A Public Meeting will be held Wednesday, March 6, 2019 for Army National Guard Release of Proposed Plans for three Munitions Response Sites at the Former Ravenna Army Ammunition Plant: Ramsdell Quarry Landfill Area 2 (South), Erie Burning Grounds, and Block D Igloo. Click here for more info.
The next RAB meeting is scheduled for May 22, 2019 at 6pm in the new Camp James A, Garfield headquarters building. Agenda TBD.
The Restoration Advisory Board (RAB) has vacant general public positions. Click here to complete an interest survey or here to learn more about the RAB.
Click here for RAB agendas, minutes and presentations.
The most recent presentations are from the Nov. 07, 2018 RAB meeting.
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.
Army Ammunition Plant
The former Ravenna Army Ammunition Plant (RVAAP), now known as Camp James A. Garfield Joint Military Training Center (Camp James A. Garfield), produced ammunition for U.S. military during World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam conflict.
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)
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. Click for more info and photos.
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