Welcome to another day of wonderful photographs here at The Firearm Blog.
Once you’re done playing Candy Crush Saga on your smartphone you can relax with these magnificent pictures of a MLRS firing a Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System rocket.
Sometimes all it takes to take a great photo is to be there. At the right time and location and if you happen to been taking pictures of something that shoots rockets it certainly increases your chances of success.
Below: The 1-6 Field Artillery Battalion conducts dry fire missions with mock pods in the training fields at the U.S. Army Base in Grafenwoehr, Germany.
Below: The Electronic Technical Manual replaces the estimated 10 paper manual books and allows the Soldier to quickly search for the information needed while in the field and during combat.
All photos by Kinsey Lindstrom (US Army).
I am sure that very few people have ever seen a MLRS, or the M270 Multiple Launch Rocket System as it’s called. Have you ever seen one in real life?