KFOR Regional Command-East Conducts FOM-D Training

U.S Army Soldiers of 1st Squadron, 172nd Cavalry Regiment (Mountain), Maneuver Battalion, Kosovo Force Regional Command-East, or KFOR RC-E, put their new equipment through its paces during Freedom of Movement Detachment training, at Camp Novo Selo, Kosovo, Oct. 7, 2021. The joint rehearsal assures KFOR-RC-E troops have the skills required to handle civil disturbances which include large road blocks. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Isabelle Motley)
U.S Army Soldiers of 1st Squadron, 172nd Cavalry Regiment (Mountain), Maneuver Battalion, Kosovo Force Regional Command-East, or KFOR RC-E, put their new equipment through its paces during Freedom of Movement Detachment training, at Camp Novo Selo, Kosovo, Oct. 7, 2021. The joint rehearsal assures KFOR-RC-E troops have the skills required to handle civil disturbances which include large road blocks. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Isabelle Motley)

U.S Army Soldiers of 1st Squadron, 172nd Cavalry Regiment (Mountain), Maneuver Battalion, Kosovo Force Regional Command-East, or KFOR RC-E, put their new equipment through its paces during Freedom of Movement Detachment training, at Camp Novo Selo, Kosovo, Oct. 7, 2021. The joint rehearsal assures KFOR-RC-E troops have the skills required to handle civil disturbances which include large road blocks. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Isabelle Motley)

U.S Army Soldiers of 1st Squadron, 172nd Cavalry Regiment (Mountain), Maneuver Battalion, Kosovo Force Regional Command-East, or KFOR RC-E, put their new equipment through its paces during Freedom of Movement Detachment training, at Camp Novo Selo, Kosovo, Oct. 7, 2021. The joint rehearsal assures KFOR-RC-E troops have the skills required to handle civil disturbances which include large road blocks. (U.S. Army photo By Staff Sgt. Barbara Pendl)
U.S Army Soldiers of 1st Squadron, 172nd Cavalry Regiment (Mountain), Maneuver Battalion, Kosovo Force Regional Command-East, or KFOR RC-E, participate in Freedom of Movement Detachment training at Camp Novo Selo, Kosovo, Oct. 7, 2021. The joint rehearsal assures KFOR-RC-E troops have the skills required to handle civil disturbances which include large road blocks. (U.S. Army photo By Staff Sgt. Barbara Pendl)

U.S Army Soldiers of 1st Squadron, 172nd Cavalry Regiment (Mountain), Maneuver Battalion, Kosovo Force Regional Command-East, or KFOR RC-E, put their new equipment through its paces during Freedom of Movement Detachment training, at Camp Novo Selo, Kosovo, Oct. 7, 2021. The joint rehearsal assures KFOR-RC-E troops have the skills required to handle civil disturbances which include large road blocks. (U.S. Army photo By Staff Sgt. Barbara Pendl)
U.S Army Soldiers of 1st Squadron, 172nd Cavalry Regiment (Mountain), Maneuver Battalion, Kosovo Force Regional Command-East, or KFOR RC-E, approach the simulated road block during Freedom of Movement Detachment training, at Camp Novo Selo, Kosovo, Oct. 7, 2021. The joint rehearsal assures KFOR-RC-E troops have the skills required to handle civil disturbances which include large road blocks. (U.S. Army photo By Staff Sgt. Barbara Pendl)

U.S Army Soldiers of 1st Squadron, 172nd Cavalry Regiment (Mountain), Maneuver Battalion, Kosovo Force Regional Command-East, or KFOR RC-E, put their new equipment through its paces during Freedom of Movement Detachment training, at Camp Novo Selo, Kosovo, Oct. 7, 2021. The joint rehearsal assures KFOR-RC-E troops have the skills required to handle civil disturbances which include large road blocks. (U.S. Army photo By Staff Sgt. Barbara Pendl)
U.S Army Soldiers of 1st Squadron, 172nd Cavalry Regiment (Mountain), Maneuver Battalion, Kosovo Force Regional Command-East, or KFOR RC-E, put their new equipment through its paces during Freedom of Movement Detachment training, at Camp Novo Selo, Kosovo, Oct. 7, 2021. The joint rehearsal assures KFOR-RC-E troops have the skills required to handle civil disturbances which include large road blocks. (U.S. Army photo By Staff Sgt. Barbara Pendl)

U.S Army Soldiers of 1st Squadron, 172nd Cavalry Regiment (Mountain), Maneuver Battalion, Kosovo Force Regional Command-East, or KFOR RC-E,  line up to push through a roadblock during Freedom of Movement Detachment training, at Camp Novo Selo, Kosovo, Oct. 7, 2021. The joint rehearsal assures KFOR-RC-E troops have the skills required to handle civil disturbances which include large road blocks. (U.S. Army photo By Staff Sgt. Barbara Pendl)
U.S Army Soldiers of 1st Squadron, 172nd Cavalry Regiment (Mountain), Maneuver Battalion, Kosovo Force Regional Command-East, or KFOR RC-E, line up to push through a roadblock during Freedom of Movement Detachment training, at Camp Novo Selo, Kosovo, Oct. 7, 2021. The joint rehearsal assures KFOR-RC-E troops have the skills required to handle civil disturbances which include large road blocks. (U.S. Army photo By Staff Sgt. Barbara Pendl)

