In February, workers at the Pueblo Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant (PCAPP) destroyed more than 1,300 U.S. tons of agent, representing 50% of the total tonnage of the chemical weapons stockpile in Colorado. Technicians and engineers began preparing for the campaign changeover from 155mm to 105mm projectiles later this year by reconfiguring Cavity Access Machines (CAM) in the Training Facility. Maintenance team members improved and installed splash guards on the CAM to help reduce the effects of pressurized rounds and assisting in leaker recovery. Assembly of three Static Detonation Chamber units continues at the site. As of Feb. 28, 72,354 mortar rounds have been reconfigured, and the total amount of agent destroyed is 1,312.3 U.S. tons.