Sgt. Zachery M. Pryor of Litchfield, Ill., descriminates between threat and non-threat targets during a range here, Oct. 24. 2013. Pryor and the other selectees complete the Army physical fitness test and an obstacle course prior to the live-fire tactical movement range. Pryor meet s the challenge at each event for a position on the Fort Bragg Special Reaction Team. The challenge includes an Army physical fitness test, an obstacle course, an obstacle live shooting range and shoothouse challenge, an M9 qualification range, and selection panel interview. SRT trains to stem threats like active shooter, but must be prepared for any situation at a moments notice. (U. S. Army photo by Sgt. Barry St. Clair)
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