6. Spc. Wesley A. Coble and Sgt. Victor Alcantar, combat engineers assigned to 1st Platoon, 43rd Engineer Company, 2nd Squadron “Sabre”, 3d Cavalry Regiment, find cover behind a “blast blanket” after detonating an entryway with explosives July 31 at a subterranean tunnel complex on Fort Hood. The Soldiers were taking part in a training event designed to develop tactics, training, and procedures for emerging battlefields.
Take a look at these high-speed photography images that capture some of the harrowing moments in the life of a U.S. soldier.
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