Army engineer analyzes potential hazards to ensure safety
ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. -- U.S. Army Soldiers and civilians investigate buried munitions and suspected chemical or biological agents to ensure safe operations in the field. To strengthen their protection, engineers such as Ricardo Anderson scrutinize military equipment and programs for potential hazards.
Anderson, a systems safety engineer with Edgewood Chemical Biological Center, works to mitigate these possible dangers.