Virginia Congressman Rob Wittman visits Fort A.P. Hill

By Michael MeisbergerFebruary 14, 2012

Sergeant First Class Jeff Truex and Congressman Rob Wittman, representing Virginia's 1st Congressional District, look over the available robot platforms at the Explosive Ordnance Disposal Training Complex at Fort A.P. Hill during the congressman's visit Feb. 13.
1 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Sergeant First Class Jeff Truex and Congressman Rob Wittman, representing Virginia's 1st Congressional District, look over the available robot platforms at the Explosive Ordnance Disposal Training Complex at Fort A.P. Hill during the congressman's visit Feb. 13. (Photo Credit: Mr. Michael Meisberger) VIEW ORIGINAL
Robotics Systems Joint Project Office Contractor Eric Langett instructs Congressman Rob Wittman on the use of the Talon 4 robot, PackBot
EOD, and mini EOD robots.
2 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Robotics Systems Joint Project Office Contractor Eric Langett instructs Congressman Rob Wittman on the use of the Talon 4 robot, PackBot EOD, and mini EOD robots. (Photo Credit: Mr. Michael Meisberger) VIEW ORIGINAL
Congressman Rob Wittman operates the mini EOD robot platform with the guidance of Robotics Systems Joint Project Office contractor, Eric
Langett.
3 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Congressman Rob Wittman operates the mini EOD robot platform with the guidance of Robotics Systems Joint Project Office contractor, Eric Langett. (Photo Credit: Mr. Michael Meisberger) VIEW ORIGINAL
Advanced Leader Course Students Staff Sgt. Joshua Kurk and Staff Sgt. Aaron Thompson demonstrate preparation for a manual approach on a suspected training improvised explosive device.
4 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Advanced Leader Course Students Staff Sgt. Joshua Kurk and Staff Sgt. Aaron Thompson demonstrate preparation for a manual approach on a suspected training improvised explosive device. (Photo Credit: Mr. Michael Meisberger) VIEW ORIGINAL
Advanced Leader Course Student Staff Sgt. Joshua Kurk makes a manual approach on a mock improvised explosive device.
5 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Advanced Leader Course Student Staff Sgt. Joshua Kurk makes a manual approach on a mock improvised explosive device. (Photo Credit: Mr. Michael Meisberger) VIEW ORIGINAL
Rep. Rob Wittman, R-1st, visited Fort A.P. Hill and its new explosive ordnance disposal training complex on Monday of last week. Wittman (left) speaks with advanced leader course students Staff Sgt. Jeffery Verworn (center) and Staff Sgt. Joshua Kurk (right). Photo US Army.
6 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Rep. Rob Wittman, R-1st, visited Fort A.P. Hill and its new explosive ordnance disposal training complex on Monday of last week. Wittman (left) speaks with advanced leader course students Staff Sgt. Jeffery Verworn (center) and Staff Sgt. Joshua Kurk (right). Photo US Army. (Photo Credit: Mr. Michael Meisberger) VIEW ORIGINAL