Soldiers across Fort Detrick showed up in May to support the annual Spring Clean-up, helping to keep the installation looking good and meet regulatory requirements for cleanup activities that protect the Chesapeake Bay watershed.
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Soldiers across Fort Detrick showed up in May to support the annual Spring Clean-up, helping to keep the installation looking good and meet regulatory requirements for cleanup activities that protect the Chesapeake Bay watershed.
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Soldiers across Fort Detrick showed up in May to support the annual Spring Clean-up, helping to keep the installation looking good and meet regulatory requirements for cleanup activities that protect the Chesapeake Bay watershed.

"The Spring Clean-up is an excellent opportunity to showcase how commanders at echelon are sacrificing mission hours to give back to the environment and the greater community," said USAG Command Sgt. Maj. Michael Dills.