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Joint Warfighter Series in Australia 2019 -The Firearm Blog

Below: The 5th Battalion, the Royal Australian Regiment on patrol during the combined Battle Group Lion Warfighter activity at Shoalwater Bay Training Area, QLD.

Below: 7th Battalion, the Royal Australian Regiment soldiers dismount to conduct an assault during Battle Group Lion’s live-fire Warfighter activity at Shoalwater Bay Training Area, QLD.

Below: Note the F88 Austeyr (great name there), a derivative of the Austrian Steyr AUG STG-77 assault rifle.

Below: An Australian Army 1st Armoured Regiment M1A1 Abrams tank fires a 120mm round from its main gun in a Support By Fire serial during the Warfighter activity at Shoalwater Bay Training Area, QLD.

Below: Sapper Cameron Bennett from 1st Combat Engineer Regiment takes a knee during a patrol prior to clearing an objective during the Warfighter activity at Shoalwater Bay Training Area, QLD.

Below: An Australian Army M113 AS4 (foreground) and an M1A1 Abrams tank prior to the live-fire serial for Battle Group Lion during the Warfighter series.

Below: Battle Group Lion’s M1A1 Abrams tanks en route to conduct a live-fire Warfighter activity at Shoalwater Bay Training Area, QLD.

The exercise confirmed the Battle Group’s ability to provide agile Combat Teams in support of the 1st Brigade as it prepares to assume responsibility as Army’s READY brigade from 1 October 2019.


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