Army Reserve shooters provide training to 82nd Airborne

04/12/2012 | DVIDS

Members of the U.S. Army Reserve Shooting Team helped conduct Designated Marksman training on the M14EBR-RI Enhanced Battle Rifle for members of the 82nd Airborne at Fort Bragg, N.C. Spending cuts are expected to make the National Guard and Reserves a more critical component of the U.S. military, and officials say cross-training is an effective way to prepare reserve units for integration into active components of the military, according to this article.

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