Yuma Proving Ground

Victor Calderón/KAWC

Top U.S. Army officials were at the Yuma Proving Ground on Wednesday to celebrate the first phase of a project they say will guide the agency for the next 40 years. 

 

A group of eight soldiers and civilians from the Airborne Test Force at the Yuma Proving Ground are making face masks from parachute rigging gear for thousands at the base. 

Kim Johnson

The Army showed the media it's newest artillery cannon Friday.  The XM1299 prototype is being tested at the Yuma Proving Ground.  

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Arizona Edition Live

Show Number 39

The U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground is a source of pride for people who live in southwestern Arizona.  It’s main mission – support the U.S. military (and sometimes military from other nations) by making sure the equipment it uses, everything from clothing to flashlights, vehicles and weapons, are effective and safe to use. But that is far from all that happens at the busy facility.

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Arizona has become one of the fastest-growing states in the nation. And to keep with that growth Governor Doug Ducey announced a plan to invest $4.6-billion dollars into Arizona's highways, bridges, and airports.

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