Reserve engineers learn to engage key Afghan leaders
By 3rd Engineer Battalion, 364th Regiment, 5th Armored Brigade, Division West
December 20, 2012
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Capt. Joshua Yarbrough, second from left, 704th Engineer Company commander, meets with Afghan role players.
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Role-played Afghan community leaders invite Capt. Joshua Yarbrough, center, 704th Engineer Company commander, to drink chai with them.
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Capt. Joshua Yarbrough, center, 704th Engineer Company commander, and role-played Afghan community leaders discuss the 704th's involvement in the area.
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Capt. Joshua Yarbrough, center front, 704th Engineer Company commander, discusses future community and unit involvement with role-played Afghan community leaders.
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Afghan role players simulate a market scene in Karmen'Shah Village.
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Afghan role players shop at a Karmen'Shah Village market.
McGREGOR RANGE, N.M. -- Division West's 5th Armored Brigade recently conducted key leader engagement training here for Soldiers of the Army Reserve's 704th Engineer Company from Hot Springs, Ark. The engineers are training for their deployment to Regional Command West in Afghanistan. (Photos courtesy 3rd Engineer Battalion, 364th Regiment, 5th Armored Brigade, Division West)
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