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15 August 1917, Colonel William J. Snow presented his plan to the War Department to expand the School of Fire’s physical plant to accommodate the influx of students being trained for combat in France.

14 August 1954, The Artillery School officially opened Snow Hall (B730) to replace McNair Hall built in the 1930s. It housed classrooms and administrative offices and was air conditioned. The building had 190,000 square feet of floor space and facilities to accommodate 2,500 students and furnished the school with a centralized location for classrooms and headquarters.

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