May 8, 2012
BOISE — South of Boise this past week, about 700 members of the Canadian Army Reserves 39 Brigade Group and the Arizona Army National Guard trained on tactics, techniques and procedures at the Idaho National Guard’s Orchard Combat Training Center.
The exercise, known as Cougar Salvo 2012, gave the Canadian and American troops the opportunity to train in conditions similar to those they could face overseas.
The Orchard Combat Training Center provides combat training opportunities analogous to those in Afghanistan.
This article was posted: Tuesday, May 8, 2012 at 8:41 am