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Training Activities at Arden Hills Training Site

Minnesota National Guard CAMP RIPLEY, Minn- The Minnesota Air Rescue Team made up of the Minnesota State Patrol and St Paul Fire Department will be conducting night operations air rescue training with one aircraft on Arden Hills Army Training Site

The training will take place during the evenings of December 1st, 2nd, and 5th from 7:30 pm to 10:00 pm within the training area on the Arden Hills Army Training Site in order to practice rescue operations at night

Additionally during this week, State fire crews, Department of Public Works, and environmental representatives from Camp Ripley and the Arden Hills Army Training Site will be conducting controlled burns on December 4th

Brush piles will be burnt starting December 4th throughout the day in several areas on the Arden Hills Army Training Site for the purpose of clearing training area of brush that may be training hazards during the summer

"The staff at Camp Ripley apologizes for any inconveniences to the community; however conducting the burns greatly reduces the chances for uncontrollable wildfires," said Col Scott St Sauver, Camp Ripley Post Commander

For more information on the Minnesota National Guard visit: www.MinnesotaNationalGuard.org, or find us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/MinnesotaNationalGuard You can also follow the 34th Red Bull Infantry Division at http://www.facebook.com/TheRedBulls

Contact Minnesota National Guard Public Affairs at mn.ng.web@mail.mil, or call office line: 651-282-4410 or after hours cell: 612-867-2382

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