Armed Forces Reserve Center opens in Norman
NORMAN, Okla. (AP) - The first of seven new Armed Forces Reserve
Centers that will replace more than 50 armories in Oklahoma has
opened in Norman.
The $47 million, 244,000-square-foot Norman Armed Forces Reserve
Center that will be used for training and other purposes was
dedicated Monday. It will house seven Oklahoma Army National Guard
units and five Army Reserve units.
Other reserve centers are to be built in Mustang, McAlester,
Broken Arrow, Lawton, Enid and Muskogee.
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