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Coast Guard trains using less-than-lethal techinques

Coast Guard trains using less-than-lethal techinques

BOSTON - Petty Officer 3rd Class Matt Renner, a boatswains mate at Coast Guard Station Point Allerton, ejects a spent munition casing before firing again during a training exercise off the coast of Hull, Mass.,... More

Coast Guard trains with less-than-lethal techniques

Coast Guard trains with less-than-lethal techniques

BOSTON - A 25-foot boat crew from Coast Guard Station Point Allerton approaches a dingy with a wooden silhouette aboard during training off the coast of Hull, Mass., Tuesday, June 15, 2010. Station Allerton and... More

Coast Guard trains using less-than-lethal techinques

Coast Guard trains using less-than-lethal techinques

BOSTON - Petty Officer 3rd Class Keith Owens, a Machinery Technician at Coast Guard Station Boston, takes aim at a dingy with a wooden silhouette during a training exercise off the coast of Hull, Mass., Tuesday... More

Senior Airman Travis Spears, right, charges at fellow

Senior Airman Travis Spears, right, charges at fellow

Senior Airman Travis Spears, right, charges at fellow 8th Security Forces Squadron member Airman 1st Class Warren Malcolm during expandable baton training at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Aug. 17, 2012. A... More

Enrollment in DoD Non-Lethal Weapons course on the rise

Enrollment in DoD Non-Lethal Weapons course on the rise

The four-hour "Introduction to Non-Lethal Weapons Course" consists of nine modules and concludes with an exam. The modules' content includes history; strategic impacts; tactical employment; escalation-of-force;... More

A Marine serving with India Company, 3rd Battalion,

A Marine serving with India Company, 3rd Battalion,

A Marine serving with India Company, 3rd Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, carries his M240B machine gun during unknown distance live-fire training here, Nov. 24, 2013. The Marines familiarized themselves with th... More

New flash-bang launcher expands Marines’ non-lethal capability

New flash-bang launcher expands Marines’ non-lethal capability

Marines with II Marine Expeditionary Force practice loading and unloading inert rounds into the Non-Lethal, Tube-Launched Munitions System during their practical application training at Camp Lejeune, North Caro... More

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Carlie Canfield, a security

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Carlie Canfield, a security

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Carlie Canfield, a security forces specialist with the 182nd Security Forces Squadron, Illinois Air National Guard, prepares to block an attack with her baton during proficiency traini... More

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on less than lethal weapons here, November 4, 2017. The asp or baton allows Airmen to respond to escalating force without resorting to using a firearm. The 179th ... More

Airman 1st Class Christopher Padilla, 8th Security

Airman 1st Class Christopher Padilla, 8th Security

Airman 1st Class Christopher Padilla, 8th Security Forces Squadron member, takes a deep breath before resuming his attack on a fellow 8th SFS Airman during expandable baton training at Kunsan Air Base, Republic... More

Lance Cpl. Brett Cowles, a machine gunner serving with

Lance Cpl. Brett Cowles, a machine gunner serving with

Lance Cpl. Brett Cowles, a machine gunner serving with India Company, 3rd Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, fires his M240B machine gun during unknown distance live-fire training here, Nov. 24. The Marines famili... More

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Tam Hua, a security forces

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Tam Hua, a security forces

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Tam Hua, a security forces specialist with the 182nd Security Forces Squadron, Illinois Air National Guard, blocks an attack with his baton during proficiency training in Peoria, Ill.,... More

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on less than lethal weapons here, November 4, 2017. The asp or baton allows Airmen to respond to escalating force without resorting to using a firearm. The 179th ... More

Airman 1st Class Edward Carter, 8th Security Forces

Airman 1st Class Edward Carter, 8th Security Forces

Airman 1st Class Edward Carter, 8th Security Forces Squadron member, follows through a strike with an expandable baton during training at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Aug. 17, 2012. Carter joined the sec... More

