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Stunning Video of Marine Corps Low-Light Assault

Published 1 years ago

Marines from 3rd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment aboard Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms conduct a low-light assault. The footage is stunning.


You really just have to appreciate footage for what it is sometimes. There's nothing overtly sexy about this video. It's just a group of Marines conducting a low-light assault on an empty compound for training purposes. While the Marines do a great job, and I'm sure they learn a lot, there just honestly isn't anything about the actions taken in this video that makes it stand out. It's routine training work. That said, you have to give the Marine videographer some credit for the work that was done on this video. They managed to capture some really stunning scenes and images with this one.


Military photographers, I think, are a group of people who don't get nearly enough love for their talents. Those guys and gals put in some serious work at just about every military event that occurs. While their peers are kicking in doors with rifles and hand-grenades, they're right there following them with nothing more than a standard issue camera following them through the door to immortalize the movement as part of history.


Props on this video. It's amazing.


josh brooks

Published 1 years ago

Marines from 3rd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment aboard Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms conduct a low-light assault. The footage is stunning.


You really just have to appreciate footage for what it is sometimes. There's nothing overtly sexy about this video. It's just a group of Marines conducting a low-light assault on an empty compound for training purposes. While the Marines do a great job, and I'm sure they learn a lot, there just honestly isn't anything about the actions taken in this video that makes it stand out. It's routine training work. That said, you have to give the Marine videographer some credit for the work that was done on this video. They managed to capture some really stunning scenes and images with this one.


Military photographers, I think, are a group of people who don't get nearly enough love for their talents. Those guys and gals put in some serious work at just about every military event that occurs. While their peers are kicking in doors with rifles and hand-grenades, they're right there following them with nothing more than a standard issue camera following them through the door to immortalize the movement as part of history.


Props on this video. It's amazing.


josh brooks

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