POTD: Rounds On Target with the M4 Service Rifle

    M4 service rifle

    Nothing to do? Each day you are welcome to TFB’s selection of photo highlights. We call this Photo Of The Day and above we see a chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear specialist assigned to the 369th Chemical Company, 455th Chemical Brigade, 76th Operational Response Command. He’s firing at pop-up targets with his M4 service rifle at a range on Camp Williams, Utah.

    Below: Zeroing the M4.

    M4 service rifle

    Below: Shooting the SIG Sauer M17.

    Army Reserve Sgt. Miguel Ortega, an administrative specialist and native of San Jose, California, assigned to Indo-Pacific Command (Army Reserve Element), 76th Operational Response Command, fires a SIG Sauer M17 service pistol

    I don’t know about you, but I’d prefer a helmet which didn’t have what looks like a bullet hole in the wrong place.

    Army Reserve Sgt. Jennifer Phillips, a medical logistics specialist and native of Green Bay, Wisconsin, assigned to the 361st Medical Logistics Company, 807th Medical Command (Deployment Support), displays a paper target showing her shot grouping after zeroing her M4 service rifle as a range on Camp Williams, Utah, April 14. Phillips was one of fifteen Army Reserve Soldiers from around the country who recently came to Camp Williams to compete in a Joint Command Best Warrior Competition that challenged the Soldiers with five-days of rigorous physical and mental events ranging from the Army Combat Fitness Test to marksmanship, medical knowledge and warrior skills.

    Official U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. 1st Class Brent C. Powell.