Marmo, Deputy Director, System Integration and Support, Tobyhanna Army Depot * COL Chris Mohan, Commander, Tooele Army Depot * SKCM Lanny R.
What does TEAD stand for?
TEAD stands for Tooele Army Depot (Tooele, Utah; US Army)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Tooele Army Depot, Utah, installed solar walls on 14 buildings, and has the first wind turbine at an active Army installation.
Current operations would require 200 at each major depot: Tooele Army Depot, Crane Army Activity, Bluegrass Army Depot, and McAlester Army Ammunitions Plant.
Connelly's excitement is shared by Keith Siniscalchi, of the Tooele Army Depot, Tooele, Utah.
As a child, I listened for a siren every weekday morning at 7:30, which notified workers at the Tooele Army Depot two miles away that they should be at their desks and ready to pick up their pencils.
He pointed out as explanation his difficulty in gaining entry to the Johnson Island atoll where chemical warfare agents are being experimentally destroyed, and to the Tooele Army Depot at Tooele, Utah, where such work ultimately will occur in the continental United States.
Four years ago, the Department of Defense (DOD) broke ground inside the Tooele Army Depot for a plant to incinerate the toxic mustard gas and nerve agents it maintains there.
Jeffery Gillette, Financial Manager, Tooele Army Depot * Mr.