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File:388th CBRN Company continues to train and prepare during their current multi-year mission to support the Department of Homeland Security. 150314-A-UY332-050.jpg

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English: The 388th Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear Company conducted Battle Assembly March 14 -15, 2015 at Fort McCoy, Wis. During weekend, Sgt. 1st Class Krystal Morganwhite, 388th conducted Master Resiliency Training, concentrating on “Hunting the Good Stuff.” Master resiliency training is a monthly training class for Soldiers focusing on their mental resiliency. Soldiers of the 388th CBRN Company also conducted HEAT trainer drills. Preparing for emergency situations, such as vehicle rollovers, helps physically and mentally prepare Soldiers for the realities of the battlefield. The chemical company also completed Electronic Skills Trainer 2000 training, weighed vehicles for extended combat training preparation, completed online training, and established Defense Travel System accounts. The 388th is also staying physically prepared. An Army Physical Fitness Test conducted for 6 Soldiers, resulted in all six passing, and one Soldier receiving a score of 377 on the extended APFT scale. During their current multi-year mission to support the Department of Homeland Security, the 388th continues to train and prepare to be ready to respond at a moment’s notice. The 388th Dragon Warriors stand guard, ready to protect and serve the citizens of the United States during times of critical need. Soldiers of the 388th CBRN Co. also conducted HEAT trainer drills. Preparing for emergency situations, such as vehicle rollovers, helps physically and mentally prepare Soldiers for the realities of the battlefield. The chemical company also completed Electronic Skills Trainer 2000 training, weighed vehicles for extended combat training preparation, completed online training, and established Defense Travel System accounts. The 388th is also staying physically prepared. An Army Physical Fitness Test conducted for 6 Soldiers, resulted in all 6 passing, and one Soldier receiving a score of 377 on the extended APFT scale. During their current multi-year mission to support the Department of Homeland Security, the 388th continues to train and prepare to be ready to respond at a moment’s notice. The 388th Dragon Warriors stand guard, ready to protect and serve the citizens of the United States during times of critical need.
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Source https://www.dvidshub.net/image/1820040
Author Catherine Threat
location FORT MCCOY, WI, US
VIRIN 150314-A-UY332-050 Search DVIDs
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