Vermont Army National Guard Offers Training Site Tour | Vermont News

JERICHO, Vermont (AP) — The Vermont Army National Guard is hosting a public tour of the Camp Ethan Allen training site in Jericho early next month.

The event will include an overview of the organization and capabilities of the Vermont National Guard, a tour of the biathlon course, and a look at the construction site of a new Army Mountain Warfare School, said the Keep. The Camp Ethan Allen training site is over 11,000 acres (4,450 hectares).

“While the range has served the training needs of the Vermont National Guard and region for nearly 100 years, our capabilities have grown significantly in recent years,” said Lt. Col. David Fabricius, plan and area manager. operations, in writing. declaration. “Units from all over come here to qualify on the crew served mounted weapons and we continue to adapt to meet new training standards for rifle and pistol qualification standards, in addition to many other opportunities to training throughout the year.

Those interested in attending the tour on December 3 should register by completing the contact form available online at www.vtguard.com/CEATS.

Tours are limited to 20 people due to transportation constraints, the Guard said.

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