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Beginning April 1, 2015, all weekly 10-Day Out Training Meetings normally scheduled every Wednesday, at 1 p.m., Range Control Headquarters will be conducted at Timmermann Center (Building 5441), Room 101, until further notice. The Range Control Headquarters building (Building 9013) is receiving a full facility renovation. For more information contact the ASA-Fort Dix Training Management Division at 609-562-2001.

USASA Fort Dix has published its FY15 Training Guidance in lieu of the Annual Training Conference. This information was developed to assist commanders developing training strategies for this year to request resources for a successful experience. It is a vital reource when executing Annual Training. This information requires an AKO login.

ASA Fort Dix Training Requests must be submitted 30 days prior to the requested Training date through the Joint Mission Management System (JMMS). Exceptions to the 30-day window will only be granted by the chief of the Training Management Division/DPTMS.

Range Facility Management Support System (RFMSS) is a non-graphical remote scheduling tool that is used to determine facility availability and to read published Range Bulletins. Current schedules and conflicts are displayed under the Scheduling Tab in the Two-Week Calendar view. Although facilities might seem available, you still need to submit your request(s) in JMMS.

For the latest opening information for ASA-Dix employess as a result of stormy weather call (609)562-4328.

ASA-Fort Dix has released its new 350-3 PAM for range operations and it is available online at JMMS users will have to use their CAC for access.

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