2nd Cavalry Regiment maneuver with Estonian Allies for OAR

Dragoons from Iron Troop, 3rd Squadron, 2nd Cavalry Regiment, maneuver through a forest toward a simulated enemy stronghold. Their mission was to capture a high value target as part of a combined training exercise with Estonian Allies in support of Operation Atlantic Resolve, March 7, 2015, in Rabassare, Estonia. The exercise saw Iron Troop Soldiers conduct urban operations while the Estonians defended the village. 3rd Sqdn., 2nd Cav. Reg., is currently deployed to Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia to train with host nation forces in order to assure Allies of U.S. resolve and improve Allied interoperability. (112th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment Photograph by 1st Lt. Paul Nadolski/Released)



By 1st Lt. Paul Nadolski Mar 11, 2015
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