Lake City Army Ammunition Plant - Facilities

Facilities

LCAAP is housed on 3,935 acres (15.92 km2) with 458 buildings, 40 igloos and storage capacity of 707,000 square feet (65,700 m2). Information Provided by the Joint Munitions Command

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