The Texas State Guard’s (State Defense Force) 2nd Brigade recently held a Joint Exercise with troops from 1st Battalion, 3rd Battalion, 4th Battalion, Judge Advocate General (JAG) and the Fort Bend County EMS. The exercise covered Emergency Tracking Network (ETN) Awareness, Land Navigation, among many other skills to ensure the troops are ready when deploying.
Members of 1st Battalion, 3rd Battalion and 4th Battalion, 2nd Brigade, Texas State Guard, attend a Joint Exercise to sharpen Mission Ready Package (MRP) skills, including Emergency Tracking Network (ETN) Awareness, Land Navigation, and other basic skills necessary for deployment readiness, in Richmond, Texas, November 6th, 2021.One of our local agency partners, Fort Bend County EMS, briefed 2nd Brigade medical personnel on the capabilities of their AMBUS. It provides full medical support to transport multiple patients in a mass care emergency.Troops also performed the Physical Fitness test to standard and attended a briefing by the Judge Advocate General’s (JAG) Corp to meet deployment readiness requirements. Texans Serving Texas! (Texas State Guard photos by Warrant Officer 1 Gregory Illich)