June 23, 2010
By CSTX 2010, Fort Hunter Liggett, California
Soldiers of the 137th Quartermaster Company, from El Monte, Calif., get down and dirty to make sure the laundry is fresh and clean for the Soldiers in the field during the Combat Support Training Exercise at Fort Hunter Liggett, Calif
Maj. Lance S. Hare, 652nd Regional Support Group, and his son, Cadet Tyler N. Hare, 4225th Combat Support Hospital, had the unique opportunity to spend time together during the Combat Support Training Exercise in Fort Hunter Liggett, Calif.
Soldiers from the 871st Engineer Company play video games while visiting the United Services Organization's mobile recreational vehicle at FOB Milpitas on June 12. The USO's 'mobile canteen' also provided snacks, internet access and movies for...
Fort Hunter Liggett, Calif. - On June 14, the Army had it's 235th birthday and the Soldiers at the Combat Support Training Exercise also joined in the celebration with a birthday cake ceremony recognizing one of the oldest and youngest Soldiers of the...
Soldiers of the 961st Transportation Detachment, Movement Control Team, Staten Island, N.Y., conduct an After Action Review using the data recorded by SRI International. The AAR allows Soldiers to better understand their movements on the battlefield.
Sgt. 1st Class Ann King, trainer, 91st Training Brigade, Fort Hunter Liggett, Calif., skillfully instructs Sgt. George Risard, 91st Training Brigade, in Kalmar crane operations. This exercise took Risard an hour to accomplish with safety being the...
Spc. Alexander Pudvah, 326th Quartermaster Company, from New Castle, Pa., receives adjustments to an Enhanced Dismount Instrument from SRI International technicians Steven Lott and Frank Ricciardi.
Soldiers from the 282nd Quartermaster Company react to an ambush during a convoy training exercise at Fort Hunter Liggett, Calif.
Soldiers from the 282nd Quartermaster Company, Montgomery, Ala., react to an ambush in an urban environment during lane training conducted during the Combat Support Training Exercise.
Soldiers dismount from their convoy during improvised-explosive device defeat training where they encounter civilians on the battlefield, who play a large role in how the Soldiers reacted in each scenario.
Soldiers of the 155th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, from El Monte, Calif., let the hammer drop as they toil away in the hot Fort Hunter Liggett sun to set up an MWR tent at FOB Schoonover during the Combat Support Training Exercise.
Spc. William Krueger (left) and Spc. Charles Yang, MPs from the 330th Military Police Detachment, Sheboygan Wis., check IDs at a vehicle control check point as a part of their mission at the Combat Support Training Exercise.
Combat Support Training Exercise will better prepare approximately 2,100 Soldiers for future deployments. Brig. Gen. James T. Cook, commanding general of the 91st Training Brigade, said the training capacity of Fort Hunter Liggett is steadily...
Sgt. Takesma Campbell, Spc. Linda Burton, and Spc. Robert Fair, Soldiers of the 282nd Quartermaster Company from Montgomery, Ala., deliver a mean mac-and-cheese to the troops of FOB Milpitas.
SRI International's Nick Davilla, technical production manager, and Jennifer Ramirez, military after action review facilitator, track Soldier movement and actions through advanced GPS technology.
Spc. Clint W. Stork, an MP with the 330th Military Police Detachment, from Sheboygan, Wis., displays perfect form while conducting marksmanship training at a weapons firing range at Fort Hunter Liggett, Calif.
Opposing forces prepare to attack Soldiers with a simulated rocket propelled grenade in a convoy training exercise at the Combat Support Training Exercise at Fort Hunter Liggett, Calif.
Army Reserve Staff Sgt. Chris Darna, the non-commissioned officer-in-charge of the 558th Movement Control Team, posts as a guard while one of his Soldiers inspects a vehicle June 20 at Ft. Hunter Liggett, Calif.