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Camp Ripley Maneuver and Training Center



Personnel from the Camp Ripley Dept. of Roads and Ground set fire to one of the ranges at Camp Ripley Maneuver and Training Center on March 31, 2010. The range is being burned in preparation of the up-coming summer training season at Camp Ripley, Minn. and will help to eliminate the potential of uncontrollable wild fires. (photo by Minnesota National Guard 1st Lt. Kenneth Toole)(Released)

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