Combat medics from the Chemical Brigade, Signal Command (Theater) maneuver a Litter Obstacle Course during Exercise Red Dragon at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, as part of re-certification of their military training.
About 400 Soldiers, including a handful of Airmen and Marines, parachuted onto Kapyong Drop Zone, Williamson Airfield in the northeast state of Queensland, as part of exercise Talisman Sabre 15 ... The exercise is the equivalent of a National Training Center rotation for Australia with the size of Shoalwater much bigger than NTC at Fort Irwin, California, the Army's premier training site.
A vehicle was hit, she spotted 2 injured soldiers, under intense fire dragged thm then received mortar shells, covered th injured w hr body & started repairing thm through a fight & saved them. She received th Silver Star
A Paratrooper assigned to U.S. Army Able Company, 2nd Battalion, 503rd Infantry Regiment, 173rd Airborne Brigade, fires a Javelin anti-tank missile during team leader training at Tapa Training Area, Estonia.
Paratroopers assigned to the 82nd Airborne Division Artillery brace each other from the propeller blast in preparation to hook up an cargo net to the under belly of a CH-47 Chinook from the 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade during a two gun raid air assault as part of a Division Artillery Readiness Test on Fort Bragg, NC.
For Soldiers from the Caisson Platoon, 1st Battalion, 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard), their everyday missions take them through Arlington National Cemetery paying respects to not only those service members no longer with us, but to their Families as well. Once riders surpass 500 funeral missions, they receive brass spurs. One rider’s accomplishments were recognized with never-before-seen custom spurs.
Five Soldiers carefully patrolled through a cramped compound of wood and tin buildings. The sky was overcast. The sand beneath their feet was as fine as sawdust. As the Soldiers moved, they scanned nearby rooftops and windows for possible threats. All was quiet, for the moment. Sounds of gunfire and explosions echoed throughout the cramped compound of tin and wood buildings. A panicked cry rung out... “Medic!”