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Kentucky Chemical Weapons Destruction: 2017 Year in Review

Click here for Video: https://www.peoacwa.army.mil/2017/12/15/kentucky-chemical-weapons-destruction-2017-year-in-review/ In 2017, the Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant, or BGCAPP, focused on testing equipment and systems to destroy Kentucky’s chemical weapons stockpile. In the main plant, which is set to destroy nerve agent munitions, workers tested and demonstrated equipment especially designed for BGCAPP. The …

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Colorado Chemical Weapons Destruction: 2017 Year in Review

Click here for video: https://www.peoacwa.army.mil/2017/12/15/colorado-chemical-weapons-destruction-2017-year-in-review/ In 2017, the Pueblo Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant (PCAPP) completed its first year of chemical agent destruction operations, demonstrating personnel, facilities and equipment can process munitions safely and compliantly. In total, more than 40,000 munition bodies and 253 U.S. tons of mustard agent were safely …

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New Public Alert System

Garrard County Emergency Management Agency and CSEPP are implementing a new public alert system, Regroup. Regroup will allow public safety agencies in Garrard County and the City of Lancaster to notify the public about dangers, events and other public safety matters that may affect the public. Users can enter in …

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Heat Safety for People and Pets in Vehicles

With the summer months upon us, now is the time to learn about the dangers of heatstroke and being trapped in a hot car. Learn how the temperature outside may affect the temperature inside your vehicle. Heatstroke is dangerous and can be deadly. Never leave children, pets, or older adults unattended …

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Alternate Routes: Lessons Learned

What this means for child care programs: Plan out your travel routes, do you cross over or under any roads? How would your route change if these routes were suddenly closed? Review your communication plans. The collapse in Atlanta stranded people in grid-lock for hours. Parents, how would you communicate …

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To Safely Dispose of Chemical Weapons, The U.S. Army Has Developed Some Next-Level Tools

As lethal as any conventional attack, compounds like sarin and the nerve gas VX also cause an alarming amount of pain and suffering, and have been frowned upon by international governing bodies since at least the late 19th century. But getting rid of lethal chemicals encased in explosive shells is …

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10 Motorcycle Safety Tips Every Rider Should Know

There’s no denying that motorcycles are cool, fun and fuel-efficient. But it’s also true that riding a motorcycle is more risky than driving a car. The reality is, a crash as a motorcyclist is about 30 times more likely to be fatal than as a motorist, there are plenty of …

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Chemical Weapons Convention systematic inspection a success

BLUE GRASS ARMY DEPOT, Ky.  Inspectors from the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) visited the Blue Grass Chemical Activity (BGCA), located at Blue Grass Army Depot, Kentucky, May 12-17 to perform the systematic stockpile verification inspection, an annual process that has been taking place for 20 …

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McConnell: Budget Secures Resources to Benefit Kentucky

The $1 trillion spending bill signed by President Donald Trump on Friday not only keeps the federal government open through September, it also includes additional money to pay for the destruction of chemical agents stored at Blue Grass Army Depot. Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-KY, the Senate Majority Leader, announced the …

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How to Have a Safe & Happy Halloween with Kids

Face Facts: Masks can obstruct your child’s view, instead apply nontoxic face paints. Make sure oversized hats, helmets, or headpieces won’t interfere with their vision. Costume Cautions: Choose bright colors that make your child more visible in the dark. Any store bought costumes and accessories (masks, beards, wigs) must be …

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