Aberdeen Proving Ground
Good things come in small packages. That’s the mantra of Major Gen. Robert S. Ferrell, the new commanding general of Aberdeen Proving Ground.
Federal prosecutors say two more Aberdeen Proving Ground employees pleaded guilty to metal thefts at the Army base.
Federal prosecutors say two employees at Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG) have pleaded guilty to stealing several tons of aluminum and copper wire from several locations and buildings at the site.
An electrician at the Army’s Aberdeen Proving Ground is facing up to five years for his part in the theft of tons of copper from the base.
Officials at Aberdeen Proving Ground have halted a demolition project after trace amounts of a World War I chemical warfare agent were found at the site.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown says Maryland is spending nearly $9 million to help ease traffic congestion tied to the growth of Aberdeen Proving Ground.
Four civilian employees at Aberdeen Proving Ground have been indicted on charged of stealing aluminum and cooper from the facility.
Four civilian employees at Aberdeen Proving Ground have been indicted on charged of stealing aluminum and copper from the facility.
The Maryland Army National Guard says about 60 of its members are deploying to Afghanistan.
Don’t be surprised if you hear some loud blasts near the Aberdeen Proving Ground Tuesday.
The American bald eagle — now back from the brink of extinction — is literally flocking to an unlikely spot right here in Maryland.
A year in two theaters of war ends in an emotional homecoming for members of Maryland’s National Guard.