ANA Soldiers turn up the HEAT during up-armored humvee course

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Written by Bagram Media Center Monday, 11 January 2010 23:15

 

PAKTYA PROVINCE, Afghanistan –- An Afghan National Army Soldier with the 203rd Thunder Corps emerges from a Humvee Egress Assistance Training vehicle, Jan. 7, as part of a three-week up-armored humvee driving course at Forward Operating Base Thunder near Gardez, Paktya province, Afghanistan. The HEAT section of the driving course teaches the soldiers how to successfully escape their humvee in the event of a rollover. (Photo by U.S. Army Sgt. Andrew A. Reagan, 304th Public Affairs Detachment)

PAKTYA PROVINCE, Afghanistan –- An Afghan National Army soldier with the 203rd Thunder Corps emerges from a Humvee Egress Assistance Training vehicle, Jan. 7, as part of a three week up-armored humvee driving course at Forward Operating Base Thunder near Gardez, Paktya Province, Afghanistan. The HEAT module simulates a humvee rollover by flipping the vehicle completely upside down. The ANA soldiers inside had to unbuckle their safety belts while hanging upside down and exit the vehicle. (Photo by U.S. Army Sgt. Andrew A. Reagan, 304th Public Affairs Detachment)

 

Last Updated on Monday, 11 January 2010 23:24