Images: Train as you fight: Army, Navy, Royal Engineers exchange tactics [Image 7 of 9]
Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Fernando Saucedo, a member of the Navy Reserve's Expeditionary Medical Facility Dallas One, demonstrates chest compressions on Pfc. Matthew Francis, a plumber in the Army Reserve's 486th Engineer Company, at the Perform Immediate Lifesaving Measure training lane during South Dakota National Guard's Golden Coyote training exercise at West Camp Rapid, June 17, 2012. Members of the U.S. Navy Reserve, U.S. Army Reserve and the Corps of Royal Engineers learned to apply a tourniquet, treat for shock, and evacuate a casualty among other lifesaving measures. The Golden Coyote training exercise is a premiere training venue for National Guard, Reserve and active-duty military, providing relevant training opportunities with foreign allies and partners.
Date Posted:06.18.2012 19:41
Location:RAPID CITY, SD, US