Sgt. Jason Evans (left) and Spc. John Hare, U.S. Army Reserve military police Soldiers with the 94th Military Police Company, out of Londonderry, New Hampshire, prepare for a live fire range during Operation Cold Steel at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, March 26, 2018. This iteration of Cold Steel is called Task Force Triad, a mounted gunnery training exercise in which Soldiers work as truck teams to quailfy on live-fire driving lanes. Task Force Triad runs from February to May. Each team who trains here completes a 14-day cycle that includes primary marksmanship training, a gunner skill test, digital

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Sgt. Jason Evans (left) and Spc. John Hare, U.S. Army Reserve military police Soldiers with the 94th Military Police Company, out of Londonderry, New Hampshire, prepare for a live fire range during Operation Cold Steel at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, March 26, 2018. This iteration of Cold Steel is called Task Force Triad, a mounted gunnery training exercise in which Soldiers work as truck teams to quailfy on live-fire driving lanes. Task Force Triad runs from February to May. Each team who trains here completes a 14-day cycle that includes primary marksmanship training, a gunner skill test, digital
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Sgt. Jason Evans (left) and Spc. John Hare, U.S. Army Reserve military police Soldiers with the 94th Military Police Company, out of Londonderry, New Hampshire, prepare for a live fire range during Operation Cold Steel at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, March 26, 2018. This iteration of Cold Steel is called Task Force Triad, a mounted gunnery training exercise in which Soldiers work as truck teams to quailfy on live-fire driving lanes. Task Force Triad runs from February to May. Each team who trains here completes a 14-day cycle that includes primary marksmanship training, a gunner skill test, digital simulated gunnery, ground qualification and finally ending in a live-fire driving qualification course.