The next RAB meeting is scheduled for February 18th at Windham Township Hall. 6 PM.
August 2014: The remedial action for Ramsdell Quarry includes fencing the site to restrict access for unauthorized personnel. Click here for photos.
Click here for RAB agendas, minutes and presentations.
The most recent presentation is from the May 21 RAB meeting.
Camp Raven training center expected to get federal funds for expansion. Click for article.
Article from The Alliance Review: OLD RAVENNA ARSENAL MAY BE LAUNCHING SITE FOR ANTI-BALLISTIC MISSILES
See our new updated map showing Areas of Potential Contamination.
Army announces first five-year review of environmental remedies at Ravenna. Click here.
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 Ravenna Army Ammunition
Plant (RVAAP) in Ravenna, Ohio, formerly produced ammunition for U.S. military
during World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam conflict. About 93% of
the property that had been part of the RVAAP now has been transferred to the
stewardship of the Ohio National Guard. This transfer created the Camp Ravenna Joint Military Training Center. Camp Ravenna serves as a training ground for
the Ohio Army National Guard. The remaining RVAAP property is being studied
and cleaned up as needed to make its grounds environmentally safe for eventual
transfer to the Ohio National Guard.
This federal land, situated in Portage and Trumbull counties in northeast Ohio, is under a cleanup program that will identify and cleanup environmental contamination left from early operations.
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