Range Mission: Implement the Army Sustainable Range Program and Integrated Training Area Management Program on Joint Base Lewis-McChord ranges and maneuver lands, and prescribe range safety and risk management policies and responsibilities for live fire and maneuver training.

About ITAM: The Integrated Training Areas Management program is the Army’s comprehensive approach to land management. ITAM is based on the integration of military mission, natural resource stewardship and environmental compliance. ITAM programs include: TRI, RTLA, LRAM and SRA.

Range Support Phone Numbers:

Fire Control Desk: 253-967-6371

Range Officer: 253-967-1555

Range Operations Officer: 253-967-4520

Live Fire Safety Section: 253-967-1554/1553, 253-966-1638

Current Operations: 253-966-1637

Range/Land Scheduling: 253-967-5060

Recreation Permits (Recording): 253-967-6277

Facilities Engineer: 253-967-6575

Target and Maintenance Manager: 253-967-1646

Target Issue (Bldg 4076): 253-967-1589

Natural Resources Section (ITAM): 253-967-1549

RFMSS/Automated Ranges Admin: 253-967-1552

Fax: 253-967-4520



JBLM Uses RFMSS for scheduling facilities that belong to the JBLM Range Complex:  Range Facility Management Support System

This video provides a brief explanation of this important tool for scheduling facliites on the JBLM Range Complex, please click HERE to view.

This video provides an overview of JBLM's 23 training areas, and how to schedule them, please click HERE view.

Area Access Individual/Group Permit Procedures:

Civilian Access Range Control operates the Area Access office to issue permits and grant non-training access to the Range Complex. The Area Access office is located in Building 4074, at the intersection of Stryker and Kaufman Avenues on JBLM Main. Telephone: 253-967-6277.

The Joint Base Lewis-McChord Range Complex rests on 64,000 acres of land, broken down into 32 separate training areas, 14 indirect firing points and 65 direct fire ranges. Twenty-one of the Training Areas are at times open for civilian recreational use that does not conflict with military operations. Please click HERE to view a video overview of how to access JBLM training areas for recreational purposes.

Activities include: hiking, horseback riding, dog training, wildlife and vegetation observation, orienteering, bicycling and photography.

Download a copy of the Area Access Brochure

Current information on Area Access Allocations 

Group Permits: Sample -- Sample  

Environmental Coordination Map: Map

The Environmental Coordination Map is the same map used on the back of the Solider field card handed out at the range support main office front desk

JBLM Atlas: Map

Revisions are done periodically, as needed.

Questions or comments regarding maps may be directed to 253-967-8401.


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Navigate JBLM on your smartphone using these maps and a PDF map reader. PDF Maps is a tested and verified app that is free for both Android and IOS.*

Download the PDF from the webpage and open it in PDF Maps. Your phone's internal GPS will pick up on your location and allow you to navigate JBLM on the map in real time.

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