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Television personality Montel Williams is joining Army scientists at Fort Detrick in a medical research deal.
The four acquisition decisions the service will make in the coming months are the first fruits of a task force the Army created to pursue large-scale solar, geothermal, wind, biomass and waste-to-energy facilities on its bases.
Former Frederick residents are gearing up for a town hall meeting Saturday to discuss the possibility that Fort Detrick caused three cases of cancer in their family
The Army has named its Medical Research and Materiel Command the best small research and development lab in the department, marking the first time the Fort Detrick-based group earned such an honor
A group seeking to link Fort Detrick to hundreds of cases of cancer in Frederick met with federal government officials Friday morning to turn over its privately collected data
A Maryland Army facility is now on an exclusive EPA priority list to clean up toxic waste contamination at a field where wastes associated with weapons production were dumped, contaminating the local water supply.
The Fort Detrick community celebrated the Army's 236th birthday on Saturday by honoring wounded service members at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington and the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda.
The amputated leg of a colorful Civil War general is doing some traveling.
Dozens of soldiers and Army civilians gathered Wednesday to listen to Holocaust survivor George Rabinek, a German-born Jew raised in Hungary, tell his story of being moved from one concentration camp to another until American soldiers finally liberated the camps in May 1945.
Plans for a risk assessment for a proposed Fort Detrick facility are missing a number of critical elements, according to a report issued Friday.