Homestead ARB’s CATM section sets crosshairs on excellence

Senior Airman Matthew Dickson, 482nd Security Forces Squadron Combat Arms Training and Maintenance instructor, teaches a class on the M-4 carbine at Homestead Air Reserve Base’s CATM range, Dec. 1. Airmen are scheduled to qualify within the 90 days prior to a deployment or annually, depending on their job, to stay within Air Force regulations. During an evaluation for the M-4, Airmen must hit the target on 17 of 24 rounds to qualify. All told, Airmen fire 192 rounds, to include both practice and evaluation rounds. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Jacob Jimenez)

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