The safety of our communities, our installations and the populations that live and work on or near our facilities is one of our top priorities. We continue to cooperate with the Wisconsin DNR, local communities and National Guard Bureau to manage the risks of mission-related PFOS and PFOA. We are committed to being good stewards of the environment that we share with the local community.
The 115th FW continues to work closely with the Wisconsin DNR, the City of Madison and the Dane County Regional Airport to implement measures that will further the goal of PFAS-related remediation
Volk Field CRTC continues to work closely with the Wisconsin DNR to reduce the risk of PFOS and PFOA.
The 128th ARW continues to work closely with the Wisconsin DNR, Milwaukee County the Air Force Civil Engineer Center, and General Mitchell International Airport that will reduce the risk of PFOS and PFOA.
In Wisconsin, the Army National Guard operates one drinking water system, a well at the Hayward Field Maintenance Shop...
The Air Force Civil Engineering Center (AFCEC) is taking a three-step approach- identify, respond, prevent-to assess and respond to potential PFOS/PFOA drinking water contamination.
The Army is reviewing inventory of potential PFOS/PFOA source areas such as areas where AFFF was stored or used (e.g. fire training areas, aviation assets, PFOS/PFOA mist suppressant use).