Camp Keyes

About

Camp Keyes was established in 1882, overlooking the city of Augusta, Maine. Containing approximately 70 acres, Camp Keyes was used as a training area during WWI and WWII, and also housed POWs during WWII.

Today Camp Keyes houses the 240th Regiment Regional Training Institute, as well as facilities for training National Guard units stationed throughout Maine as well as other state and federal agencies.

Home to
Primary Units: 
240th Regional Training Institute (RTI)
Maine National Guard
121st Public Affairs Detachment
1968th Contract Contingency Team
120th Regional Support Group
Nearest City: 
Augusta
State: 
ME
Country: 
US
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