Incoming troops for training must carry their own water at the U.S. Army National Training Center on Oct. 13, 2016 in Fort Irwin, Calif. A newly opened $100 million water treatment plant will tap underground aquifers for the 26,000 people on the base, which covers an area larger than Rhode Island.
Incoming troops for training must carry their own water at the U.S. Army National Training Center on Oct. 13, 2016 in Fort Irwin, Calif. A newly opened $100 million water treatment plant will tap underground aquifers for the 26,000 people on the base, which covers an area larger than Rhode Island. Gina Ferazzi Los Angeles Times/TNS
Incoming troops for training must carry their own water at the U.S. Army National Training Center on Oct. 13, 2016 in Fort Irwin, Calif. A newly opened $100 million water treatment plant will tap underground aquifers for the 26,000 people on the base, which covers an area larger than Rhode Island. Gina Ferazzi Los Angeles Times/TNS

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