Fort Stewart, Ga., March 20, 2018 - The Common Remotely Operated Weapon Station is an externally mounted weapons control system that allows the gunner to remain inside the vehicle while firing various crew served Weapons.  Georgia National Guardsman from across the state attended the CROWS Operator Instructor course at the Georgia Garrison Training Center this week.(Georgia Army National Guard photo by Staff. Sgt. R.J. Lannom Jr.)
RMMD652BFort Stewart, Ga., March 20, 2018 - The Common Remotely Operated Weapon Station is an externally mounted weapons control system that allows the gunner to remain inside the vehicle while firing various crew served Weapons. Georgia National Guardsman from across the state attended the CROWS Operator Instructor course at the Georgia Garrison Training Center this week.(Georgia Army National Guard photo by Staff. Sgt. R.J. Lannom Jr.)
Fort Stewart, Ga., March 20, 2018 - The Common Remotely Operated Weapon Station is an externally mounted weapons control system that allows the gunner to remain inside the vehicle while firing various crew served Weapons.  Georgia National Guardsman from across the state attended the CROWS Operator Instructor course at the Georgia Garrison Training Center this week.(Georgia Army National Guard Image collection celebrating the bravery dedication commitment and sacrifice of U.S. Armed Forces and civilian personnel.
RMMJ3WGRFort Stewart, Ga., March 20, 2018 - The Common Remotely Operated Weapon Station is an externally mounted weapons control system that allows the gunner to remain inside the vehicle while firing various crew served Weapons. Georgia National Guardsman from across the state attended the CROWS Operator Instructor course at the Georgia Garrison Training Center this week.(Georgia Army National Guard Image collection celebrating the bravery dedication commitment and sacrifice of U.S. Armed Forces and civilian personnel.
Fort Stewart, Ga., March 20, 2018 - Georgia Air National Guardsman Senior Master Sgt. David Taylor, security forces, 165th Security Forces Squadron, Savannah, Ga., engages a 100-meter target during the Georgia Army National Guard Small Arms Leader Course. The course specilizes in the tactics and techniques of engagement and training Guardsman in weapons use.  (Georgia Army National Guard photo by Staff. Sgt. R.J. Lannom Jr.)
RMMD5FX3Fort Stewart, Ga., March 20, 2018 - Georgia Air National Guardsman Senior Master Sgt. David Taylor, security forces, 165th Security Forces Squadron, Savannah, Ga., engages a 100-meter target during the Georgia Army National Guard Small Arms Leader Course. The course specilizes in the tactics and techniques of engagement and training Guardsman in weapons use. (Georgia Army National Guard photo by Staff. Sgt. R.J. Lannom Jr.)
Fort Stewart, Ga., March 20, 2018 - Georgia Air National Guardsman Senior Master Sgt. David Taylor, security forces, 165th Security Forces Squadron, Savannah, Ga., engages a 100-meter target during the Georgia Army National Guard Small Arms Leader Course. The course specilizes in the tactics and techniques of engagement and training Guardsman in weapons use.  (Georgia Army National Guard Armed Forces and civilians displaying courage bravery dedication commitment and sacrifice
RMMJP7K8Fort Stewart, Ga., March 20, 2018 - Georgia Air National Guardsman Senior Master Sgt. David Taylor, security forces, 165th Security Forces Squadron, Savannah, Ga., engages a 100-meter target during the Georgia Army National Guard Small Arms Leader Course. The course specilizes in the tactics and techniques of engagement and training Guardsman in weapons use. (Georgia Army National Guard Armed Forces and civilians displaying courage bravery dedication commitment and sacrifice
Fort Stewart, Ga., March 20, 2018 - Georgia Army National Guardsmen walk through the final pre-checks of the CROWS firing system under the supervision of a instructor during the CROWS Instructor's Course at the Georgia Garrison training Center.  The Common Remotely Operated Weapon Station is an externally mounted weapons control system that allows the gunner to remain inside the vehicle while firing various crew served Weapons.  (Georgia Army National Guard photo by Staff. Sgt. R.J. Lannom Jr.)
