Images: 492nd Engineer Company completes detainee holding area construction [Image 4 of 4]
Photo by Sgt. Amanda Hils
U.S. Army Spc. James D. Anhorn, an electrician with the Army Reserve 492nd Engineer Company out of Mankato, Minn., leans down to secure a bolt into part of the fencing that makes up a new detainee holding area (DHA) March 27, 2014, at Fort McCoy, Wis. Anhorn and his fellow engineers have been working for three days to complete the DHA to support the mission of the 400th Military Police Battalion for WAREX 86-14-02, an exercise that trains U.S. Army National Guard and Reserve forces from across the country. Soldiers participate in scenarios that include job-specific missions and tactical operations, requiring them to wear multiple integrated laser engagement system (MILES) sensors on their advanced combat helmets and tactical vests. (Photo by U.S. Army Sgt. Amanda M. Hils/367th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)
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