Policy, Laws, and Regulation
“These principles recognize the importance of increasing understanding and addressing tribal concerns, past, present, and future.”- DoD American Indian and Alaska Native Policy, Preamble
News & Events
A DoD American Indian Cultural Communications and Consultation course (AICCCC) will be held June 7-9, 2016, at the U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado. This training session will be specifically targeted to the United States Air Force and their registration requests will be given first priority.
2014 White House Tribal Leaders Conference - Washington, DC. MSgt April S. Cooper (USAF (Navajo Nation), SSgt Kristin Ray, USAF (Northern Cheyenne), and Maj. Marlo L. Repeta, USAF (Wind River) Escort Navajo Code Talkers David E. Patterson Sr. and Bahe Ketchum.
Director, Environment, Safety, and Occupational Health, Maureen Sullivan --Participated in a Breakout Session Titled: "Protecting our Future: the Environment, Natural and Cultural Resources." Acting Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Installations & Environment), John Conger -- Participated in a Breakout Session Titled: "Protecting our Future: the Environment, Natural and Cultural Resources." (2014)
Native Americans in the Military
Native American Lands Environmental Mitigation Program
Before and after cleanup at Qiqu, 2009.
Recognizing Tribal Sovereignty and Cultural Traditions
Working to Fulfill Federal Trust Responsibilities
Protecting Natural and Cultural Resources
Consulting with Tribal Nations