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Army Defense Ammunition Center in McAlester, Oklahoma, the Joint Intelligence Laboratory in Suffolk, Virginia, and TACOM in Warren, Michigan.
In January 2009, the Army Defense Ammunition Center launched the HAZMAT Transportation Community of Practice (COP) portal, which can be accessed through both the Army Knowledge Online (AKO) website and the Battle Command Knowledge System (BCKS).
The Munitions Items Disposition Action System (MIDAS) was created by the US Army Defense Ammunition Center to provide a database of demilitarization and disposition information for unwanted munition items.
The Multi-National Corps-Iraq requested that the Army Defense Ammunition Center (DAC) at McAlester, Oklahoma, assess theater ammunition supply points, ammunition holding areas, and basic load ammunition holding areas and help write applicable documentation for selecting sites for and licensing of ammunition and explosives (class V) storage locations.
Army Defense Ammunition Center, McAlester, Oklahoma, where he spent ten years as an instructor and distance learning programmer.
Army Defense Ammunition Center details how the organization puts its mission critical training online.
Army Defense Ammunition Center (DAC) located at McAlester, Oklahoma.
The review, initiated by the Army Defense Ammunition Center (DAC) at McAlester, Oklahoma, reevaluated Department of Defense (DOD) and Army explosives safety regulations that required the height of a barricade to be 2 degrees above stacks of ammunition when drawn from the rear of the stacks.