In March, the Pueblo Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant (PCAPP) continued operations under the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention pandemic recommendations. PCAPP technicians developed a Burster Rotating Adaptor Device, or BRAD, that will allow problematic 105mm munitions to be safely destroyed through the current main plant automated processes. The Emergency Response Team participated in continued training. On March 5, a Site Acceptance Test was concluded for the Static Detonation Chamber Site 1. As of March 19, more than 62,000 105mm projectiles have been destroyed and the total amount of agent destroyed is 1,845.3 U.S. tons.