RMMD6529Fort Stewart, Ga., March 20, 2018 - Georgia Army National Guardsmen walk through the final pre-checks of the CROWS firing system under the supervision of a instructor during the CROWS Instructor's Course at the Georgia Garrison training Center. The Common Remotely Operated Weapon Station is an externally mounted weapons control system that allows the gunner to remain inside the vehicle while firing various crew served Weapons. (Georgia Army National Guard photo by Staff. Sgt. R.J. Lannom Jr.)
Fort Stewart, Ga., March 20, 2018 - Georgia Army National Guardsmen walk through the final pre-checks of the CROWS firing system under the supervision of a instructor during the CROWS Instructor's Course at the Georgia Garrison training Center.  The Common Remotely Operated Weapon Station is an externally mounted weapons control system that allows the gunner to remain inside the vehicle while firing various crew served Weapons.  (Georgia Army National Guard Image collection celebrating the bravery dedication commitment and sacrifice of U.S. Armed Forces and civilian personnel.
RMMJ3WK1Fort Stewart, Ga., March 20, 2018 - Georgia Army National Guardsmen walk through the final pre-checks of the CROWS firing system under the supervision of a instructor during the CROWS Instructor's Course at the Georgia Garrison training Center. The Common Remotely Operated Weapon Station is an externally mounted weapons control system that allows the gunner to remain inside the vehicle while firing various crew served Weapons. (Georgia Army National Guard Image collection celebrating the bravery dedication commitment and sacrifice of U.S. Armed Forces and civilian personnel.
Fort Stewart, Ga., March 20, 2018 - Georgia Army National Gaurdsman Spc. Brandon C. Schultz, military policement, 179th Military Police Company, Fort, Stewart, Ga., briefs the performance steps to a group of Soldiers during the CROWS Instructors training course.  The Common Remotely Operated Weapon Station is an externally mounted weapons control system that allows the gunner to remain inside the vehicle while firing various crew served weapons.  (Georgia Army National Guard photo by Staff. Sgt. R.J. Lannom Jr.)
RMMD5KPJFort Stewart, Ga., March 20, 2018 - Georgia Army National Gaurdsman Spc. Brandon C. Schultz, military policement, 179th Military Police Company, Fort, Stewart, Ga., briefs the performance steps to a group of Soldiers during the CROWS Instructors training course. The Common Remotely Operated Weapon Station is an externally mounted weapons control system that allows the gunner to remain inside the vehicle while firing various crew served weapons. (Georgia Army National Guard photo by Staff. Sgt. R.J. Lannom Jr.)
Fort Stewart, Ga., March 20, 2018 - Georgia Army National Gaurdsman Spc. Brandon C. Schultz, military policement, 179th Military Police Company, Fort, Stewart, Ga., briefs the performance steps to a group of Soldiers during the CROWS Instructors training course.  The Common Remotely Operated Weapon Station is an externally mounted weapons control system that allows the gunner to remain inside the vehicle while firing various crew served weapons.  (Georgia Army National Guard photo by Staff. Sgt. R.J. Lannom Jr.)
RMMD6527Fort Stewart, Ga., March 20, 2018 - Georgia Army National Gaurdsman Spc. Brandon C. Schultz, military policement, 179th Military Police Company, Fort, Stewart, Ga., briefs the performance steps to a group of Soldiers during the CROWS Instructors training course. The Common Remotely Operated Weapon Station is an externally mounted weapons control system that allows the gunner to remain inside the vehicle while firing various crew served weapons. (Georgia Army National Guard photo by Staff. Sgt. R.J. Lannom Jr.)
