U.S. Army SGT David Lee with the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) goes through the first stress shoot range on Ft. Campbell to validate it.
The stress range has a total of 8 total engagements that put the soldier to the test.
The tower engagement is where the soldier engages targets from three levels ranging from 175 meters prone, 75 meters kneeling and 75 meters standing then pick up a battering ram at the base of the tower.
The breach engagement is where the soldier breaches the door with the battering ram and engage three 50 meter targets with two rounds from a window in the building.
To get to the HMMWV engagement the soldier must drag a litter from behind and cover to take down the next three 50 meters targets. After the targets have been dropped, the soldier must pick up and carry two sandbags to the next location.
Once the sandbags are at the base of the next building the soldier climbs the ladder to the rooftop and uses a barrier as cover to engage three more 50 meters targets. The soldier will then climb down the ladder and secure two ammo cans to carry to the next position.
The soldier must then drop the ammo can to maneuver over the top of the climbing wall to secure two water cans that must be carried to the bunkers where the soldier engages the next three 50 meter targets.
Finishing the stress shoot, the soldier needs to move quickly to the last engagement to pick up a magazine and engage with two rounds while walking toward the target.
U.S. Army video by Sgt. 1st Class Jacob Connor November 18, 2021