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Washington Guard combat engineers arrive in Canada for international training exercise

Combat engineers from the 204th Engineer Company, Washington Army National Guard and the Canadian army march along a winding river road outside of the town here Aug. 18 as part of the “Best Sapper” skill competition. The competition between the combined U.S. and Canadian squads included an assault boat race, a 6.5 km (4.03 mile) road march, an engineer task evaluation, a field medical evaluation and a live-fire range exercise. The competition was a refresher course of the skills the engineers will need to complete this weeks 36 hour field training exercise, the comprehensive training event of Kootenay Castor 2012. Kootenay Castor is a two week combined training exercise for combat engineers from the Washington Army National Guard and the Canadian army.



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This work, Washington Guard combat engineers arrive in Canada for international training exercise [Image 6 of 20], by SPC Ryan Scott, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:08.18.2012

Date Posted:08.22.2012 23:38

Photo ID:650402

VIRIN:120818-A-HL120-247

Resolution:4288x2848

Size:10.1 MB

Location:TRAIL, BC, CAGlobe

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