Misinformation About LFAS
Identified below are two separate links identifying statements the U.S. Navy has made to both Congressional Representatives and in their Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) about the use of Low Frequency Active Sonar (LFAS). We provide you with their statements and the facts.
Why the Navy’s Conclusions About the Safety of LFAS Are Scientifically Flawed
The scientific reasoning behind the Navy's conclusions in their Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)
that Low Frequency Active Sonar (LFAS) is safe are scientifically flawed.
US Navy’s Misinformation To Congress About LFAS
Many of you have written to your Congressional Representatives expressing your
concern about the Navy's use of LFAS.
Many representatives then wrote to the Navy asking for more information about this topic.
Captain S. C. Miller, III, Head of the Undersea Surveillance (N474) replied
to the congressional inquiries with a tremendous amount of misinformation.
Below, we have provided Captain Miller's statements to your elected representatives, and the facts.
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