Here? Hah! You gotta be kidding me. I will say that gunnery qualification was a hoot and setting up and running a battalion task force live fire was...interesting. Ok, ok, one story.
I was in charge of range design and safety for said live fire. 3 x BFV companies, one Abrams company, with a 155 battery playing, too. Night defense by the inf to commence around 2200 hrs followed by a counterattack by the tanks. Everything is very scripted. Out with a crew setting up targets around 10:30 AM. Now the arty battery commander really, and I mean really, did not want to be up late at night for this. So he looks at his watch and says something like, "Oh, look. It's 10:30. Time to shoot." I got a few jeeps, trucks with target boards, an end loader, and half a dozen guys downrange when the rounds started impacting. I confess to getting a little excited on the radio at that point. Of course, one of the jeeps hits a sharp rock and gets a flat as we evac.