Fire Direction Officer executes safety diagram for live fire exercise

By Capt. Rachael JeffcoatSeptember 18, 2019

190916-A-FJ530-985 U.S. Army 2nd Lt. Spencer Persechino, a platoon leader with Bravo Battery, 5th Battalion 3rd Field Artillery makes the safety diagram while planning a bilateral live fire with the Western Army Field Artillery of the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force at Yausubetsu Training Area, Japan, Sept. 16. Bravo Battery, 5-3 FA BN deployed a Light High Mobility Artillery Rocket System package from Joint Base Lewis- McCord, Wash. to Japan in support of Orient Shield 2019. Orient Shield is a bilateral exercise where ideas, techniques, military experiences are shared in order to strengthen military operations, trust and friendship between U.S. forces and the JGSDF. (U.S. Army photo by Capt. Rachael Jeffcoat)
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