The Pueblo depot stores more than 780,000 mustard agent-filled munitions.
The plant is destroying 780,000 shells containing 2,500 U.S. tons of mustard agent under an international treaty.
The Army’s Pueblo Chemical Depot is eradicating 780,000 shells filled with thick liquid mustard agent under an international treaty banning chemical weapons.
An expert explains why the U.S. is vulnerable to criticisms of hypocrisy in the diplomatic realm until it destroys the last of its chemical weapons, some of which are in Colorado.
- The army began the disposal process by moving the weapons to the disposal site today.Read more