Welcome to Camp Bullis
Camp Bullis provides Base Operations Support and Training Support to Joint Base San Antonio Mission Partners in order to sustain their Operational and Institutional training requirements.
Provide an environment that offers:
State of the art training facilities, to include firing ranges, simulation facilities, maneuver lands, and other training enablers and services that fully support the training requirement of our mission partners.
A professional staff, dedicated to mission accomplishment and customer service.
A quality of life (facilities & services) for all who train and work here that is commensurate with their service.
Camp Bullis Training and Range Regulation 350-1
RANGE CONTROL: (210) 295-7510 FM 34.20 UHF 299.9 and local hand held Motorola, located in bldg 6110.
Camp Bullis offers a wide variety of training possibilities:
Range Control encompasses the Fire Desk, the Range Controllers, Scheduling, Supply and Range Maintenance.
1. TRAINING SUPPORT:
LIVE FIRE RANGES
Non-Standard Small Arms Range (Alpha) Non-Standard Small Arms Range (Bravo) Basic 10/25M Zero Range (Alpha) Basic 10/25M Zero Range (Bravo) Sportsman's 1/2 Range Law Enforcement Range Known Distance Range (Bravo) Combat Pistol Qualification Course Basic 10/25M 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 (TA-1) Land Navigation Course (TA-2) Bivouac Area (TA-3) Leader Reaction Courses (TA-4) Mobilization / Driver Training Course (TA-5) Black Jack Village(TA-6) Black Jack Village Annex (TA-6A) Litter Obstacle Course (TA-7) Bivouac Assembly Area (TA-8) Land Navigation Course / Advance (TA-9) DZ Hall (TA-10) Rappel Cliff (TA-11) CALS (TA-12) Obstacle Course (TA-13) Parade Field (TA-14) C4 Training Area (TA- 15) Leader Reaction Courses (TA-16) Rappel Towers (TA-17) DZ Buck (TA-18) DZ Cougar (TA-19) DZ Turkey (TA-20) Medical Lane Training (TA-21) FOB (TA-22) Mobilization Site (TA-23) Medical Bivouac Site (TA-24) MOUT (TA-25A) IED-D: Lane (TA-25A) IED-D: Lane (TA-25B) IED-D: Lane (TA-25C) IED-D: Lane (TA-25D) Camp Anderson / Peters (TA-26) CACTF (TA-27) INSCOM Detention Training Facility (IDTF) (TA-28) Field Training site 68W (TA-29) VCCT (TA-30) HEAT (TA-31) ITA (TA-32)
2. OTHER SUPPORT:
3. POINTS OF CONTACT:
4. POLICIES AND PROCEDURES:
THE ENVIRONMENT, CAMP BULLIS, AND YOU
Camp Bullis is located on the edge of the Edwards Plateau Land Resource Area in a hilly region known as the Texas Hill Country, and locally called the Balcones Canyonlands.
The area is rich in archaeological resources, history, unique geology, and wildlife - both above and below ground. These resources can be threatened by man's activities, but are just as easily preserved. Camp Bullis is in the forefront of local preservation efforts. Not only is it our moral obligation, it is the law!
Archaeological resources include prehistoric Native American campsites - some dating back 8000 years before present, food processing sites, and quarry sites where chert (flint) could be obtained to manufacture tools and weapons. These are a record of man's past. They contain valuable information about our origins.
Historical sites date back to the 1860's and can be unique because of their architecture, function, layout, or connection with an historic person or event. Historical events and customs shaped this country, Texas, and Camp Bullis. The preservation of these sites adds to the understanding of where we are and what we have today.
Unique geology in this are includes the Balcones Fault Zone, which resulted in development of the Edwards Aquifer. The Aquifer provides water for over one million people. The City of San Antonio is one of the largest cities in the United States that derives all its water form wells. Water is life. Protection of this valuable resource insures sufficient clean water to support our current and future needs.
Rare wildlife above ground includes the endangered golden-cheeked warbler and black-capped vireo. Below ground can be found several invertebrate species currently petitioned for endangered species status. One species, a blind ground beetle, is found only in three caves at Camp Bullis - and no other place in the world! Endangered species are sometime referred to a s "indicator species". Their presence signals a healthy ecosystem. Their decline or disappearance signals a problem. It is our responsibility to recognize and correct any problems before they become disasters.
The mission of Camp Bullis is military training. This does not mean that we cannot also be good environmental stewards. Since no more "new land" is being made, we are realizing that we have to take good care of what we now have if it is to remain viable and supportive of the mission during the future. The Environmental and Integrated Training Area Management (ITAM) office, which is a part of the team managing Camp Bullis training land, is constantly looking for ways to improve both training and the environmental quality of the installation. This is currently accomplished through ITAM.
Executive Officer: 295-7644
If storing and using any amount of fuel for training exercises, secondary containment must be used. If assistance is needed please contact the Environmental Office.
Environmental Office: (210) 295-7873 or (210) 391-7489
Waste Turn - Ins:For any waste turn-ins, please e-mail the environmental office at email@example.com. Please include the type and amount of waste to be turned in, along with the unit and a POC and phone number in the message. All waste turn-ins must be accompanied by a Material Data Safety Sheet (if applicable), or the waste will not be accepted. If any assistance is needed please contact the Environmental Office.
