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Nobody Panic: Blue Grass Army Depot Simulation

Lexington Emergency Management, Fire, Police, and other government agencies, health providers are participating in the annual Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program (CSEPP) exercise beginning this morning, simulating an accident at the nearby Blue Grass Army Depot involving munitions that contain […]

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Ace Weekly September 1994 Cover - nerve gas nightmare

New Study Creates More Delays At Richmond’s Blue Grass Army Depot

By Patrick O'Dowd Earlier this week, the Lexington Herald-Leader reported on another meeting revolving around the Blue Grass Army Depot's disposal of over 15,000 chemical weapons stored at the

Weapons of Mass Destruction at Blue Grass Army Depot: Are You Safe?

Ace coverstory February 17, 2004 BY CAMPBELL WOOD The Pentagon has proposed budget changes for 2006 which would delay the destruction of 523 tons of chemical weapons stored at

To Incinerate, or Not to Incinerate? Public Meeting

On November 4, 2004 there will be a discussion featuring members of the Madison County Chemical Weapons Working Group, 5:30-7pm, 230 Student Center, free. Scholars and community activists

Blue Grass Army Depot Update: Army’s Incineration Plan Losing Steam

Ace August 1995 by CAMPBELL WOOD For the first time in the eleven years since the Army embarked on its plan to build incinerators to destroy chemical weapon

Put those Weapons Down: An Update on the Chemical Arsenal at Blue Grass Army Depot

Ace May 1995 BY CAMPBELL WOOD On March 14, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency fined the Army for violating its federal hazardous waste permit at the Johnston Island chemical

Safety Inspector Declares Incinerator Design For Richmond Site Unsafe

October 1994 Safety Inspector Declares Incinerator Unsafe By Campbell Wood The ongoing debate over the safety of the Army's incineration plans heats up as an employee at the chemical weapons incinerator

The Chemical Arsenal at Blue Grass Army Depot 1994

Ace September 1994 BY CAMBELL WOOD Stored at the Blue Grass Army Depot in Richmond Kentucky are munitions that contain three types of chemical agents: H blister agent

Richmond’s Nerve Gas Nightmare in 1994

Ace September 1994 Richmond Kentucky's Nerve Gas Nightmare by Randy Patrick The Army is hell-bent on implementing its $9.8 billion chemical weapons incineration plan, the largest incineration program ever conceived,

Bluegrass Army Depot stakeholders: Gas is getting on my nerves

Ace Coverstory June 1991. Rural Gravesite, Madison County: "Shall We Invest?"(Eight Ways of Looking At A Mustard Gas Stockpile) THE OFFICIAL POSITION BY Larry Rosenberg U.S. Army, Office of the Program



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