Sunday, December 28, 2014

How about some "Steel" Battalion Photos?

If you've been following my blog, and I know you have, you're well aware that my time has been consumed by my position as Battalion Public Affairs Representative for the "Steel" Battalion, 1-38 Field Artillery (MLRS) near the DMZ in Korea. I spend my days shooting photos of our training events and other events of interest and I also manage our social media pages. This work keeps me away from My Gun Diary and presents a bit of a conflict of interest, as it would be shirking my duty for me to produce content for My Gun Diary and not my Battalion. However, from time to time I can certainly share some of the highlights from around the Battalion as I have done so with this post.

Please "Like" our Battalion Facebook page, that way you can follow my exploits and view all of the photos I've been shooting over here in Korea. https://www.facebook.com/SteelBehindTheRock

And if you enjoy my photos please "Like" my photography page at https://www.facebook.com/FelixGPhoto

Pictured below: Crew-served weapons (M240B and M249) training at Montana Range, South Korea and MEDEVAC training at Camp Casey, Korea.