Communications-Applied Technology (C-AT) has been awarded contracts to provide the radio communications and integrated “wired” intercom systems for the U.S. Army’s new Pueblo and Blue Grass facilities where stockpiled chemical munitions have been stored and will be destroyed.  Personnel entering the toxic/IDLH areas wearing special protective ensembles will be able to communicate hands-free/full duplex with other entrants and support personnel. C-AT has provided the Army with this system since 1982.