• 10th Brigade Engineer Battalion hits the range on Fort Stewart

    Photos by Spc. Brenton Workman

     

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    Sgt. James Corliss, with Company A, 10th Brigade Engineer Battalion, 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, maneuvers around a barrier and engages a target with his M26 shotgun at a firing range on Fort Stewart, Aug 23. The M26 shotgun, also known as the Modular Accessory Shotgun System is an attachment for the M4 carbine but can also be fitted with a pistol grip and a collapsible stock to be fired as a stand-alone weapon.

    10th Brigade Engineer Battalion hits the range on Fort Stewart

    Spc. Don Keller, with Co. A, 10th BEB, 1ABCT, 3rd ID, fires his M26 shotgun at a firing range on Fort Stewart, Aug 23. On Aug. 27, Soldiers from Co. A, 10th BEB, returned to range to engage pop-up targets during a live fire qualification at a firing range on Fort Stewart. The Soldiers fired at targets ranging from 50-meters away, to 300-meters. They had to do this in three different firing positions; the prone supported, prone unsupported and kneeling position.

    Spc. Don Keller, with Co. A, 10th BEB, 1ABCT, 3rd ID, fires his M26 shotgun at a firing range on Fort Stewart, Aug 23. On Aug. 27, Soldiers from Co. A, 10th BEB, returned to range to engage pop-up targets during a live fire qualification at a firing range on Fort Stewart. The Soldiers fired at targets ranging from 50-meters away, to 300-meters. They had to do this in three different firing positions; the prone supported, prone unsupported and kneeling position.


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