US Army Nuclear and Chemical Agency

Everything I find says this is their HQ but the facility looks awefully small. The site looks like it was formerly a missile base or some other facility. The large shed looks very new. Is there an underground facility here?

Their mission is to identify, evaluate, and evacuate nuclear
related materials; in targeting weapons of mass destruction
facilities; and in planning and executing nuclear and
nonnuclear operations in support of battlefield counter-proliferation
operations assigned to Army Service Component Commanders/Joint Forces Land
Component Commanders.
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Parabellum picture
@ 2006-10-03 18:20:23
It sure is small. Probably leftover buildings from the old airfield. Infact, the white hangar is missing it's back wall. It's also not inside the fence (BEV).

I doubt it's an underground facility. They're pretty close to the water table there. There's also not much parking.
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@ 2007-05-29 10:50:43
This used to be the EPG (Electronic proving ground) test track. The site comes up as a potential future site of a solid waste management facility. But... it is still used as the US Army Nuclear and Chemical Agency HQ. Odd. Perhaps this is just its mail drop and the actual site would be prefered to be left unadvertised?