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7/22/2022
U.S. Army National Guard Soldiers, with the 125 Engineer Multi-Role Bridge Company (MRBC), 122 Engineer Battalion, South Carolina National Guard, conduct zodiac self-recovery and man overboard drills during their annual training held at Clarks Hill training site in McCormick County, South Carolina, July 19, 2022. Soldiers trained on their abilities to recover the zodiac back into an operational position in the event the boat was flipped or rolled over. Soldiers also trained on their ability to recover personnel who have fallen overboard, or who may need rescuing from high waters during a storm. Knowing how to operate the boat safely when people are in the water around them is crucial in real life situations. (U.S. Army National Guard Photo by Pfc. Ana-Grace Catoe, South Carolina National Guard)
7/22/2022
U.S. Army National Guard Soldiers, with the 125 Engineer Multi-Role Bridge Company (MRBC), 122 Engineer Battalion, South Carolina National Guard, conduct zodiac self-recovery and man overboard drills during their annual training held at Clarks Hill training site in McCormick County, South Carolina, July 19, 2022. Soldiers trained on their abilities to recover the zodiac back into an operational position in the event the boat was flipped or rolled over. Soldiers also trained on their ability to recover personnel who have fallen overboard, or who may need rescuing from high waters during a storm. Knowing how to operate the boat safely when people are in the water around them is crucial in real life situations. (U.S. Army National Guard Photo by Sgt. Chelsea Weaver, South Carolina National Guard)
7/22/2022
U.S. Army National Guard Soldiers, with the 125 Engineer Multi-Role Bridge Company (MRBC), 122 Engineer Battalion, South Carolina National Guard, conduct zodiac self-recovery and man overboard drills during their annual training held at Clarks Hill training site in McCormick County, South Carolina, July 19, 2022. Soldiers trained on their abilities to recover the zodiac back into an operational position in the event the boat was flipped or rolled over. Soldiers also trained on their ability to recover personnel who have fallen overboard, or who may need rescuing from high waters during a storm. Knowing how to operate the boat safely when people are in the water around them is crucial in real life situations. (U.S. Army National Guard Photo by Pfc. Ana-Grace Catoe, South Carolina National Guard)
7/22/2022
U.S. Army National Guard Soldiers, with the 125st Engineer Multi-Role Bridge Company (MRBC), 122nd Engineer Battalion, South Carolina National Guard, conduct zodiac self-recovery and man overboard drills during their annual training held at Clarks Hill training site in McCormick County, South Carolina, July 19, 2022. Soldiers trained on their abilities to recover the zodiac back into an operational position in the event the boat was flipped or rolled over. Soldiers also trained on their ability to recover personnel who have fallen overboard, or who may need rescuing from high waters during a storm. Knowing how to operate the boat safely when people are in the water around them is crucial in real life situations. (U.S. Army National Guard Photo by Sgt. Chelsea Weaver, South Carolina National Guard)
7/22/2022
U.S. Army National Guard Soldiers, with the 125 Engineer Multi-Role Bridge Company (MRBC), 122 Engineer Battalion, South Carolina National Guard, conduct zodiac self-recovery and man overboard drills during their annual training held at Clarks Hill training site in McCormick County, South Carolina, July 19, 2022. Soldiers trained on their abilities to recover the zodiac back into an operational position in the event the boat was flipped or rolled over. Soldiers also trained on their ability to recover personnel who have fallen overboard, or who may need rescuing from high waters during a storm. Knowing how to operate the boat safely when people are in the water around them is crucial in real life situations. (U.S. Army National Guard Photo by Pfc. Ana-Grace Catoe, South Carolina National Guard)

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