BABADAG TRAINING AREA, Romania-Before firing Table 3 of the U.S. Marine Corps Combat Marksmanship Program, Lance Cpl. James H. Venable, combat engineer and Birmingham, Ala., native, Black Sea Rotation

BABADAG TRAINING AREA, Romania-Before firing Table 3 of the U.S. Marine Corps Combat Marksmanship Program, Lance Cpl. James H. Venable, combat engineer and Birmingham, Ala., native, Black Sea Rotational Force 11, suggests and demonstrates the proper rifle position to fire on-the-move. The Macedonian 1st Mechanized Infantry Brigade traveled to Babadag Training Area, Romania, to work with U.S. Marines from Black Sea Rotational Force 11 as part of their mobilization training for their upcoming deployment to Afghanistan. (Photo by Cpl. Tatum Vayavananda) Dowload higest-resolution version(1000 by 526 pixels)

BABADAG TRAINING AREA, Romania-Before firing Table 3 of the U.S. Marine Corps Combat Marksmanship Program, Lance Cpl. James H. Venable, combat engineer and Birmingham, Ala., native, Black Sea Rotational Force 11, suggests and demonstrates the proper rifle position to fire on-the-move. The Macedonian 1st Mechanized Infantry Brigade traveled to Babadag Training Area, Romania, to work with U.S. Marines from Black Sea Rotational Force 11 as part of their mobilization training for their upcoming deployment to Afghanistan. (Photo by Cpl. Tatum Vayavananda)

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