Continental United States Interceptor Site (CIS)
Final Environmental Impact Statement
The Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) evaluates candidate sites for a potential future deployment of additional ground-based interceptors for homeland defense, as required by the fiscal year 2013 National Defense Authorization Act. Consistent with the 2019 Missile Defense Review, the Department of Defense does not have a proposed action, budget authority, or direction to deploy a CIS and does not propose to deploy a CIS at this time; therefore, the preferred alternative is the “No Action Alternative” – no deployment.
- CIS Final EIS Executive Summary
- CIS Final EIS Sections 1 thru 3.2
- CIS Final EIS Section 3.3 Fort Custer Training Center, Michigan
- CIS Final EIS Section 3.4 Camp Ravenna Joint Military Training Center, Ohio
- CIS Final EIS Section 3.5 Fort Drum, New York
- CIS Final EIS Section 3.6 Summary
- CIS Final EIS Sections 4 thru 6
- CIS Final EIS Appendices A thru H
- CIS Final EIS Appendix I, Part 1
- CIS Final EIS Appendix I, Part 2
The Notice of Availability (NOA) for the Final EIS was published in the Federal Register on August 30, 2019.
Draft EIS Documents
The documents for the Draft EIS are available in our archive.