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Pershing Strike tests total Army mobilization capabilities
Spc. Neal Long, left, 42 alpha, 304th Military Police Battalion, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, Nashville, Tennessee learns how to in-process fingerprints during biometric training at Pershing Strike. Soldiers learn biometric techniques to track detainees within a facility. Pershing Strike was the most sizable, large scale mobilization exercise to date at the historic Camp Shelby in Mississippi that tested stressors at a Mobilization Force Generation Installation to evaluate realistic capacities at an MFGI. U.S. Army Reserve and National Guard Soldiers participated side by side during the 14-day exercise. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Staff Sgt. David Lietz)

Photo by: SSG David Lietz |  VIRIN: 220729-A-XY199-002.JPG