Guam ‘Port Dawgs’ refine combat skills

Members of the Air Force Reserve’s 44th Aerial Port Squadron based out of Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, take an opportunity to decompress from the Fieldcraft Hostile Course Sept. 17-28, 2018, at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey, and check out nearby sites, such as the De Oppresso Liber statue in Liberty Park, New York. Front row: Tech. Sgt. Charles Hinkle, Staff Sgt. Jerome Larimer, Staff Sgt. Peter Fagan, Senior Airman Matthew Mira, Tech. Sgt. Wilson Beatingo and Staff Sgt. Joshua Crisistomo. Back row: Tech. Sgt. Noli Pegarido, Senior Airman Justin Agoun, Senior Master Sgt. Rhodel Sevilla, Tech. Sgt. Phillip Blas, Master Sgt. Peter Martinez and Master Sgt. Edgar Tiamzon. The fast-paced Fieldcraft Hostile Field Course provides Airmen the skills, knowledge and abilities necessary to perform in a hostile environment while allowing freedom of movement on the battlefield. The students participated in realistic and strenuous training scenarios used to teach skills in weapons firing, communications, mounted and dismounted individual and team movements, and map, compass, and GPS navigation. (Courtesy photo)

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