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Train as you fight: Army, Navy, Royal Engineers exchange tactics

Pfc. Matthew Strickler (left) and Spc. Greg Timko, drag their casualty Spc. Thomas Hamilton, all are members of the Army Reserve's 486th Engineer Company, to the casualty collection point at the Perform Immediate Lifesaving Measures training lane during the South Dakota National Guard's Golden Coyote training exercise at West Camp Rapid, June 17, 2012. Members of the 486th learned how to treat shock, apply a tourniquet and perform CPR among other lifesaving measures. Golden Coyote provides relevant training for mission readiness.



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This work, Train as you fight: Army, Navy, Royal Engineers exchange tactics [Image 4 of 9], by SSG Julieanne Morse, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:06.17.2012

Date Posted:06.18.2012 19:42

Photo ID:606305

VIRIN:120617-A-#####-146

Resolution:3628x2832

Size:5.17 MB

Location:RAPID CITY, SD, USGlobe

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