If you were driving across the beautiful southern Colorado landscapr near Pueblo, you probably wouldn't even notice them: almost one thousand concrete storage "igloos" burrowed into the landscape. This 23,000-acre complex has stored the biggest cache of chemical weapons in the US since World War II. Now, it's the site of a huge operation to destroy them

Inside the Bunkers Where the US Will Obliterate Its Chemical Weapons

If you were driving across the beautiful southern Colorado landscapr near Pueblo, you probably wouldn’t even notice them: almost one thousand concrete storage “igloos” burrowed into the landscape. This 23,000-acre complex has stored the biggest cache of chemical weapons in the US since World War II. Now, it’s the site of a huge operation to destroy them

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