94th Training Division breaks ground for new Army Reserve training center
(L-R) Brig. Gen. Steven W. Ainsworth, commander 94th Training Division, Col. Paul K. Brooks U.S. Army Garrison Commander Fort Lee, Mr. John G. Royster, Master Planning Division branch chief, Department of Public Works Fort Lee, Mr. Anthony Weaver, Corps of Engineers Norfolk District Construction Lead, and Mrs. Betty Brown, team chief of The Army School System Training Center-Fort Lee break ground during a ceremony for a new training facility May 12, 2016. The 39,127-square-foot training center will be equipped with 15 classrooms and will include a maintenance training area for transportation courses, as well as a state of the art instructional kitchen for food service specialist courses. Ninety-fourth TD instructors could potentially train 2,635 Soldiers while teaching 120 classes annually.

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