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JERICHO, Vt.

Vermont National Guard to train at firing range

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The Vermont National Guard will be firing small arms and machine guns during training at the Ethan Allen firing range in Jericho this month. The small arms training will take place Wednesday through the end of August. Machine gun and small arms training is scheduled for the next two weekends, as well. Guard officials said the training will take place between 7:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. on each day, with live fire training wrapping up in the late afternoon.

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