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Video by Leanna Maschino
Camp Gruber opens first fire station since WWII
Oklahoma National Guard
March 24, 2021 | 1:44
Members of Camp Gruber Training Center, near Braggs, Oklahoma, held a ribbon cutting ceremony, Wednesday, in celebration of their new fire station opening since WWII. The Camp Gruber Fire Department's mission is to serve CGTC and its surrounding communities as part of a mutual aid agreement with Braggs, Fort Gibson and Muskogee. CGFD is one of 54 Fire and Emergency Services across the continental US and Puerto Rico and will operate 24 hours per day, seven days per week.

CG Information:

Lee Horst (00:02-00:06)
Fire Chief, Camp Gruber Fire Department

Col. Brad Carter (00:47-00:51)
Garrison Commander, Camp Gruber Training Center

Maj. Gen. Michael Thompson (1:31-1:38)
Adjutant General for Oklahoma