Reserve military police work side by side with Fort Hunter Liggett counterparts
U.S. Army Pfc. Dalton Potts, a military police officer with the 382nd Military Police Detachment from San Diego, checks identification cards at an entry control point at Fort Hunter Liggett, Calif., Aug. 3. Potts, a Corona, Calif., native, worked with Fort Hunter Liggett police to maintain law and order and force protection during his annual training, July 26 - Aug. 10. The 382nd supported WAREX 91-15, “Operation Caucasus Restore.” WAREX 91-15 prepares Reserve and National Guard units with real world and scenario based training, as well as basic Soldier skills during the exercise. (Photo by U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Nazly Confesor, 200th MP Command Public Affairs/Released)