NEWS | Feb. 11, 2020

Utah National Guard to Conduct Live-Fire Artillery at Camp Williams

By Lt. Col. D.J. Gibb, 801-716-9063 For Immediate Release

The Utah National Guard’s 640th Regiment, Regional Training Institute, is scheduled to conduct several artillery live-fire exercises at Camp Williams in the coming months.

Given the nature of these exercises, artillery fire will occur sporadically throughout the day, beginning at approximately 7 a.m. and ending approximately 9 p.m. The dates are as follows:

February 12-14

March 18-20

April 15-17

May 15-17

Those expected to be most affected by these events are residents of Bluffdale, Riverton, Herriman, Eagle Mountain, Saratoga Springs and Lehi.

These exercises are not open to the public or the media.

Updates and future live-fire events will be posted to our calendar online: https://ut.ng.mil/Calendar/

Please direct all questions via text or email to Maj. D.J. Gibb, 801-716-9063, ng.ut.utarng.list.pao@mail.mil.

 

 

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