“Egregious safety failures at Army lab led to anthrax mistakes” (USA Today)
An investigation into the Army labs at Dugway Proving Ground in Utah, responsible for chemical and biological defensive testing, was launched last year after it was discovered to be accidentally shipping live anthrax to laboratories across the country for over a decade. The report reveals gaps that go far beyond that of poor leadership, and include a dozen personnel that are being held accountable and could face disciplinary action as a result. To read more about the findings of the Army investigation report, visit USA Today: http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2016/01/15/military-bioterrorism-lab-safety/78752876/
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