Have you ever wanted to know what goes through the mind of an elite Marine scout sniper before pulling the trigger? The Defense Video & Imagery Distribution System (DVIDS) — the media and public relations arm of the U.S. military — has released an awesome new video that takes the viewer inside that thought process.
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The footage was taken during Forest Light 17-1, a bi-lateral exercise involving the III Marine Expeditionary Force and the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force.
Exercise Forest Light 17-1 took place between March 5 and March 17 at Camp Soumagahara, Gunma Prefecture, Japan. The Corps says it’s designed to demonstrate both countries’ enduring commitment to peace, stability, and security across the region.
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After watching the video above, we get the feeling that the region is in good hands.
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