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6th Engineer Battalion Safety Day

Pvt. Jeremy Sandobal, 84th Engineer Support Company, of Los Angeles, tries on a pair of Drunk Busters goggles meant to simulate the visual impairment a drunk driver would experience during safety stand-down day activities, Sept. 14, 2012. The activities including skeet shooting, archery, all-terrain vehicle safety, generator instruction, 9 mm familiarization fire and a simulated drunk driving course. The day's events were designed to give the battalion's soldiers a fun break from the normal pace of operations while stressing safety in recreational activities.

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This work, 6th Engineer Battalion Safety Day [Image 8 of 14], by Justin Connaher, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:09.14.2012

Date Posted:09.17.2012 15:36

Photo ID:666645



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