If a spill occurs on post, immediately attempt to contain or clean up the spill. After the spill is contained, call the Camp Bullis Environmental Office And the Fire Department. If a spill kit is needed, please contact the Environmental Office.
Fire Department (210) 295-7600 Environmental Office (210) 295-7873 or (210) 391-7489
Obey signs that present a sensitive area such as:
-Endangered Species -Caves -Closed Landfills
Ignoring these signs could endanger you or other and my result in police action.
Environmental Office (210) 295-7873 or (210) 391-7489
The State Family Programs Office is located in the United States Armed Forces Reserve Center Bldg. 5044, Room A107, RR2 Camp Bullis Rd., San Antonio, TX 78257
The office provides a variety of services to ensure that the needs of Service members and their Families are met before, during and after mobilization.
The services include, but are not limited to "Six Essential Services":
1. Crisis Intervention & Referral
2. Legal Resource/Information & Referral
3. Financial Resource/Information & Referral
4. TRICARE Resource/Information & Referral
5. ID Cards and DEERS Information & Referral
6. Community Resource/Information & Referral with Family Outreach
Hours of Operation
Our normal operating hours are from 0630 to 1700, Tuesday through Friday. We are closed on Monday, Saturday, and Sunday.
During the holiday seasons our hours may vary due to limited personnel.
The Family Assistance Specialist may be reached by calling:
Office: 210-808-5800, Fax: 210-808-5862 DSN is 421.
24 Hour Toll Free Line: 800-252-8032
The ITAM Program is the Army's formal strategy for focusing on sustained use of training and testing lands. The intent of the ITAM Program is to systematically provide a uniform training land management capability across the total Army. The Army will manage its' lands in a sound manner to ensure no net loss of training and mission requirements. The effective integration of stewardship principles into training land and conservation management practices ensures that the Army's lands remain viable to support future training and mission requirements.
In the 21st Century, the Army faces unprecedented challenges to its ability to train. Increased environmental regulation of training lands and ranges, coupled with increased economic development around Army installations all contribute to a more challenging training climate.
A sound land management program that provides economical and acceptable planning and execution is mandatory to protect that land as an essential asset for training. It is in overcoming the apparent conflict between force readiness and stewardship that ITAM serves the overall needs of the Army.
The Camp Bullis Outdoor Recreation Program offers the outdoorsman a variety of activities throughout the year. You can enjoy hunting in the fall, winter, and spring, ranging from our spectacular whitetail deer, to our beautiful Rio Grande turkey. Sprinkle in dove, quail, rabbit, squirrel, and Catalina goat and you can pretty much pass eight months out of the year in the woods.
When it gets too hot to hunt, cool your heels in our swimming pool turned catfish pond. Stocked with channel catfish, ranging from three to ten pounds, it's bound to get the old adrenalin flowing. But if you really want to get a kick out of it, bring your kids and watch them latch on to a whopper.
In addition to our hunting and fishing, we offer a pistol, rifle, and shotgun range; an archery range and hunter safety classes in both archery and gun. From January to September we hold monthly 3D archery shoots. In May we also have a wild game dinner that is open to members and their families.
We have a park with a pavilion, picnic tables, barbeque pits, playgrounds, volleyball courts, and horseshoe pits, and a lodge that is available to rent for your private or unit functions. If you have an RV and can't keep it in your driveway, we can solve that problem too. We have RV storage available. Give us a try. If we don't have what you want and we can't get it, then we will help you find it.
Hours of Operation
Our hours of operation will vary with the different hunting seasons. Our normal operating hours are from 0800 to 1600, Friday and Monday and 0700 to 1700 Saturday and Sunday. We close on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. During the deer hunting seasons, we open as early as 0400 and close after dark. For other hunts we will open according to the times necessary to get you in the field by prime time.
You may reach us by calling 210-295-7577 or 7529. DSN is 421-7577 or 7529.
Camp Bullis Safety Office Locations:Joint Base Safety. The Camp Bullis Joint Base Safety Officer is located in Building 5050 (Supply), room 17 next door to the Camp Bullis Headquarters. The Camp Bullis Safety Office is an extension of the 502d Air Base Wing. It is open Monday thru Friday from 0730 to 1630. The Camp Bullis Joint Base Safety Officer can be reach at, 210-295-8310.
Range Safety. Range Safety is co-located with Range Control in Building 6110. The Range Safety Officer can be reach at, 210-295-7606.
Risk Assessments: Risk Assessments for all training and operations conducted at Camp Bullis are due to Camp Bullis Range Control at least 10 days prior to arrival. Additionally, units must bring two (2) copies of their risk management worksheet when they come to Camp Bullis to train. One copy will be retained by Range Control, and the unit will maintain one copy while training.
Safety Links: http://www.jbsa.mil/Resources/Safetyhttp://safety.army.mil
Supply handles all logistical asset requests for cantonment facilities.
Huts and Latrines Information
SUPPLY: 295-8020, (210) 295-7603, (210) 295-7911. All logistical assets are signed for and turned in to supply. Logistical assets available are 127 Hutments (12 personnel per), Latrines (services up to 150 personnel, w/ Washer & Dryers), Admin Buildings, Classrooms, Recreation Center, Chapel and Theater. Supply personnel inspect for cleanliness and return of items to their place of storage. Units must make appointments to be issued and cleared of their logistical assets Monday thru Friday 0630-1600 at Bldg 5050.