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Training tower facility of Ohio Army National Guard Continuing progress on the cleanup of the former RVAAP is allowing for the facility to transition into its next use as a military training facility. Today, the facility is used by the Ohio Army National Guard (OHARNG) as a military training facility known as Camp James A. Garfield Joint Military Training Center (Camp James A. Garfield).

As the cleanup is completed, the sites are utilized by the OHARNG for various training purposes and missions. The vision of the OHARNG is for Camp James A, Garfield to serve a premier training center for Pre-Mobilization, Inactive Duty Training and Annual Training events and to be a training facility that provides a world-class range complex, maneuver training areas, and training support facilities which meet unit readiness requirements.

Ohio Army National Guard troops on training exercise.

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