Range Operations provides a safe, accessible and sustainable Range Complex consisting of ranges, training land, air space, and training facilities. Range Operations enables the commander's capability to train in a variety of environments including urban, rural, forested, and open terrain, as mission dictates.
Primary support is to Total Force units which include all Army components: Active, Reserve, and National Guard. Range Operations also provides support as available to non-Army Department of Defense units, non-DoD entities such as civilian law enforcement agencies, and foreign allied units.
Range Operations personnel process the scheduling of training events on the installation and enforce safety, operational requirements, and environmental policies. The Range Safety Officer provides oversight responsibility and monitors the effectiveness of the installation's range safety program.
|Zero ranges||Automated MRF ranges||Automated Combat Pistol ranges|
|MPMG ranges||MPRC-L||Grenade Launcher range|
|Grenade range||Convoy Live Fire range||Light Demo range|
|Heavy Demo range||Urban Assault Course||Live Fire Shoot House|
|Obstacle course||Rappel Tower||Land Navigation courses|
|MOUT sites||IED Defeat lane||LZs|
|Tactical Airstrip||Heliport||Parachute Drop Zones|
All training facilities and support assets such as billeting will be scheduled through the Range Facility Management Support System (RFMSS). RFMSS requests will be electronic, utilizing the online RFMSS WEB Interface. If you are not familiar with RFMSS, please send a detailed request for information to: FHL-RangeScheduling@army.mil
Documentation and Regulations:
All regulations, required forms, and general use maps can be downloaded from the RFMSS library.
Unit Planning and Resource:
It is recommended for units to use the Geographic Information Supporting Military Operations (GISMO) when planning training events. GISMO is available via CAC login at HTTPS://GISMO/NCB.ARMY.MIL. GISMO is a geospatial data viewer designed to assist users by providing map-based query and display of the installation's ranges and training facilities. Information on training assets include interactive grid references and the ability to print maps based on user selections.
FHL OIC/RSO Certification Course:
Range Operations provides a comprehensive Range Certification Briefing every Friday at 1 p.m. in Building 320-C.