Army Reserve MPs test other units as OPFOR
Members of the U.S. Army Reserve Command’s 96th Military Police Company, 96th Military Police Battalion, plot out which buildings and locations from which they will launch attacks against other U.S. Army Reserve Command troops while roleplaying as enemy combatants during a training exercise at Niscoln, a small mock village on Fort Hunter Liggett, Calif., July 20, 2017. The other Reserve Soldiers, members of the 344th Military Police Company, 485th Chemical Battalion, and 382nd Military Police Battalion, are undergoing training to better prepare them to deploy and win against enemy forces. Nearly 5,400 service members from the U.S. Army Reserve Command, U.S. Army, Army National Guard, U.S. Navy, and Canadian Armed Forces are training at Fort Hunter Liggett as part of the 84th Training Command’s Combat Support Training Exercise 91-17-03 and ARMEDCOM’s Global Medic; this is a unique training opportunity that allows U.S. Army Reserve units to train alongside their multi-component and joint partners as part of the America’s Army Reserve evolution into the most lethal Federal Reserve force in the history of the nation. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. David L. Nye, 301st Public Affairs Detachment)