DEMO 15LBS & BELOW, MISSILES, ROCKETS, SMALL ARMS
 
Marine Corps Base Quantico operates 43 live-fire ranges that support training from small arms to explosive demolitions to artillery fire to the delivery of live-aerial munitions. As a regional facility, MCBQ is a critical asset for weapons proficiency training for Marines, the Department of Defense, federal agencies, and law enforcement organizations.
 
The impact of noise, vibrations, and/or illuminations experienced across the area can vary greatly depending on the residential location, atmospheric conditions and reductions to naturally occurring sound barriers.
Because training aboard Quantico is continuous, residents can expect to always hear some noise or feel vibrations.
 
If you would like to comment on the impact of training, please visit http://www.quantico.marines.mil/.../Nois.../Noise-Complaint/
 
For additional information, please visit Marine Corps Base Quantico’s official website at https://www.quantico.marines.mil

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