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    TRIDENT JUNCTURE 2018 - Norwegian Private 1st Class Tobias, Cavalry Squadron Sniper Platoon and French Sgt. Cedric, 3e regiment d’infanterie de marine Provide Interviews

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    NATO partners and allies from the French 3e regiment d’infanterie de marine,
    Danish Jutland Dragoon Regiment, Norwegian Cavalry Squadron Sniper Platoon,
    British 1st Battalion Royal Irish Regiment Sniper Platoon, and German 3rd
    Company Panzergrenadierlehrbataillon conduct a long range sniper training
    exercise in the mountains of Rena, Norway on October 25, 2018.
    During the training the soldiers were able to test one another’s weapons,
    demonstrate processes procedure, practice safe handling of ammunitions and
    arms. All members of the training join together as part of the larger
    encompassing Very High Readiness Joint Task Force.
    Norwegian Private 1st Class Tobias, Cavalry Squadron Sniper Platoon: “What I’ve
    learned today from the other NATO countries here is that we do things a little bit
    differently but there are also a lot of similarities. Therefore, it’s easy to cooperate
    and easy to talk to each other and exchange what you know.”

    Video by Sgt. Marc-Andre Gaudreault and MC2 Brett Dodge

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    PFC Tobias responds to question: What are 3 qualities that a good sniper should
    have? First in Norwegian then English
    “I think as a sniper you need to be patient, you need to want to do what you do
    and you have to be able to look at all the details to do everything perfectly.”

    01:01:19
    PFC Tobias responds to question: What have you learned today from your NATO
    comrades? First in Norwegian then English
    “What I’ve learned today from the other NATO countries here is that we do
    things a little bit differently but there are also a lot of similarities. Therefore, it’s
    easy to cooperate and easy to talk to each other and exchange what you know.”
    01:40:28
    PFC Tobias responds to question: What are the challenges of being a sniper in
    Norway? First in Norwegian then English
    “One of the many challenges of being a sniper in Norway is there is a lot of
    variety in what type of nature there is. It could be mountains, forests, pinewoods
    or normal leaf woods, and in the winter of course it is cold and therefore you give
    a big thermal signature.”
    01:45:27
    Sgt. Cedric responds to question: What are 3 qualities that a good sniper should
    have? Response in French
    “So I’m Sergeant Cedric, I am from the 3e regiment d’infanterie de marine in
    France, I am a sniper and a squadron leader.”
    01:54:00
    “For me the 3 qualities required are being rustic, tough and really patient.”
    02:00:11
    “Why rustic? Because we can participate to operations where temperature is
    extremely cold, or temperatures reaching beyond 60 degrees. Then we need to
    be tough because we carry a lot of weight, our bags average 60-70 kgs with our
    weapon. Then really patient, because when we are on a position, we might have
    to wait between 1 hour to a week on the same position.”
    02:27:20
    “For me, this experience has been really helpful for me and my team as French
    snipers, we exchanged a lot, from weapons to equipment, shooting methods and
    also infiltration and extraction training.”
    02:49:00
    “During Trident Juncture, since we are in Norway, we have to deal with the cold
    weather. For a sniper, cold weather requires to be more careful when shooting.
    It can affect the shooting a lot. Also, when we are infiltrating, we need to make
    sure we conserve energy and stay warm once we are in position.”
    03:15:13
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    VIDEO INFO

    Date Taken: 10.25.2018
    Date Posted: 10.26.2018 08:01
    Category: Interviews
    Video ID: 635353
    VIRIN: 181025-N-GP524-965
    Filename: DOD_106154188
    Length: 00:03:15
    Location: NO

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