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TCAAPRAB – Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant

Apr 20, 2021  Welcome to the website for the former Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant (TCAAP). The former TCAAP is located in the city of Arden Hills in the northern portion of the Minneapolis – St. Paul metropolitan area in Ramsey County. It is surrounded by the cities of New Brighton, Arden Hills, Mounds View, and Shoreview, Minnesota.

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Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant - Wikipedia

The Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant was a United States Army ammunition plant located in Ramsey County, Minnesota in the current boundaries of the suburbs of Arden Hills and New Brighton, bounded by County Road I to the north, I-35W to the west, U.S. Route 10to the southwest, County Highway 96 to the south, and Lexington Avenue to the east. The site had 255 buildings across 2,

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Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant MNopedia

As a result, the Army Ordnance Department authorized construction of the Twin Cities Ordnance Plant (TCOP) in the spring of 1941. Federal Cartridge Corporation (FCC) of Anoka, a sporting ammunition manufacturer, was contracted to operate the facility. Land was purchased in rural Ramsey County, about ten minutes north of Minneapolis by car.

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This Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant made bullets for ...

Dec 01, 2021  The Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant ran full speed from 1946 to 1950. Even after, it stayed in service all the way to 1957 before it went back into reserve status. The country’s need for ammunition returned in 1965 during the Vietnam War. By 1971, the plant became a hub of military production and was even a target of anti-war protesters for ...

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Forged and forgotten: Twin Cities ammo plant helped win ...

May 23, 2014  The assembly line at the Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant, c. 1940s. Seventy years ago, a B-17 bomber on the way back from Germany fell short of its base in the English countryside. Returning ...

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Background – TCAAPRAB

After Victory over Japan Day in September 1945, the Twin Cities Ordnance Plant was placed in reserve status and mothballed. Renamed the Twin Cities Arsenal, it was operated by the U.S. Army from 1946 to 1950, when the installation was brought back into production to manufacture small arms and artillery ammunition for the Korean War.

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New Brighton/Arden Hills Superfund Site (a.k.a. Twin ...

The Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant (TCAAP) was constructed between 1941 and 1943. Before that time, the site was used primarily as farmland. During a 16-month period and at a cost of $73 million, more than 300 buildings were built at the site. In early 1942, the manufacture of small arms ammunition and other related materials began.

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Remnants of the WWII Ammunition’s Plant in Minnesota ...

Dec 23, 2020  During peace time, the plant produced tractors and farm implements. The plant’s arsenal was reactivated in 1950 during the Korean Conflict, in 1965 in support of the Southeast Asia conflict and in 1991 to help meet the needs of Operation Desert Storm. It was renamed the Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant in 1962.

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TCAAP Sites – TCAAPRAB

Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant. Cleanup Sites. Landscape with trees and water. Operable Unit One (OU1) OU1 is the largest portion of the affected groundwater plume, which extends southwest of TCAAP. OU1 is also known as the North Plume and OU3 as the South Plume.

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TCAAPRAB – Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant

Apr 20, 2021  Welcome to the website for the former Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant (TCAAP). The former TCAAP is located in the city of Arden Hills in the northern portion of the Minneapolis – St. Paul metropolitan area in Ramsey County. It is surrounded by the cities of New Brighton, Arden Hills, Mounds View, and Shoreview, Minnesota.

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Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant - Wikipedia

The Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant was a United States Army ammunition plant located in Ramsey County, Minnesota in the current boundaries of the suburbs of Arden Hills and New Brighton, bounded by County Road I to the north, I-35W to the west, U.S. Route 10 to the southwest, County Highway 96 to the south, and Lexington Avenue to the east. The site had

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Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant MNopedia

As a result, the Army Ordnance Department authorized construction of the Twin Cities Ordnance Plant (TCOP) in the spring of 1941. Federal Cartridge Corporation (FCC) of Anoka, a sporting ammunition manufacturer, was contracted to operate the facility. Land was purchased in rural Ramsey County, about ten minutes north of Minneapolis by car.

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This Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant made bullets for ...

