I feel obligated to say that that's a VERY bad place to be. If any of you find yourself in the middle of an open field, that's also a very bad place to be. (firing range)
I used to work in Range Control at Camp Grayling, now I'm working in headquarters, operating the main switchboard.
Needless to say, I don't want to have to coordinate a med-evac with Range Control and Mercy Hospital, mmkay? Everything we do on post at the ranges is with live rounds, and I guaranflippingtee we've got more firepower than you.
Oh, and people out on the ranges makes for a miserable weekend for those that work in Range Control, because somebody has to go out and post guard on certain roads. I had to do that a couple years ago when snowmobilers didn't believe us when we said we were firing live cannon rounds on Range 12.