Marine Lance Cpl. Gregory Guseilarizo of 5-11 Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division and Spc. Keia West of 1-94 Field Artillery Regiment, 17th Field Artillery Brigade, watch together as a High-Mobility Rocket Artillery System fires off one of its rockets, Yakima Training Center, March 10, 2017. 1-94 FAR and 5-11 Marine Regiment are conducting a long range communication exercise to build a joint interoperability standard operational procedures for HIMARS units that fall under a joint force artillery headquarters.(U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. Jacob Kohrs)
Taken: 03.10.2017 | Photo by Sgt. Jacob Kohrs
Yakima Training Center, Wash.- Everyone in the room starts yelling ‘Fire Mission, Fire Mission,’ and the room starts buzzing with instructions, numbers and call backs. A call just came from Marine Corps Camp Pendleton and within 15 minutes the High-Mobility Artillery Rocket System fires its rockets and hits said target. Soldiers from 1-94 Field Artillery Regiment, 17th Field Artillery Brigade out of Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash., team up with the Marines from 5-11 Marines Regiment, 1st Marine Division out of Cp. Pendleton, Calif., to exercise long distance communications and build joint standard operational procedures. “First we are here to build relations with the Army,” said Marine Corps 1st Lt. Ronnie Reyes,...
03.10.2017 | YAKIMA TRAINING CENTER, WA, US | Story by Sgt. Jacob Kohrs