Daddy National Guard camp 9 Feb 1955
the late the in promoted posi Maj. Robert A, Keyes Reports on Guard incampment Plans Major Robert A. Keyes, assist- nt adjutant general of Montana, oday reported that plan* for 955 national guard encampment ire progressing well and that ections of land are being ftiade vailable to the guard again this ear for firing range and er areas. "We appreciate the wonderful o-operation of those who are making their land available to us," Major Keyes said. He added Nat the Helena Chamber of merce has been instrumental making arrangements for the additional areas required, without which the guard would have go someplace else for summer raining. w About 2,300 men are expected o come to Helena for the en- :ampment, which 4 is scheduled 'or June 12-26.