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LTC Tom Tadsen (retired) Receives Awards for Dedication to the RVAAP Restoration Advisory Board.

LTC Tom Tadsen received the State of Ohio Distinguished Service Medal from the Ohio Army National Guard and a Certificate of Appreciation from the Ohio EPA for his dedication and support to the RVAAP Restoration Program Restoration Advisory Board (RAB). The awards were presented at the RAB meeting on October 16, 2019 where LTC Tadsen's efforts were praised and celebrated. LTC Tadsen is stepping down as the RAB Community Co-Chair. He will be missed. Thank you, Sir, for your dedication to the RVAAP Restoration Program.


RVAAP Restoration Team Receives Award

The RVAAP restoration program team receives the 2018 Secretary of the Army Environmental Restoration Team Award for the cleanup at RVAAP-05 Winklepeck Burning Grounds which ultimately helped to facilitate the construction of two military ranges at Camp Ravenna.

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Camp Ravenna Training Center Renamed to Honor Past, Transition to Future

Maj. Gen. John C. Harris Jr. (right), Ohio assistant adjutant general for Army, unveils a new sign for Camp James A. Garfield during a ceremony Oct. 10, 2018, at the newly renamed training site near Newton Falls, Ohio. Formerly known as Camp Ravenna Joint Military Training Center, the installation is undergoing $37 million in upgrades as part of a plan to become a world-class training destination for military units as well as civilian law enforcement and first responders. (Ohio National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Michael Carden)

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