ND Guard Dedicates New Readiness Center| 9/7/2012
Courtesy ND National Guard
"The North Dakota National Guard and Guard units across the country are being asked to expand their missions and perform additional duties both here at home and abroad," said Lt. Gov. Drew Wrigley, who attended the ceremony. "This new addition to the Camp Grafton Readiness Center will provide our Guardsmen with the training they need to prepare for the missions of the future and to be ready for whatever they are called on to do in support of our state and nation."
"The dedication symbolizes the growth and change of the ND National Guard as it continues to expand to meet training needs and mission growth as it serves the state and the nation`s Guard," said Maj. Gen. David Sprynczynatyk, North Dakota adjutant general. "I thank all who have been involved in the process of making this new building come to fruition as it will provide training for our future leaders both in the ND National Guard as well as troops across the entire nation."
The original readiness center was built in 1982.