AICUZ Open House

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  • By Capt. Perry Covington
  • 452 AMW/PA

The 452d Air Mobility held their annual AICUZ open house in Moreno Valley, California today at the March Air Museum.  The AICUZ or the Air Installation Compatible Use Zone is designed to make transparent to the public on March ARBs program to promote compatible land use around military airfields.

"It a great thing that we have here with our community partners," said Col. Matthew Burger, Commander 452D Air Mobility Wing.  "We're lucky to have such great support from the surrounding areas and this open house is another tool we utilize to keep everyone on the same page."

The AICUZ programs primary concern is to protect the safety and welfare from hazards that are common in an airport environment. First created by the department of defense to discuss the issues of land development around military air bases.

The open house saw numerous attendees and individuals had the opportunity to speak with the experts about land use and how we can work together as a team to come up with solution.

"It's helpful to have an open forum like this," one concerned citizen stated. "It nice to know that our base takes our opinions and input into consideration."