Camp Bullis Offers a wide range of training possibilities:
Range Operations encompasses the Fire Desk, Range Controllers, Scheduling, Supply, and Range Maintenance
Requirements include: Range Card, 295-7510, FM Communications and medical support
E6 and above can sign for TS, TA, and be OIC or RSO for firing ranges
Risk assessment deadlines:
Safety - 10 days prior to training
Range Control - day of training and must be present during training
12 Direct Fire Ranges (Largest Caliber: 7.62 Machine Gun)
1. TRAINING SUPPORT:
LIVE FIRE RANGES
|Sportsman's 1/2 Range||Known Distance Range (Bravo)||Combat Pistol Qualification Course|
|Basic 10/25< Zero Range (Charlie)||Multipurpose Machine Gun Range||Automated Field Fire Range|
|Automated Record Fire Range||Modified Record Fire Range||Grenade Launcher Range|
|Hand Grenade Qualification Range||Hand Grenade Familiarization Range (Practice Rounds Only)||Heavy Demolition Range (Largest Charge: 25 lbs)|
|Convoy Live Fire Range||1 NBC Chamber||Shoot House|
|Land Navigation/Basic Compass (TS-1)||Land Navigation Course (TS-2)||Bivouac Area (TS-3)|
|Leader Reaction Courses (TS-4)||Mobilization/Driver Training Course (TS-5)||Black Jack Village (TS-6)|
|Black Jack Village Annex (TS-6A)||Litter Obstacle Course (TS-7)||Bivouac Assembly Area (TS-8)|
|Land Navigation Course - Advance (TS-9)||DZ Hall (TS-10)||Rappel Cliff (TS-11)|
|CALS (TS-12)||Obstacle Course (TS-13)||Parade Field (TS-14)|
|C4 Training Area (TS-15)||Rappel Towers (TS-17)||DZ Buck (TS-18)|
|DZ Cougar (TS-19)||DZ Turkey (TS-20)||Medical Lane Training (TS-21)|
|FOB (TS-22)||Mobilization Site (TS-23)||Medical Bivouac Site (TS-24)|
|MOUT (TS-25)||IED-D: Lane (TS-25A)||IED-D: Lane (TS-25B)|
|IED-D: Lane (TS-25C)||IED-D: Lane (TS-25D)||Camp Anderson/Peters (TS-26)|
|CTF (TS-27)||INSCOM Detention Training Facility (IDTF) (TS-28)||Field Training Site 68W (TS-29)|
|RVTT (TS-30)||HEAT (TS-31)||ITA (TS-32)|
2. OTHER SUPPORT
PORT-A-JOHNS and DUMPSTERS
- POC: Call 221-4588. You must meet contractor at building 6110 to lead to your training area. The contractor will not place the item automatically. Units will need to provide a guide.
- Turn in food requests to the Camp Bullis Dining Facility, building 5107. POC : Call 221-5505
- Requests for MREs and mermites go to RLBC, fax 221-1810, phone 221-2270.
3. POINTS OF CONTACT
FIRE DESK: (210) 295-7510
Manned 24 hours a day, 7 days a week; monitors radio traffic, telephone communications, and all unit training. The Fire Desk is where all units sign out ranges, training areas, and maneuver areas. Units make hourly communication checks at the top of the hour and request hot and cold times from the Fire Desk. The Fire Desk screens all access to the Camp Bullis training areas.
RANGE CONTROLLERS: (210) 295-7732
Run the automated ranges and conduct safety inspections of all units training at Camp Bullis. The Range Controllers inspect all ranges and training areas when units are ready to clear. All brass and trash must be removed and all training assets returned to their place of storage.
SCHEDULING: (210) 295-7686 or 295-7616
All training areas, maneuver areas and live fire ranges. Requests for training can be submitted on line after receipt of an account and password or can currently be scheduled using FSH form 2070 (ground ops) and CSFS 2071 (air ops).
- All Air Force Units, AMEDD C & S units, and environmental requests call (210) 295-7616 to schedule.
- All other units call (210) 295-7686. Scheduling is based on the training priorities as outlined in the FSH Reg 350-1.
- AMEDDC&S Courses and AF Ground Combat Skills School have priority up to 90 days out. Requests must be received AT LEAST 21 DAYS OUT.
- National Guard and Reserve Units should put their requests in as soon as possible.
- All training areas, maneuver areas, live fire ranges, and logistical assets are requested and reserved through scheduling. Requests for training can be submitted on line after receipt of an account and password.
- RANGE MAINTENANCE: (210 295-7584
Repairs, builds, and maintains all live fire and automated ranges, target holders, firing points and range buildings.
4. POLICIES AND PROCEDURES:
SIGNING FOR A RANGE
Users must have the following to sign for a range
- A valid RSO card for the RSO and Range OIC.
- 2 copies of their risk assessment (1 for Range Control and 1 at their training site, see safety for details).
- Safety vehicle (capable of carrying a liter over rough terrain).
- Corpsman, Medic, or combat life saver depending on the type of training.
PYRO AND TRACERS
- All Pyro must be cleared before use by communicating with Range Control.
- The Fire Department has the final say on pyro use based on humidity and the fire risk.
- Use of tracers must be cleared in advance by the Camp Bullis commander.
- Blanks do not have to be cleared.
ROAD MARCHES, PT, AND CONVOY TRAINING
- All road marches, PT, and Convoy Training must have an overlay submitted for approval 10 days in advance of the event.
- Include the date, unit, and time of training.
- POVs are restricted in the training areas.
- POVs must receive a vehicle pass from Range Control prior to entry into the training area.
- At no time are POVs allowed east of KD Bravo or north of Cowgill Rd.
- Units with small groups of POVs that require access must submit a list of personnel they wish to be given vehicle passes.
- The list must include the date, time and location of training along with the vehicle driver’s name, make, model, and license plate number.
PT AND BICYCLES
- Running through the training area gate is authorized between 0600-0730.
- Groups larger than 6 persons must have a fall out vehicle, and reflective belts are required at all times.
- See the Camp Bullis running policy for more details.
- Bicycles may only pass thru the training area gate with prior approval of the Camp Bullis commander.
- Digging questions need to be directed to at 295-7889.
- MRE Heater questions need to be directed to at 295-7873. See the link under Environmental Compliance for more information.