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The most recent presentations are from the Nov. 16, 2016 RAB meeting.
See our new updated map showing Areas of Potential Contamination.
Click here for a Record-Courier article on the Ohio National Guard training exercises at RVAAP, June 1980.
Click here for a look at rare and historic Ravenna Ordnance Plant Newsletters from the 1940s.
Be sure to check out our new Current Activities page for photos and info on the latest developments at RVAAP.
Click here to view the RVAAP Access Web Site Presentation.
Army Ammunition Plant
Uniting National Defense and Environmental Restoration
The former Ravenna Army Ammunition Plant (RVAAP), now known as the Camp Ravenna Joint Military Training Center (Camp Ravenna), produced ammunition for U.S. military during World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam conflict. Administrative accountability for the entire 21,683-acre facility has been transferred to the United States Property and Fiscal Office (USP&FO) for Ohio and subsequently licensed to the Ohio Army National Guard (OHARNG) for use as a military training site, Camp Ravenna. The RVAAP restoration program involves cleanup of former production/operational areas throughout the facility related to former activities conducted under the RVAAP.
Camp Ravenna, located in northeastern Ohio within Portage and Trumbull counties, is approximately three (3) miles east/northeast of the City of Ravenna and one (1) mile north/northwest of the City of Newton Falls. The facility is approximately 11 miles long and 3.5 miles wide. The facility is bounded by State Route 5, the Michael J. Kirwan Reservoir, and the CSX System Railroad to the south; Garret, McCormick, and Berry Roads to the west; the Norfolk Southern Railroad to the north; and State Route 534 to the east. In addition, the facility is surrounded by the communities of Windham, Garrettsville, Charlestown, and Wayland.
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