U.S Army Soldier of 1st Squadron, 172nd Cavalry Regiment (Mountain), Maneuver Battalion, Kosovo Force Regional Command-East, or KFOR RC-E, puts his new equipment through its paces during Freedom of Movement Detachment training, at Camp Novo Selo, Kosovo, Oct. 7, 2021. The joint rehearsal assures KFOR-RC-E troops have the skills required to handle civil disturbances which include large road blocks. (U.S. Army photo By Staff Sgt. Barbara Pendl)
U.S Army Soldier of 1st Squadron, 172nd Cavalry Regiment (Mountain), Maneuver Battalion, Kosovo Force Regional Command-East, or KFOR RC-E, puts his new equipment through its paces during Freedom of Movement Detachment training, at Camp Novo Selo, Kosovo, Oct. 7, 2021. The joint rehearsal assures KFOR-RC-E troops have the skills required to handle civil disturbances which include large road blocks. (U.S. Army photo By Staff Sgt. Barbara Pendl)

U.S. Army and Armed Forces of Ukraine personnel conduct Freedom of Movement Detachment training at Camp Novo, Oct. 7, 2021. This tracked vehicle mounts a lory for quick transport over distance. Joint rehearsals assure KFOR-RC-E troops have the skills required to handle civil disturbances that include large road blocks. (U.S. Army photo By Staff Sgt. Barbara Pendl)
U.S. Army and Armed Forces of Ukraine personnel conduct Freedom of Movement Detachment training at Camp Novo, Oct. 7, 2021. This tracked vehicle mounts a lory for quick transport over distance. Joint rehearsals assure KFOR-RC-E troops have the skills required to handle civil disturbances that include large road blocks. (U.S. Army photo By Staff Sgt. Barbara Pendl)

U.S. Army and Armed Forces of Ukraine personnel conduct Freedom of Movement Detachment training at Camp Novo, Oct. 7, 2021. This tracked vehicle mounts a lory for quick transport over distance. Joint rehearsals assure KFOR-RC-E troops have the skills required to handle civil disturbances that include large road blocks. (U.S. Army photo By Staff Sgt. Barbara Pendl)
U.S. Army and Armed Forces of Ukraine personnel conduct Freedom of Movement Detachment training at Camp Novo, Oct. 7, 2021. This tracked vehicle secures to a lory for quick transport over distance. Joint rehearsals assure KFOR-RC-E troops have the skills required to handle civil disturbances that include large road blocks. (U.S. Army photo By Staff Sgt. Barbara Pendl)

U.S. Army and Armed Forces of Ukraine personnel conduct Freedom of Movement Detachment training at Camp Novo, Oct. 7, 2021. This tracked vehicle mounts a lory for quick transport over distance. Joint rehearsals assure KFOR-RC-E troops have the skills required to handle civil disturbances that include large road blocks. (U.S. Army photo By Staff Sgt. Barbara Pendl)
U.S. Army and Armed Forces of Ukraine personnel conduct Freedom of Movement Detachment training at Camp Novo, Oct. 7, 2021. Once troops secure the area, a tracked vehicle shoves roadblocks aside to reopen the corridor. Joint rehearsals assure KFOR-RC-E troops have the skills required to handle civil disturbances that include large road blocks. (U.S. Army photo By Staff Sgt. Barbara Pendl)

U.S. Army and Armed Forces of Ukraine personnel conduct Freedom of Movement Detachment training at Camp Novo, Oct. 7, 2021. This tracked vehicle mounts a lory for quick transport over distance. Joint rehearsals assure KFOR-RC-E troops have the skills required to handle civil disturbances that include large road blocks. (U.S. Army photo By Staff Sgt. Barbara Pendl)
U.S. Army and Armed Forces of Ukraine personnel conduct Freedom of Movement Detachment training at Camp Novo, Oct. 7, 2021. Traffic begins to flow once lanes of travel reopen. Joint rehearsals assure KFOR-RC-E troops have the skills required to handle civil disturbances that include large road blocks. (U.S. Army photo By Staff Sgt. Barbara Pendl)

