Going Up

A 446th Security Forces Squadron Reservist practices up-hill ascents on an all-terrain vehicle during the Reserve weekend, July 14, 2013. Proper hill climbing is a requirement to be certified in basic ATV riding. The ATV is one of the vehicles a security forces Airman might need in the field. For that reason, and because 446th SFS Reservists are deployable, they are required to take the ATV course every two to three years. Some of the 446th SFS Airmen have utilized those skills here at McChord Field to provide support for other security personnel, and incident response during major events, including air shows and Air Mobility Command Rodeo. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Jake Chappelle)

PHOTO BY: Master Sgt. Jake Chappelle
VIRIN: 130714-F-JB957-071.JPG
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