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Camp Atterbury Ranges - Weapons, Courses of Fire and Key Features

Direct Fire Individual

Direct Fire Ranges - Individual Weapons

Combat Pistol Qualification Ranges 10 and 15

Weapons:

  • M9
  • M1911
  • Other pistols

Courses of Fire:

  • Combat Pistol Qualification Course (CPQC)
  • Unassisted Night Fire (limited visibility)
  • Issued Sidearm Familiarization

Key Features:

  • Both automated ranges
  • Each range has 10 lanes

Direct Fire Ranges - Individual Weapons

Known Distance Ranges 3-6

Weapons:

  • M16 / M4
  • Shotgun
  • M9
  • 7.62 Sniper Weapon System (SWS)
  • .50 Cal Sniper Weapon System (SWS)

Courses of Fire:

  • 25 M Zero
  • Known Distance
  • Alt. Course C
  • NBC Fire
  • Alt. Pistol Qualification
  • Sniper Known Distance
  • Reflexive Fire
  • Buddy Team Live Fire
  • Stress Shoot
  • Sniper Snaps and Movers

Key Features:

  • Supports many purposes
  • Adaptable
  • 50 firing points per range
  • Berms 1,900 yds., 2 ranges to 500 yds.

Direct Fire Ranges - Individual Weapons

10M and 25M Ranges

Weapons:

  • M4/16
  • Pistol
  • M240
  • M240
  • Shotgun

Courses of Fire:

  • 25 Meter Zero
  • Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear and High-Yield Explosive (CBRNE) (NBC Fire)
  • M 249 10 Meter Zero
  • M 240 10 Meter Zero
  • Unassisted Night Fire
  • M 9/45 cal APQC Night Fire
  • Issued Sidearm Familiarization
  • Alternate Course C
  • Reflexive Fire
  • Assisted Night Fire

Key Features:

  • 60 points for 25 Meter Zero, CBRNE and Night Fire
  • 30 points for 10 Meter Zero and Reflexive Fire (Range 12)
  • 50 points (Range 19)
  • Range 12 is an Automated Night Fire Small Arms Range
  • Adjacent to Record Fire Ranges
  • Can conduct on Ranges 3, 4, 5, 6, 12, 13, 19, 20, 21, 21A

Direct Fire Ranges - Individual Weapons

Modified Record Fire Ranges 14 and 18

Weapons:

  • M 16 / M 4
  • M 249 (Range 18 only)

Courses of Fire:

  • Record Fire (day and night)
  • Unassisted Night Fire
  • Assisted Night Fire
  • Reflexive Fire (Range 18 only)
  • M 249 Qualification in AR mode (Range 18 only) day and night

Key Features:

  • 16 firing points on each range
  • 8 points on Range 18 for M 249 qualification in AR mode
  • Supports thermal targets
  • Automated record fire
  • Located near Zero / Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear and High-Yield Explosive (CBRNE) range
  • Located near other small arms ranges

Direct Fire Machine Gun

Direct Fire Ranges Machine Gun and Heavy Machine Gun

Crew-Served Qual Range 11 MPMG

Weapons:

  • M2 .50 cal
  • M240B / M60
  • M249 SAW

Courses of Fire:

  • SWS Sniper Practice
  • SWS Sniper Qualification
  • SWS Unknown Distance
  • M240 Transition Practice/Qualification
  • M249 Transition Practice/Qualification
  • M249 Assisted Night Fire

Key Features:

  • 5 firing points dismounted
  • 3 firing points mounted
  • 3 firing points .50 cal Sniper
  • Targets to 1100 meters

Direct Fire Ranges Machine Gun and Heavy Machine Gun

M249 and M240

M249:

  • Range 18 (AR Mode) - 8 lanes
  • Range 11 (CSWQ or AR)
  • Range 47 (AR and CSWQ)
  • Multiple ranges available for Table 1 Day Fire and Table III Tasts 1 and 2

M240:

  • Range 11
  • Range 47
  • Multiple ranges available for Table 1 Day Fire and Table III Tasks 1 and 2

Direct Fire Ranges Machine Gun and Heavy Machine Gun

Heavy Machine Gun M2

M2 Machine Gun

  • Range 21A - Field Fire
  • Range 22 - Field Fire
  • Range 11 - Automated Multi-Purpose Machine Gun Range
  • 10 Meter Range - Ranges 20, 21, 21A, 22
  • Vehicle mounted static fire - RG 37
  • MK19 - Range 31

