Images: Army Reserve special agents train for unique, real world scenarios [Image 6 of 6]
Chief Warrant Officer 2 Jackie L. Elliott (left), with the 375th Military Police Detachment (Criminal Investigation Division) out of Columbus, Ohio, explains responding to gunfire from a vehicle during protective services training, Sept. 24, 2012, as part of the 200th Military Police Command's 2012 Annual Special Agent Training exercise in Maxton, N.C. The training exercise, held at the Gryphon Group's Fort Bragg Combat Training Center, brings together CID special agents, and other personnel in military and civilian law enforcement together to train on advance training. The protective services training included reacting to gunfire and safely transporting a VIP through various scenarios. Elliott, an Alexandria, Ohio native and retired police officer, also served as the action officer for this year's exercise, planning every aspect of the event.
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Date Posted:09.25.2012 17:21
Location:MAXTON, NC, US
Hometown:COLUMBUS, OH, US