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SPECIALIST CHRIS HARTSEN

Specialist Chris Hartsen answers Cody from Warren, Ohio, who asks; "I would like to get to get a idea of how often you get to fire your weapon and work on marksmanship in basic training?"

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SPECIALIST CHRIS HARTSEN

Specialist Chris Hartsen answers Cody from Warren, Ohio, who asks; "I would like to get to get a idea of how often you get to fire your weapon and work on marksmanship in basic training?"

My name is Specialist Chris Hartsen from Denver, Colorado; here to answer a question from Cody from Warren, Ohio, he asked; "I would like to get to get a idea of how often you get to fire your weapon and work on marksmanship in basic training?"
You get to fire hundreds of rounds a throughout basic training, both a combination of blanks and live ammunition. And we spend an entire three-week period on basic marksmanship in itself, ending with the qualification course. So, I hope that answers your question Cody.
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