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USACE taking mobility-impaired hunting application

(Source: U.S. Army Corp of Engineers) (Source: U.S. Army Corp of Engineers)
LITTLE ROCK, AR (KAIT) -

Special hunting applications are being accepted for those who have mobility limitations.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said in a statement they will take applications through Sept. 1, 2015.

Those interested must complete and submit an application form along with a doctor's letter to be eligible.

Applicants can apply for up to three different hunting locations in Arkansas.

A drawing will be held in September to select hunters.

USACE states eligible applicants must suffer from paralysis, amputation of a limb, or at least 50 percent physical disability.

Those suffering from paralysis or amputation are not required to be active or retired military.

The following is the mobility impaired hunting schedule for 2015 with contacts for each area:

LOCATION

DATE

Type

CONTACT

PHONE

Greeson

Oct. 8-9

Muzzleloader

Marty Reynolds

870-285-2151 ext. 5003

  Mt. Home

Oct. 19-21

Muzzleloader

Ty Fowler

501-340-1433

     Greers Ferry

Nov. 3-5

Oct 6-7

Muzzleloader

Jason Presley

501-340-1905

  Clarksville

Nov. 7-8

Muzzleloader/

Shotgun with slug

gun/SGGG

Robert Ahlert

501-340-1740

Gillham

Nov. 20-22

Muzzleloader

Victor Kuykendall

870-584-4161 

  Ouachita

Nov. 21-22

Muzzleloader

Joe Bailey

501-767-2108 ext. 73079

       Arkansas Post

Dec. 2-4

Muzzleloader/

Shotgun with slug

Daren Olson

870-548-2291

Beaver

Dec. 8-10

Muzzleloader

Landon Thurman

501-340-1706

        BlueMountain

Dec. 9-10

Modern Gun

Terry Gentry

501-324-6957

    Mt. Home

Dec. 12-13

Muzzleloader

Ty Fowler

501-340-1433

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