U.S. Army Pfc. Christian Reim, assigned to the Provost Marshall Office, U.S. Army Garrison Benelux at the Army Prepositioned Stock site in Dülmen, Germany, relates his participation in a Law Enforcement Weapons Training and Qualification with M4 carbines at the 25-meter indoor range, on Chièvres Air Base, Belgium, November 18, 2019. (U.S. Army video by Pierre-Etienne Courtejoie)
I’m PFC Reim. My place of duty is APS-2 Dulman over in Germany, and I am Military Police Patrol over there. So APS is Army Prepositioned Stock. So our mission is to guard the prepositioned stock for if there is an emergency, whether it’s war or if we need to pull stuff for training, and basically what the Military Police do there is they roam around, they patrol and they guard the stock. Today we did a lot of different firing styles, firing types, and we also qual’ed with the M4A1 Carbine. We did LEWTAQ training.
[Man] Ready! (gun firing) Ready!
[Christian] It really minimizes the time it would take to use force if we have to, and it makes you a better shooter too.
I fracture them. I just get down, line on your sight, just like that.
All right? There you go, look at that, perfect.
So basically the gist of it, shooting positions is, if you’re taking fire, you wanna have as much low profile as you can, and the training that we did today definitely tested us with that.