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Gunfighters in Afghanistan with Trijicon

February 21, 2018 - Three of many Americans deployed with durable and versatile Trijicon optics on their weapons. This pic is from Lashkar Gah Helmand Afghanistan in 2011.


Semper Fidelis

February 02, 2017 - Even when you're in the worst parts of the world, you can always trust Trijicon to be always faithful. Never let us down when we needed it the most.


RMR on FNX 45 Tactical

December 4, 2015 - RMR on FNX 45 Tactical.


TA31F

November 8, 2015 - Placed on my TSC-556-USMC-SPR.


TA31F

November 8, 2015 - Placed on my TSC-556-USMC-SPR.


TA31F

November 8, 2015 - Placed on my TSC-556-USMC-SPR.


Afghanistan,Asadabad, 4x32 ACOG with mounted Iron Sights

October 2, 2014 - On a mission in Asadabad,Afghanistan with a local national by my side equipped with my Colt M4, mounted with a 4x32 ACOG scope with black cross hairs and mounted Acog iron sights on top of Acog.


M-150 ACOG

February 6, 2014 - M-150 ACOG mounted on my serial #0001 U.S. Army build.


ACOG Overseas

October 18, 2013 - Three seperate deployments all with an ACOG on top of my M4. Top left pic is from North eastern Baghdad in 2009. Bottom left pic is during an aerial recon in Baghlan province Afghanistan in 2013, And the right pic is in Iraq in 2005 near Samaraha.


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May 31, 2013 -


USAF at 88 Tactical

July 2, 2012 - USAF SSgt Miller at a course put on by 88 Tactical. "I wouldn't leave home without any of my Trijicon products. They have never failed me when I needed to put rounds on target."


ACOG in Afghanistan

April 21, 2012 - SPC Cardoza providing security in Parvan Province Afghanistan (2012)


Haditha, Iraq

June 13, 2011 - This was taken in Haditha, Iraq (Al Anbar).


ACOG in Afghanistan

March 2, 2011 - I love the ACOG. Myself, SGT Ross, In Afghanistan 2009-2010.


Hugh Lloyd Parry

Hugh Llyod Parry in Kandahar, Afahanistan in 2009 while riding on a Canadian lepoard 2 with Afghan National Police.

"The ACOG is one of the best pieces of gear I have ever had." -- Hugh Lloyd Parry


SFC Dunlap, Christopher

This picture was taken in December 2005 in Ar Ramadi. Left to right are SPC Turrbiartes (M240B AG), SPC Fyffe (M240B Gunner), and myself. I used my ACOG the entire year with great success. I never lost a zero or made an adjustment even after climing over courtyard walls, clearing rooms, or through shooting. Awsome product. Am currently back in Iraq for the third time and have my TA01NSN on my M4. Won't deploy without one!!

v/r SFC Dunlap, Christopher
"Mando-7"
3-7-2 NPTT NCOIC


Off-Duty Target Practice

SGT Kenny Hatten of Hattiesburg sends rounds downrange using Trijicon optics at the New York Road range in Brooklyn, Miss.


1SG E. Michael Davis

Davis is providing precision overwatch on an event for some VIPs in downtown Baghdad.


Robert Leondard

Robert looking through his ACOG while he was in Iraq with the Army as a Cavalry Scout.


Maurice L Tucker

"My TA31F in Heart Province Afghanistan. Providing over watch during a Key Leader Engagement (in a known hostile area), My ACOG really enhances my situational Awareness. It was a personal investment with a lifelong payoff." SSG M. Tucker, 1st Infantry Division, Transition Team (Photo taken by SSG R. Washington)


Gunnery Sergeant Joel Shaver\'s TA11 Testimony

\"The first picture is of my ACOG Training at Camp Horno. Before our Battalion deployed to Iraq our company was issued 30 TA11\'s to Marines who were high shooters and Marines with special billets. We were given training on the use of the scopes at different distances to make us that much better in a combat zone.

Our battalion commander allowed us to purchase and use our own scopes during our deployment. I purchased a TA11 and was allowed to do the training.

