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December 13, 2012

Leading the stack

Tarantula Team’s Command Sgt. Maj. Mario Terenas and Phoenix Team’s Staff Sgt. Christopher Leach oversee single team multi-room, live-fire training with Sgt. Phillip Hogsed, of Headquarters and Headquarters Troop, 2nd Squadron, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment, and Dragon Team’s Spc. Joshua Noonan leading the stack during Dragon Team live-fire training, here, Nov. 29.

Operations Group and 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment conducts room assault during cross training

Soldiers from Dragon Team and Tarantula Team of Operations Group conducted training in conjunction with Troopers from 2nd Squadron, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment. The cross training took place Nov. 29 – 30 in the live-fire area of the National Training Center.

Soldiers operated in teams to assault multiple rooms while using fragmentation grenades and shooting live-rounds from their M-4 rifles. Tarantula Team’s Command Sgt. Maj. Mario Terenas and Phoenix Team’s Staff Sgt. Christopher Leach were on hand to oversee the live-fire training event.

Top: Covered by Spc. Glenn May’s rifle, Spc. David Cruz prepares and throws a fragmentation grenade during Dragon Team, Operations Group, live-fire training, here, Nov. 30.




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