For most people, the Blue Grass Army Depot in Richmond is known mainly for its chemical weapons storage facility. But the 15,000-acre military installation is much more than that, and depot commander Col. Brian Rogers is trying to get the word out to communities surrounding the facility about what else goes on behind its guarded fences. While the depot does store chemical weapons, only 5 percent of the 902 storage igloos on the facility contain chemical weapons. And though it is an important part of the depot’s responsibilities, Rogers said, the weapons storage represents a small portion of what occurs at the facility.
Army Depot is More Than Storage
By Bob Flynn,The Winchester Sun • Sep 7, 2011