APG joins local leaders for Harford Night in Annapolis

Larry Muzzelo, deputy to the CECOM commander, discussed Team APG's role in Army operational readiness support and also highlighted APG's critical role in cyber research and development during Harford Night at Annapolis Jan. 11, 2017. | U.S. Army photo by Rick Scavetta, USAG APG
APG Garrison Commander Col. Davis (iright) listens as Maryland Senator Robert Cassilly talks about opportunities for Harford County, where the majority of APG’s workforce resides during Harford Night at Annapolis, Jan. 11, 2017. | U.S. Army photo by Rick Scavetta, USAG

ANNAPOLIS, Md. – Leaders from Aberdeen Proving Ground took part in the 18th annual Harford County Reception Jan. 11, 2017 in Annapolis.

Larry Muzzelo, Deputy to the Commanding General Communications and Electronics Command, and Col. James Davis, commander of U.S. Army Garrison Aberdeen Proving Ground represented Team APG at the event held at the Governor Calvert House.

More than 350 leaders attended, to include Maryland Lt. Governor Boyd Rutherford and Harford County Executive Barry Glassman.