Maine soldiers learn advanced skills at marksmanship school [Image 1 of 3]
JERICHO, VT, UNITED STATES
"Any school that teaches how to shoot better is worth having, especially in our line of work," said Spc. Zachary Surette, a combat engineer with the 251st Combat Engineer Company (SAPPER). "This course really forces you to focus on the fundamentals. If you don't have those completely down, you won't be successful." The Harrison, Maine, native spent two weeks at Camp Ethan Allen Training Site, Vt., participating in the squad designated marksmanship school. Surette, who finished second in the class, focuses on his body positioning, breathing, and trigger squeeze as he engages a target between 300 and 600 meters away. (Maine Army National Guard photo by Sgt. Angela Parady, 121st Public Affairs Detachment.)
||JERICHO, VT, US
||COLCHESTER, VT, US
||HARRISON, ME, US
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