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Mortar round excavated at Arthur MacArthur Army Reserve Center

A Miniature Open-Front Barricade is set up in the wooded area behind the Arthur MacArthur U.S. Army Reserve Center in Springfield, Mass., in December 2012, as part of the second phase of a remedial investigation that was suspended in October 2011, when an 81-mm mortar round was discovered in the area. On Dec. 14, 2012, a second 81-mm mortar round was excavated and destroyed.



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Date Taken:12.14.2012

Date Posted:01.18.2013 09:10

Photo ID:816247

VIRIN:121214-A-AB123-001

Resolution:4232x2916

Size:3.2 MB

Location:SPRINGFIELD, MA, USGlobe

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