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Anniston Army Depot


The Anniston Army Depot in Anniston, Alabama, is the combat vehicle depot for the repair, modification, upgrade and conversion of heavy and light tracked vehicles, their subassemblies and components.  

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Past leaders reminisce on ANAD foundations

According to Nathan Hill, Anniston Army Depot's civilian executive assistant from 1981 to 1999, leadership, in the early years, had a vision for what the depot would be. He said individuals, such as Dave Stanley and General Robert Bergquist, made sure Anniston Army Depot was associated with tanks and are a large part of why the depot still exists today as a vital part of the Calhoun County community.

Mickey Starling looks through paperwork for a case in Anniston Army Depot's Legal Office.

Depot attorney recalls 30-year career

Mickey Starling began his career at the Anniston Army Depot in April 1986. At first, Les Mason, the depot's chief counsel at the time, hired him to work part time.  

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ANAD Veterans continue to serve

Over 900 Veterans are employed at Anniston Army Depot - men and women who stepped up when the nation called and served in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, Army Reserves and National Guard. These employees continue to serve the military and their fellow Soldiers, Sailors and Airmen every day here at the depot. The Public Affairs Office asked veterans to volunteer and talk about their time in service. Here is a small piece of their stories.

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Key leaders discuss preserving the Industrial Base

Army Materiel Command’s top leader engaged congressional representatives and staff members May 14 for a candid discussion focused on preserving the country’s national security insurance policy. 

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Wounded warrior shares story of her “invisible disability”

Joye Brown enlisted in the Army young, just out of high school at the age of 18. She hoped the military would give her two things in exchange for her service - a college education and travel - but she never expected to get a 24/7 companion.
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