U.S. Troops Conduct Weapons Qualification in Farah Province

Department of Defense Photo Essay

  • U.S. Army Sgt. William Russell, right, conducts a briefing with security force team members before a range evolution on the Forward Operating Base Farah weapons range in Afghanistan's Farah province, Nov. 9, 2012. Russell is assigned to Provincial Reconstruction Team Farah. U.S. Navy photo by Chief Josh Ives
  • A U.S. soldier fires a vehicle-mounted M2 .50-caliber machine gun on the Forward Operating Base Farah weapons range in Afghanistan's Farah province, Nov. 9, 2012. The soldier is assigned to Provincial Reconstruction Team Farah.  U.S. Navy photo by Chief Josh Ives
  • U.S. Army Spc. Joe Sullivan fires an AT-4 rocket on the Forward Operating Base Farah weapons range in Afghanistan's Farah province, Nov. 9, 2012. Sullivan is assigned to Provincial Reconstruction Team Farah. U.S. Navy photo by Chief Josh Ives
  • U.S. Army Capt. Jacob Estrada, left, talks with security force team members on the Forward Operating Base Farah weapons range in Afghanistan's Farah province, Nov. 9, 2012. Estrada is assigned to Provincial Reconstruction Team Farah. 
 U.S. Navy photo by Chief Josh Ives
  • U.S. Navy Petty Officer Brian Mays, left, prepares to replace the barrel of a vehicle-mounted M2 .50-caliber machine gun on the Forward Operating Base Farah weapons range in Afghanistan's Farah province, Nov. 9, 2012. Mays, a hospital corpsman, is assigned to Provincial Reconstruction Team Farah. U.S. Navy photo by Chief Josh Ives
  • U.S. Army Sgt. William Russell, left, acts as a safety observer during a weapons qualification on the Forward Operating Base Farah weapons range in Afghanistan's Farah province, Nov. 9, 2012. Russell is assigned to Provincial Reconstruction Team Farah. U.S. Navy photo by Chief Josh Ives
  • U.S. troops clean expended brass and links from the roof of an M-ATV at the conclusion of range operations on the Forward Operating Base Farah weapons range in Afghanistan's Farah province, Nov. 9, 2012. U.S. Navy photo by Chief Josh Ives