The new organizational maintenance shop at the Caven Point Army Reserve complex in Jersey City, N.J., is located at the site of the largest soil-removal project in Army Reserve history. Nearly 83,000 tons of contaminated earth were safely removed from the site at a cost $7 million. (Army Photo by – Sgt. 1st Class Alyn-Michael Macleod)
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