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JTF-B Automated Route Reconnaissance Kit Training

U. S. Army 1st Lt. William Jung (left) and Master Sgt. Luke Pritchard, Joint Task Force-Bravo SSAT members, listen intently as the Automated Route Reconnaissance Kit (ARRK) instructor teaches them the basics of how to use the system. The Joint Task Force-Bravo U. S. Southern Command Situational Assessment Team (SSAT) received training and performed practical exercises with the ARRK in preparation for future Central American disaster relief missions. It employs a ruggedized laptop computer to automatically and continuously collect road information and condition to provide situational awareness and facilitate the decision making process. (Photo by U. S. Air National Guard Capt. Steven Stubbs)

PHOTO BY: U. S. Air National Guard Capt. Steven Stubbs
VIRIN: 140603-Z-BZ170-003.JPG
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