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Cover: Shown clockwise from upper center are representative types of equipment used in disassembly of chemical munitions and containers: (1) a munitions demilitarization machine, (2) a bulk drain station, (3) a transfer conveyor and mine machine, and (4) a fuzewell assembly removal station on the mine machine. Photographs taken at the Chemical Demilitarization Training Facility in Edgewood, Maryland, and provided courtesy of Colin Drury.
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