Lance Cpl. Dale Parrott, a mortarman serving with India

Lance Cpl. Dale Parrott, a mortarman serving with India

Lance Cpl. Dale Parrott, a mortarman serving with India Company, 3rd Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, fires a 60mm mortar during unknown distance live-fire training here, Nov. 24. The Marines familiarized themse... More

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Drew Parent, a security forces

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Drew Parent, a security forces

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Drew Parent, a security forces specialist with the 182nd Security Forces Squadron, Illinois Air National Guard, blocks an attack with his baton during proficiency training in Peoria, I... More

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on less than lethal weapons here, November 4, 2017. The asp or baton allows Airmen to respond to escalating force without resorting to using a firearm. The 179th ... More

Airman 1st Class Patrick Donaldson, left, 8th Security

Airman 1st Class Patrick Donaldson, left, 8th Security

Airman 1st Class Patrick Donaldson, left, 8th Security Forces Squadron member, charges into a fellow defender during expandable baton training at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Aug. 17, 2012. In addition t... More

Lance Cpl. Daniel Lyndall (left), and Lance Cpl. Cody

Lance Cpl. Daniel Lyndall (left), and Lance Cpl. Cody

Lance Cpl. Daniel Lyndall (left), and Lance Cpl. Cody Pacheco, riflemen serving with India Company, 3rd Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, practice escalation of force techniques during unknown distance live-fire ... More

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Tam Hua, a security forces

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Tam Hua, a security forces

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Tam Hua, a security forces specialist with the 182nd Security Forces Squadron, Illinois Air National Guard, strikes with his baton during proficiency training in Peoria, Ill., July 21,... More

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on less than lethal weapons here, November 4, 2017. The asp or baton allows Airmen to respond to escalating force without resorting to using a firearm. The 179th ... More

Staff Sgt. Frank Simpson, center, 8th Security Forces

Staff Sgt. Frank Simpson, center, 8th Security Forces

Staff Sgt. Frank Simpson, center, 8th Security Forces Squadron security forces trainer, demonstrates how to fend off multiple attackers with an expandable baton during training at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of K... More

Mortarmen serving with India Company, 3rd Battalion,

Mortarmen serving with India Company, 3rd Battalion,

Mortarmen serving with India Company, 3rd Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, observe the impact of a 60mm mortar round during unknown distance live-fire training here, Nov. 24. The Marines familiarized themselves ... More

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Tam Hua, a security forces

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Tam Hua, a security forces

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Tam Hua, a security forces specialist with the 182nd Security Forces Squadron, Illinois Air National Guard, strikes with his baton during proficiency training in Peoria, Ill., July 21,... More

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on less than lethal weapons here, November 4, 2017. The asp or baton allows Airmen to respond to escalating force without resorting to using a firearm. The 179th ... More

Airman 1st Class Christopher Padilla, right, attacks

Airman 1st Class Christopher Padilla, right, attacks

Airman 1st Class Christopher Padilla, right, attacks fellow 8th Security Forces Squadron member Senior Airman Tyson Embley during expandable baton training at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Aug. 17, 2012. ... More

A rifleman serving with India Company, 3rd Battalion,

A rifleman serving with India Company, 3rd Battalion,

A rifleman serving with India Company, 3rd Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, loads a less-than-lethal foam round into his M203 grenade launcher during unknown distance live-fire training here, Nov. 24. The Marine... More

U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. David Williams, a security

U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. David Williams, a security

U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. David Williams, a security forces specialist with the 182nd Security Forces Squadron, Illinois Air National Guard, strikes with his baton during proficiency training in Peoria, Ill., J... More

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on less than lethal weapons here, November 4, 2017. The asp or baton allows Airmen to respond to escalating force without resorting to using a firearm. The 179th ... More

Airman 1st Class Patrick Donaldson, right, grapples

Airman 1st Class Patrick Donaldson, right, grapples

Airman 1st Class Patrick Donaldson, right, grapples with fellow 8th Security Forces Squadron member Senior Airman Travis Spears after a failed attempt to subdue him with an expandable baton during training at K... More

