Posted February 20, 2016 1:45 pm by Comments

By Justin Stakes

Over 20 projects were conducted over the course of 2015, totaling over $900,000. Renovations in 2016 are expected to match or exceed that, with possibly millions of dollars spent to uphold and improve the historical grounds of Camp Perry.

By Ashley Brugnone, CMP Writer

Over 20 projects were conducted over the course of 2015, totaling over $900,000. Renovations in 2016 are expected to match or exceed that, with possibly millions of dollars spent to uphold and improve the historical grounds of Camp Perry.
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Camp Perry, OH -(AmmoLand.com)- “This is the planning time right now – planning for projects and making sure that the projects we are executing can either be complete by the time the National Matches start, or we wait until after the National Matches end,” said CPT Michael Yates, Base Operations Supervisor of Camp Perry.

CPT Yates has been a part of Fort Ohio (which oversees Ohio’s three National Guard facilities: Camp Perry, Camp Ravenna and Camp Sherman) since 2009, after returning from a tour in Iraq. He began as the Range Operations Manager at Camp Ravenna before becoming the Camp Perry Base Operations Supervisor in June 2014. With the help of CPT Yates and other dedicated staff members through the years, Camp Perry has seen a lot of crucial development on the grounds that has helped keep the post the treasured destination it is today.

Over the past three-to-five years, …Read the Rest

Source:: AmmoLand

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