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Senior Marine leaders have identified a deficiency in the ability of Marines to successfully engage moving hostile infantry personnel. As a result, the Marine Warfighting Lab conducted an experiment to identify the most effective technique to engage moving targets from Sept. 16 to 27, 2013 at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va. The experiment was supported by the U.S. Army, Asymmetric Warfare Group, The Basic School and Weapons Training Battalion. (U.S. Marine Corps video Lance Cpl. Ally Beiswanger) Additional footage provided by: Sgt. Jimmy D. Shea Cpl. Daniel Wetzel Range Qualification File Footage by: Cpl. Jeffrey Scarmazzi Cpl. Jan Bender Read more about the experiment below: http://www.hqmc.marines.mil/News/NewsArticleDisplay/tabid/3488/Article/150925/marine-corps-warfighting-lab-experiment-may-lead-to-possible-change-in-target-e.aspx Available in High Definition.


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This work, Marine Warfighting Lab Experiment Hopes to Make Marines More Lethal, by Cpl Allison Beiswanger, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:09.27.2013

Date Posted:09.27.2013 3:58PM

Category:Package

Video ID:302321

VIRIN:130927-M-WW697-001

Filename:DOD_100922544

Length:00:02:12

Location:QUANTICO, VA, USGlobe

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