NATO Soldiers learn to work as one during Bold Quest
Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. David Bruce
Pfc. Marius Ehinger, from Karlsruhe, Germany, of the German Air Force, uses the Dismounted Soldier Identification Device attached to his weapon to interrogate targets during Bold Quest 2011 held at Camp Atterbury Joint Maneuver Training Center, Ind., Sept. 10, 2011. The DSIDS is a German system undergoing testing that uses a laser to interrogate sensors worn by other Soldiers, which then send a radio response identifying the wearer as a friendly.
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