The picture below was taken while our battalion, the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) I MEF for OIF2, was working in the Sunni Triangle. My TA11 made a big difference in seeing what was going on far beyond iron sites. I am amazed at how well my ACOG did in helping me identify friendlies as well as foes. Once you go ACOG there\'s no going back to open sites. I now use the scope on my personal M4 rifle. Love the scope.

GySgt Joel Shaver\"


Defending our Freedom

Marines using ACOG in Fallujah Area of operations Iraq.

Photo submitted by Cpl. Kinder USMC


ACOG in Afghanistan

"My ACOG literally saved my life in Afghanistan" -British Army Officer pictured here


Operation Iraqi Freedom

Lance Cpl. Zachare O Woodburn from 2nd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, patrols Haqlaniyah, Iraq, Dec. 11, during Operation Iraqi Freedom.


Flying High with Trijicon

Marines traveling with ACOGs by their side


Al Asad, Iraq

June 11, 2007 - U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Robert Wayne Rapp keeps his weapon ready as he performs a dismounted patrol around his seven-ton truck during a security halt in Al Asad, Iraq, on June 11, 2007.


Fort Pickett

April 21, 2007 - A Marine with Battalion Landing Team, 3rd Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment, provides security down a road during a training exercise held aboard Fort Pickett, Va., April 21, 2007.


HAT YAO BEACH, Thailand

HAT YAO BEACH, Thailand--A U.S. Marine with Company E, Battalion Landing Team, 2nd Battalion, 5th Regiment, conducts a rush tactic while the remainder of his squad provides security during a combined amphibious raid.


TA31DOC in Iraq

Marine using ACOG in Haditha Area of operations Iraq.


AL FALLUJAH, Iraq

A Marine stands with his squad automatic weapon mounted with a Trijicon TA31 RCO (Official Combat Optic of the USMC) outside the gate of an Iraqi police station.


Rave Review for the ACOG from Hawijah, Iraq

\"In the Scouts we get great gear, but I was lucky to have an OGA guy let me borrow this great optic! It was a sad day when I had to give it back. All our guys have the 4X ACOG, Your products have saved lives!\" - SFC CHAMBERS


Reticle Pattern

View through Sgt. Caster's TA01 mounted on an M-14 Rifle.


Sgt. Caster Keeping an Eye Out

\"I made some long shots with the rifle and scope, but where it really stood out was in the city where I had short shots as well. It truly is a wonderful product, and I always recommend them to whoever is asking.\"
- Sgt. Michael Caster


Proud of Trijicon Scopes

\"With my own perosonal TA01C getting ready to take the shot. Very reliable scope has come through many times.\"


Security Commander

Dresch is a convoy security commander with 2nd Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment. His responsibility as the security force commander of his convoys is to make the split-second decisions whether or not Marines in his convoy will use deadly force.

Photo by: Lance Cpl. Erik Villagran


81st Brigade Combat Team in Iraq (3)

81st Brigade Combat Team from the Washington Army National Guard - MAJ Bill Palmer and MSG John Hubbard with a couple of "Quiet" Guns one of which has an ACOG on it.


81st Brigade Combat Team in Iraq (2)

MAJ Bill Palmer on a mission where we had just finished raiding the house behind us and nabbing 2 suspects that had been followed there by OH-58Ds.


81st Brigade Combat Team in Iraq (1)

MAJ Bill Palmer overwatching soldiers chasing an insurgent thru some grape fields. The ACOG with its 4x magnification made target identification much easier.


Notable Progress

Despite a recent rash of insurgent attacks, Marines from Lima Company say they are making notable progress equipping the Iraqi Army with the necessary skills to take over security operations in this city of 30,000 nestled along the Euphrates River northwest of Baghdad. Mounted in humvees, the mobile assault platoon gives Iraqi Security Forces here the means to respond to incidents much quicker than on foot. The MAP's quick response recently led to the capture of 20 detainees. More notable progress came earlier this month when the company of Iraqi soldiers partnered with Lima Company conducted their first company-sized security operation: they cordoned-off and searched a village in the city for insurgents and weapons caches. The soldiers also talked to the local populace about future police recruitment - another step towards improving security conditions in the region.