Dec 01, 2021  The Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant ran full speed from 1946 to 1950. Even after, it stayed in service all the way to 1957 before it went back into reserve status. The country’s need for ammunition returned in 1965 during the Vietnam War. By 1971, the plant became a hub of military production and was even a target of anti-war protesters for ...

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Forged and forgotten: Twin Cities ammo plant helped win ...

May 23, 2014  The assembly line at the Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant, c. 1940s. Seventy years ago, a B-17 bomber on the way back from Germany fell short of its base in the English countryside. Returning ...

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New Brighton/Arden Hills Superfund Site (a.k.a. Twin ...

The Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant (TCAAP) was constructed between 1941 and 1943. Before that time, the site was used primarily as farmland. During a 16-month period and at a cost of $73 million, more than 300 buildings were built at the site. In early 1942, the manufacture of small arms ammunition and other related materials began.

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TCAAP Sites – TCAAPRAB

Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant. Cleanup Sites. Landscape with trees and water. Operable Unit One (OU1) OU1 is the largest portion of the affected groundwater plume, which extends southwest of TCAAP. OU1 is also known as the North Plume and OU3 as the South Plume.

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Information – TCAAPRAB

Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant. Information. Eastern meadowlark on post. Key final documents are available to the public at the TCAAP Repository, located at: Arden Hills Army Training Site 4761 Hamline Avenue North Arden Hills, MN 55112.

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Remnants of the WWII Ammunition’s Plant in Minnesota ...

Dec 23, 2020  During peace time, the plant produced tractors and farm implements. The plant’s arsenal was reactivated in 1950 during the Korean Conflict, in 1965 in support of the Southeast Asia conflict and in 1991 to help meet the needs of Operation Desert Storm. It was renamed the Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant in 1962.

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RAB Meetings – TCAAPRAB

Aug 13, 2021  Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant. Restoration Advisory Board (RAB) Landscape with trees and fog. Meeting Summaries Next RAB Meeting: The Army is hosting a RAB/public meeting on July 20, 2021, at 7:00 p.m. CST. Rather than the normal cleanup update, this meeting will be focused on cleanup at Round Lake. The Army has prepared a Proposed

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Background – TCAAPRAB

After Victory over Japan Day in September 1945, the Twin Cities Ordnance Plant was placed in reserve status and mothballed. Renamed the Twin Cities Arsenal, it was operated by the U.S. Army from 1946 to 1950, when the installation was brought back into production to manufacture small arms and artillery ammunition for the Korean War.

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TCAAP Background and History Arden Hills, MN - Official ...

The Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant (TCAAP) and the Arden Hills Army Training Site (AHATS) comprise nearly 2,370 acres in the northern third of Arden Hills. The TCAAP site and its history as an ammunition manufacturing facility play a significant role in the incorporation and development of Arden Hills.

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Resources – TCAAPRAB

Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant. Resources. Landscape with trees and snow. Please access the links below for additional information about the work performed at the former TCAAP: Decision Documents: Records of Decision (RODs) OU1 – ROD Amendment (to 1993 ROD), Groundwater Remediation – May 2006

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Exploration TCAAP - a real abandoned Army ammo plant ...

Apr 06, 2020  The Army Ordnance Department authorized construction of what was then called the “Twin Cities Ordnance Plant.”. Sporting ammunition manufacturer Federal Cartridge Corporation of Anoka was contracted to run the facility. Once the place was fully operational, thousands of workers from across the Twin Cities worked around the clock in three ...

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TCAAPRAB – Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant

Apr 20, 2021  Welcome to the website for the former Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant (TCAAP). The former TCAAP is located in the city of Arden Hills in the northern portion of the Minneapolis – St. Paul metropolitan area in Ramsey County. It is surrounded by the cities of New Brighton, Arden Hills, Mounds View, and Shoreview, Minnesota.

