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Now undergoing cleanup, Fort Wingate Depot Activity (FWDA) is a closed U.S. Army depot. The depot has had no active mission since January 1993, when it became one of several U.S. military sites to be selected under the Base Realignment and Closure Act (BRAC).

The BRAC goal is to close and cleanup areas no longer useful to the military and to allow the land to be used for other purposes. The Army has already transferred about 5,854 acres of FWDA to the U.S. Department of the Interior. The ultimate goal is to turn these lands, after final environmental cleanup, over to the Bureau of Indian Affairs to benefit the Navajo Nation and the Pueblo of Zuni.

What's New
Current Cleanup Activities
Cleanup/Closure Schedule

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May 3, 2011. Steven Smith, Mike Scoville, and Steven Carpenter describe the Hazardous Waste Management Unit in Parcel 3 to the Zuni Government Delegation.

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for the Base Realignment and Closure Installation Action Plan schedule.


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