Company holds land navigation training
1 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Staff Sgt. Jean Ady, from Brooklyn, New York, shoots a back azimuth during U.S. Army NATO Brigade land navigation training at Breitenwald Training Area in Landstuhl, Germany. (Photo Credit: Troy Darr) VIEW ORIGINAL
Company holds land navigation training
2 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Sgt. Elthon Rivot (left, from Fort Campbell, Tennessee, and Spec. Dameyne Toney (right), from Chattanooga, Tennessee, search for a pre-designated point during U.S. Army NATO Brigade land navigation training at Breitenwald Training Area in Landstuhl, Germany. Sgt. Jacob Davis, from Borger, Texas, provides combat lifesaver support. (Photo Credit: Troy Darr) VIEW ORIGINAL
Company holds land navigation training
3 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Sgt. Andres Pasqual, from Morganton, North Carolina, plots a point on a map during U.S. Army NATO Brigade land navigation training at Breitenwald Training Area in Landstuhl, Germany. (Photo Credit: Troy Darr) VIEW ORIGINAL
Company holds land navigation training
4 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Staff Sgt. Marcus Aaron (center), from Baltimore, Maryland, Staff Sgt. Terrell Harper (left), Fayetteville, North Carolina and Sgt. Andres Pasqual, Morganton, North Carolina plot points on a map during U.S. Army NATO Brigade land navigation training at Breitenwald Training Area in Landstuhl, Germany. (Photo Credit: Troy Darr) VIEW ORIGINAL
Company holds land navigation training
5 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Spec. Dameyne Toney (left to right), from Chattanooga, Tennessee, Sgt. Elthon Rivot, from Fort Campbell, Tennessee, and Staff Sgt. Jean Ady, from Brooklyn, New York, discuss their plan during .S. Army NATO Brigade land navigation training at Breitenwald Training Area in Landstuhl, Germany. (Photo Credit: Troy Darr) VIEW ORIGINAL
Company holds land navigation training
6 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Staff Sgt. Terrell Harper, from Fayetteville, North Carolina, makes use of the knife-hand communication tool while discussing the team's plan of attack with Staff Sgt. Marcus Aaron, from Baltimore, Maryland, during U.S. Army NATO Brigade land navigation training at Breitenwald Training Area in Landstuhl, Germany. (Photo Credit: Troy Darr) VIEW ORIGINAL
Company holds land navigation training
7 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – 1st Sgt. Mark Leon, from Bronx, New York, briefs participants on tasks and conditions during U.S. Army NATO Brigade land navigation training at Breitenwald Training Area in Landstuhl, Germany. (Photo Credit: Troy Darr) VIEW ORIGINAL
Company holds land navigation training
8 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Staff Sgt. Desiree Bruton (left), from Mascoutah, Illinois, served as the primary instructor during U.S. Army NATO Brigade land navigation training at Breitenwald Training Area in Landstuhl, Germany. Cpt. Tessa Barbee, from Napa, California and 1st Sgt. Mark Leon, from Bronx, New York, provided leadership for the day of training. (Photo Credit: Troy Darr) VIEW ORIGINAL

LANDSTUHL Germany - Headquarters and Headquarters Company, U.S. Army NATO Brigade, hosted day and night land navigation training April 14.

Some key tasks the Soldiers practiced were plot points on a map, shoot a back azimuth, calculate distance, resection, intersection, terrain association and proper compass techniques, according to 1st Sgt. Mark Leon, from Bronx, New York.

12 Soldiers received the training with an additional six Soldiers providing training support. Staff Sgt. Desiree Bruton, from Mascoutah, Illinois, was the primary instructor with assistance from the company leadership, Cpt. Tessa Barbee, from Napa, California, and Leon.

Staff Sgt. Yaozhuo Xu from Brooklyn, New York, and Sgt. Jacob Davis, from Borger, Texas, provided combat lifesaver support to the training.