Photo by: Sgt. Roe F. Seigle


Peace Sign

An Iraqi boy gives Lance Cpl. Nick J. Luciano a peace sign during Operation Sidewinder in Sadiquiyah, Iraq, Aug 1. The Marines assigned to 3rd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment played a supportive role while Iraqi soldiers of 3rd Brigade, 1st Iraqi Division conducted a cordon and search to interupt insurgent activity in the area. Part of their role was also to assist the locals in their needs.

Photo taken by Lance Cpl. Ray Lewis


Soldiers Conduct Search

August 1, 2006 - These soldiers provide security for Iraqi soldiers of 3rd Brigade, 1st Iraqi Division during Operation Sidewinder in Sadiquiyah, Iraq, Aug 1. The Marines played a supportive role while Iraqi soldiers conducted a cordon and search to interupt insurgent activity in the area.
Photo Taken by Lance Cpl. Ray Lewis


Capturing Insurgents (A Company)

A Marine with A Company shouts instructions to other Marines during a patrol on the outskirts of Rutbah July 18, 2006.

Photo by: Cpl. Graham A. Paulsgrove


Capturing Insurgents 07/18/2006

July 18, 2006 - Coalition Forces struck a blow to the insurgency in Iraq recently, capturing 21 insurgents during a counterinsurgency operation in the country\'s western Al Anbar Province near a gas station between the cities of Ramadi and Rutbah, Iraq, July 18, 2006.

Photo by: Cpl. Graham A. Paulsgrove


Perimeter Security

Sgt. Nicholas Fate, from 1st Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, provides perimeter security while fellow Soldiers search for weapons caches in a field near Mushahda, Iraq.
by Petty Officer 1st Class Michael Larson


Capturing Insurgents

Here, Cpl. Jeffrey Velazquez keeps an eye out for suspicious activity during a convoy through Rutbah July 18, 2006.

Photo by: Cpl. Graham A. Paulsgrove


Amphibious Assault

July 22, 2006 - Lance Cpl. Jed Byrd takes part in an amphibious assault at Bellows Air Force Station, Hawaii, after riding a landing craft air cushion from the amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard in support of exercise Rim of the Pacific July 22, 2006.

Photo by: U.S. Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Jennifer A. Villalovos


25 Area Combat Town

Marines from Company C, 1st Battalion, 24th Marine Regiment, survey the mock Iraqi town at the 25 Area Combat Town prior to engaging the enemy. Communication was one of the biggest obstacles faced by the Marines.

Cpl. Alec Kleinsmith


Leathernecks

Leathernecks with Company C, 1st Battalion, 24th Marine Regiment, disembark a 7-Ton truck and rush toward their target in the 25 Area Combat Town.

Cpl. Alec Kleinsmith


Shooting Practice in Iraq

Sgt. Jeremy L. Hager, the information operations chief for 1st Battalion, 25th Marine Regiment, aims in on his target during a combat conditioning course held at Camp Baharia, Iraq June 21, 2006.

Photo by: Cpl. Brian Reimers


Haditha, Iraq

June 25, 2006 - Marines assigned to the Hawaii-based 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment climb a hill during a patrol in Haditha, Iraq, June 25, 2006. 1st Lt. Rick Posselt, a 25-year-old from Crystal River, Fla., was leading Marines and Iraqi soldiers through Haditha, June 14th.

Photo by: Cpl. Antonio Rosas


Saqlawiyah, Iraq

Sgt. Leif E. Hassenplug, a 33-year-old squad leader with A Company, 1st Battalion, 25th Marine Regiment, Regimental Combat Team 5, searches for enemy activity while patrolling near Saqlawiyah, Iraq June 10, 2006.

Photo by: Cpl. Brian Reimers


Gharmah, Iraq

Pfc. Steven G. Ramirez, along with Marines from B Company, 1st Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment conduct security patrols in Gharmah, Iraq. The Marines maintain a constant presence in the town to thwart insurgent activities.

Photo by: Cpl. William Skelton


Knock and Talk

Cpl. Billy M. Newby, a 27-year-old from McMinnville, Tenn., scans the distance with his rifle's scope while on a "knock-and-talk" patrol in Zaidon, Iraq.

Photo by: Gunnery Sgt. Mark Oliva


AL ISH, Iraq

Sgt. Jonathon D. Lewis surveys a field from a rooftop during a patrol. Lewis is from Weapons Company, 1st Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment.

