This msg applies to both all military retired personnel and all civilians who have not renewed their DBIDS cards for themselves or their vehicles since 29 Dec 2019.
Please put out that all these DBIDS Card holders will need to renew their base access and vehicle registration before coming to the 29 August shoot.
Louis Martin was just there today and it went well.
People that need a DBIDS card will need to call the PMO to see if their names were processed in the system. 257-3842 is the PMO Office.
Shooters will need to enter Pu'uloa Ranges from the Ewa Beach gate this Saturday. Parking will be in the grassy area between B Range and the staff housing. Signs will be posted. We will be using this Page to get the word out about what is going on with our Club. Our Goal is to make this our Primary Source of information. If you have suggestion or information that you think should be added to our page, just send the information to our Web Master
Shooters. Since were are moving to a Electronic Scoring System. You will need to bring a Tablet or laptop or Smart phone to connect to the System. We will not have anyone in the PITS to mark Targets. If you have any question Contact Louis at 808-497-5464
So Gang We were able to get the system up and running this past weekend. All matches the rest of the year will be with the electronic System. All interested shooters will need to have DOD Identification Cards and/or have a DBIDS card and current MCBH weapons registration documents from the Provost Marshal. The Back gate on Fort Weaver road will be open. We will be parking on the grass. Just follow the signs. We would like for everyone to send us an email that you will be there firstname.lastname@example.org
Civilians without a DBIDS Card and MCBH registered firearms will have to complete the DBIDS process and send me their name, date of birth and a updated QR code. This process takes about 10 days. https://dbids-global.dmdc.mil/enroll
We are short on MCBH Qualified OIC/RSO personnel and most of our medical support has been tasked with the COVID-19 response duties