Fort Benning team teaches counter-IED tactics in Alaska
Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Mylinda DuRousseau
Sgt. James Maloney, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 5th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment, 1st Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division intelligence sergeant and Warwick, R.I., native, checks readings on a VMR2 dual-sensor mine detector, commonly referred to as a mine hound. Maloney is one of more than 25 1-25 SBCT soldiers using the mine hound and other equipment designed to combat improvised explosive devices during a two-week, dismounted counter-improvised explosive device tactics master-trainer course at Fort Wainwright, Alaska, July 22-Aug. 2.
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