Spc. Jenner Palacios of Federal Way, Wash., a combat engineer with the 204th Engineer Company (bottom left), Canadian army Cpl. Ira Baccus, a combat engineer with the 38th Combat Engineer Regiment, and Canadian army Cpl. Braydon Cavender, a bridge boat erection vessel operator with the 1st Combat Engineer regiment affix the flag of the Canadian engineers to the communications tower of a bridge boat erection vessel before launching from the shore of the Columbia River here Aug. 16 during a maritime course held as part of Kootenay Castor 2012. Kootenay Castor is a two weeklong combined training exercise between Washington Army National Guard and Canadian army combat engineers to enhance the soldier's skills and tactics.
|Date Posted:||08.23.2012 00:37|
|Location:||TRAIL, BC, CA|
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