Established as U.S. Naval Magazine Port Chicago in June 1942, Naval Weapons Station Concord (NWSC) was for many years the United States’ “largest West Coast ammunition transshipment port.” It was more.
Combining facts and figures with first-hand accounts, author John Keibel takes the reader Behind the Barbed Wire of this former northern California naval base to explore a multifaceted history that includes:
Through this website learn more about the book Behind the Barbed Wire: History of Naval Weapons Station Concord and how to purchase copies.
Looking for a speaker? Author John Keibel has a 25-minute presentation on the weapons station's history. Contact him: (925) 686-0525 or email@example.com.
Behind the Barbed Wire presentation and book-signing - 1:00PM on Saturday, June 15, 2013, at the Railroad Book Depot (650 Railroad Ave, Pittsburg, CA)