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Catching up on US Bio Labs. Part 2

Updated: May 8, 2022





Due to the fact that I am currently working on and airing this content on the pages. I figured it was in due order to catch you up on the first 2 parts of this 4-part project that I have easily spent roughly 20 hours digging into.


Part 3 will air directly from my page on Facebook tonight at 6pm EST. Which I will post here afterwards. Part 4 will more than likely air on Monday at 6pm EST. I am a single father. So, I will be spending the weekend with my child focused on her.


The 2 videos combined already put out over 2 hours of content. Which is why I had to break this up into 4 pars. No one really wants to listen to someone talk for 4 hours in one shot. Especially not a disgruntled veteran.


So, lets dig into the 2nd segment.


U.S Bio Labs Part 2




A list of references and notes from the video!


What we know already


The US had a biological weapons program that operated at Fort Detrick from 1943-1969

  • We know that the facility rebranded itself as a “biological defense” program and remained at Fort Detrick

  • We know that the United States carried out experiments on American citizens without their consent. Tuskegee Experiments, Subway Experiments in New York, The San Fransisco experiment, Operation Ranch Hand.

  • We know that the United States is still using Chemical weapons. White Phosphorus

  • We know one of the old facilities used to stockpile weapons is being used as a gated and guarded National Wildlife Refuge

How many biological labs does the United States have and where are they located? This is a rabbit hole that was hard to go down. And is still very hard to find true data on where ALL of these facilities could be.

Keep in mind that most of these facilities more than likely fall under the guise of Medical Research facilities as well. Spread across multiple DOD and Federal Agencies like the CDC and NIH

  • We already know that Fort Detrick is the main hub for biological research. USAMRIID (army.mil)

As covered in part 1. The United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases facility at Fort Detrick, specializes in Bio Defense. They also have a special pathogens laboratory listed on their page.

  • USAMRIID (army.mil)

  • Per the page itself. “The Special Pathogens Laboratory (SPL) receives and analyzes clinical, environmental and BIOLOGICAL material for the presence of biological threat agents and disease-causing agents.”

  • They also list that they are one of three national laboratories in the CDC’s laboratory response network (LRN) and is a member of the Defense Laboratory Network (DLN)

First, we must look at the command that The Unted States army Meical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases belongs to.

  • The United States Army Medical Research and Development Command. USAMRDC: Mission/Vision (army.mil)

  • The United States Army Medical Research and Development Command states that their mission is to be the Army’s medical material developer. With emphasis on medical research, development and acquisition.

  • MRDC Headquarters is in Fort Detrick Maryland. The connection to Fort Detrick historically, cannot be ignored. And as each part progresses. You will see the importance of this facility. Remember that it once housed the U.S Biological Weapons program.

Subordinate Commands! One must first note the geo location of many of the facilities that MRDC has. They are in very close proximity to the Washington D.C metroplex. Why is this so important? The Pentagon and Capitol Hill. The following locations are listed on their website. U.S. Army Medical Research and Development Command (USAMRDC) worldwide command locations


On their website they list that they are organized into five division:

  • Biophysics and Biomedical Modeling

  • Military Nutrition

  • Military Performance

  • Thermal and Mountain Medicine

  • Research support

  • U.S Army Medical Research of Chemical Defense-Aberdeen, MD Who We Are - USAMRICD (army.mil)

“Welcome to the Nation’s Center of Excellence for Medical Chemical Defense Research and Training”

This is the part where it starts to get really interesting. As the websites no only go directly to the U.S Embassy websites regarding these programs.