Direct Fire Ranges Machine Gun and Heavy Machine Gun

Range 47 - MPMG Light

Weapons:

  • M249
  • M240
  • 7.62 mm Sniper Weapons

Courses of Fire:

  • Zero and 10m Transition
  • Transition fire for 5.56mm and 7.62mm machine gun
  • Unknown Distance

Key Features:

  • 10 firing points
  • Vehicle roll-in firing points
  • Targets to 800m

Direct Fire Ranges Machine Gun and Heavy Machine Gun

Multi-Purpose Ranges 21, 21A, 22, 23

Weapons:

  • MK 19 (Range 21, 21A, 22)
  • M2 (Range 21, 21A, 22
  • M240 (Range 21, 21A, 22
  • AT 4 (Range 23

Courses of Fire:

  • 10 Meter Zero (Range 21, 21A, 22)
  • Field Fire (Range 21, 21A, 22)
  • Practice Fire (AT 4, SMAW, Claymore on Range 23)
  • Range 31

Key Features:

  • 3 Firing points (Range 21, 21A, 22)
  • Range 23 has 8 points for missiles and 4 points for lines
  • Hard targets

Maneuver Live Fire

Maneuver Live Fire Gunnery / MCP /Team-PLT Attack

Mounted Unstabilized Gunnery - Range 26

Weapons:

  • M240
  • MK 19 (TP)
  • Sniper Weapons System (7.62mm)

Courses of Fire:

  • Mounted Gunnery
  • Armored Scout
  • Sniper Unknown Distance

Key Features:

  • Automated Targetry
  • FLIR for improved Night Training
  • AAR Facility for Crew Debrief
  • Day/Night Capable
  • Engagements from both sides of vehicle
  • Omega devices simulating weapons fire and hits

Maneuver Live Fire Gunnery / MCP /Team-PLT Attack

Multi-Purpose Training Range 37

Weapons:

  • M4/16
  • M203 (TP)
  • M249
  • M240
  • MK 19
  • M2 MG
  • M1 Abrams
  • M2/3 Bradley
  • Stryker
  • TOW
  • Helicopters

Courses of Fire:

  • Mounted Gunnery Tables 4,5 and 6
  • Infantry Platoon Battle Course (7.62mm, 5.56mm, M203 TP)
  • TOW TP
  • Helicopter Gunnery (7.62mm and 2.75-in rockets)
  • .50 cal. and 7.62mm Sniper Practice Unknown Distance
  • Squad Assault Course (7.62mm, 5.56mm, M203 TP)
  • Indirect Service Fire

Key Features:

  • Automated Targetry
  • IPBC / Shoot House
  • IED Defeat Lanes / Convoy LFX
  • FLIR for improved Night Training
  • 900 Acre Range Complex
  • Roundabout and Village

Maneuver Live Fire Gunnery / MCP /Team-PLT Attack

Multi-Purpose Range 38

Weapons:

  • M4/16
  • M203 (TP)
  • M249
  • M240
  • M2 (limited)
  • MK 19 (TP)
  • 105mm/155mm

Courses of Fire:

  • Mounted Combat Patrol and Convoy Live Fire (.50 cal., 7.62mm, 40mmTP, 5.56mm)
  • Helicopter Door Gunnery (7.62mm)
  • Indirect Service Fire (155mm / 105mm)

Key Features:

  • User placed targets
  • Connex Village
  • IED Defeat Lanes / Convoy LFX

Maneuver Live Fire Gunnery / MCP /Team-PLT Attack

Infantry Squad Battle Course Range 42

Weapons:

  • M4/16
  • M249
  • M240
  • AT 4 (Subcal)
  • Sniper Weapons (7.62mm)
  • 60mm mortar (SRTR)

Courses of Fire:

  • Infantry Squad Assault (5.56mm, 7.62mm, M203 TP/AT - 4 Subcal)
  • 7.62 SWS
  • Mortar SRTR
  • 60mm Mortar Service Fire

Key Features:

  • 5 Objectives
  • Automated Targets
  • Capability to integrate indirect fires and AT weapons

Urban Assault / MOUT

Urban Assault / Military Operation in Urban Terrain (MOUT)

Urban Assault Course Range 51

Weapons:

  • M14/16 (May use 5.56 ball and TP rounds on Grenadier Trainer Station)
  • M203 (May use 5.56 ball and TP rounds on Grenadier Trainer Station)
  • M249
  • M240
  • Sniper Weapons (7.62mm)

Courses of Fire:

