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Nov. 20, 2018

Taking aim at non-lethal tactics

Members of the Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Program conducted a demonstration of various munitions at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia, Nov. 8, 2018.

March 29, 2018

Non-Lethal Weapons familiarization fire

U.S. Marines with Fox Company, 2nd Battalion, 3d Marine Regiment, participate in a non-lethal weapons familiarization fire and demonstration at the Ulupau Range Training Facility, Marine Corps Base

Dec. 7, 2017

Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Program

U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Jeffrey Rychener, a non-lethal weapons instructor, Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate (JNLWD), demonstrates the use of non-lethal weapons at Range 14 Charlie at Marine Corps

Oct. 12, 2016

Tasing student instructors part of DOD nonlethal weapons course at Fort Leonard Wood

The students gather around in anticipation of what they are going to see, and eventually feel.After a brief countdown, the instructor pulls the trigger. There is a distinct "pop" and, in less time

Sept. 22, 2016

126th, 375th SFS/LRS participate in non-lethal weapons training

The United States Transportation Command and the Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate organized a non-lethal weapons training and demonstration Sept. 8 at the Illinois National Guard training center

Nov. 15, 2009

7th Iraqi Army Division leads advances in riot control

CAMP MEJID, Iraq – In an instant, an assembly of hostile pedestrians can flood the streets of a city with one mission — to make their point known through force. Small business owners' livelihoods can

Oct. 30, 2009

Conference and Capabilities Exercise 2009 Features Non-Lethal Capabilities

STUTTGART, Germany – The Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Program (JNLWP) is increasing awareness of non-lethal weapons (NLWs) throughout the U.S. European Command (EUCOM) and U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM)

Aug. 27, 2009

Non-Lethal Weapons Capabilties Highlighted During Exercise

STUTTGART, Germany – Personnel from U.S. European Command and U.S. Africa Command demonstrated the growing importance and capabilities of non-lethal weapons (NLW) during a two-day conference and

May 11, 2009

Field, NLW training blossoms camaraderie between US, Moroccan forces

TIFNIT, Morocco – About 36 military policemen from Military Police Company, Headquarters Battalion, 4th Marine Division, participated in non-lethal weapons training and weapons familiarization fires

March 24, 2009

Soldiers Deploying for Kosovo Receive Non-Lethal Weapons Training

HOHENFELS, Germany – Non-lethal weapons (NLWs) play an important role in military peacekeeping missions across the world. In Kosovo, a country striving to overcome ethnic hostilities, U.S. military

Dec. 29, 2008

Picatinny lab dazzles participants with non-lethal studies

PICATINNY ARSENAL, N.J. – How could Soldiers determine if suspicious vehicles contain innocent civilians or dangerous insurgents? Are there ways to suppress an insurgent from opening fire on Soldiers

Nov. 21, 2008

Non-Lethal Weapons Fielded for Familiarization

MCB QUANTICO, Va. – As the Corps’ role in peacekeeping and humanitarian operations continues to grow, so do options for warfighters. Non-lethal weapons provide an important capability to help

July 15, 2008

III MEF Unit Shares Non-Lethal Tactics with Bangladeshi Service Members, Law Enforcement Personnel

PEELKHANA, DHAKA, Bangladesh – Okinawa-based Marines and Sailors shared non-lethal tactics with more than 100 Bangladeshi service members and local law-enforcement personnel July 12 – 21 during a

March 24, 2008

Paintball guns with a purpose

PICATINNY ARSENAL, N.J. – While most people think of paintball guns as fun and games, to the Army they represent another way to assist peacekeeping operations. Last month, Picatinny Arsenal fulfilled

Jan. 21, 2008

Virginian troops train Kuwaiti National Guardsmen

KUWAIT CITY – Training is not anything new to Soldiers. It’s something they do almost everyday, but when you are training a whole other army, that’s totally different than your average grenade

May 12, 2007

U.S., Thai Marines learn how bean-bags, paintballs can save lives

BAN CHAN KREM TRAINING AREA, Thailand – Give a child a bean bag, and he’ll probably sit on it or kick it around. Give a U.S. Marine a bean bag, and he’ll put it in a shotgun and shoot something. At

Nov. 28, 2006

Paintball in Baghdad: Why some soldiers are armed with nonlethal ammo

PICATINNY ARSENAL, N.J. – Think of it as a super-charged paintball gun. That’s what some soldiers in Iraq are toting these days to deal with troublemakers on the streets of Baghdad. But there’s

June 21, 2006

Summit, CAPEX highlight EUCOM’s non-lethal alternatives

BOEBLINGEN, Germany – The U.S. European Command showcased its non-lethal weapons program during a summit and capabilities exercise held at area bases here, June 21.This year’s Summit and Capability

June 16, 2006

Troops learn nonlethal crowd-control techniques

BÖBLINGEN, Germany – Sometimes it pays to feel someone else’s pain.“It teaches you what the stuff does, so you don’t put people through something they don’t deserve,” said Pfc. Steven Shepherd after

June 2, 2006

3/11 India trains for non-lethal riot control

TWENTYNINE PALMS, Calif. – “Forward, MARCH!”From hundreds of yards down the street, the mob could hear the Marines coming. Outfitted in full riot gear complete with non-lethal weapons as they marched