Images: Army Reserve special agents train for unique, real world scenarios [Image 1 of 6]
American and Australian law enforcement personnel react to gunfire and escort a VIP during a simulated scenario, Sept. 24, 2012, during the 200th Military Police Command's 2012 Annual Special Agent Training exercise in Maxton, N.C. The simulated scenario was part of protective services training, and included safely transporting a VIP while reacting to gunfire. ASAT, 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. This year, law enforcement personnel from Australia and Canada are provided the opportunity to work side-by-side with their American counterparts and U.S. Army Reserve soldiers during the event. Along with protective services training, the event also training in arson investigation, evasive driving and post bomb analysis.
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Date Posted:09.25.2012 17:27
Location:MAXTON, NC, US