Personnel Review Board
The Department of the Army amends its regulation on Army Board for Correction of Military Records to be in compliance with the United States District Court for the District of Columbia decision (Daniel J. Lipsman v. Secretary of the ArmyCivil Action No. 02-0151 (RMU), Document Nos. 18, 20, decided September 7, 2004, 2004 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 17866).
Armed Forces Epidemiological Board; Meeting
In accordance with section 10(a)(2) of the Public Law 92-463, The Federal Advisory Committee Act, announcement is made of the following meeting: Name of Committee: Armed Forces Epidemiological Board (AFEB). Dates: December 6, 2005 (Open meeting). December 7, 2005 (Open meeting). Times: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. (December 6, 2005). 8 a.m.-3 p.m. (December 7, 2005). Location: The Pope Club, 5504 Reilly Street, Ft. Bragg, North Carolina 28307-5217. Agenda: The purpose of the meeting is to address pending and new Board issues, provide briefings for Board members on Topics related to ongoing and new Board issues, conduct subcommittee meetings. and conduct an executive working session.
Performance Review Board Membership
Notice is given of the names of members of a Performance Review Board for the Department of the Army. Effective Date: September 30, 2005.
Restricted Areas at Multiple Military Sites Within the State of Florida
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) is amending seven existing regulations to incorporate changes to the types of restriction, the area affected by the restriction, and/or the administration of six restricted areas and one danger zone. Additionally, the Corps is establishing two new restricted areas. The restricted areas and danger zone are located within the State of Florida. The amended regulations will enable the affected units of the U.S. Military to enhance safety and security around active military establishments. These regulations are necessary to safeguard military vessels and United States government facilities from sabotage and other subversive acts, accidents, or incidents of similar nature. These regulations are also necessary to protect the public from potentially hazardous conditions that may exist as a result of military use of the area.