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Lance Cpl. Janelle Y. Villa, MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII
Sgt. Jessy Longan, avionics quality assurance representative with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 463, proved his trigger finger-worthy when he shot a 400 at Puuloa Range Training Facility this past week.
Cpl. Nathan Knapke, EWA BEACH, Hawaii
Service members and civilians are currently participating in the annual Pacific Division Matches.
Lance Cpl. Nathan Knapke, PUULOA RANGE TRAINING FACILITY, Ewa Beach, Hawaii
One of a Marine’s best friends is his or her rifle. Marines master it as they master their lives. But if a Marine runs out of ammo or their rifle stops working during combat, a pistol could be their backup weapon. Marines learned about the new Combat Pistol Program qualification training and firing, which will replace annual pistol training.