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CAMP RIPLEY

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Flying to Camp Ripley for the day, 25 educators from across the state were guests of the Army National Guard as they were given a helicopter ride and a tour of the camp.
Veterans from all branches of the service are welcome and encouraged to attend. Spouses are also invited to attend this seminar.
Drills and exercises at the Joint Emergency Response Training Center will include simulated responses to rail car leaks, pipeline incidents, tanker truck crashes and other hazmat transportation
More than 100 people gathered for a “Mission Brief” event Sept. 14, at the 34th Infantry Division Headquarters in Arden Hills to hear about the $33 million project.
The Morrison County Historical Society's annual meeting Sept. 20 at Camp Ripley Town Hall will include a presentation by the Mississippi Headwaters Program director for the Minnesota, North Dakota
A $400,000 contribution renews focus on the Sentinel Landscape, where private lands’ forest management can improve resiliency and habitat, protect the National Guard’s mission.

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The camp is expected to host artillery and demolition ranges throughout the 2022 summer.
Though crews have been using the building for about a month, they are still moving everything into the new building while maintaining 24-hour readiness to help the community in any way they can, the
Topics for this seminar will be on veterans benefits, Tri-Care insurance, ID cards, Yellow Ribbon, State Veterans Cemetery and more.

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