  • Train and test individuals, teams, squads and/or platoons on individual and collective tasks associate with MOUT
  • Team/Squad LFX on Urban Facade
  • Grenadier Trainer LFX
  • Reflexive Fire and Close Quarters Marksmanship
  • Sniper Training from 2-story building

Key Features:

  • Individual Team Task Trainer - 1-story structure w/3 adjoining rooms
  • Squad/Platoon Trainer - 4 separate structures facing each other to create urban street or hallway includes 2-story building
  • Grenadier Trainer - Building façade w/moving human targets combines w/4 target pits
  • Offense/Defense Building - 2-story building w/basement. Each floor has several rooms with many windows, doorways, loopholes and mouse holes. Gabled roof has windows and hatch to attic.
  • Half of rooftop is flat. Has exterior stairways.
  • Underground Trainer Sewer System built-in leg pattern w/4 manhole covers; 2 access tunnels lead from outside tunnel to underground loop.

Urban Assault / Military Operation in Urban Terrain (MOUT)

Mobile MOUT Site Range 55

Weapons:

  • M9
  • M4/16
  • M249
  • M240
  • Blank Fire Only and Limited Pyro

Courses of Fire:

  • Clearing Procedures
  • Urban Ops Collective Tasks

Key Features:

  • Indoor AAR Facility
  • Strategically placed cameras for video playback
  • DVD take-home packet
  • 2-story structures and a basement

 

Urban Assault / Military Operation in Urban Terrain (MOUT)

Shoothouse Range 57

Weapons:

  • M9/1911, other pistols
  • M4/M16
  • NO MG AUTHORIZED
  • NO PYRO

Courses of Fire:

  • Building clearing tasks associated with urban areas (Dry, Blank, Live)
  • Individual and collective tasks of building clearing/occupying

Key Features:

  • 360-degree fire capability, fully contained
  • Video capture - day/night
  • After-Action Review Facility with video replay
  • DVD take-home package of all recorded training
  • Two-way communication
  • 8 rooms, 1 corridor, 2,700 sq. ft. w/multiple entry points
  • Train up to a squad-sized element per iteration
  • Non-ballistic breaching tasks
  • Multiple training scenarios

Urban Assault / Military Operation in Urban Terrain (MOUT)

Live Fire Breach Facility Range 58

Weapons:

  • Up to 0.66 lbs. of explosives per shot
  • Mechanical breaching devices
  • Shotguns with breaching rounds

Courses of Fire:

  • Breaching tasks associated with urban areas
  • Breach-hardened structures
  • Breach door, windows and walls

Key Features:

  • Three lanes (one for each obstacle)
  • Easily accessible to UAC, Mobile MOUT site and Shoothouse

Air Ranges and Other Ranges and Courses

Air Ranges and Other Ranges and Courses

Range 36 Air-to-Ground Gunnery

 

  • Associated special-use airspace is R-3401, covering 103 sq. miles
  • Several low altitude routes are available
  • Terrain is hilly and wooded, permitting a good mix of highly visible and terrain-integrated targets
  • Certified Laser Range
  • 4 Smokey Sam Launchers
  • 4 Electronic Threat Emitters
  • NVG Operations

Air Ranges and Other Ranges and Courses

Indirect Live Fire Exercise

 

  • Able to support up to 155mm
    --Artillery Firing Point
    --Mortar Firing Points
  • Direct Lay - Range 22
  • Observation Points
  • Call For Fire Trainer: 12 stations
  • Leadership Action Course

Air Ranges and Other Ranges and Courses

Obstacle Courses

 

Confidence Course:

  • Tough One
  • Weaver
  • High Step Over
  • Swing, Stop, Jump
  • Six Vaults
  • Belly Over
  • Belly Crawl
  • Inclining Wall
  • Confidence Climb

Conditioning Course:

  • Facility has 16 events for physical conditioning

Leadership Reaction Course

Air Ranges and Other Ranges and Courses

Land Navigation

Beginner Level Course:

  • Land Navigation 9
  • Course includes 31 points
  • Course is primarily open grassland with relatively flat terrain.

Intermediate Level Courses:

  • Land Navigation 1
  • Land Navigation 3
  • Land Navigation 4
  • Land Navigation 7
  • Most courses include 30 points

Courses range from open fields to mature forest, and feature wide elevation variations.

Range Facility Management Support System (RFMSS)

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Camp Atterbury Military Installation Map

 

Camp Atterbury Military Installation Map .pdf

 

Camp Atterbury Cantonment

Camp Atterbury Cantonment map in .pdf

Range Control Division

The primary mission of the Range Control Division is to ensure safety through strict adherence to CA Reg 385-63. Range Control will ensure that all training objectives and goals are met through effective scheduling and support at all levels.

