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Corps of Engineers celebrates opening of Emergency Services Center atFt. Detrick

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District participated in the ribbon cutting for the 42-thousand square foot Emergency Services Center at Ft. Detrick that will house the Fort Detrick Fire Department, the Provost Marshal and administrative support. The building features 6-bay emergency equipment garage with drive-through access, offices and meeting rooms for emergency services personnel, dining areas and sleeping quarters for fire department personnel working extended hours and storage for all their equipment.

Photo credit: USACE HQ on Flickr.


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