Updated: 9:48 PM MST
The Yuma Proving Ground has been named the Army's busiest test center for the third year in a row.
YPG officials said the testing site racked up nearly 2.3 million labor hours in the 2012 fiscal year.
That's more than a fourth of the Army Test and Evaluation Command's total test workload.
Lieutenant Colonel Chad Harris said YPG's dedication to the mission has proven itself.
Though test budgets are expected to decline in the coming years YPG leaders are confident customers will want to continue working with the busy proving ground.