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JOINT FORCES RESERVE CENTER, ELEANOR, PUTNAM COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA, USA



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Location Category ID:
98720
Address: 106 Army-Navy Road (near Ash Street), Eleanor
Telephone: 1-877-277-9503, 304-201-3087 (Family Assistance Center)
Email: melanie.miller3 [at] us.army.mil (Family Assistance Center) (Replace [at] with @)
Opening Times:
Official Website: 2006 WVNG Annual Report PDF
Other Links: BBL Carlton
Putnam Standard
Town of Eleanor
Global Security.org
Latitude, Longitude: 38.53304351 , -81.93245173
Location Accuracy: 7
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Construction was completed in 2006 on the Eleanor Armed Forces Reserve Center. B.B.L. Carlton LLC constructed the $12.5 million dollar facility that is home to over 450 Army National Guardsmen and 300 Navy Reservists. The Armed Forces Reserve Center is located adjacent to the Combined Support Maintenance Shop and is home to the WVARNG's 111th Engineer Brigade, Troop B of the 150th Armored Reconnaissance Squadron, and the 3664th Maintenance Company.
Tank Automotive Command (TACOM) has leased space at the Controlled Humidity Preservations (CHP) Facility in Eleanor for storage of M1A2 tanks.


1) M41 Walker Bulldog Light Tank American


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Unique ID: 1319
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Other Identification: Painted overall in a green, brown and sand camouflage scheme.

This tank is on display beside a flagpole in front of the building. It is mounted on a concrete pad.