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Updates (Most Current)

8/29/2013 [12,478KB pdf] The Activity Newsletter - Summer 2013
CMA's leadership team of Don Barclay and Jeffrey Harris updated Mr. Carmen Spencer, Joint Program Executive Officer - Chemical and Biological Defense (JPEO-CBD), in late June on the ongoing path forward to reshape CMA and align the acquisition elements

8/3/2006 [2,262KB pdf] ABCDF Progress Update - August 2006
ABCDF closure phase is ahead of schedule.

12/22/2005 [522KB pdf] ABCDF Progress Update
Workers at the ABCDF's Ton Container Cleanout Facility (TCC) have safely cleaned and decontaminated more than 84 percent* of the containers that once stored mustard agent at the Edgewood Area of Aberdeen Proving Ground.

3/11/2005 [2,100KB pdf] Edgewood Chemical Activity & Aberdeen Chemical Agent Disposal Facility 2005 Commemorative Newsletter
On March 11, 2005, workers at Aberdeen Chemical Agent Disposal Facility,located at the Edgewood Area of Aberdeen Proving Ground, achieved a major milestone when the last batch of mustard agent was neutralized at the facility.

7/1/2004 [197KB pdf] ABCDF Progress Update
Since beginning agent operations in April 2003, workers at ABCDF have safely drained 450 ton containers of bulk mustard agent and neutralized more than 375 tons of agent, equaling more than 20 percent of the stockpile.

6/20/2004 [269KB pdf] Edgewood REACH Newsletter - Spring 2004
Eliminating the mustard agent stockpile at Aberdeen Proving Ground is not a typical job for children to learn about on Take Your Sons and Daughters to Work Day, but then the mothers and fathers who work at ABCDF do not have typical jobs.

1/15/2004 [2,802KB pdf] Edgewood REACH Newsletter - Winter 2004
For decades, the mustard agent stockpile stored at the Edgewood Area of Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., has been kept in steel ton containers, commonly called "TCs."

10/17/2003 [276KB pdf] ABCDF Progress Update
Since live agent operations began on April 23,2003, workers at the Aberdeen Chemical Agent Disposal Facility (ABCDF) have drained 90 containers of bulk mustard agent and neutralized more than 55 tons of agent.

10/15/2003 [58,004KB pdf] Edgewood REACH Newsletter - Fall 2003
When officials at ABCDF marked the construction completion of the Army's mustard agent neutralization facility just over a year ago, the goal was to bring the project to a safe and successful conclusion two years ahead of its original schedule.

8/31/2003 [246KB pdf] ABCDF Progress Update
As of Aug. 31, workers at the Aberdeen Chemical Agent Disposal Facility at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., have drained more than 61 tons of liquid mustard agent from 90 containers.

7/16/2003 [2,653KB pdf] Edgewood REACH Newsletter - Summer 2003
You may be aware of how the mustard agent stockpile at Aberdeen Proving Ground is being neutralized.

6/30/2003 [202KB pdf] ABCDF Progress Update
Work continues on the accelerated destruction of the mustard agent stockpile at the Aberdeen Chemical Agent Disposal Facility at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md.

4/21/2003 [349KB pdf] ABCDF Progress Update
The Army and its contract team will soon start accelerated chemical agent operations, under Project Speedy Neut, at the Aberdeen Chemical Agent Disposal Facility (ABCDF).

3/21/2003 [2,761KB pdf] Edgewood REACH Newsletter - Spring 2003
The process of destroying the bulk mustard agent stockpile at Aberdeen Proving Ground began April 23, 2003, under the accelerated program implemented by the Army following the Sept.11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

1/15/2003 [868KB pdf] Edgewood REACH Newsletter - Winter 2003
Neutralization of the mustard agent stockpile is scheduled to begin soon, but training for the team that will work at the Aberdeen Chemical Agent Disposal Facility started months ago.

9/21/2002 [746KB pdf] Edgewood REACH Newsletter - Fall 2002
Ceremony marks neutralization facility's end of construction.

7/1/2002 [4,353KB pdf] REACH Newsletter (Marine Lands on Army Project)
"Send in the Marines," is not a phrase usually associated with a construction project, especially not an Army construction project at the Edgewood Area of Aberdeen Proving Ground.

4/1/2002 [1,027KB pdf] REACH Newsletter (Speeding Up Disposal)
By re-ordering the disposal process with oversight from state and federal environmental agencies, stockpile risk could be eliminated years earlier.

10/1/2001 [1,392KB pdf] REACH Newsletter (Citizens Track Progress of Facility)
More than 100 citizens took advantage of the Army's invitation to learn about plans to dispose of APG's mustard agent stockpile and toured the Aberdeen Chemical Agent Disposal Facility, or ABCDF, construction site on two Saturdays in June.

 


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