POTD: Eager Lion Squad Attack Tactics By: Eric B

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Over time, TFB’s Photo Of The Day has become an impressive gallery, with an ever-growing number of images of firearms in all sorts of environments. We’re now looking at images from Titin in Jordan, where U.S. Marines assigned to Fleet Anti-Terrorism Security Team Central Command (FASTCENT) conduct a live-fire squad attack. The images are from the Exercise Eager Lion 22.

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Below: U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Harrison Preston, assigned to Fleet Anti-Terrorism Security Team Central Command (FASTCENT), prepares for a live fire attack.

Below: U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Luc Bongiovanni, assigned to Fleet Anti-Terrorism Security Team Central Command (FASTCENT), conducts a live fire squad attack range during Exercise Eager Lion 22.

Eager Lion 22 is described as a multilateral exercise hosted by the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, designed to exchange military expertise, and improve interoperability among partner nations, and is considered the capstone of a broader U.S. military relationship with the Jordanian Armed Forces (JAF). Jordan.

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Photos and captions by Cpl. Juan Carpanzano, Task Force 51/5th Marine Expeditionary Brigade