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B-roll of A co, 141 BSB, Oregon Army National Guard, practicing and qualifying on paper targets using M4s/M16s. A yearly event that is held to gauge the Soldiers abilities to maintain unit readiness for deployments. They rallied at Biak Training Site in Redmond, Ore. Video Includes: Soldiers walking onto and off range, paper targets, close shots of shooting


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This work, Oregon Army Soldiers Qualify Weapons, by SGT Brittany Armstrong, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:11.5.2011

Date Posted:11.6.2011 8:00PM

Category:B-Roll

Video ID:129511

VIRIN:111105-A-#####-076

Filename:DOD_100274966

Length:00:01:47

Location:REDMOND, OR, USGlobe

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