During a daylight training iteration at the Joint Multinational Training Command’s (JMTC) Range 309 and its adjacent shoot house in Grafenwoehr , Germany, visiting multinational Soldiers from the International Special Training Centre, also known as ISTC, rehearses combat breaching and clearing techniques before conducting a live-fire explosive breach.
This training, conducted on May 13 and 14, 2013, is part of one of the many course modules offered by ISTC to provide high quality training in advanced and specialized skills to officers and non-commissioned officers from the Special Forces of various NATO nations.
JMTC Grafenwoehr and Hohenfels ranges and facilities are state-of-the-art and offer a variety of adaptable training scenarios and are regularly used by ISTC faculty and students. JMTC proximity to ISTC’s Headquarters in Pfullendorf, Germany, makes it an ideal training venue for NATO Soldiers while enrolled for ISTC training.
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(U.S. Army Photo by Michael Beaton/Released).