IA engineer recognized for training

By Lt. Col. Pat Simon, 225 Eng. Bde, 1st Cav. Div., MND-BMay 28, 2009

BAGHDAD - Maj. Willus Hall (right), of Dallas, and Sgt. Maj. Timothy Adam (left), from Pineville, La., present an Iraqi Army engineer a certificate of completion for attending intelligence and operations training with the 225th Engineer Brigade, May 20. As the deadline for the June 30th Security Agreement approaches, many IA Soldiers continue to receive this kind of specialized training as they take  more of an independent role on missions such as route clearance, which relies heavily on accurate intelligence gathering techniques.
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – BAGHDAD - Maj. Willus Hall (right), of Dallas, and Sgt. Maj. Timothy Adam (left), from Pineville, La., present an Iraqi Army engineer a certificate of completion for attending intelligence and operations training with the 225th Engineer Brigade, May 20. As the deadline for the June 30th Security Agreement approaches, many IA Soldiers continue to receive this kind of specialized training as they take more of an independent role on missions such as route clearance, which relies heavily on accurate intelligence gathering techniques. (Photo Credit: Lt. Col. Pat Simon, 225 Eng. Bde, 1st Cav. Div., MND-B) VIEW ORIGINAL