The Louisiana Military Department is acting on recommendations by the U.S. Army to delay potential explosions from compromised M6 propellant stored in 92 bunkers at Camp Minden.
In an email from Col. Pete Schneider, Louisiana National Guard public affairs officer, several recommendations were listed with actions taken. The recommendations are listed in the Technical Assistance Visit, or TAV report, that the U.S. Army released to the EPA and the public following a visit March 9-11 when they received word one of the bunkers had been compromised.
“Safety is our top priority,” he said. “We’re going to do everything we can to remediate