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    Indiana National Guard Soldiers of Battery A, 2nd Battalion, 150th Field Artillery Regiment, headquartered in Greencastle, Ind., work together to smoothly execute a fire mission using their M777 Howitzers at Camp Atterbury Joint Maneuver Training Center in central Indiana, Thursday, Nov. 4. The Indiana Guard is one of the first states to be issued this piece of equipment.

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    1. rakkasan69 52 months ago | reply

      fantastic action shot

    2. DOUGBpix 52 months ago | reply

      Quite different from the 8 inch towed Howitzers we had in 3RD Howitzer Battalion 18th Artillery many years ago.

    3. 8mm & Other Stuff 52 months ago | reply

      Amazing detail and tones well done

    4. Ben F McManus 52 months ago | reply

      Great detail and the composition is fantastic. Very nice picture.

    5. Triund Baba © 52 months ago | reply

      wow this one look firey shot

    6. EvanGray 52 months ago | reply

      Thats some heavy duty weaponry!

    7. litjakauri 52 months ago | reply

      Great & cool photo! And awesome howitzer.

    8. ArunOjhaPrasad 52 months ago | reply

      God Bless Our Troops and their families.

    9. AlaskaMaggie 52 months ago | reply

      My son is in field artillery and uses the M777 in Afghanistan. "Eat. Sleep. Artillery." Hooah!

    10. chaleschapman 52 months ago | reply

      TLABSPAP (Good memories for this old artillery soldier!)

      * T: Trails, spades, and/or firing platform properly emplaced.

      * L: Lay weapon

      * A: Aiming point emplaced.

      * B: Boresight verified or performed.

      * S: Second circle. Verification of lay performed with a second aiming circle.

      * P: Prefire checks on the weapon system performed.

      * A: Ammunition prepared.

      * P: Position improvement (site to crest determined, XO's report rendered, alternate aiming points established, azimuth markers emplaced, camouflage, and defensive hardening of position).

    11. dlco4 52 months ago | reply

      Fabulous capture! That's one incredible piece of artillery! OMG!!!!!!! Thank you for serving!

    12. ehorsley5 52 months ago | reply

      this is my unit hooahh!!!

    13. legerolemacpherson 52 months ago | reply

      I'm a haitian I live in port-au-prince,I would like to be in the us army

    14. Ameer Hamza 51 months ago | reply

      lovely camera angle and the light provides good action and details

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