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Marines To Conduct Field Artillery Training, October 4-28, 2022
03 Oct 2022 15:18
The 10th Marines Field Artillery Regiment will conduct their semi-annual field artillery section certifications, command-post exercise, and live-fire training, Operation Rolling Thunder Fall 2022, Oct. 4-28. Most significantly, the field artillery live fire portion of the exercise starts on Oct. 8. The 10th Marines will fire significant amounts of M777 Howitzer 155mm ammunition from eighteen different M777 Howitzers, which can be associated with loud explosions and reverberations upon detonation. Simultaneously, field artillery units from the 82nd Airborne Division and the 18th Field Artillery Brigade are expected to conduct live-fire training resulting in additional loud explosions and reverberations. While engaged in simulated combat conditions, all field artillery units will comply with existing requirements that prohibit them from massing fires larger than battalion size between 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. daily or from firing during the hours of 10 a.m. to noon on Sundays. “The training conducted at Fort Bragg is necessary to help maintain the 10th Marine Regiment’s readiness,” said Sharilyn Wells, Fort Bragg spokesperson. “We ask the communities surrounding Fort Bragg to be understanding while they are here training.” For all Fort Bragg noise questions, please visit the ‘noise abatement’ tab on our website home page at https://home.army.mil/bragg.
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For Upcoming Fort Bragg Family, Morale, Welfare and Recreation events, Please Visit their homepage HERE:

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 https://bragg.armymwr.com/

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Beginning Oct. 1, ArMA will be the primary source for non-emergency issues (Priority-2 & Priority-3) demand maintenance order (DMO) submissions. Military and Civilian personnel must register for ArMA to submit DMOs. User may use CAC to register and log in.

Priority 1, life/health/safety, issues will still be accepted via same day call-ins or drop-offs, call (910) 396- 0321. Click the link for more details.

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(CAC Enabled)