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Download full resolution image Security Forces Squadron members of the 106th Rescue Wing conduct night-firing training at the Suffolk County Police Range in Westhampton Beach, N.Y., May 7, 2015. During this training, the airmen learned small-group tactics, how to use their night-vision

Night-Firing For Security Forces Members

Security Forces Squadron members of the New York Air National Guards 106th Rescue Wing conduct night-firing training at the Suffolk County Police Range in Westhampton Beach NY on May 7th 2015.During this training the airmen learned small-group tactics how to use their night-vision gear and trained with visible and infrared designators.

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