Staff Sgt. Douglas Rodoski and Cpl. Shayna Provencal, military policemen with the 94th Military Police Company, follow a convoy of Humvees in hopes of ambushing them during a situational training lane during the company's field training exercise at Camp Johnson, Vt., May 17, 2014. Rodoski and Provencal, in addition to the rest of the company's operations platoon served as opposing force (OPFOR) combatants during the exercise. Their mission was to provide enemy engagement in the form of simulated small-arms fire and improvised explosive devices for Soldiers going through the lanes.
|Date Posted:||05.18.2014 22:35|
|Location:||CAMP JOHNSON, VT, US|
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