An M2A3 Bradley from the Oregon National Guard's 3rd Combined Arms Battalion, 116th Cavalry Regiment fires its 25mm chain gun at simulated enemy forces during the 116th eXportable Combat Training Exercise at the Orchard Combat Training Center, Idaho, Aug. 19. The XCTC is a program of record used by the Army National Guard since 2005 to train more than 11 combat and functional brigades. XCTC is a cost-efficient, time-efficient option for delivering combat readiness training to Soldiers at or near their home stations. This scalable live-training program has proven effective for pre-mobilization forces, in accordance with the Army Force Generation model. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Leon Cook, 20th Public Affairs Detachment)
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