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Eyes on the sky

Soldiers and media members look up to an Alpha jet fighter on a low flyby during field exercises with the 1st Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery at CFB Shilo on Tuesday morning. The exercises involved artillery gunners working with forward observers and aircraft to hit precise targets.

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Soldiers and media members look up to an Alpha jet fighter on a low flyby during field exercises with the 1st Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery at CFB Shilo on Tuesday morning. The exercises involved artillery gunners working with forward observers and aircraft to hit precise targets.

Training keeps allies on target

CFB SHILO — A thunderous boom followed by the faint smell of gunpowder was met with 20 seconds of silence before a 97-pound bomb exploded eight kilometres in the distance.

Those were just some of the sights, sounds and smells as the 1st Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery conducted a training ...

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