Fort Riley Military Police conduct homeland defense training during Vibrant Response 13
Photo Credit: Sgt. Terence Ewings
Spc. Jonathan Kelley, a combat medic from the 116th Military Police Company, out of Fort Riley, Kan., bandages a role-player, acting as a wounded civilian, during a search and extraction Vibrant Response 13 field training exercise at the Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Ind., Aug. 3. Kelley, a native of Brandon, Miss., and other soldiers with the MP Company were responsible for treating and evacuating role-players, acting as injured civilians, during the U.S. Army North led exercise.
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