This 24-foot Range Trailer was manufactured by Mobile Concepts to serve as an on-site Incident Command for Fort A.P. Hill. It features two roof-mounted air conditioners and two electric heaters, an awning, exterior outlets and roof access.
The ramp on this Incident Command provides access to the rear compartment. There are six flush-mount scene lights and custom graphics on the exterior.
An aluminum, roof-mounted antenna system allows for the installation of any necessary antenna/communication systems. Antennas can be mounted to the roof and cables run into the trailer.
The communications room has three workstations, each one with 110- and 12-volt outlets, CAT6 and antenna connections. There are two 26-inch TVs and ample equipment storage.
Near the work area is a galley. The galley contains a mini refrigerator, microwave, Keurig brewing system, aluminum countertop and custom storage cabinets.
The rear section of this vehicle features three fold-down seats and a fold-down table to create an additional workspace. The area also features enough room to transport and house extra equipment, which can be strapped down to the floor-mounted D-rings.
This Command-24-Range Trailer serves as an on-site Incident Command for the Army installation base Fort A.P. Hill.
Active and reserve troops from all branches use Fort A.P. Hill for a variety of training missions from small unit operations to major maneuvers.
This dual-purpose trailer serves as an Incident Command, as well as a Range Trailer, used for tasks such as coordinating training exercises to acting as a temporary communications hub.