4th Joint Communications Squadron take the "Mustang Challenge"
U. S. Army Reserve Soldier Staff Sgt. Nicholas Schofield with the 4th Joint Communications Support Element uses a forklift to move a Joint Airborne Communications Center Command Post out to the flight line during battle training assembly at MacDill Air Force Base. U. S. Army Reserve Soldiers from the 4th Joint Communications Support Element competed in the “Mustang Challenge” during the weekend of the September 2018, battle training assembly. Events during the Mustang Challenge consisted of a four-mile team ruck march, pull-ups, a one-mile relay, casualty evaluation and buddy carry. 4th JCS Soldiers also spent the weekend on the M4 qualification range, zeroing weapons and qualifying with the M4. (U. S. Army photos by Master Sgt. Anthony Florence)