JTF-71 leaders review AT plan - minutemanTX
In this image released by the Texas Military Forces, key leaders with Joint Task Force 71 participated in an annual training plan review in Austin, Texas July 9, 2011.  Representatives were on hand from the 836th Engineers, 436th Chemical Company 236th Military Police and the medical group from the Air National Guard to review their daily plan for completing their upcoming training. Annual Training normally consists of two weeks worth of Soldier Skills training. However, JTF-71 is also using their time on Camp Swift preparing for their external evaluation as a Homeland Response Force in October. (Photo/Joint Task Force 71, Army National Guard Staff Sgt. Melissa Bright)

In this image released by the Texas Military Forces, key leaders with Joint Task Force 71 participated in an annual training plan review in Austin, Texas July 9, 2011. Representatives were on hand from the 836th Engineers, 436th Chemical Company 236th Military Police and the medical group from the Air National Guard to review their daily plan for completing their upcoming training. Annual Training normally consists of two weeks worth of Soldier Skills training. However, JTF-71 is also using their time on Camp Swift preparing for their external evaluation as a Homeland Response Force in October. (Photo/Joint Task Force 71, Army National Guard Staff Sgt. Melissa Bright)

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