505th Signal Brigade conducts CLS training
Sgt. Braxton Cartwright, 505th Signal Brigade signal technician, inserts a nasopharyngeal airway into a fellow Soldier at a simulated exercise, during a Combat Lifesaver Course class given by the 7243rd Medical Support Unit at the U.S. Army Reserve Center on the Nellis Air Force Base from March 9 thru 12. This CLS class was a four-day certification and/or annual re-certification, that consisted of classroom and practical exercise training. The 505th Signal Brigade deploys to conduct mission command and provide network planning and engineering support for assigned units to install, operate, maintain, secure and defend the Department of Defense Information Network.