Aberdeen Proving Ground
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.
The Army says it will stop injecting monkeys at Aberdeen Proving Ground with a nerve-blocking drug meant to simulate a nerve-gas attack.
Maryland officials are getting an update on Defense Department moves that brought 20,000 new jobs to military installations in the state.
State and military officials are marking the end of a military base realignment process that is bringing thousands of jobs to Maryland.
Aberdeen Proving Ground officials are identifying a contractor killed in an explosion and fire at a laboratory at the installation.
The Army will be demonstrating new “green” ammunition at the Aberdeen Proving Ground.
Aberdeen Proving Ground officials say a contractor died in an explosion and fire at a laboratory in the Edgewood area of the installation.
An Aberdeen Proving Ground contractor employee died Saturday afternoon in an explosion and subsequent fire at a laboratory in the Edgewood area of the installation.
Aberdeen Proving Ground officials warn that explosives experts will be detonating unexploded ordnance over the next few weeks.