Published: December 07, 2012
PHOTOS: 5th AR Trains Reserve Engineers for Deployment
McGREGOR RANGE, N.M. - Division West's 5th Armored Brigade recently conducted route clearance patrol training here for Soldiers of the Army Reserve's 704th Engineer Company from Hot Springs, Ark.
The engineers are training for their deployment to Regional Command West in Afghanistan.
Soldiers from 1st Platoon, 704th Engineer Company, conduct self-recovery of a Husky tactical support vehicle during a situational training exercise.
A Soldier from 2nd Platoon, 704th Engineer Company, takes photos of a simulated enemy weapons cache while a role-played Afghan Soldier watches during a situational training exercise.
Second Lt. Delfin Fuentes, a platoon leader with the 704th Engineer Company, conducts a leader engagement at Adowa Village.
Sgt. Ricky Jones and Spc. Jaycee Collins, 3rd Platoon, 704th Engineer Company, use the arm on a Buffalo personnel carrier to investigate a possible improvised explosive device during a situational training exercise.
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