Warrior mindset: Defending lives in close quarters
Sgt. 1st Class Donald Snow, U.S. Army Reserve program manager for the Active Shooter Threat Response Training, observes a Soldier going through an active-shooter training drill taught at an Army Reserve installation in Nashville, Tennessee, on Sept. 28. The training is the first program in the Army Reserve to use the latest tactics taught by federal agents to defend against active shooter incidents, which will eventually train all military police armed guards across the 200th Military Police Command. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Master Sgt. Michel Sauret)