Images: CLC-36 Marines train to become more technically and tactically proficient [Image 1 of 2]
Staff Sgt. Leon F. Ellis, Jr., Combat Logistics Company 36 fire team gunner, fires an M240G while Lance Cpl. Jacklyn E. Erhunmwunsee, CLC-36 fire team leader, and Sgt. Delshan R. Martinez, CLC-36 post security officer, watch down range during automatic weapons training as part of Exercise Dragon Fire II at Combined Arms Combat Training Center Camp Fuji, Japan, July 16, 2012. Dragon Fire is an annual exercise that trains Marines and sailors in increasing their proficiency and efficiency with an assortment of weaponry.
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Date Posted:07.29.2012 18:39
Location:IWAKUNI, YAMAGUCHI, JP