Images: Golden Coyote refreshes and introduces man-to-man contact skills [Image 3 of 4]
Photo by Spc. Manda Walters
Soldiers of the Army Reserve 98th Signal Battalion, Alpha Company practice Drill 2 Escape the Mount Shrimp to Guard as participants in Modern Army Combatives Program at Range Road Armory June 12, 2012. Drill 2 is one of three moves Soldiers practiced to prepare to face an unarmed threatening adversary with the goal of gaining dominant body position. The four-hour familiarization course, offered as part of Golden Coyote, is a Warrior Task & Battle Drill. Golden Coyote is a premier training venue for National Guard, Reserve, and active duty military held annually in the Black Hills and continually draws units from across the country year after year.
This work, Golden Coyote refreshes and introduces man-to-man contact skills [Image 1 of 4], by SSG Manda Walters, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.
Date Posted:06.13.2012 19:20
Location:RAPID CITY, SD, US