I performed archaeological studies at Fort Dix, McGuire Air Force Base and Warren Grove Naval Bombing Range in New Jersey and the Naval Surface Weapons Center near White Oak Maryland.
Found some interesting things at Fort Dix and the Naval Surface Weapons Station. In all cases, the military was cooperative and professional in undertaking this work and it was a pleasure and honor to work with them.
|Army archaeologists discovering history at Fort Drum
| Posted by xcamel
On News/Activism 12/10/2005 5:29:36 PM PST · 21 replies · 535+ views
AP ^ | December 10, 2005 | WILLIAM KATES
FORT DRUM, N.Y. -- Building for the future at the U.S. Army's Fort Drum is helping unveil the past. The newest discovery at the northern New York Army post is a prehistoric boat-building site near what would have been the shoreline of Glacial Lake Iroquois. A team of Fort Drum archaeologists surveying a wooded hillside near where the Army is putting a new National Guard training site unearthed an unusual looking stone tool. With the help of a U.S. Marine archaeologist, the team was able to identify it as a triangular-pointed reamer, a typical prehistoric boat-building tool. They also found...