Col. Daniel Johnson
- Commander, CBJTC
Command Sgt. Maj. Robert Hosford
- CSM, CBJTC
Year in Review - 2015
Camp Blanding Joint Training Center (CBJTC) near Starke, is the National Guard’s premier training
site in North Florida. The 73,000-acre post provides resources to enhance joint, interagency,
intergovernmental, and multinational training in support of our nation, state and communities. As a key
stakeholder in the region, CBJTC continues to grow new partnerships and enhance existing ones.
Quality customer service is provided to a wide range of customers spanning the Joint, Interagency,
Intergovernmental and Multinational (JIIM) Spectrum. This diverse customer base keeps CBJTC relevant
while providing various revenue streams to sustain its capabilities. The application of state and federal
funds provides continual improvements for existing services, creates opportunities for the development
of new ranges, and supports construction of facilities to better meet the needs of our customers. Camp
Blanding remains committed to and capable of supporting JIIM organizations desiring to train both federal
and state missions.
Named after former Chief of the National Guard Bureau and Florida Guardsman, Army Lt. Gen. Albert Hazen
Blanding, the post has been an important training site for our military members since World War II. In January
2015, CBJTC celebrated its 75th Anniversary recognizing its past importance as a mobilization station as
well as highlighting its future relevance in the current Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous (VUCA)
Camp Blanding aspires to be the premier domestic and combat training facility in the southeastern U.S
with a focus on Unified Land Operations up to brigade size elements. It continually seeks opportunities to
offer training for the “whole of government” approach while showcasing its capabilities as a state-of-theart,
year-round training venue.