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Army Opens Ravenna Arsenal for Tours

by WKSU's JULIE GRANT


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People who've always been curious about the Army's 21-thousand acre munitions plant in Ravenna are getting the chance to tour the facility this week.
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Some buildings store National Guard equipment
People getting off the tour bus
Catwalks connect buildings
The army plans to burn six melt and pour buildings
Melt and pour building
Women worked making smaller explosive devices during WWII
A look inside
 
Contractors use wiring to check pipes for explosives
The 21-thousand acre site is surrounded by barbed wire fence
 
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