Western Accord 2012
A Gambian soldier fires a hammered-pair, or two shots fired in rapid succession, at a distance of 15-yards for a combat marksmanship training range during Exercise Western Accord 2012.
Basic combat marksmanship focuses on techniques and maneuvers effective in urban environments and close-quarters battle. Exercise Western Accord 2012 is a multilateral training exercise with West African nations to increase understanding and interoperability, prevent conflict by enabling Africans to provide for their security and stability, strengthen relationships with partner nations, and promote and support U.S. national security priorities.
Participating nations include the U.S., Senegal, Gambia, Guinea, Burkina Faso and France.
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