In The News...


  • Boatrights claim top places in veterans' fun run/walk


    Bailey Marshall (center) sprints the final 100 yards past Sarah DeSadier (right) to the finish line during the Veterans 5K Fun Run/Walk at McAlester Army Ammunition Plant, Oklahoma, November 5. Marshall finished third in the girl’s 13 years and under category in 51 minutes and 38.72 seconds. (U.S. Army photo by Kevin Jackson)

    Click Here for the full story.


  • Oklahoma senator, staffers visit ammo plant


    Col. Sean M. Herron (right), commander, McAlester Army Ammunition Plant, Oklahoma, talks to Luke Holland, legislative director for Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.), about the demilitarization of an obsolete and unserviceable artillery round and the recycle and reuse of the casing to produce a cheaper training round for Army and Marine Corps units.

    Click Here for the full story.


  • Fire Safety Outreach


    Children from Frink-Chambers School in McAlester, Okla., greet Smokey and Sparky from the Oklahoma Forestry Service following a Fire Prevention Week assembly at the school, Oct. 17. The McAlester Army Ammunition Plant Fire and Emergency Services team partnered with the McAlester Fire Department and Oklahoma Forestry Service to share fire safety messages with the children. (U.S. Army photo by Kevin Jackson)

    Click Here for the full story.


  • McAlester Chamber of Commerce


    An estimated 450 people attended the McAlester Chamber of Commerce Annual Banquet at the Southeast Expo Center in McAlester, Aug. 23. The theme was “Believe in the Chamber” and Col. Sean M. Herron, MCAAP commander, was the keynote speaker. (Photo by Paul Rogers)

    Click Here for the full story.


  • Archers return to ammo plant for championship


    Ben Aguirre from Moore, Okla., and a member of the Stratford Sportsman’s Club, pulls his team’s arrows from the target during the 2016 Southern Plains Traditional Archery Championship at McAlester Army Ammunition Plant, Okla., Aug. 6. (U.S. Army photo by Kevin Jackson)

    Click Here for the full story.


  • Coordinator organizes, gives blood as last official action


    Joshua Stout, a substance abuse program assistant working in the Directorate of Community and Family Activities, is all smiles as he gives a blood donation to the American Red Cross during its annual drive at McAlester Army Ammunition Plant, Okla., July 27. Stout has also coordinated the annual blood drive for MCAAP during his five years of employment. (U.S. Army photo by Kevin Jackson)

    Click Here for the full story.

Fire Safety Outreach McAlester Chamber of Commerce

McAlester Army Ammunition Plant Awards



2014 - Army Superior Unit Award for the period of 1 October 2011 to 30 September 2012 for exceptionally meritorious service in support of Operation Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan) and Operation New Dawn (Iraq).

2014 - Headquarters Army Materiel Command Natural Resources Conservation Individual Award to William R. Starry.

2014 - United States Army Safety Guardian Award presented to Wayland W. Brown Jr., Engineering Support Division, Directorate of Engineering and Public Works, for rescuing three coworkers from a burning structure in May 2013.

2013 – Headquarters Army Materiel Command Environmental Award for Natural Resources Conservation on a Large Installation.

2012 – U.S. Air Force Annual Armament Directorate External/Support Team Award for work on the BLU-129 bomb.

2012 – McAlester News-Capital Reader’s Choice Award as the Best Large Employer.

2011 – Precision Strike Association 16th Annual William J. Perry Award for work on the massive ordnance penetrator. The award is named for the former Secretary of Defense from 1994-1997.

2011 – The McAlester Chamber of Commerce awarded MCAAP its Large Business of the Year Award.