Address:
Range Control Division
Camp Atterbury
Building 127
P.O. Box 5000
Edinburgh, Indiana 46124

Phone:

  • Range Control Officer:
    812-526-1351
  • Fire Desk Secondary Line:
    812-526-1476

Ammunition Supply Point (U.S. Property and Fiscal Office)

The ASP is located off of Hospital Road near the water tower in Building 2033. We maintain full accountability and ensure that all safety procedures are followed during ammunition handling processes. We are responsible for receiving, storing and issuing all class V ammunitions required to support all TRADOC, FORSCOM and SOCOM units/activities assigned to the installation, as well as U.S. Army Reserves and U.S. Army National Guard units from Indiana, surrounding states and across the country.

 

Camp Atterbury rock

 

Home Station Training Lane

Home Station Training Lane - Range 61

Courses of Fire:

  • Blank only
  • Defeat the Device
  • Attack the Network
  • Asymmetric Threat Training

Key Features:

  • Manhole
  • Multiple culverts
  • Water pump station
  • Gas station/repair shop
  • Bomb making site
  • 3.6 KM length and 900m of divided highway
  • Village
  • Power Station
  • Marketplace
  • Ramp for VBIED event
  • AAR "playback" capable

Home Station Training Lane - Range 62

Courses of Fire:

  • Blank only
  • Site sensitive exploitation
  • Building search techniques
  • Building clearing ops
  • MOUT Training
  • Inner Cordon and Search
  • Defeat the Device and Attack the Network

Key Features:

  • Training Aids to support more than one location
  • Expanding Asymmetric and Hybrid Threat Capabilities at two sites
  • Dismounted lane capability
  • Ties into Search House
  • Low Water crossings
  • Scalable to 5km of village and rural road network

Home Station Training Lane

Third World Village

Courses of Fire:

  • Blank only
  • Practice building search and clearance drills on realistic facilities
  • Units to practice kinetic operations in a realistic environment through use of breachable entries, walls and windows
  • Kinetic operations such as urban breaching, building clearance drills and CIED training
  • Cultural engagements with locals

Key Features:

  • More realistic mounted and dismounted maneuver
  • Contains a tailorable village infrastructure capable of modeling a training environment that meets the nuances of all Combatant Command (COCOM) AOR
  • Agricultural features
  • Gas Station
  • Marketplace
  • Government Center and Police Compound
  • Known minefields, CBU strike sites, UXO areas
  • Shantytown
  • Accurately replicates sights, smells, sounds and feel of village in underdeveloped world
  • Village adjacent to Range 62

Home Station Training Lane

Search House

Courses of Fire:

  • Blank only
  • Site-sensitive exploitation
  • Building search techniques
  • Building clearing ops
  • MOUT Training
  • Inner Cordon and Search
  • Defeat the Device and Attack the Network
  • Rappel from top of second story

Key Features:

  • 2-story with roof access
  • Crawlspace
  • Adaptable to theater-specific training requirements
  • Interior and exterior stairs
  • Multiple rooms per floor

Home Station Training Lane

Dismounted IED Visualization Indicator Lane (DIVIL) - TA118

Weapons:

  • Blank Fire Only in all buildings
  • Biometrics/Robotics/CREW

Courses of Fire:

  • Dismounted visual IED indicators, vulnerable areas, vulnerable point recognition
  • React to possible IED/UXO battle drill
  • Move/Navigate from one point to another
  • Train on dismounted/mounted IED indicators, CIED Battle Drill and Systems
  • Incorporate TLPs/MDMP
  • Grenadier Lane: fire weapons 5.56 and 40mm
  • Sniper Live Fire up to 7.62mm

Key Features:

  • 100 PAX Classroom able to support continuous AARs
  • Culverts
  • Farm plots
  • Drainage ditches
  • Fortress walls
  • Compounds
  • Land Navigation course integrated with DIVIL

Home Station Training Lane

Entry Control Points

Courses of Fire:

  • React to VBIED
  • React to PBIED
  • Conduct inspection of equipment and personnel
  • Conduct ECP operations

Key Features:

  • Hardened guard shack
  • Mobile pop-up barrier
  • Drop-arm barrier Security Device Interface (SDI) Box
  • Blast resistant, armor-piercing resistant guardhouse
  • Full-height turnstile
  • Phraselator
  • Two locations: FOB 1 Warrior and FOB 3 Nighthawk