U.S. Army Reserve NCOs bring civilian skills to ROTC cadet summer training
U.S. Army Reserve Staff Sgt. Chris Esguerra, a native of Port Orchard, Washington, and Cadet Summer Training instructor assigned to Task Force Wolf, 3rd Battalion, 414th Regiment, 104th Training Division, pauses for a moment during Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear defense training at Fort Knox, Kentucky, July 12. Esguerra is spending 22 days familiarizing Reserve Officers’ Training Corps cadets who are participating in CBRN training during their 31-day CST Advance Camp. Completion of the Advanced Camp is an ROTC prerequisite for commissioning.