The good news is they can hit what they shoot at. The bad news is that they are shooting at their fellow US soldiers:
A U.S. Army M1A2 Abrams main battle tank has been reportedly shooting another tank during a training exercise at Fort Bliss. On July 20, an incident with friendly fire occurred at the Fort Bliss training ground in Texas during firing at moving targets. Some sources reported that one of the “Abrams” tanks, from a distance of 2600m, has shot a tank from his own Cavalry Regiment. One soldier was injured in an accident when the M1002 multi-purpose training round hit his tank. His tank commander and crew responded quickly to render aid.
But the media isn’t covering the whole story, and reportedly, all the soldiers involved have had their phones confiscated:
The big detail they are leaving out is that the tank doing the shooting was helmed by a brand new Female 2LT, who was the Tank Commander in charge of directing fire. And she put 2 MPAT T rounds in to her Platoon Sergeant’s tank, from 2600m away.