Combat ready: Military Police train in largest Army Reserve training exercise of the year
A group of U.S. Army Reserve military police Soldiers assigned to 400th Military Police Battalion, from Fort Meade, Maryland, uses a Biometrics Automated Toolset System (BATS) to fingerprint a mock detainee at a training exercise on Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, August 17, 2017. Approximately 600 U.S. Army Reserve military police Soldiers took part in the Combat Support Training Exercise (CSTX), which is designed to bring Soldiers from various operational specialties work and train together on a situational exercise that replicates units deploying to combat. This training exercise trains America's Army reserve to be capable, combat-ready and lethal. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Therell Frett)