Arsenal production weathers the storm as it has since 1813

By John B. SnyderJanuary 12, 2011

Don't let this Watervliet Arsenal photo mislead you today, because the Army post is open.
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Just another typical January day at the Watervliet Arsenal in upstate New York.  Adverse weather doesn't stop production at this large caliber manufacturer.
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Thanks to a great group of volunteers who remove the snow at the Watervliet Arsenal, the post remained open January 12, 2011.  Force protection is also an all-weather operation.
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Thanks to a great snow removal team of full-timers and volunteers, the Watervliet Arsenal workforce found good access to the workplace during today's snow storm.
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