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Interim Design Assessment for the Blue Grass Chemical Agent Destruction Pilot Plant Appendix B Diagrams of Chemical Munitions at Blue Grass Army Depot Figures B-1 through B-3 are drawings of the M55 rocket, 155-mm projectile, and 8-inch projectile stored at the Blue Grass Army Depot. There are also 30 M56 rocket warheads stored at BGAD. These are the same as the upper part of the M55 rocket (they lack a lower shell section containing the rocket motor and propellant and tail fins) and are not depicted separately. FIGURE B-1 Schematic drawing and specifications for M55 rocket. SOURCE: Beth Feinberg, Office of the Program Manager for Alternative Technologies and Approaches, briefing to the Committee on Review and Evaluation of the Army Chemical Stockpile Disposal Program on March 28, 2001.
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Interim Design Assessment for the Blue Grass Chemical Agent Destruction Pilot Plant FIGURE B-2 Schematic drawing and specifications for 155-mm projectile. NOTE: The projectiles stored at BGAD do not contain any energetic materials. SOURCE: U.S. Army, 1983. FIGURE B-3 Schematic drawing and specifications for 8-inch projectile. NOTE: The projectiles stored at BGAD do not contain any energetic materials. SOURCE: U.S. Army, 1983. REFERENCE U.S. Army. 1983. Final Demilitarization Plan for Operation of the Chemical Agent Munitions Disposal System (CAMDS) at the Tooele Army Depot, Utah, June. Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md.: USATHAMA.
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