The Army Goes Turkey Hunting

A soldier assigned to the 25th Infantry Division Lightning Academy demonstrates what is known as an Australian rappel during the academy's Activation Ceremony at Schofield Barracks in Wahiawa, Hawaii, on May 1. The Lightning Academy is designed to provide a unique, realistic and highly demanding, multilateral, multinational training for 25th Infantry Division soldiers, as well as other branches of the military, other agencies and international partners.
A soldier assigned to the 25th Infantry Division Lightning Academy demonstrates what is known as an Australian rappel during the academy’s Activation Ceremony at Schofield Barracks in Wahiawa, Hawaii, on May 1. The Lightning Academy is designed to provide a unique, realistic and highly demanding, multilateral, multinational training for 25th Infantry Division soldiers, as well as other branches of the military, other agencies and international partners.

3 thoughts on “The Army Goes Turkey Hunting”

  1. Confucius say; confusion arises when partaking in a ‘run-down-abseil ‘ whilst firing blanks through a weapon! First of all you are not in control of your self or your weapon, and secondly your brake man catches hot brass as he looks up while supporting you…

    A brake man, break dancing, while holding a brake line; is a recipe for the ‘run-down-abseiler’ eating dirt…

    My mind is boggling?

    Aye.

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