A military police officer stops traffic at a simulated traffic control point

By Sgt. Brandon AndersonJuly 30, 2014

Sgt. James Crisp, a military police officer assigned to 384th Military Police Company, Indiana Army National Guard, attempts to stop a vehicle at simulated traffic control point at Muscatatuck Urban Training Complex, Ind., July 25, 2014. Vibrant Response is a major field training exercise conducted by the U.S. Northern Command and led by U.S. Army North. Approximately 5,000 service members and civilians from the military and other federal and state agencies throughout the country are training to respond to a catastrophic domestic incident. As a component of U.S. Northern Command, Army North coordinates timely federal and military response to disasters in the homeland to help the American people in a time of need. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Brandon Anderson 13th Public Affairs Detachment/Released)
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Sgt. James Crisp, a military police officer assigned to 384th Military Police Company, Indiana Army National Guard, attempts to stop a vehicle at simulated traffic control point at Muscatatuck Urban Training Complex, Ind., July 25, 2014. Vibrant Response is a major field training exercise conducted by the U.S. Northern Command and led by U.S. Army North. Approximately 5,000 service members and civilians from the military and other federal and state agencies throughout the country are training to respond to a catastrophic domestic incident. As a component of U.S. Northern Command, Army North coordinates timely federal and military response to disasters in the homeland to help the American people in a time of need. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Brandon Anderson 13th Public Affairs Detachment/Released) (Photo Credit: Sgt. Brandon Anderson) VIEW ORIGINAL