Images: Washington Guard combat engineers arrive in Canada for international training exercise [Image 1 of 20]
First Lt. Robert Newton, a platoon leader with the 204th Engineer Company and Spc. Ben Davis, a combat engineer with the 204th, discuss how to proceed up the river. Newton was the acting boat commander of a Canadian bridge boat pontoon that was ferrying two Canadian military police vehicles up the Columbia River here Aug. 20. The vehicles were being relocated to support the primary training event of exercise Kootenay Castor 2012, a 36-hour field training exercise. 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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Date Posted:08.22.2012 23:39
Location:TRAIL, BC, CA