Crowd Control Exercise

Albanian soldiers secure simulated protesters acted by U.S. Soldiers with Apache Company, 1st Battalion, 4th Infantry Regiment, during a crowd control training exercise as part of KFOR 29 at Hohenfels, Germany, June 26, 2021. Allies and partners take part in KFOR 29 training in order to increase interoperability and prepare the unit for peace support, stability and contingency operations in Kosovo in support of civil authorities. NATO has been leading the international peacekeeping force in Kosovo since June 1999 to ensure a secure, stable and multi-ethnic Kosovo. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Randis Monroe)
Albanian soldiers secure simulated protesters acted by U.S. Soldiers with Apache Company, 1st Battalion, 4th Infantry Regiment, during a crowd control training exercise as part of KFOR 29 at Hohenfels, Germany, June 26, 2021. Allies and partners take part in KFOR 29 training in order to increase interoperability and prepare the unit for peace support, stability and contingency operations in Kosovo in support of civil authorities. NATO has been leading the international peacekeeping force in Kosovo since June 1999 to ensure a secure, stable and multi-ethnic Kosovo. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Randis Monroe)

Albanian soldiers secure simulated protesters acted by U.S. Soldiers with Apache Company, 1st Battalion, 4th Infantry Regiment, during a crowd control training exercise as part of KFOR 29 at Hohenfels, Germany, June 26, 2021. Allies and partners take part in KFOR 29 training in order to increase interoperability and prepare the unit for peace support, stability and contingency operations in Kosovo in support of civil authorities. NATO has been leading the international peacekeeping force in Kosovo since June 1999 to ensure a secure, stable and multi-ethnic Kosovo. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Randis Monroe)

U.S. Soldiers with Apache Company, 1st Battalion, 4th Infantry Regiment, act as guards and protestors during a crowd control exercise as part of KFOR 29 at Hohenfels, Germany, June 26, 2021. Allies and partners take part in KFOR 29 training in order to increase interoperability and prepare the unit for peace support, stability and contingency operations in Kosovo in support of civil authorities. NATO has been leading the international peacekeeping force in Kosovo since June 1999 to ensure a secure, stable and multi-ethnic Kosovo. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Randis Monroe)
U.S. Soldiers with Apache Company, 1st Battalion, 4th Infantry Regiment, act as guards and protestors during a crowd control exercise as part of KFOR 29 at Hohenfels, Germany, June 26, 2021. Allies and partners take part in KFOR 29 training in order to increase interoperability and prepare the unit for peace support, stability and contingency operations in Kosovo in support of civil authorities. NATO has been leading the international peacekeeping force in Kosovo since June 1999 to ensure a secure, stable and multi-ethnic Kosovo. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Randis Monroe)

Albanian soldiers establish a line formation during a crowd control exercise as part of KFOR 29 at Hohenfels, Germany, June 26, 2021. Allies and partners take part in KFOR 29 training in order to increase interoperability and prepare the unit for peace support, stability and contingency operations in Kosovo in support of civil authorities. NATO has been leading the international peacekeeping force in Kosovo since June 1999 to ensure a secure, stable and multi-ethnic Kosovo. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Randis Monroe)
Albanian soldiers establish a line formation during a crowd control exercise as part of KFOR 29 at Hohenfels, Germany, June 26, 2021. Allies and partners take part in KFOR 29 training in order to increase interoperability and prepare the unit for peace support, stability and contingency operations in Kosovo in support of civil authorities. NATO has been leading the international peacekeeping force in Kosovo since June 1999 to ensure a secure, stable and multi-ethnic Kosovo. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Randis Monroe)

Albanian soldiers secure protesters, acted by U.S. Soldiers from 1st Battalion, 4th Infantry Regiment, during a crowd control training exercise as part of KFOR 29 at Hohenfels, Germany, June 26, 2021. Allies and partners take part in KFOR 29 training in order to increase interoperability and prepare the unit for peace support, stability and contingency operations in Kosovo in support of civil authorities. NATO has been leading the international peacekeeping force in Kosovo since June 1999 to ensure a secure, stable and multi-ethnic Kosovo. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Randis Monroe)
Albanian soldiers secure protesters, acted by U.S. Soldiers from 1st Battalion, 4th Infantry Regiment, during a crowd control training exercise as part of KFOR 29 at Hohenfels, Germany, June 26, 2021. Allies and partners take part in KFOR 29 training in order to increase interoperability and prepare the unit for peace support, stability and contingency operations in Kosovo in support of civil authorities. NATO has been leading the international peacekeeping force in Kosovo since June 1999 to ensure a secure, stable and multi-ethnic Kosovo. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Randis Monroe)

