Sunday, November 07, 2004

9mm & land navigation ranges

Some pictures from the last few days...

While searching all over post for a print shop to get some large publications printed and bound I passed this statue at Gray Airfield with Mount Ranier in the background.

Here's a shot of everyone hanging out at the 9mm range waiting for an opportunity to fire.

This is everyone's favorite time at the range. Everyone has qualified and there's extra ammunition. Here, all the targets are up until all extra rounds have been fired.

This is from this morning's trip to the land navigation range. We got a freshly painted cattle car, so it was a little more sterile than the typical trip.

We were only tasked with locating a single point for our land navigation exercise. Here's proof my team didn't just get it from someone else.

This area has a protected species of ants. They're known for creating huge hills.


At 11/11/2004 8:29 PM, Blogger Jamier said...

Talk about making a mountian out of a mole hill... in this case, an ant hill.


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