Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort is aware of the allegations and claims in the lawsuit filed by former residents of Laurel Bay against AMCC. We are maintaining this website as the best place for us to provide you with the most accurate and timely information that is available.
It remains our priority to ensure that safe, healthy, worry-free homes are available to you, on base. The Question and Answer link remains in operation and we will assist you in getting your questions answered.
** 20 July 2018 - Two out-of-service underground heating oil storage tanks (USTs) were discovered and became known to us this month at legacy homes in Laurel Bay. The Air Station immediately initiated efforts to properly remove the storage tanks and will adhere to the established removal and environmental testing procedures, approved by the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC), which have previously been used for tank removal. In consultation with SCDHEC, MCAS Beaufort is taking this opportunity to validate UST locating techniques.
Providing a healthy and worry free home environment is a priority for the United States Marine Corps and this Command. We remain firmly committed to the process of removing underground storage tanks from Laurel Bay and investigating any potential impacts.