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    CAX Video

    This video was made by one of our members and former Poolees Joe Syznal who is currently a Marine serving in Iraq. He put this together during the final week of live fire training. The Combined Arms Exercise (CAX) program at the Marine Corps Air-Ground Combat Center (MCAGCC), Twenty-nine Palms, California, is the Marine Corps’ most advanced live-fire unit-level combined arms training program for ground and air fire support with maneuver at the tactical level. The Marine Air Ground Task Force Training Command at Twentynine Palms is the premier live-fire base in the Marine Corps. Each year roughly one-third of the Fleet Marine Force and Marine Reserve units -- some 50,000 Marines in all -- participate in the base's training exercise program. It draws military personnel from all over the world for Combined Arms Exercises. A CAX involves several hundred Marines playing a war game against a fictitious enemy in which ground troops, armor, artillery, and aircraft engage enemy movements simultaneously.

    http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v6...ainingWeek.flv

    Enjoy the video and be motivated!

    Jim


    No better friend/No worse enemy


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    cool video. cant wait to be doing stuff like that.


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    Pretty Intense. OOrah!


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    Quote Originally Posted by jinelson View Post
    This video was made by one of our members and former Poolees Joe Syznal who is currently a Marine serving in Iraq. He put this together during the final week of live fire training. The Combined Arms Exercise (CAX) program at the Marine Corps Air-Ground Combat Center (MCAGCC), Twenty-nine Palms, California, is the Marine Corpsí most advanced live-fire unit-level combined arms training program for ground and air fire support with maneuver at the tactical level. The Marine Air Ground Task Force Training Command at Twentynine Palms is the premier live-fire base in the Marine Corps. Each year roughly one-third of the Fleet Marine Force and Marine Reserve units -- some 50,000 Marines in all -- participate in the base's training exercise program. It draws military personnel from all over the world for Combined Arms Exercises. A CAX involves several hundred Marines playing a war game against a fictitious enemy in which ground troops, armor, artillery, and aircraft engage enemy movements simultaneously.

    http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v6...ainingWeek.flv

    Enjoy the video and be motivated!

    Jim
    Hey I can't get into Photobucket to see it, Could you shoot it to me please? I used to have a great video of our Cax night fire , but can't find it.


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