This section manages over 44,000 acres of training lands and nearly 14,000 acres of impact area on Fort Rucker. This includes live fire ranges, Tactical Training Bases, Urban Operations Sites, Leadership Reaction Courses, Land Navigation Courses, a CBRN training facility, various bivouac and FTX sites and the Aviation Gunnery Range Complex. The Aviation Gunnery Range Complex has 31 hover fire pads and three close combat attack run and dive firing lanes.
Training Ammunition Management is the central point of contact for account creation and the assignment of user rights for POI units and Garrison units on Fort Rucker who require access to the automated Total Ammunition Management Information System. Ammunition management section provides support and services for all training and operational ammunition requirements/authorizations.
The ITAM program is a core element of the Army's Sustainable Range Program. The primary objective of ITAM is to ensure that all Army training lands are available for sustained perpetual use by providing a comprehensive approach to land management and is based on the integration of military mission, natural resources stewardship, and environmental compliance.
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