Army Reserve soldiers and Reserve Marines train in the Sierra Nevada for high-altitude training.
Army Reserve soldiers from the 304th Psychological Operations Company from Sacramento, Calif. spent three weeks of high-altitude training in the Sierra Nevada mountain range with the Marines Reserve. Not only did these Psyop soldiers learn mountain survival skills at the Mountain Warfare Training Center, but also learned to train with the Marines on dissemination tactics in elevations ranging from 6500 feet to 10000 feet. Produced by Sgt. 1st Class Andy Yoshimura. Includes soundbites from Sgt. James Paulk and Staff Sgt. Mike Garza of the 304th Psychological Operations Company.
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SACRAMENTO, CA, US
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