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Thursday, April 23, 2015 - 3:18pm
Jill Marsh receives an award of commendation from VP of Defense & Special Ops, Wade Owens.

Ms. Jill Marsh, Oak Grove Exercise Support Cell Logistics and Supply Technician for Camp Mackall Support Company, Support Battalion, 1ST Special Warfare Training Group (Airborne), USAJFKSWCS, Fort Bragg, NC received significant praise and commendation from the government agency she supports for her role in managing a complex and difficult transition/closeout action for a major procurement activity/program.

The procurement activity/program was a linchpin in providing support and services to...

Sunday, April 19, 2015 - 3:00pm

Several employees enjoyed rodeo, food, vendors and of course, good ol’ fashioned fun at the 3rd Annual Raeford Rodeo presented by Mountain Mule Packers and our good friend, Mike Toberer.

Paraclete skydiving team enter the arena at the opening ceremony.

Friday night at the Mountain Mule Packer Ranch in Raeford, NC began with Paraclete Parachute Team jumping in as the color guard of a local high school presented the American flag during the singing of the National Anthem.  This was followed by events including, roping, team...

Monday, March 23, 2015 - 12:50pm

The North Carolina Tactical Officers Association (NCTOA) braved the cold February weather on the range and in the shoot house at the Oak Grove Training Center

25 operators from 12 different North Carolina police and sheriff departments spent the chilly day practicing live firearms skills and scenario-based drills. The training consisted of the basic methodology and thought processes of close quarter battle, and included a hostage rescue scenario.

Oak Grove instructors personally ...

Friday, February 27, 2015 - 9:51am

Oak Grove employees were out in abundance to show their support at Military Appreciation Night as the NC State Wolfpack took on the Oklahoma State University Cowboys.  The evening not only produced a close dual, but also an opportunity to commemorate our nation's military personnel.  Special guests included:  Medal of Honor recipient Dakota Meyer, and two members of the 75th Ranger Regiment: Jason Conde and Raymond Castillo.  Current UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez and UFC middleweight fighter Luke Rockhold also made guest appearances.

Medal of Honor recipient Dakota Meyer (...
Saturday, February 21, 2015 - 2:27pm

St. Patrick’s Day might be over, but at Oak Grove, we still celebrate the Irish; the Washington Irish Men's Rugby Football Club, that is! The team competes in the Division II Mid-Atlantic Rugby Football Union of USA Rugby. Founded in 1980, the Irish are based in the Washington, DC, metro area and are gearing up to begin their Spring 2015 season in just a few weeks.

Washington Irish Men's Rugby Football Club sporting the Oak Grove logo.

 

Marketing Director, Kate McLean, won the scrum at Casino Night.

The club hosted their annual Black Tie Casino Night at The Gryphon in...

Tuesday, February 17, 2015 - 3:20pm

The Oak Grove Training Center had some great company during the last week of January 2015; elements of Special Forces used both the Village and Range Complexes for training. 

Two Special Forces teams practiced a number of drills on our 50m x 50m small arms range. Upon arrival, the teams confirmed zero ​ on their weapons systems and practiced transition drills that were all timed and included shooting while moving, multiple target indexing, and shooting and moving ​from behind barriers;...

Wednesday, January 7, 2015 - 2:40pm

The sound of guns firing is music to our ears at the Oak Grove Training Center.

Last month, December 9-12, PNW Arms leased the the range complex at the Oak Grove Training Center for use in testing out a few of their products (guns and ammunition); they even invited approximately 50 guests from the military and other personnel to do the testing themselves. PNW Arms puts much research and skill into their products design and development, and has seemingly coined the term "weapons science" to mean innovations in weapons technology...

Two Wake County Sheriffs practice tactical maneuvers at the Oak Grove Training Center out of the back of a Bear Cat.
Friday, November 21, 2014 - 4:37pm

“Extraordinary Training Facilities, with excellent staff that will bend over backwards to create a realistic training environment for a multitude of situations.”

This is one of many sentiments expressed by members of the Wake County Sheriff's Department who took part in some training at the Oak Grove Training Center earlier this month. From Nov. 3 - 6 members of the Wake County Sheriff's Department practiced various simulated events utilizing the Oak Grove Training Center's shoot house, range (where they incorporated practice in a bear cat), and obstacle course. All of the training...

Monday, November 10, 2014 - 3:22pm

November 4, 2014  The Oak Grove Training Center's helicopter landing zone (HLZ) was recently surveyed and approved,  Here's a video of the very first Black Hawk to use the HLZ.

Wednesday, October 17, 2012 - 5:09pm

“ . . . every business--not just those in the social media space--will need to take a mobile-first approach in the coming years.”

So posits Inc. in an article titled “Survey: How Mobile Will Change Business” (Sep 25, 2012). The author claims that “mobile has the power to reshape entire industries and these changes will be swift.” A new eLearning contract we won recently bears witness to this. It includes options to develop for myriad mobile devices.

Clinicians, equipment maintainers,...