Six shooters from the United States military have taken a holiday shoot that has gone viral, with one shooting a girl and the other a man.
The photo shoot took place Sunday at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina.
The women were among the first to go on the shoot, which is called “The Last Rifle” and has been going on for three years.
The group is taking part in the first annual “CALVES” competition, which celebrates men and women who are at the top of their game.
The six shooters, who were all selected from among the more than 3,000 people who have applied for the competition, are part of a group called “CALLUS” that includes women, people of color, people with disabilities and people with special needs.
Here’s how they shot the photo shoot.
The 6 shooters: Roberta Johnson-Bennett of North Carolina, Jessica Lacey of New York, Brittany Cogswell of Texas, Jessica Voss of Washington, Brittany Smith of Texas and Krista M. Jones of Missouri.
“The idea was to showcase a bunch of these incredible individuals,” said Ryan Jones, who was part of the group.
“It was really fun.
“And we were really proud to be here, because we know how important it is for us to showcase these amazing women and their incredible accomplishments.” “
We were shooting from a distance,” he added.
“And we were really proud to be here, because we know how important it is for us to showcase these amazing women and their incredible accomplishments.”
The six women have shot photos and videos with each other and with the public, and many have been in awe of their skills.
They’ve made videos, created websites, played games, worked in restaurants, and even played basketball in front of a TV in the shooting range.
The men, who include Army veteran David O. Williams, also are among the top shooters in the United State military, and have made videos for their families.
“I have been able to do so many things, and I just love being in the military,” Williams said.
“You get to do something like this, which I feel I deserve.
I really enjoyed it.”
The men and their families are now in New York City to attend CALVES.
A total of about 5,000 military members, the women and the men have shot more than 6,000 photos and more than 800 videos in their time in the U.S. military.
They are also competing at CALVETS.
“CALS” is a term for “Cancer Survivorship, Adaptation, and Resilience Training,” and has become a rallying cry for many wounded veterans.
The military has been using CALVs to teach people how to survive and cope with traumatic events.
“People are going through this,” said Lacey, who served in the Marine Corps for three and a half years.
“When I’m in the room, I can’t imagine being in any other situation.
The shooting range, which was built by the military to accommodate wounded veterans, was the first of its kind in the country. “
My family is looking at me like I’m a ghost and I’m still here.”
The shooting range, which was built by the military to accommodate wounded veterans, was the first of its kind in the country.
A large number of veterans live in nearby North Carolina and the area has been hit hard by the wildfires.
The shooting has become an annual tradition in the region, and the military is trying to spread the word.
“For a while we were just sitting around,” Williams told ABC News.
“But I started talking about it to people and they started to think about it.
It’s just been a huge blessing for us.”