Armorer forged through fires of life, Corps [Image 3 of 3]
CAMP LEJEUNE, NC, UNITED STATES
Lance Cpl. Jeffrey S. Gardner, a Headquarters Battalion, 2nd Marine Division small arms repair technician and Greenville, Texas native, is taught nomenclature by Cpl. Adrian M. Moon, the Headquarters Battalion, 2nd Marine Division battalion armory noncommissioned officer-in-charge, about the M2 50. Caliber Machine Gun in the battalion armory Jan. 18, 2013. “If none of the lance corporals in the shop know what’s going on, I know I can go to Cpl. Moon and he will know what’s wrong with the weapon before I even open my mouth,” Gardner said. “I’ll just walk up to him and he’ll take one look and say ‘I see what’s wrong.’ That is exactly what I want be. I want to know exactly what the problem is just by looking at a weapon.”
||CAMP LEJEUNE, NC, US
||GREENVILLE, TX, US
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