Shooting from the FRONT LINES

Chen, Laurence
November 2011
Popular Photography;Nov2011, Vol. 75 Issue 11, p64
The article offers information on serving in the Navy Combat Camera unit of the U.S. Armed Forces. It notes that Combat Camera units are military personnel who have been trained for warfare and assigned to take pictures and video of various military operations around the world. The article cites that Navy Combat Camera units need to complete four months of classes in video and photography and undergo final testing at the Quick Shot field exercise in Azusa, California.


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