This year, we are proud to celebrate a century of innovation at the Army’s oldest active proving ground. Join us throughout the year for special content exploring a century of innovation at APG.
ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. – “The place God forgot.” Those were the words locals used to describe Aberdeen Proving Ground and Edgewood Arsenal, in September 1918, less than a year after the government officially took […]
Three of Maryland’s National Register of Historic Places reside within APG boundaries ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. – Many people don’t realize that Aberdeen Proving Ground is home to three nationally-registered sites in the state of […]
At the turn of the twentieth century, Harford County was a quiet, rural community with fertile farm land and access to lucrative trapping, hunting and fishing sites along the Chesapeake Bay and the Bush and […]
Establishing APG: 1917-1930s Aberdeen Proving Ground was established in 1917 as an answer to an immediate need for national defense. As a result of entering World War I in April 1917, the Army urgently required […]
This year, we are proud to celebrate a century of innovation at the Army’s oldest active proving ground. Help us celebrate all year long by sharing your memories with us on Facebook using the hashtags […]
ABERDEEN, Md. – Members of the community break ground on the APG Memorial at Festival Park in Aberdeen, Dec. 9, 2016. Sponsored by the APG Centennial Celebration Association, or ACCA, the memorial will serve as […]
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