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Our mission is to stop the harm that the basing of F-35 fighter jets at Truax Field, Madison will inflict. In addition, we work to stop the negligent pollution of our waters and force the clean-up of existing contamination of the water supply emanating from the base.  

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Upcoming Events

  • Lanterns for Peace Madison – Aug 9, 6:30 pm - Join us for this family friendly event to commemorate the lives lost in the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings 76 years ago and make sure that such nuclear attacks never again take place. Tenney Park 402 N Thornton Ave, Madison More information at psr-wisconsin.org/lanterns-for-peace-2021 Why Safe Skies Clean Water WI is co-sponsoring this event: Each F-35 […]
  • Find us at area events! - If you’re familiar with the issues and interested in helping educate people at farmer’s markets or other events, please contact us! Madison North Side Farmer’s Market, July 18 Dane County Farmer’s Market on the Square, July 15  

ACT NOW: Ask your Dane County Supervisor to support/sponsor Res. 88 regarding construction at Truax. Get details


ACTION ALERT: No F-35 Postcards to Sen. Baldwin
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New yard signs! Details here.


Please continue to contact public officials, write letters to the editor, call in to radio shows and share your views with others!

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Take the F-16 Noise Survey (See results) …

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Air Force Record of Decision
Final Environmental Impact Statement
Truax Construction Timeline

The increase in noise impacts and disproportionate impacts to low-income and minority populations, as well as children, are stated as fact, but are not identified as reasons for selecting the sites. The additional cost to select one of the other sites would be $4M to $5M annually. Contrast that with the cost of one F-35 fighter jet: $90-$100 million.