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Policy, Laws, and Regulation

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“These principles recognize the importance of increasing understanding and addressing tribal concerns, past, present, and future.”- DoD American Indian and Alaska Native Policy, Preamble
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Native Hawaiian Affairs

  • Kai Markell, Compliance Manager, Office of Hawaiian Affairs, leads an entry protocol ceremony at the site of the Burial Vault at Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam. Read More

News & Events

AICCCC DENIX Announcement (PDF): IDoD military and civilian employees, whose work affects American Indian Tribes are invited to attend the Department of Defense American Indian Cultural, Communication, and Consultation Course (AICCCC) at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton in San Diego, California on December 9-11, 2014. A half-day Executive Session, in lieu of the three-day the course, will be held on 12 December for senior level officials (O-6/civilian equivalents and above). For more information and how to register, please see the attachment.

DoD Senior Advisor and Liaison for Native American Affairs with Indian Country Today and Military Times

** NEW INTERAGENCY MOU (PDF): Interagency Coordination and Collaboration for the Protection of Indian Sacred Sites: The U.S. Departments of Defense, Interior, Agriculture, Energy, and the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation entered into a Memorandum of Understanding to work together to improve the protection of and tribal access to Indian sacred sites.

**Sacred Sites MOU Action Plan March 5 2013 Final (PDF):Action Plan to Implement the MOU Regarding Interagency Coordination and Collaboration for the Protection of Indian Sacred Sites, March 5, 2013.

Native Americans in the Military

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    “…American Indians have proudly worn our nation’s uniform in every one of our conflicts…”–Ben Nighthorse Campbell-Former U.S. Senator, Colorado

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Native American Lands Environmental Mitigation Program

Before and after cleanup at Qiqu, 2009.

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Recognizing Tribal Sovereignty and Cultural Traditions

Working to Fulfill Federal Trust Responsibilities

Protecting Natural and Cultural Resources

Consulting with Tribal Nations

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