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Camp Grayling Joint Maneuver Training Center (JMTC) FY 2011 Overview Post Commander COL Erich W. Randall Post Command Sergeant Major CSM Michael Foy. Strengths. Ranges Training Facilities Restricted Airspace Co-Location with MATES Co-Location with MIANG Co- Location with GAAF

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Camp Grayling Joint Maneuver Training Center (JMTC)FY 2011 OverviewPost CommanderCOL Erich W. RandallPost Command Sergeant MajorCSM Michael Foy

strengths
Strengths
  • Ranges
  • Training Facilities
  • Restricted Airspace
  • Co-Location with MATES
  • Co-Location with MIANG
  • Co- Location with GAAF
  • Experienced Staff
customers
Customers

Active Army DOC (Academy/ERT)

Army National Guard (Multiple States) TACOM Rock Island

Army Reserve Fielding and NET site for

Marine Corps Reserve 119A2 Towed Artillery

Navy Seals (SO) R&D Site:

Coast Guard (TACOM, TARDEC)

Air National Guard FBI

Canadian Forces US Forest Service

British Forces DOE

Latvia (Multiple Foreign Nations) DNR

Michigan Law Enforcement Agencies

capabilities
Capabilities
  • Billeting / Dining Facilities for 6600+ Personnel (2,260 heated billets)
  • MATES (Mobilization and Training Equipment Site)
  • Grayling Army Airfield with two 5,000 ft runways and 60 helicopter tie-downs
  • Railhead with loading ramps
  • All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) Training Areas
  • Computer Simulation Center (EST 2000, CFT, HEAT/MET, VCOT, VBS2)
  • Convoy Commander’s Reaction Course
capabilities1
Capabilities
  • Individual and crew-served small-arms ranges
    • 25 live fire ranges with over 350 firing points
    • IPBC, ISBC, LFSH, MPMG, MP/CPQC, ARF, UAC, & 25 meter zero ranges
  • Live fire training
    • Artillery (65 surveyed FP’s)
    • Mortar (32 surveyed FP’s)
    • MPRC (Tank Gunnery, .50 Cal LF, MLRS/HIMARS)
    • TOW
    • MK-19
    • Live fire hand grenade
    • Engineer heavy demolition (up to 40# NEW)
capabilities2
Capabilities
  • COIN Operations
    • Urban Assault Course
    • JIEDDO Lane (IED defeat lane)
  • Engineer bridging and waterborne rafting operations
  • Large Airspace Complex
    • ANG Gunnery Complex
    • Helicopter Air gunnery
    • UAS operations
  • Tactical Training Bases
    • North Camp (22 acres)
    • South Camp (350 acres)
capabilities3
Capabilities
  • Drop Zones
  • Land Navigation
    • 3,300 acres with 50 navigational points
  • Ammunition Supply Point
  • Troop Medical Clinic
current initiatives
Current Initiatives
  • Maintain core training and existing specialty mission-set capability
    • Increase year-round military utilization through an aggressive marketing strategy
    • Respond to evolving missions
  • Develop a premier test site for DOD research and development
    • Vehicle survivability testing
    • Robotics
    • Electronic warfare
    • NET Fielding
  • Enhance specialty mission-set capability
    • Acquire a complete vehicle package for visiting units to draw
    • With over 300 cubic nautical miles of restricted airspace, become a center of excellence for UAS operations
    • Increase training for joint operations in a CAS environment
core specialty mission sets
Core & Specialty Mission-Sets
  • Installation training throughput has exceeded 200,000 training man-days for the past several years
  • 147,000 acres available for ground maneuver units
  • Combat arms, CS & CSS maneuver and live fire training capabilities
  • UAS (Shadow) launch and recovery from tactical runways or Grayling Army Air Field
  • Simulation Training Center offers Virtual Battle Space 2, Call for Fire Trainer, Engagement Skills Training, and MRAP and HMMWV roll-over trainers
  • COIN Operations/Urban Environment utilizing the Urban Assault Course, Life Fire Shoot House, and the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization (JIEDDO) training facilities
  • Northern Michigan Law Enforcement Training Group partnership
recent operational highlights
Recent Operational Highlights
  • New Equipment Training
    • TACOM, Rock Island conducted NET for the M119A2 105mm howitzer to sixteen battalions from 15 States.
    • NET for the M777 Howitzer was conducted for Michigan’s 1-119th FA BN.
  • Pathfinder School
    • Army National Guard Warrior Training Center from Ft. Benning, GA conducted this rigorous two-week school for 56 candidates from Michigan and other States.
  • Soldier Readiness Processing (SRP)
  • Latvian Presidential Visit
recent operational highlights1
Recent Operational Highlights
  • Combined Arms Live Fire Exercise (CALFEX)
    • Units from the Army and Air National Guard, as well as active Air Force Special Operations Forces took part in a CALFEX on the Range 40 Complex
  • The 1-197th Fires BDE conducted operations using the new Standard Integrated Command Post System (SICPS) simultaneously with its subordinate units from NH, WV, RI and MI
  • The Squad Designated Marksmanship Course developed by the US Army’s Marksmanship Unit and TRADOC was conducted at Camp Grayling to train designated marksmen to hit targets out to 500m and beyond
  • XM2010 Enhanced Sniper Rifle (ESR)NET (August 2011)
recent support highlights

Recent Support Highlights

Completed

Barracks Replacement (ORTC). $$16.7 million

Installation Dining Facility. $1.8 million

Barracks (418Q) renovation. $899 thousand

Post Headquarters. $758 thousand

Post Classroom. $597 thousand

Urban Assault Course. $1.3 million

Under Construction

Infantry Squad Battle Course. $1.8 million

Live Fire Shoot House. $1.7 million

Out for Bid

Combined Arms Collective Training Facility. $21.5 million

Total – Over $47 Million

community economic impact

Community Economic Impact

FY 10 Estimated Total Economic Impact:

Salary and Wages (Full-time Civil Service, AGR, State Employees, Contract Employees, Tenant

units, AAFES, and NAF Employees. $15.7 M

MILCON Projects $ 7.5 M

SRM $ 8.0 M

Other Contracted Goods and/or Services $ 4.4 M

Total $ 35.6 M

camp grayling environmental awards
Camp Grayling Environmental Awards

2010. NGB Environmental Security Award – 2nd Place Sustainability Category for Installation Recycling Program

2009. NGB Environmental Stewardship Award (only state to be a two time recipient, 1997 and 2009. Given to the state with the best overall environmental program)

2002. Award from the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality for implementation of a Wellhead Protection Plan at Camp Grayling

2000. Award Plaque from the George Mason Chapter of Trout Unlimited for dedicated efforts to preserve and protect coldwater fisheries in the AuSable and Manistee River watersheds

1999. Certificate of Commendation from Otsego County and Huron Pines RC&D for conservation restoration efforts and construction of Timber Bridges

1998. Conservation of the Year Award from the Michigan United Conservation Clubs (MUCC)

1997. NGB Eagle Award (Highest NGB Award) to Camp Grayling, Environmental Quality Category Non-Industrial Installation