Crane Army destroys dangerous munitions while protecting environment

By Hayley SmithOctober 30, 2019

A Crane Army employee stages metal projectile bodies during the ammonium picrate disposal process. CAAA partners with contractor Gradient Technology to destroy ammonium picrate, also known as Yellow D, in an environmentally-friendly manner. Crane Army's mission is to provide conventional munitions support for U.S. Army and Joint Force readiness. It is one of 17 installations of the Joint Munitions Command and one of 23 organic industrial bases under the U.S. Army Materiel Command, which include arsenals, depots, activities and ammunition plants
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – A Crane Army employee stages metal projectile bodies during the ammonium picrate disposal process. CAAA partners with contractor Gradient Technology to destroy ammonium picrate, also known as Yellow D, in an environmentally-friendly manner. Crane Army's mission is to provide conventional munitions support for U.S. Army and Joint Force readiness. It is one of 17 installations of the Joint Munitions Command and one of 23 organic industrial bases under the U.S. Army Materiel Command, which include arsenals, depots, activities and ammunition plants (Photo Credit: Hayley Smith) VIEW ORIGINAL