Camp Guernsey offers Nov. safety, training info
Posted: Tuesday, Nov 6th, 2012
CAMP GUERNSEY, Wyo. - Customers of Camp Guernsey are scheduled to use the campís facilities for approximately 7,700 man-days in November.
A man-day is equal to one person per day, at the camp, and may include the same people being counted multiple times over the course of their stay.
Scheduled customers include various aviation and artillery units, Wyoming National Guard engineering, the Wyoming Highway Patrol, and the U.S. Air Force.
HUNTING: Hunters and sportsmen planning on utilizing the hunter management areas on Camp Guernsey must check in with the Camp Guernsey Fire Desk, at 307-836-7810, prior to use.
All participants must provide proof of a hunter safety card, or exemption by Wyoming State Statute, and sign-in at the Fire Desk the day prior to hunting in order to receive permission to hunt and a vehicle permit.
FIREWOOD: Firewood may be collected from piles along the roadside in the North Training Area. Before entering the area, contact the Fire Desk, at 307-836-7810.
For safety reasons, those collecting firewood may not cut down trees, nor remove wood not already along the roadside.
SAFETY NOTE: Unexploded artillery rounds and other munitions are abundant in the impact area, which is fenced and marked as dangerous, in the North Training Area.
No one, including hunters and outdoorsmen, should venture into any area that is fenced or marked as dangerous.
Death or serious injury from munitions exploding in the impact area could occur.
Contact the Fire Desk, at 307-836-7810, if you have questions.