Fiscal Year 2011 SECNAV Environmental Award Winners

The fiscal year 2011 Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) Environmental Award winners are listed by award category.  The narratives linked below highlight each winner’s environmental accomplishments.

Natural Resources Conservation, Small Installation
U.S. Navy Winner: Pacific Missile Range Facility Barking Sands
U.S. Marine Corps Winner: Marine Corps Base Hawaii

Natural Resources Conservation, Individual or Team
U.S. Navy Winner: Naval Support Activity Panama City Environmental Staff
U.S. Marine Corps Winner: Marine Corps Air Station Miramar

Cultural Resources Management, Installation
U.S. Navy Winner: Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam
U.S. Marine Corps Winner: Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twenty-nine Palms

Environmental Quality, Non-Industrial Installation
U.S. Navy Winner: Commander, Fleet Activities Yokosuka
U.S. Marine Corps Winner: Marine Corps Air Station Yuma

Environmental Quality, Individual or Team
U.S. Navy Winner: Naval Supply Systems Command Fleet Logistics Center Pearl Harbor Environmental Quality Team

Environmental Quality, Large Ship
U.S. Navy Winner: USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76)

Sustainability, Industrial Installation
U.S. Navy Winner: Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach, including Detachments Fallbrook and Norco
U.S. Marine Corps Winner: Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point

Environmental Restoration, Installation
U.S. Navy Winner: Portsmouth Naval Shipyard
U.S. Marine Corps Winner: Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune

Environmental Restoration, Individual or Team
U.S. Navy Winner: Former Mare Island Naval Shipyard, Investigation Area H1 Restoration Team
U.S. Marine Corps Winner: Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point Tier 1 Partnering Team

Environmental Excellence in Weapons System Acquisition, Large Program
U.S. Navy Winner: F/A-18E/F and EA-18G Program Office (PMA-265) Green Hornet Team