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Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant - Wikipedia

The Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant was a United States Army ammunition plant located in Ramsey County, Minnesota in the current boundaries of the suburbs of Arden Hills and New Brighton, bounded by County Road I to the north, I-35W to the west, U.S. Route 10 to the southwest, County Highway 96 to the south, and Lexington Avenue to the east. The site had

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Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant MNopedia

As a result, the Army Ordnance Department authorized construction of the Twin Cities Ordnance Plant (TCOP) in the spring of 1941. Federal Cartridge Corporation (FCC) of Anoka, a sporting ammunition manufacturer, was contracted to operate the facility. Land was purchased in rural Ramsey County, about ten minutes north of Minneapolis by car.

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This Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant made bullets for ...

Dec 01, 2021  The Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant ran full speed from 1946 to 1950. Even after, it stayed in service all the way to 1957 before it went back into reserve status. The country’s need for ammunition returned in 1965 during the Vietnam War. By 1971, the plant became a hub of military production and was even a target of anti-war protesters for ...

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Forged and forgotten: Twin Cities ammo plant helped win ...

May 23, 2014  The assembly line at the Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant, c. 1940s. Seventy years ago, a B-17 bomber on the way back from Germany fell short of its base in the English countryside. Returning ...

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New Brighton/Arden Hills Superfund Site (a.k.a. Twin ...

The Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant (TCAAP) was constructed between 1941 and 1943. Before that time, the site was used primarily as farmland. During a 16-month period and at a cost of $73 million, more than 300 buildings were built at the site. In early 1942, the manufacture of small arms ammunition and other related materials began.

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TCAAP Sites – TCAAPRAB

Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant. Cleanup Sites. Landscape with trees and water. Operable Unit One (OU1) OU1 is the largest portion of the affected groundwater plume, which extends southwest of TCAAP. OU1 is also known as the North Plume and OU3 as the South Plume.

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Information – TCAAPRAB

Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant. Information. Eastern meadowlark on post. Key final documents are available to the public at the TCAAP Repository, located at: Arden Hills Army Training Site 4761 Hamline Avenue North Arden Hills, MN 55112.

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Remnants of the WWII Ammunition’s Plant in Minnesota ...

Dec 23, 2020  During peace time, the plant produced tractors and farm implements. The plant’s arsenal was reactivated in 1950 during the Korean Conflict, in 1965 in support of the Southeast Asia conflict and in 1991 to help meet the needs of Operation Desert Storm. It was renamed the Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant in 1962.

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RAB Meetings – TCAAPRAB

Aug 13, 2021  Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant. Restoration Advisory Board (RAB) Landscape with trees and fog. Meeting Summaries Next RAB Meeting: The Army is hosting a RAB/public meeting on July 20, 2021, at 7:00 p.m. CST. Rather than the normal cleanup update, this meeting will be focused on cleanup at Round Lake. The Army has prepared a Proposed

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Background – TCAAPRAB

After Victory over Japan Day in September 1945, the Twin Cities Ordnance Plant was placed in reserve status and mothballed. Renamed the Twin Cities Arsenal, it was operated by the U.S. Army from 1946 to 1950, when the installation was brought back into production to manufacture small arms and artillery ammunition for the Korean War.

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TCAAP Background and History Arden Hills, MN - Official ...

The Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant (TCAAP) and the Arden Hills Army Training Site (AHATS) comprise nearly 2,370 acres in the northern third of Arden Hills. The TCAAP site and its history as an ammunition manufacturing facility play a significant role in the incorporation and development of Arden Hills.

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Resources – TCAAPRAB

Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant. Resources. Landscape with trees and snow. Please access the links below for additional information about the work performed at the former TCAAP: Decision Documents: Records of Decision (RODs) OU1 – ROD Amendment (to 1993 ROD), Groundwater Remediation – May 2006

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Exploration TCAAP - a real abandoned Army ammo plant ...

Apr 06, 2020  The Army Ordnance Department authorized construction of what was then called the “Twin Cities Ordnance Plant.”. Sporting ammunition manufacturer Federal Cartridge Corporation of Anoka was contracted to run the facility. Once the place was fully operational, thousands of workers from across the Twin Cities worked around the clock in three ...

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