Spc. John Hare (right) and Sgt. Jason Evans, U.S. Army Reserve military police Soldiers with the 94th Military Police Company, out of Londonderry, New Hampshire, participate in 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, g

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Spc. John Hare (right) and Sgt. Jason Evans, U.S. Army Reserve military police Soldiers with the 94th Military Police Company, out of Londonderry, New Hampshire, participate in 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, g
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Spc. John Hare (right) and Sgt. Jason Evans, U.S. Army Reserve military police Soldiers with the 94th Military Police Company, out of Londonderry, New Hampshire, participate in 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. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Elizabeth Taylor)