Returning to our muddy roots

By Sgt. 1st Class Telfair Nixon III, Track Vehicle Recovery Course Instructor, Regional Training Site Maintenance-Fort HoodOctober 30, 2015

Sgt. Luis Suarez, a student enrolled in the Wheeled Vehicle Recovery Course at Regional Training Site Maintenance-Fort Hood, Texas, takes the oath of reenlistment administered by his company commander Capt. Andrew Schwilk, E Company 227th Aviation Regiment, at the school's mire pit April, 2015.Suarez said, he reenlisted in the pit to give Schwilk, who attained the Additional Skills Identifier earlier in his career, an opportunity to go back to his muddy roots and to motivate other track vehicle mechanics to earn the ASI.
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Sgt. Luis Suarez, a student enrolled in the Wheeled Vehicle Recovery Course at Regional Training Site Maintenance-Fort Hood, Texas, takes the oath of reenlistment administered by his company commander Capt. Andrew Schwilk, E Company 227th Aviation Regiment, at the school's mire pit April, 2015.Suarez said, he reenlisted in the pit to give Schwilk, who attained the Additional Skills Identifier earlier in his career, an opportunity to go back to his muddy roots and to motivate other track vehicle mechanics to earn the ASI. (Photo Credit: Sgt. 1st Class Telfair Nixon III, Track Vehicle Recovery Course Instructor, Regional Training Site MaintenanceFort Hood) VIEW ORIGINAL