Near Liverpool, United Kingdom
At the Royal Marine Skill at Arms Meet, a combat shooting competition held by the British Royal Marines, Caleb led the Marine Corps Shooting Team to success on the team and individual level.
"The Brits have modified the match course based on what they've seen in Afghanistan," said Capt Wells. "Basically, it was a close with and destroy course. You see an enemy, close with and destroy him, and move on to targets at 100 to 200 yards and engage the targets again from certain positions."