McAlester Warriors who have deployed overseas in support of the Warfighter

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  Bill Starry (left), Chief of Land Management, gets an assist from Eric Suttles, a biologist from ODWC, to remove a screen from a drainage pipe that kept beavers from blocking it and raising the wetland water level.   McAlester's Steve Saunier explains the arming well of a 2,000 lb penetrator bomb to BG Kristin K. French, Commander of Joint Munitions and Lethality Life Cycle Management Command and Joint Munitions Command - July 2013   Pvt2 Aryn Patton (left) and Spc Vanessa Salcedo (right), 163rd Ordnance Co., 419th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, tustin, CA, perform work on the Stinger missile in the Precision Munitions Division, Ammo Ops Directorate, MCCAP - July 24, 2013   Bruce Barksdale (left), welding shop supervisor and the Lean Six Sigma project manager for the metal yard project, poses with Treaver Price, Explosives Chemical Laboratory chemist, in the scrap metal yard at McAlester Army Ammunition Plant, Okla.   Sgt. Daniel Wafford, Warrior Transition Unit, Reynolds Army Community Hospital, Fort Sill, Okla., poses with the 8-point, 139-pound buck he shot with a crossbow at McAlester Army Ammunition Plant, Okla., Oct. 18.

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Providing munitions to the Warfighter

Welcome to McAlester Army Ammunition Plant's (MCAAP) website.  We are proud of our more than 60 years of service to the warfighters of our nation and the important role we fulfill in fighting the overseas contingency operations.  McAlester Army Ammunition Plant was originally commissioned as the McAlester Naval Ammunition Depot  on May 20, 1943 and begun its first production in September 1943.  On October 1, 1977 the facility was transferred to the Army under the Single Manager for Conventional Ammunition Act.  McAlester Army Ammunition Plant is a government-owned/government-operated (GOGO) facility and the premier bomb loading facility and the largest conventional munitions storage facility in the Department of Defense.  Our products and services are available to other government agencies, defense contractors, and our allies.  MCAAP is ISO 9001:2008 certified, ISO 14001:2004 Registered, and was awarded Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) star status by OSHA