JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON, Alaska —
Friendly reminder from Security Forces:
Per JBERI 31-107, when transporting a privately owned weapon on JBER, you must secure your unloaded weapon in a case, separately from ammunition, and as far as possible from the driver/passengers. Don't forget your weapons card! If stopped by Security Forces personnel, you must immediately tell them you have a firearm in your vehicle.
Reference isportsman at https://.jber.isportsman.net/Access.aspx for open carry locations in recreational areas.
JBERI 31-107 states:
6.2. Securing of Weapons during Transport. POWs being transported will be in a case (hard or soft) suitable for transport that requires the manipulation of a device (i.e.; lock, latch, zipper, etc.) if in the passenger compartment, in the trunk or other area separated from the passenger compartment. Firearms may not be transported uncased in a glove compartment or other manufacture installed compartment located within the passenger area. Ammunition magazines or clips must be separated from the POW during transport. POWs will NOT be loaded during transport on the installation.
6.3. Transport and Carrying of POWs in Recreation Areas. POWs are authorized to be loaded and openly carried for protection while participating in recreational activities on JBER-R. The JBER-R authorized recreational areas can be found on the iSportsman web page (https://jber.isportsman.net/Access.aspx) Attachment 4. Authorized recreational areas on JBER-R change daily. Therefore, individuals are required to log onto the iSportsman web page to verify the recreational area is open. Individuals must also check in and out of the recreation area as identified on the webpage. The authorized areas are shown in light green on the map.