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Calamityville at Wright State University

Calamityville is a training, testing, and research venue where military and civilian emergency first responders hone their skills while building relationships.

Aerial photo of Calamityville

Calamityville is set on over 50 acres in Fairborn, Ohio, and uses unique props and realistic simulated settings to duplicate the full range of hazardous environments seen in both man-made and natural disasters.


Get prepared for the next disaster with our mix of classrooms and realistic, scenario-based training exercises


Utilize our facility to test your technology in an active training environment


Conduct your research in a controlled, yet realistic, disaster setting


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.

Pilot program

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

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