Fort Stewart, Ga., March 20, 2018 - Georgia Army National Guardsmen Staff Sgt. Christopher Robinson, Bravo Company, 3rd Battalion, 121st Infantry, Atlanta, Ga., and Sgt. Bradley Sherman, Charlie Company, 12nd Battalion, 12st Infantry , Cordele, Ga., perform pre-system checks on the CROWS weapon system to ensure porper operation.  The Common Remotely Operated Weapon Station is an externally mounted weapons control system that allows the gunner to remain inside the vehicle while firing various crew served Weapons.  (Georgia Army National Guard Image collection celebrating the bravery dedication
RMMJ3WHRFort Stewart, Ga., March 20, 2018 - Georgia Army National Guardsmen Staff Sgt. Christopher Robinson, Bravo Company, 3rd Battalion, 121st Infantry, Atlanta, Ga., and Sgt. Bradley Sherman, Charlie Company, 12nd Battalion, 12st Infantry , Cordele, Ga., perform pre-system checks on the CROWS weapon system to ensure porper operation. The Common Remotely Operated Weapon Station is an externally mounted weapons control system that allows the gunner to remain inside the vehicle while firing various crew served Weapons. (Georgia Army National Guard Image collection celebrating the bravery dedication
Fort Stewart, Ga., March 20, 2018 - Georgia Army National Guardsman Staff Sgt. Jennifer R. Heath-Strickland, operations noncommissioned officer, 170th Military Police Battalion, Decatur, Ga., coaches Spc. David Z. Keldie, military policaman, 179th Military Police Company, Fort Stewart, Ga., during the Georgia Army National Guard Small Arms Leaders Course.  The course teaches advanced marksmanship tactics and techinques so Soldiers so they can return to their units and teach their Soldiers.  (Georgia Army National Guard phot by Staff Sgt. R.J. Lannom Jr.)
RMMD5FX4Fort Stewart, Ga., March 20, 2018 - Georgia Army National Guardsman Staff Sgt. Jennifer R. Heath-Strickland, operations noncommissioned officer, 170th Military Police Battalion, Decatur, Ga., coaches Spc. David Z. Keldie, military policaman, 179th Military Police Company, Fort Stewart, Ga., during the Georgia Army National Guard Small Arms Leaders Course. The course teaches advanced marksmanship tactics and techinques so Soldiers so they can return to their units and teach their Soldiers. (Georgia Army National Guard phot by Staff Sgt. R.J. Lannom Jr.)
Fort Stewart, Ga., March 20, 2018 - Georgia Army National Guardsmen Staff Sgt. Christopher Robinson, Bravo Company, 3rd Battalion, 121st Infantry, Atlanta, Ga., and Sgt. Bradley Sherman, Charlie Company, 12nd Battalion, 12st Infantry , Cordele, Ga., install the barrell of a CROWS mounted M2A2 .50 caliber machine gun during the Instructor's training course. Upon completion of the course, the new instructors will teach Georgia National Guardsmen new tactics, techniques and procedures to utilize the system effectively.  (Georgia Army National Guard Image collection celebrating the bravery dedicat
RMMJ3WHFFort Stewart, Ga., March 20, 2018 - Georgia Army National Guardsmen Staff Sgt. Christopher Robinson, Bravo Company, 3rd Battalion, 121st Infantry, Atlanta, Ga., and Sgt. Bradley Sherman, Charlie Company, 12nd Battalion, 12st Infantry , Cordele, Ga., install the barrell of a CROWS mounted M2A2 .50 caliber machine gun during the Instructor's training course. Upon completion of the course, the new instructors will teach Georgia National Guardsmen new tactics, techniques and procedures to utilize the system effectively. (Georgia Army National Guard Image collection celebrating the bravery dedicat
Fort Stewart, Ga., March 20, 2018 - Georgia Army National Guardsmen Staff Sgt. Christopher Robinson, Bravo Company, 3rd Battalion, 121st Infantry, Atlanta, Ga., and Sgt. Bradley Sherman, Charlie Company, 12nd Battalion, 12st Infantry , Cordele, Ga., perform pre-system checks on the CROWS weapon system to ensure porper operation.  The Common Remotely Operated Weapon Station is an externally mounted weapons control system that allows the gunner to remain inside the vehicle while firing various crew served Weapons.  (Georgia Army National Guard photo by Staff. Sgt. R.J. Lannom Jr.)
RMMD6526Fort Stewart, Ga., March 20, 2018 - Georgia Army National Guardsmen Staff Sgt. Christopher Robinson, Bravo Company, 3rd Battalion, 121st Infantry, Atlanta, Ga., and Sgt. Bradley Sherman, Charlie Company, 12nd Battalion, 12st Infantry , Cordele, Ga., perform pre-system checks on the CROWS weapon system to ensure porper operation. The Common Remotely Operated Weapon Station is an externally mounted weapons control system that allows the gunner to remain inside the vehicle while firing various crew served Weapons. (Georgia Army National Guard photo by Staff. Sgt. R.J. Lannom Jr.)