A U.S. Soldier with Apache Company, 1st Battalion, 4th Infantry Regiment, acting as a protestor attempts to breach a line of Albanian soldiers during a crowd control training exercise as part of KFOR 29 at Hohenfels, Germany, June 26, 2021. Allies and partners take part in KFOR 29 training in order to increase interoperability and prepare the unit for peace support, stability and contingency operations in Kosovo in support of civil authorities. NATO has been leading the international peacekeeping force in Kosovo since June 1999 to ensure a secure, stable and multi-ethnic Kosovo. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Randis Monroe)
A U.S. Soldier with Apache Company, 1st Battalion, 4th Infantry Regiment, acting as a protestor attempts to breach a line of Albanian soldiers during a crowd control training exercise as part of KFOR 29 at Hohenfels, Germany, June 26, 2021. Allies and partners take part in KFOR 29 training in order to increase interoperability and prepare the unit for peace support, stability and contingency operations in Kosovo in support of civil authorities. NATO has been leading the international peacekeeping force in Kosovo since June 1999 to ensure a secure, stable and multi-ethnic Kosovo. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Randis Monroe)

A U.S. Soldier with Apache Company, 1st Battalion, 4th Infantry Regiment, acting as a protestor attempts to breach a line of Albanian soldiers during a crowd control training exercise as part of KFOR 29 at Hohenfels, Germany, June 26, 2021. Allies and partners take part in KFOR 29 training in order to increase interoperability and prepare the unit for peace support, stability and contingency operations in Kosovo in support of civil authorities. NATO has been leading the international peacekeeping force in Kosovo since June 1999 to ensure a secure, stable and multi-ethnic Kosovo. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Randis Monroe)
A U.S. Soldier with Apache Company, 1st Battalion, 4th Infantry Regiment, acting as a protestor attempts to breach a line of Albanian soldiers during a crowd control training exercise as part of KFOR 29 at Hohenfels, Germany, June 26, 2021. Allies and partners take part in KFOR 29 training in order to increase interoperability and prepare the unit for peace support, stability and contingency operations in Kosovo in support of civil authorities. NATO has been leading the international peacekeeping force in Kosovo since June 1999 to ensure a secure, stable and multi-ethnic Kosovo. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Randis Monroe)

U.S. Soldiers with Apache Company, 1st Battalion, 4th Infantry Regiment act as protesters during a crowd control training exercise as part of KFOR 29 at Hohenfels, Germany, June 26, 2021. Allies and partners take part in KFOR 29 training in order to increase interoperability and prepare the unit for peace support, stability and contingency operations in Kosovo in support of civil authorities. NATO has been leading the international peacekeeping force in Kosovo since June 1999 to ensure a secure, stable and multi-ethnic Kosovo. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Randis Monroe)
U.S. Soldiers with Apache Company, 1st Battalion, 4th Infantry Regiment act as protesters during a crowd control training exercise as part of KFOR 29 at Hohenfels, Germany, June 26, 2021. Allies and partners take part in KFOR 29 training in order to increase interoperability and prepare the unit for peace support, stability and contingency operations in Kosovo in support of civil authorities. NATO has been leading the international peacekeeping force in Kosovo since June 1999 to ensure a secure, stable and multi-ethnic Kosovo. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Randis Monroe)

U.S. Soldiers assigned to 1st Squadron, 172nd Cavalry Regiment move to secure a position during a crowd control training exercise as part of KFOR 29 at Hohenfels, Germany, June 26, 2021. Allies and partners take part in KFOR 29 training in order to increase interoperability and prepare the unit for peace support, stability and contingency operations in Kosovo in support of civil authorities. NATO has been leading the international peacekeeping force in Kosovo since June 1999 to ensure a secure, stable and multi-ethnic Kosovo. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Randis Monroe)
U.S. Soldiers assigned to 1st Squadron, 172nd Cavalry Regiment move to secure a position during a crowd control training exercise as part of KFOR 29 at Hohenfels, Germany, June 26, 2021. Allies and partners take part in KFOR 29 training in order to increase interoperability and prepare the unit for peace support, stability and contingency operations in Kosovo in support of civil authorities. NATO has been leading the international peacekeeping force in Kosovo since June 1999 to ensure a secure, stable and multi-ethnic Kosovo. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Randis Monroe)

