In April, the Pueblo Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant (PCAPP) continued operations under the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention pandemic recommendations. As of April 26, 50% of the total munitions stored at the Pueblo Chemical Depot have been destroyed totaling more than 390,000. Heating of the thermal oxidizer burner in one of the three Static Detonation Chamber units took place as part of the 28-day baseline monitoring. Personal Protective Equipment technicians repurposed Powered Air Purifying Respirator, or PAPR, masks for a training exercise. On April 7, the newest Colorado Chemical Demilitarization Citizens’ Advisory Commission member, Mark Honnen, along with Deputy Program Executive Officer Nick Stamatakis, toured the plant. As of April 23, more than 88,000 105mm projectiles have been destroyed and the total amount of agent destroyed is 1,883.6 U.S. tons.