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SHADOW RANGE, Iraq – While Seabees work on the new Command Operations Center, Marines from the Advanced Infantry Training Center put the finishing touches on a few of the ranges here Oct. 12. Shadow Range is a combined-arms range capable of supporting company-level training operations. Shadow is only initially capable right now, but plans are for the range to be fully operational this upcoming December or January. The courses offered here include a 14-day Tactical Small Unit Leaders Course, a seven-day Female Search Team certification course, a five-day Combined Arms Training Program for team to platoon sized training and a ten-day Combined Arms Training Program for team to company sized training. The range also supports mechanized assault training, aviation, artillery and mortar training.  (Marine photo by Cpl. GP Ingersoll)
081011-M-8187I-004.jpg Photo By: Cpl. GP Ingersoll

Oct 12, 2008
SHADOW RANGE, Iraq – While Seabees work on the new Command Operations Center, Marines from the Advanced Infantry Training Center put the finishing touches on a few of the ranges here Oct. 12. Shadow Range is a combined-arms range capable of supporting company-level training operations. Shadow is only initially capable right now, but plans are for the range to be fully operational this upcoming December or January. The courses offered here include a 14-day Tactical Small Unit Leaders Course, a seven-day Female Search Team certification course, a five-day Combined Arms Training Program for team to platoon sized training and a ten-day Combined Arms Training Program for team to company sized training. The range also supports mechanized assault training, aviation, artillery and mortar training. (Marine photo by Cpl. GP Ingersoll)


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