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26 Sep. 2012
U.S. Marines train with shotguns on a firing range... more
USA-MARINES/TRAINING
RTR38GSY
26 Sep. 2012
Chesapeake, UNITED STATES
U.S. Marines train with shotguns on a firing range to be members of a Fleet Antiterrorism Security Team (FAST) unit at a training ground in Chesapeake, Virginia, September 25, 2012. Marine Corps officials say the intense training done at this site is imperative to ensure the young Marines will be ready to respond to threats against U.S. facilities on a moment's notice. But, they say, looming budget cuts may threaten the pace and realism of the training. The men who serve in the Marine Corps Fleet Anti-terrorism Security Teams (FAST) sign up for an extra, fifth year of service to get a spot on the high-speed force, then spend nearly four weeks of 10-hour days training at this Cold War-era Navy listening station. Picture taken September 25, 2012. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY BUSINESS)
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