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Lee Countian trains with Army in Alaska

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With information from the Department of Defense-

U. S. Army Specialist Greg Hadley is assigned to the 164th Military Police Company, 2nd Engineer Brigade, and is training in Alaska.

Hadley is a native of Leesburg, and is stationed at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, near Anchorage, Alaska.

The military police soldiers trained on various team-based scenarios aimed at testing their abilities to adapt to rapidly changing situations under stressful physical and mental conditions.  

In this scenario, Hadley guards a detainee on a situational training exercise lanes during team qualifications last week.

 

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