Watch U.S. Marines Conduct A Live-Fire Assault Range - American Military News

Watch U.S. Marines Conduct A Live-Fire Assault Range

Integrated Training Exercise, or ITX as it is known to the Marines who participate, is a month long training operation executed in Twentynine Palms, California. Generally, this is the ultimate culmination of training for a Marine infantry battalion, and features fireteam, squad, platoon, company, and battalion-wide ranges and exercises.

This video, which features Marines disembarking from the back of aircraft, running to the objective, and running a plethora of combined arm drills, will definitely motivate you to conquer whatever it may be that comes your way today.

Overseen by Instructors known as Coyotes, these events showcase the full arsenal of a Marine infantry battalion, and show you just how difficult and dangerous these training exercises can be. Check it out for yourself:

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