Spc. Brian Jackson, a carpentry and masonry specialist, drives a skid steer and Sgt. James Daly, an interior electrician, both members of the U.S. Army Reserve's 486th Engineer Company of Southfield, Mich., provides ground guidance, while Jayme Severyn, Custer State Park Golden Coyote project liaison, observes at the buffalo corral complex in Custer State Park, June 17, 2012. The reservists are working to move earth displaced from a trench dug for electrical conduit. The engineering project, part of Golden Coyote, was completed in four days and provided the unit with hands-on military occupational specialty training. The 28th annual Golden Coyote training exercise benefits the Black Hills by providing manpower and equipment for infrastructure projects for the National Forest and Custer State Park as well as training opportunities for military personnel in support of overseas contingency operations and homeland defense.
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