U.S Army Soldiers of 1st Squadron, 172nd Cavalry Regiment (Mountain), Maneuver Battalion, Kosovo Force Regional Command-East, or KFOR RC-E,  line up to push through a roadblock during Freedom of Movement Detachment training, at Camp Novo Selo, Kosovo, Oct. 7, 2021. The joint rehearsal assures KFOR-RC-E troops have the skills required to handle civil disturbances which include large road blocks. (U.S. Army photo By Staff Sgt. Barbara Pendl)
U.S Army Soldiers of 1st Squadron, 172nd Cavalry Regiment (Mountain), Maneuver Battalion, Kosovo Force Regional Command-East, or KFOR RC-E, line up to push through a roadblock during Freedom of Movement Detachment training, at Camp Novo Selo, Kosovo, Oct. 7, 2021. The joint rehearsal assures KFOR-RC-E troops have the skills required to handle civil disturbances which include large road blocks. (U.S. Army photo By Staff Sgt. Barbara Pendl)

U.S Army Soldiers of 1st Squadron, 172nd Cavalry Regiment (Mountain), Maneuver Battalion, Kosovo Force Regional Command-East, or KFOR RC-E, put their new equipment through its paces during Freedom of Movement Detachment training, at Camp Novo Selo, Kosovo, Oct. 7, 2021. The joint rehearsal assures KFOR-RC-E troops have the skills required to handle civil disturbances which include large road blocks. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Isabelle Motley)
U.S Army Soldiers of 1st Squadron, 172nd Cavalry Regiment (Mountain), Maneuver Battalion, Kosovo Force Regional Command-East, or KFOR RC-E, put their new equipment through its paces during Freedom of Movement Detachment training, at Camp Novo Selo, Kosovo, Oct. 7, 2021. The joint rehearsal assures KFOR-RC-E troops have the skills required to handle civil disturbances which include large road blocks. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Isabelle Motley)

U.S Army Soldiers of 1st Squadron, 172nd Cavalry Regiment (Mountain), Maneuver Battalion, Kosovo Force Regional Command-East, or KFOR RC-E, put their new equipment through its paces during Freedom of Movement Detachment training, at Camp Novo Selo, Kosovo, Oct. 7, 2021. The joint rehearsal assures KFOR-RC-E troops have the skills required to handle civil disturbances which include large road blocks. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Isabelle Motley)
U.S Army Soldiers of 1st Squadron, 172nd Cavalry Regiment (Mountain), Maneuver Battalion, Kosovo Force Regional Command-East, or KFOR RC-E, put their new equipment through its paces during Freedom of Movement Detachment training, at Camp Novo Selo, Kosovo, Oct. 7, 2021. The joint rehearsal assures KFOR-RC-E troops have the skills required to handle civil disturbances which include large road blocks. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Isabelle Motley)

Armed Forces of Ukraine personnel conduct Freedom of Movement Detachment training at Camp Novo, Oct. 7, 2021. Once troops secure the area, a tracked vehicle shoves roadblocks aside, and traffic enters the reopened corridors. Joint rehearsals assure KFOR-RC-E troops have the skills required to handle civil disturbances that include large road blocks. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Isabelle Motley)
Armed Forces of Ukraine personnel conduct Freedom of Movement Detachment training at Camp Novo, Oct. 7, 2021. Once troops secure the area, a tracked vehicle shoves roadblocks aside, and traffic enters the reopened corridors. Joint rehearsals assure KFOR-RC-E troops have the skills required to handle civil disturbances that include large road blocks. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Isabelle Motley)

U.S. Army and Armed Forces of Ukraine personnel conduct Freedom of Movement Detachment training at Camp Novo, Oct. 7, 2021. A canine team checks the roadblock for suspicious objects and troops secure the area. Then a tracked vehicle shoves roadblocks aside to reopen the corridor. Joint rehearsals assure KFOR-RC-E troops have the skills required to handle civil disturbances that include large road blocks. (U.S. Army photo By Staff Sgt. Barbara Pendl)
U.S. Army and Armed Forces of Ukraine personnel conduct Freedom of Movement Detachment training at Camp Novo, Oct. 7, 2021. A canine team checks the roadblock for suspicious objects and troops secure the area. Then a tracked vehicle shoves roadblocks aside to reopen the corridor. Joint rehearsals assure KFOR-RC-E troops have the skills required to handle civil disturbances that include large road blocks. (U.S. Army photo By Staff Sgt. Barbara Pendl)

Armed Forces of Ukraine personnel conduct Freedom of Movement Detachment training at Camp Novo, Oct. 7, 2021. Once troops secure the area, a tracked vehicle shoves roadblocks aside, and traffic enters the reopened corridors. Joint rehearsals assure KFOR-RC-E troops have the skills required to handle civil disturbances that include large road blocks. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Isabelle Motley)
Armed Forces of Ukraine personnel conduct Freedom of Movement Detachment training at Camp Novo, Oct. 7, 2021. Once troops secure the area, a tracked vehicle shoves roadblocks aside, and traffic enters the reopened corridors. Joint rehearsals assure KFOR-RC-E troops have the skills required to handle civil disturbances that include large road blocks. (U.S. Army photo by 2nd Lt. Isabelle Motley)

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