Wright-Patterson Air Force Base to hold training exercises today

People living near Wright Patterson Air Force Base (W.P.A.F.B.) may hear and even see a lot more traffic than normal today.

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The base will be conducting training exercises involving emergency vehicles and alert sirens, a WPAFB spokesperson said.

The training will temporarily block roadways.

The base is asking people to not call 911.

Emergency response agencies and dispatch centers from nearby communities have also been notified of the training exercise, according to the spokesperson.

The National Museum of the U.S. Air Force will be closed for the exercise and reopen Wednesday, Feb. 14, at 9 a.m.