I have already pointed out a few times the importance of combat cameras (COMCAM) in disseminating the activity of an army.
Recently, 4,000 soldiers from 16 NATO countries have taken part in the Saber Junction 23 exercise in Hohenfels, Germany. These maneuvers have been recorded by several COMCAMs of the United States Army, including 1st Sergeant Michel Sauret, an excellent COMCAM who is a professional photographer (I recommend his Instagram account). A few days ago, DVIDS published a series of photos of him that look like they were taken from a movie. You can see some below.
A US Army UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter transporting soldiers from the 2nd Cavalry Regiment during an air assault exercise.
The One-Four OPFOR. M-113A3 OSV armored vehicles of the 1st Battalion of the 4th Infantry Regiment of the US Army. It is the unit that acts as the opposition force in Hohenfels. I told you about them here in April.
Death lurking from the sky. A French soldier reacts to the appearance of a swarm of drones during the exercise.
A soldier from the US Army's 2nd Cavalry Regiment with a blank ammunition belt during the exercise. And the best part comes next: a soldier from the aforementioned Regiment firing an FN MAG M-240 7.62 mm caliber machine gun. Some spectacular photos.
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