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SM-1, Ft. Belvoir, Virginia. The SM-1 (Stationary, Medium Power, Prototype) nuclear reactor was the first built by the Army Nuclear Power Program. The SM-1 went critical in April 1957 and was the first reactor to supply power to the commercial power grid. The SM-1 was shut down and deactivated in 1973.
SM-1, Ft. Belvoir, Virginia
2/7/2018 9:00:00 AM
MH-1A, STURGIS Nuclear Barge. The MH-1A (Mobile, High Power, Field Implementation) nuclear reactor was incorporated into a new center section for a former WWII Liberty Ship. The MH-1A was the highest power reactor built in the Army Nuclear Power Program. After testing at Ft. Belvoir, Virginia the MH-1A provided power for the Panama Canal Zone while moored in Gatun Lake, Panama from 1968 to 1976.
MH-1A, STURGIS Nuclear Barge
2/7/2018 8:54:00 AM
SM-1A, Ft. Greely, Alaska. The SM-1A was the field implementation of the SM-1 reactor design and it supplied electricity and steam heat to Ft. Greely from March 1962 to March 1972.
SM-1A, Ft. Greely, Alaska
2/7/2018 8:51:00 AM
The U.S. Army Regional Environmental and Energy Office – Southern and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 4 team received EPA Bronze Medals on October 19, 2017, for their exceptional efforts in organizing and hosting an environmental workshop for the U.S. EPA and Department of Defense military installations within the southeast region.
Army Regional Environmental and Energy Office recognized for collaborative success
10/25/2017 12:07:00 PM
Integration of innovative technologies, such as advanced geophysical classification techniques, will reduce the overall time and cost of remediation activities within the Formerly Used Defense Sites program.
Advanced Geophysical Classification
10/18/2017 1:22:00 PM
Removal of the reactor pressure vessel from the STURGIS in May 2017 resulted in the largest single reduction in residual radioactivity since the removal of radiological waste began in October 2015.
STURGIS
10/11/2017 4:35:00 PM
Removal of the reactor pressure vessel from the STURGIS in May 2017 resulted in the largest single reduction in residual radioactivity since the removal of radiological waste began in October 2015.
STURGIS
10/11/2017 4:28:00 PM
This issue of The Corps Environment features articles about the Alaska National Guard hosting the Pacific Environmental Security Forum; Energy Action Month; the Corps working to manage Hurricane Harvey runoff; EnviroPoint commentary on the Environmental Operating Principles; the Wilmington District helping to preserve seabird habitats; Sturgis decommissioning hits major milestone with nuclear reactor; U.S., Sri Lanka partnership increases oil spill preparedness; video news releases and environmental news clips; and more.
The Corps Environment, October 2017 edition
10/2/2017 1:07:00 PM
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