U.S. Army Ground Forces Show Their Capabilities During Exercises in the Desert

U.S. Army Forces carry out combined arms live fire exercises in the desert conditions | Compilation. Video includes an aerial response force live-fire training exercise. The exercise involved air insertion and extraction by CH-47 Chinook and Exercise Bright Star – multilateral U.S. Central Command training exercise, held with the Arab Republic of Egypt.

Video Credits: 1st Lt. Leland White, Staff Sgt. Matthew Keeler, 1st Lt. William Hill II and Spc. Jovi Prevot, Staff Sgt. John Raven, 2nd Lt. Crystal Farris

Thumbnail Credit: Photo by Cpl. Thomas Mudd

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M2 Bradley Vehicles Demonstrate Combat Power

M2 Bradley crews fire the 25 mm M242 Chain Gun and Tube-launched Optically-tracked Wire-guided (TOW) missiles from their Bradley Fighting Vehicles on simulated objectives during live-fire exercises.

The crews conduct training maneuvers, demonstrate combat power and proficiency.

The trainings was conducted to assess operational effectiveness.

The M2 Bradley, or Bradley IFV, is an American infantry fighting vehicle that is a member of the Bradley Fighting Vehicle family. It is manufactured by BAE Systems Land & Armaments, which was formerly United Defense.

The Bradley is designed for reconnaissance and to transport a squad of infantry, providing them protection from small arms fire, while also providing firepower to both suppress and eliminate most threats to friendly infantry. It is designed to be highly maneuverable and to be fast enough to keep up with heavy armor during an advance. The M2 holds a crew of three: a commander, a gunner and a driver, as well as six fully equipped soldiers.

The total cost of the program is $5,664,100,000, and the average unit costs $3,166,000.

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Inside the M109 Paladin 155 mm Self-Propelled Howitzer

Soldiers conduct fire mission inside an M109A6 Paladin during their military training. The live-fire exercise was designed to certify the battalion ensuring they can operate effectively within the brigade, and to enhance their readiness for real time firing missions.

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US Army Soldiers Intense Live Fire Combat Training

U.S. Army soldiers from 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), assigned to Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa’s (CJTF-HOA) East African Response Force (EARF), practice marksmanship with M4 rifles, advanced marksmanship techniques and different live fire training exercise at Range in Djibouti, Africa. The purpose of the East African Response Force is to rapidly provide tailorable packages of forces to protect American interests on the continent of Africa should any threats arise.

Also footage includes assault through a desert area in Dona Ana, NM. on July 14th 2017. (07:14 – 11:23)

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BGM-71 TOW Anti-Tank Guided Missile in Action – Target Shooting Live-Fire

U.S. Soldiers train with the TOW missile system in order to validate operational readiness utilizing anti-armor weapons systems.

The BGM-71 TOW is an American anti-tank missile. TOW replaced much smaller missiles like the SS.10 and ENTAC, offering roughly twice the effective range, a more powerful warhead, and a greatly improved semi-automatic guidance system that could also be equipped with infrared cameras for night time use.

First produced in 1970, the TOW is one of the most widely used anti-tank guided missiles. It can be found in a wide variety of manually carried and vehicle mounted forms, as well as widespread use on helicopters. Originally designed by Hughes Aircraft in the 1960s, the weapon is currently produced by Raytheon.

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GoPro Helmet Cam Footage of M2 & M240 Machine Gunners During Live Fire Combat Training

Body-mounted camera view of U.S. Marine and U.S. Army machine gunners engage targets during the convoy live fire exercise. CLF training enhances gunners abilities to react to enemy fire while conducting a convoy patrol. This exercise prepares for the critical task of providing convoy security while deployed.

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Ultimate Anti-Tank Weapon: FGM-148 Javelin Missile

US Soldiers/Marines fire an FGM-148 Javelin anti-tank missile during live fire training exercise.

The FGM-148 Javelin is an American man-portable fire-and-forget anti-tank missile fielded to replace the M47 Dragon anti-tank missile in US service. It uses an automatic infrared guidance that allows the user to seek cover immediately after launch, as opposed to wired guided systems, like the Dragon, where the user has to actively guide the weapon throughout the engagement.

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Tank Destroyer M1134 Stryker in Action – Awesome Tanks Hits with the TOW Missile

US Soldiers/Marines conducting anti-tank training. TOW missiles fired from M41 Sabers mounted to the turrets of Stryker Combat Vehicles. Video also includes shots with the LAV-25 (Light Armored Vehicle), M1128 Stryker (Mobile Gun System) and M1126 Infantry Carrier Vehicle.

M1134 Anti-Tank Guided Missile Vehicle is a US armored fighting vehicle from the Stryker family of vehicles. As the brigade’s primary tank destroyer system, the ATGM reinforces the brigade’s infantry battalions, reinforces the brigade reconnaissance squadron and provides long-range direct fires.

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US Army Paratroopers in Action During Heavy Combat Live Fire Training – 173rd Airborne Brigade

U.S. Paratroopers conduct a combined arms live fire exercise at several countries in Europe – compilation. The 173rd Airborne Brigade is the U.S. Army’s Contingency Response Force in Europe, providing rapidly-deploying forces to the U.S. Army Europe, Africa and Central Command areas of responsibility within 18 hours. The brigade routinely trains alongside NATO allies and partners to build stronger relationships and strengthen the alliance.

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Ukrainian Soldiers in Action with Support US Army During Live Fire & Combat Training

Yavoriv Combat Training Center. CTC trainers, partnered with Soldiers of the U.S. Army’s 45th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, are teaching soldiers of the Ukrainian army’s how to operate RPG-7 and RPG-22 rocket-propelled grenades, GP-25 grenade launchers and how to employ grenades from behind cover during the Battalion’s training rotation at the CTC located on the International Peacekeeping and Security Center, near Yavoriv Ukraine.

Also U.S. Soldiers conduct Basic Leader Course STX lanes at the Yavoriv Combat Training Center on the International Peacekeeping and Security Center, near Yavoriv, Ukraine, on April 20. 40 Soldiers from the 45th Infantry Brigade Combat Team took part in the BLC course while deployed to Ukraine in support of the Joint Multinational Training Group – Ukraine.

Artillerymen from the 45th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, Oklahoma Army National Guard supervise the firing of the Ukrainian, 122 mm, self-propelled howitzer, the 2S1 Gvozdika and multiple rocket launcher, the BM-21 Grad during a combined-arms battalion live-fire exercise held at the Yavoriv Combat Training Center. The Oklahoma Guardsmen are deployed in support of Joint Multinational Training Group-Ukraine, a mission geared towards training and professionalizing the Ukrainian army and developing Ukrainian combat training center staff.

BMPs from the Ukrainian army’s engage targets during night-fire familiarization training at the International Peacekeeping and Security Center.

International Peacekeeping and Security Center, Ukraine 2017.

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