New York Army National Guard instructors qualify infantry soldiers
Photo Credit: Sgt. 1st Class Raymond Drumsta
Spc. John Daras (right) points out a sector of fire for Spc. Michael Aguon (left) at the New York Army National Guard's annual Infantryman Transition Course, at Camp Smith, N.Y., Aug. 7, 2013. Staff Sgt. Michael Martin, an instructor for the New York Army National Guard's 106th Regional Training Institute (center), observes them. The 106th Regional Training Institute holds the course so Soldiers can become fully-qualified members of infantry units. Soldiers from all Army components can attend the course. Daras, Aguon and 17 other Soldiers graduated from the course, Aug. 10. Daras, of Danvers, Mass., belongs to the 1st Battalion, 143 Infantry of the Rhode Island Army National Guard; Aguon, of Aganaguam, Guam, belongs to the 100 Battalion, 442nd Infantry, U.S. Army Reserve.
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