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The M68 Close Combat Optic has continued to evolve and improve over the years with feedback from our experience during use with the US Army, and we look forward to continuing to meet future requirements as they arise.
The M68 Close Combat Optic has continued to evolve and improve over the years with feedback from our experience during use with the U.
When a Soldier trains in the EST during Phase II, he brings and uses his issued optic to ensure he can mount/remount the optic and understands the appropriate holdovers or reticles whether he's using an M68 close combat optic, a holographic sight, or an Advanced Combat Optical Gunsight.
We are being told that when you remove the M68 close combat optic sight from the MlG-series rifle or M4/MHA1 carbine for storage, you must re-zero the weapon when the MGS is reinstalled.
To prepare for current operating environment (COE) operations, all Soldiers now undergo both day and night ARM training using M16A4 rifles equipped with the M68 close combat optic (CCO).
As this is written, Aimpoint has announced a new contract with the United States Army to supply more than half a million Close Combat Optic rifle sights.
The Infantry OSUT Strategy, Figure 2, is designed train competence and confidence in fundamental marksmanship skills and produce a more proficient, and versatile Infantryman, utilizing their professional tools, the M4, Close Combat Optics (CCOs), and laser aiming devices.
Army to supply up to 565,783 M68 Close Combat Optic rifle sights.