The U.S. Army’s Dugway base went on lockdown late Wednesday evening as part of “an ongoing security operation,” according to spokeswoman Paula Thomas.
Nearly 1,000 employees are stranded at the base, but Dugway Commander Col. William E. King, IV says food and beverages have been brought to the stranded employees. “As you know measures like these are not taken lightly,” he said. King said he will open the gates “as soon as possible.”
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