Soldiers from the 207th (Slate shows incorrect number) Brigade Support Company, Alaska Army National Guard, are at Gowen Field Idaho on their Annual Training to sharpen their skills for potential deployments to a hostile environment. Some of the training included working with translators, vehicle convoys tactics and training on spotting an IED and what to do if one is detonated. The Alaska Army National Guard is here through the end of the week to finish up their annual two-week training. Includes interview with Spc. Stephen Crowe, Motor Transport Operator. Also available in high definition.
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