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STAYING PROFICIENT

Above at left: U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Aaron Gentz, team member, special reaction team (SRT), Provost Marshal’s Office, Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, fires a Sig Sauer M16 pistol Tuesday, Jan. 10, during a moving drill at MCRD Parris Island. Above at right: U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Efrain Arroyo, team commander, special reaction team (SRT), Provost Marshal’s Office, Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, fires a Sig Sauer M16 pistol Tuesday, Jan. 10, to remain tactically proficient at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island. The SRT is comprised of military police personnel trained to give an installation commander the ability to counter a threat situation surpassing normal law enforcement capabilities. SRT must be capable of isolating a crisis scene, providing proficient marksmanship support, conducting tactical movement and building entry, and clearing buildings. Photos by Sgt. Cheyeanne Campbell/USMC

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