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                                H. R. 3824

 To facilitate the operation, maintenance, and capital improvement of 
       Camp Navajo, Arizona, by the Arizona Army National Guard.



                           February 24, 2004

  Mr. Renzi introduced the following bill; which was referred to the 
                      Committee on Armed Services


                                 A BILL

 To facilitate the operation, maintenance, and capital improvement of 
       Camp Navajo, Arizona, by the Arizona Army National Guard.

    Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the 
United States of America in Congress assembled,

              NAVAJO, ARIZONA.

    (a) Private Sector Use of Camp Navajo.--The Secretary of the Army 
shall enter into an agreement with the State of Arizona, acting by and 
through the Adjutant General of the Arizona Army National Guard, to 
amend License No. DACA09-3-82-153 between the Secretary and the State 
of Arizona, which relates to the use of Camp Navajo, the former Navajo 
Depot Activity, Arizona, by the Arizona Army National Guard as a year-
round training and support installation, to authorize the Arizona Army 
National Guard to use excess capacity at Camp Navajo to provide 
services and facilities for a fee to private sector entities.
    (b) Construction of Facilities.--The amendment required by 
subsection (a) shall authorize the construction of facilities at Camp 
Navajo by private sector entities, except that appropriated funds may 
not be used for this purpose, and no private entity shall obtain any 
ownership rights in any customer-funded facilities.
    (c) Termination of Contracts.--Any contract with a private sector 
entity entered into pursuant to the amended license shall include a 
provision providing for the termination of the contract in the event 
Camp Navajo facilities are needed for national defense purposes.
    (d) Hold Harmless.--Contracts with private entities entered into 
pursuant to the amended license shall contain provisions holding the 
United States harmless for any liability that may arise due to the 
private entity utilizing Camp Navajo facilities and holding the private 
entity responsible for any environmental cleanup and compliance 
required by their activities at Camp Navajo.
    (e) Treatment of Receipts.--Revenues generated under contracts with 
private entities entered into pursuant to the amended license may be 
deposited in the Camp Navajo fund established by section 26-152 of the 
Arizona Revised Statutes, but such revenues shall be used only to 
support the infrastructure and troop programs of the Arizona Army 
National Guard.

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