Calamityville

An invaluable experience

Screams for help and sounds of a responding medical helicopter filled the air during a live training exercise at Wright State’s Calamityville Continue reading

Calamityville to host 9/11 Memorial Ceremony

The City of Fairborn will hold its annual 9/11 Memorial Ceremony on Sunday, Sept. 11, at 2 p.m. at Wright State’s Calamityville, 506 East Xenia Drive. Continue reading

Respond and protect

Wright State hosts area police departments for active shooter training

The Wright State Police Department joined dozens of officers from Greene and Montgomery counties in an active threat training exercise at Wright State’s Calamityville. Continue reading

Pilot program

Armed with paintball guns, Wright State Army ROTC cadets participated in a downed pilot scenario and ambush training exercises at Calamityville. Continue reading

Wright State’s Calamityville to host commemoration of 20th anniversary of 9/11

The City of Fairborn will hold its 9/11 Memorial Ceremony on Saturday, Sept. 11, at 8:30 a.m., at Wright State’s Calamityville, 506 West Xenia Drive. Continue reading

Calamityville in action

Sounds of explosions, circular saws cutting through plywood and buzzing of UAV’s filled the air during a live training at Wright State University’s Calamityville. Continue reading

Training day

Wright State nursing students participated in the hands-on training along with nursing students from Indiana University and social work students from Miami University. Continue reading

Disaster training

Wright State University nursing students scream for help while injured patients lie motionless in an abandoned cement facility at Calamityville. Continue reading

Ready to act

Volunteer high school students from Live Oaks Career Campus in Milford scream for help while injured patients lie motionless in an equipment storage facility at Calamityville. Continue reading

Watch: Ready to help

Video: Volunteer high school students scream for help after a simulated tornado training program at the National Disaster Health Consortium. Continue reading