Army Reserve Soldiers Participate in CORE-21

Army Reserve Sustainment Command Soldiers conduct weapons qualification, the Army Combat Fitness Test, and test their land navigation skills during the Contracting Operational Readiness Exercise-21 at Camp Bullis in San Antonio, Texas, on April 22, 2021.

🎥 by SPC. Hilson, SPC. Kestner, SPC. Peterson, SGT. Polar and edited by SPC. Patrick Hilson

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