U.S. Army Reserve special agents train at Capital Shield for the first time
U.S. Army special agent Nathan Booth, with the 12th Military Police Detachment, Fort Eustis, Virginia, creates a "blood spurt" using a cup of fake blood underneath a dummy's head as he helps set up a training crime scene for Capital Shield 2016 at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, Sept. 13. Approximately 15 U.S. Army Reserve criminal investigative special agents trained alongside 25 active duty agents for the first time in a joint training exercise known as Capital Shield, focusing on crime scene processing, evidence management and hostage negotiations, Sept. 13-15. The reserve Soldiers participating in this year's Capital Shield are agents from the 733rd Military Police Battalion (Criminal Investigation Division), headquartered in Fort Gillem, Georgia, which reports to the 200th Military Police Command. The active duty agents belong to various offices across the Washington CID Battalion, headquartered at Fort Myer, Virginia. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Master Sgt. Michel Sauret)