Army Reserve Soldiers train on water treatment procedures
A team of U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers, who are trained as water treatment specialists from the 968th Quartermaster Company out of Tustin, California, secure a dolphin strainer device in the Pacific Ocean on June 20 as part of the Quartermaster Liquid Logistics Exercise (QLLEX) held at Camp Pendleton, California. The team’s primary mission during the QLLEX is to take seawater from the ocean and turn it into drinkable water for Soldiers participating in the exercise. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. Joseph Black)

Photo by: Sgt. Joseph Black |  VIRIN: 220620-A-IE486-0006.JPG