Safety on military training areas – “Respect the Range” campaign film  

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The recent COVID-19 restrictions have made it more likely that people are exploring their local area, including military land, for the first time.

The Ministry of Defence has identified an increase in visitors straying from public footpaths and rights of way on military training areas and ranges.

In response the MoD has launched a short film to urge the public to stay safe when accessing military training areas. The film “ Respect the Range” is available on YouTube here

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S0DmZtSgjq4

NRA Clubs that access ranges on the MoD training estate are encouraged to watch the film and be aware of the increased risk that members of the public may stray onto the range.

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