POTD: U.S. Army Operator at Panzer Kaserne

The word photograph is a combination of Greek words and means “drawing with light”. The word was invented by Sir John Herschel, over 180 years ago. When I think of this, I see things like the picture above, where an U.S. Army operator is working that barricade with various drills. The pictures are from an advanced marksmanship drill, during a training event at Panzer Kaserne, Germany. This photo was taken at a month-long Special Forces training event that evaluated team skills and readiness.

A good quote to go with these images is: “Nothing builds confidence like live ammo” by Tim Dorsey, Atomic Lobster.

Below: Peek-a-boo! Who’s hiding?

SOF operators assigned to 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne) conducted a live-fire advanced marksmanship training evolution on the range at Panzer Kaserne, Böblingen, Germany, June 28, 2018.

It looks like there’s plenty of safety with that kind of backstop.

Picture and captions source: U.S. Special Operations Command Europe

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