Soldiers strive to keep afloat during Army North water survival training

By Sgt 1st Class Manuel Torres-Cortes, U.S. Army North PAOJune 22, 2010

FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas - Sgt. 1st Class Alfred D'Adda, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, U.S. Army North, attempts to create pockets of air inside his Army Combat Uniform trousers to use as a flotation devise during water survival training at the Jimmy Brought Fitness Center indoor pool at Fort Sam Houston June 18. The techniques the Soldiers learned during the training are used as part of the Army's Water Survival Training Curriculum 21 - 21.
1 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas - Sgt. 1st Class Alfred D'Adda, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, U.S. Army North, attempts to create pockets of air inside his Army Combat Uniform trousers to use as a flotation devise during water survival training at the Jimmy Brought Fitness Center indoor pool at Fort Sam Houston June 18. The techniques the Soldiers learned during the training are used as part of the Army's Water Survival Training Curriculum 21 - 21. (Photo Credit: Sgt. 1st Class Manuel Torres-Cortes, U.S. Army North PAO) VIEW ORIGINAL
FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas - Sgt. Lauren Aldaco, force protection noncommissioned officer, U.S. Army North, attempts to create pockets of air inside her Army Combat Uniform trousers to use as a floatation device during Water Survival training at the Jimmy Brought Fitness Center indoor pool, at Fort Sam Houston June 18. The techniques the Soldiers learned during the training are used as part of the Army's Water Survival Training Curriculum 21 - 21.
2 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas - Sgt. Lauren Aldaco, force protection noncommissioned officer, U.S. Army North, attempts to create pockets of air inside her Army Combat Uniform trousers to use as a floatation device during Water Survival training at the Jimmy Brought Fitness Center indoor pool, at Fort Sam Houston June 18. The techniques the Soldiers learned during the training are used as part of the Army's Water Survival Training Curriculum 21 - 21. (Photo Credit: Sgt 1st Class Manuel Torres-Cortes, U.S. Army North PAO) VIEW ORIGINAL
FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas - Master Sgt. Noe Garcia, operations noncommissioned officer, U.S. Army North, jumps into the pool in his Army Combat Uniform, which he will use as a floatation device, during Water Survival Training at the Jimmy Brought Fitness Center indoor pool at Fort Sam Houston June 18. The techniques the Soldiers learned during the training are used as part of the Army's Water Survival Training Curriculum 21 - 21.
3 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas - Master Sgt. Noe Garcia, operations noncommissioned officer, U.S. Army North, jumps into the pool in his Army Combat Uniform, which he will use as a floatation device, during Water Survival Training at the Jimmy Brought Fitness Center indoor pool at Fort Sam Houston June 18. The techniques the Soldiers learned during the training are used as part of the Army's Water Survival Training Curriculum 21 - 21. (Photo Credit: Sgt 1st Class Manuel Torres-Cortes, U.S. Army North PAO) VIEW ORIGINAL