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How the Army’s futuristic new goggles are changing the mechanics of shooting, according to soldiers
After testing out the latest version of the Army's smart-soldier goggles, infantrymen from the 82nd Airborne Division say combat marksmanship definitely changes when wearing the Individual Integrated Visual Augmentation System (IVAS)
We salute this Army marksman for slicing a playing card in half with his service pistol
The Army Marksmanship Unit is, by name and reputation, a nexus of certified badasses in the ranks of the U.S. Army
Army Marksmanship Unit playing card shot
This U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit Service Pistol Team Soldier regularly competes in bullseye competitions that require shooting with one hand. In this video, Staff Sgt. Carl Clegg, a Newberry, South Carolina native, adds a little challenging fun into his training plan
The ‘deadliest’ Marine on Parris Island reveals the secrets to his record-setting shooting
Marine Pfc. Austin Farrell made headlines when he earned the title of deadliest shot at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, but the 21-year-old who grew up shooting in Culpepper, Virginia was actually hoping to shoot better than his record-breaking rifle qualification score
This might be the deadliest Marine Corps recruit on Parris Island
“I grew up with a rifle in my hand"
The Marine Corps’s new robotic targets look, move, and even shout just like real humans
At 2nd Marine Division in North Carolina, troops who have spent their careers shooting at static bull's-eyes on paper are being forced to adapt to a new kind of target — one that can charge at them, move in unexpected directions, respond when engaged and even shout at them in a foreign language
No more shortcuts: The Army’s marksmanship test is about to get tougher
Good luck with that.
CO’s Prostitution Arrest Won’t Delay Army Basic Training Changes
The Army is moving forward with changes to basic training slated to begin in October, despite the recent arrest of...
UNSUNG HEROES: The Recon Marine Who Killed 18 Enemy Fighters In A Single Battle
On Aug. 8, 2008, in Farah province, Afghanistan, Cpl. Franklin Simmons was part of a small Marine force tasked with...
This Is How Marines Learn To Shoot
All Marines, regardless of job or rank, have one thing in common: They know how to shoot. Marksmanship is integral...