Photo by: Cpl. Brian M. Henner


Personnel Security Detachment

Lance Cpl. David Reister, a legal administration clerk assigned to Headquarters and Support Company, 3rd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment keeps his rifle at the ready as he drives the dismount vehicle for the battalion\'s Personnel Security Detachment.

Photo by: Cpl. Mark Sixbey


Operation Iraqi Freedom

March 29, 2006 - Antioch, Ill., native Lance Cpl. Jonathon A. Marino, 19, and Gloversville, N.Y., native Cpl. Andrew N. King, 20, keep their M16s fixed on a road during a cordon and knock operation March 29, 2006, in Ramallah, a small town outside of Ar Rutbah.
Photo by: Cpl. Graham A. Paulsgrove


Gharmah, Iraq

Cpl. Tyler L.Huffman and Pfc. Ryan C. Freeman take a closer look through the TA31 ACOG at the area ahead while conducting cache sweeps in the area surrounding Gharmah, Iraq.,
Photo by: Cpl. William Skelton


Marine Day at Asan Beach

February 8, 2006 - Asan Beach: Lance Cpl Josh Cohron, a 20-year-old native of Stephensville, Texas, demonstrates how to use a M16A4 Service Rifle with TA31RCO scope to a civilian of Guam, during Marine Day at Asan Beach.
Photo by: Lance Cpl Raymond Petersen III


Operation Steel Curtain

November 8, 2005 - Corporal John Kennedy of Company I, 3rd Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment, stands watch during a lull in the fighting Nov. 8, 2005 in Husaybah, Iraq, during Operation Steel Curtain - an 18-day operation last November
Photo by: Sgt. Jerad W. Alexander


ABOARD THE USS PELELIU

March 1, 2006 - Cpl. Joshua H. Chapman, from Kalamazoo, Mich., and Sgt. Trevor A. Hooper, members of the High Risk Personnel Protection platoon, command element, 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit, Camp Pendleton, Calif., aim in on their targets with their A16A4 Service Rifles using the TA31RCO-A4 scopes.
Photo by: Staff Sgt. Sergio Jimenez


MCB Camp Pendleton

Lance Cpl. Brent R. Boek, team leader for 1st Platoon, Company I, 3rd Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment scopes out his target during a demonstration of marksmanship techniques using a ACOG. 3rd Bn., 8th Marines.
Photo by: Cpl. Joseph Digirolamo


Mosul, Iraq

Staff Sgt. Robert Robertson of Charlie Company, 1st Battalion, 24th Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade 25th Infantry Division Stryker Brigade Combat Team (SBCT).
U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Jeremiah Johnson
A TA31 ACOG can be clearly seen on his rifle.


Haditha, Al Anbar, Iraq

Cleveland native Sgt. James A. Angelone, 27, a squad leader with first platoon, watches as his little brother, Pfc. Francis B. Angelone, a 23-year-old infantryman with 3/25 Kilo company.
Photo by: Cpl. Ken Melton


Camp Blue Diamond, Ar Ramadi, Iraq

CAMP BLUE DIAMOND, AR RAMADI, Iraq - Sergeant Benjamin Alan Bartholomew,a 22-year-old Mason City.
Photo by: Sgt. Stephen D\'Alessio
TA31 ACOG scopes are mounted on the rifles.


Be Prepared.

Kandahar, Afghanistan: Uncle Sam doesn't always spend enough taking care of our Armed Forces in our Global War on Terrorism, so sometimes we have to take care of ourselves. As an Army Aviator, my primary duty of flying our infantry and Special Forces brethren into and out of battle doesn't entail a lot of shooting, so while our ground forces are fairly well equipped with small arms and optics, us aviators tend to end up short. Still, I like to be prepared for the worst. In case I go down, I'll have a better ability to keep the terrorists at a distance with my ACOG-equipped M4 carbine. Accessories, like the hard-to-find Trijicon ACOG Screw and Washer Set and Tenebraex KillFLASH, were key to outfitting my rig for duties outside the wire. Thanks SWFA and Trijicon!

Nathan Watanabe
Task Force Knighthawk TA01NSN

 

 
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