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The U.S. Marine Corps Shooting Team competes in Royal Marines Operational Shooting Competition

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The SA-80 rifle & Kit sits in a case before being used by the U.S. Marine Corps Shooting Team in the Royal Marine Operational Shooting Competition (RMOSC), hosted by the British Royal Mairnes at Altrar Training Camp, Hightown, England, Sept. 9-16, 2015. The purpose of the RMOSC is to evaluate the marksmanship skill, and physical and operational abilities of American, British, French, and Dutch Marines in combat related shooting matches by utilizing realistic structures, fast-moving targets, and movement to contact drills. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Timothy Turner/Released)

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Cpl. Steve Linley, British Combat Marksmanship Team, gives a weapons safety brief to the U.S. Marine Corps Shooting team before the Royal Marine Operational Shooting Competition (RMOSC), hosted by the British Royal Mairnes at Altrar Training Camp, Hightown, England, Sept. 9-16, 2015. The purpose of the RMOSC is to evaluate the marksmanship skill, and physical and operational abilities of American, British, French, and Dutch Marines in combat related shooting matches by utilizing realistic structures, fast-moving targets, and movement to contact drills. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Timothy Turner/Released)

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A U.S. Marine with the Marine Corps Shooting Team recieves a weapons brief on the SA-80 rifle before the Royal Marine Operational Shooting Competition (RMOSC), hosted by the British Royal Mairnes at Altrar Training Camp, Hightown, England, Sept. 9-16, 2015. The purpose of the RMOSC is to evaluate the marksmanship skill, and physical and operational abilities of American, British, French, and Dutch Marines in combat related shooting matches by utilizing realistic structures, fast-moving targets, and movement to contact drills. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Timothy Turner/Released)

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The SA-80 rifle bolt carrier group sits, disassembled during a weaopons brief before being used by the U.S. Marine Corps Shooting Team in the Royal Marine Operational Shooting Competition (RMOSC), hosted by the British Royal Mairnes at Altrar Training Camp, Hightown, England, Sept. 9-16, 2015. The purpose of the RMOSC is to evaluate the marksmanship skill, and physical and operational abilities of American, British, French, and Dutch Marines in combat related shooting matches by utilizing realistic structures, fast-moving targets, and movement to contact drills. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Timothy Turner/Released)

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Cpl. Jonny Mason, British Combat Marksmanship Team, gives a weapons safety brief to the U.S. Marine Corps Shooting team before the Royal Marine Operational Shooting Competition (RMOSC), hosted by the British Royal Mairnes at Altrar Training Camp, Hightown, England, Sept. 9-16, 2015. The purpose of the RMOSC is to evaluate the marksmanship skill, and physical and operational abilities of American, British, French, and Dutch Marines in combat related shooting matches by utilizing realistic structures, fast-moving targets, and movement to contact drills. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Timothy Turner/Released)
 

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