Navy SEALs builds relations with Serbian forces

BELGRADE, Serbia- A U.S. Navy SEAL assigned to Naval Special Warfare Unit 2 holds the timer as weapon drills are conducted by a member of the Serbian Special Anti-terrorist Unit during a Special Operations Command Europe Joint Combined Exchange Training Nov 29. The weapons drill consisted of several different types of weapon proficiency tasks. Each participant was challenged to complete the drills in the time allotted in order to be deemed proficient. (photo by Staff Sgt. Larraine Whetstone/24th Press Camp HQ)



By Staff Sgt. Larraine Whetstone United States European Command Stuttgart, Germany Jan 04, 2017
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