A soldier with the Norwegian Armed Forces prepares to fire an M72 Light Anti-Tank Weapon alongside special tactics operators from 352nd Special Operations Wing, during a live-fire training near Banak Air Base, Norway, Dec. 10, 2019. The training was part of a bigger exercise that encompassed live ammunition fire, infiltration and exfiltration and cold-weather training utilizing the 352nd SOW’s CV-22B Osprey and MC130J Commando II. This training increases readiness and interoperability with allied and partner forces.
The Pic of the Day: US and Norwegian operators rocking some Vietnam-era weapons
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