U.S. Soldiers assigned to 1st Squadron, 172nd Cavalry Regiment move to secure a position during a crowd control training exercise as part of KFOR 29 at Hohenfels, Germany, June 26, 2021. Allies and partners take part in KFOR 29 training in order to increase interoperability and prepare the unit for peace support, stability and contingency operations in Kosovo in support of civil authorities. NATO has been leading the international peacekeeping force in Kosovo since June 1999 to ensure a secure, stable and multi-ethnic Kosovo. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Randis Monroe)
U.S. Soldiers assigned to 1st Squadron, 172nd Cavalry Regiment defend the line against simulated protesters acted by U.S. Soldiers with Apache Company, 1st Battalion, 4th Infantry Regiment, during a crowd control training exercise as part of KFOR 29 at Hohenfels, Germany, June 26, 2021. Allies and partners take part in KFOR 29 training in order to increase interoperability and prepare the unit for peace support, stability and contingency operations in Kosovo in support of civil authorities. NATO has been leading the international peacekeeping force in Kosovo since June 1999 to ensure a secure, stable and multi-ethnic Kosovo. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Randis Monroe)

U.S. Soldiers assigned to 1st Squadron, 172nd Cavalry Regiment move to secure a position during a crowd control training exercise as part of KFOR 29 at Hohenfels, Germany, June 26, 2021. Allies and partners take part in KFOR 29 training in order to increase interoperability and prepare the unit for peace support, stability and contingency operations in Kosovo in support of civil authorities. NATO has been leading the international peacekeeping force in Kosovo since June 1999 to ensure a secure, stable and multi-ethnic Kosovo. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Randis Monroe)
U.S. Soldiers assigned to 1st Squadron, 172nd Cavalry Regiment defend the line against simulated protesters acted by U.S. Soldiers with Apache Company, 1st Battalion, 4th Infantry Regiment, during a crowd control training exercise as part of KFOR 29 at Hohenfels, Germany, June 26, 2021. Allies and partners take part in KFOR 29 training in order to increase interoperability and prepare the unit for peace support, stability and contingency operations in Kosovo in support of civil authorities. NATO has been leading the international peacekeeping force in Kosovo since June 1999 to ensure a secure, stable and multi-ethnic Kosovo. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Randis Monroe)

Albanian soldiers hold the line against simulated protesters acted by U.S. Soldiers with Apache Company, 1st Battalion, 4th Infantry Regiment, during a crowd control training exercise as part of KFOR 29 at Hohenfels, Germany, June 26, 2021. Allies and partners take part in KFOR 29 training in order to increase interoperability and prepare the unit for peace support, stability and contingency operations in Kosovo in support of civil authorities. NATO has been leading the international peacekeeping force in Kosovo since June 1999 to ensure a secure, stable and multi-ethnic Kosovo. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Randis Monroe)
Albanian soldiers hold the line against simulated protesters acted by U.S. Soldiers with Apache Company, 1st Battalion, 4th Infantry Regiment, during a crowd control training exercise as part of KFOR 29 at Hohenfels, Germany, June 26, 2021. Allies and partners take part in KFOR 29 training in order to increase interoperability and prepare the unit for peace support, stability and contingency operations in Kosovo in support of civil authorities. NATO has been leading the international peacekeeping force in Kosovo since June 1999 to ensure a secure, stable and multi-ethnic Kosovo. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Randis Monroe)

Albanian soldiers secure simulated protesters acted by U.S. Soldiers with Apache Company, 1st Battalion, 4th Infantry Regiment, during a crowd control training exercise as part of KFOR 29 at Hohenfels, Germany, June 26, 2021. Allies and partners take part in KFOR 29 training in order to increase interoperability and prepare the unit for peace support, stability and contingency operations in Kosovo in support of civil authorities. NATO has been leading the international peacekeeping force in Kosovo since June 1999 to ensure a secure, stable and multi-ethnic Kosovo. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Randis Monroe)
Albanian soldiers secure simulated protesters acted by U.S. Soldiers with Apache Company, 1st Battalion, 4th Infantry Regiment, during a crowd control training exercise as part of KFOR 29 at Hohenfels, Germany, June 26, 2021. Allies and partners take part in KFOR 29 training in order to increase interoperability and prepare the unit for peace support, stability and contingency operations in Kosovo in support of civil authorities. NATO has been leading the international peacekeeping force in Kosovo since June 1999 to ensure a secure, stable and multi-ethnic Kosovo. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Randis Monroe)

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