Troops from the British Army's Royal Lancers have been testing their firing skills by hitting targets placed at sea from their position on the beach.
Shown in a video on its Instagram account, the regiment says the test of D Squadron's gunnery skills shows how they have "firepower in any situation".
D Squadron is a light cavalry squadron mounted on Jackal armoured vehicles, specialising in reconnaissance.
It took over from the Royal Dragoon Guards, Black Dragoon Squadron in the Nato Enhanced Forward Presence US-led Battlegroup Poland, in October.
The Lancers' six-month stint integrating with allied Nato forces in support of Baltic security, comes against the backdrop of the Russian aggression in Ukraine.
D Squadron has operational experience in Afghanistan and Kosovo, preparing personnel to live and train with the US armoured battlegroup in north-eastern Poland, alongside Romanian air defence and under the Polish Brigade's command.