Lance Cpl. Seth Burns (kneeling) and Lance Cpl. Steven

Lance Cpl. Seth Burns (kneeling) and Lance Cpl. Steven

Lance Cpl. Seth Burns (kneeling) and Lance Cpl. Steven Anderson, riflemen serving with India Company, 3rd Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, work together to practice their escalation-of-force techniques during un... More

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Drew Parent, a security forces

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Drew Parent, a security forces

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Drew Parent, a security forces specialist with the 182nd Security Forces Squadron, Illinois Air National Guard, prepares to strike with his baton during proficiency training in Peoria,... More

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on less than lethal weapons here, November 4, 2017. The asp or baton allows Airmen to respond to escalating force without resorting to using a firearm. The 179th ... More

Lance Cpl. Brett Cowles, a machine gunner serving with

Lance Cpl. Brett Cowles, a machine gunner serving with

Lance Cpl. Brett Cowles, a machine gunner serving with India Company, 3rd Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, fires his M240B machine gun during unknown distance live-fire training here, Nov. 24. The Marines famili... More

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Drew Parent, a security forces

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Drew Parent, a security forces

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Drew Parent, a security forces specialist with the 182nd Security Forces Squadron, Illinois Air National Guard, prepares to strike with his baton during proficiency training in Peoria,... More

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on less than lethal weapons here, November 4, 2017. The asp or baton allows Airmen to respond to escalating force without resorting to using a firearm. The 179th ... More

Marines serving with India Company, 3rd Battalion,

Marines serving with India Company, 3rd Battalion,

Marines serving with India Company, 3rd Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, sweep for mines while patrolling to a firing point during unknown distance live-fire training here, Nov. 24. The Marines familiarized them... More

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on less than lethal weapons here, November 4, 2017. The asp or baton allows Airmen to respond to escalating force without resorting to using a firearm. The 179th ... More

Lance Cpl. Dale Parrott (left), a mortarman serving

Lance Cpl. Dale Parrott (left), a mortarman serving

Lance Cpl. Dale Parrott (left), a mortarman serving with India Company, 3rd Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, fires a mortar 60mm mortar while Lance Cpl. Nathanial Sui holds the mortar tube steady during unknown ... More

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on less than lethal weapons here, November 4, 2017. The asp or baton allows Airmen to respond to escalating force without resorting to using a firearm. The 179th ... More

Marines serving with India Company, 3rd Battalion,

Marines serving with India Company, 3rd Battalion,

Marines serving with India Company, 3rd Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, fire a 60mm mortar during unknown distance live-fire training here, Nov. 24. The Marines familiarized themselves with their weapon systems... More

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on less than lethal weapons here, November 4, 2017. The asp or baton allows Airmen to respond to escalating force without resorting to using a firearm. The 179th ... More

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on less than lethal weapons here, November 4, 2017. The asp or baton allows Airmen to respond to escalating force without resorting to using a firearm. The 179th ... More

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on less than lethal weapons here, November 4, 2017. The asp or baton allows Airmen to respond to escalating force without resorting to using a firearm. The 179th ... More

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on less than lethal weapons here, November 4, 2017. The asp or baton allows Airmen to respond to escalating force without resorting to using a firearm. The 179th ... More

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on less than lethal weapons here, November 4, 2017. The asp or baton allows Airmen to respond to escalating force without resorting to using a firearm. The 179th ... More

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on less than lethal weapons here, November 4, 2017. The asp or baton allows Airmen to respond to escalating force without resorting to using a firearm. The 179th ... More

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on less than lethal weapons here, November 4, 2017. The asp or baton allows Airmen to respond to escalating force without resorting to using a firearm. The 179th ... More

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on less than lethal weapons here, November 4, 2017. The asp or baton allows Airmen to respond to escalating force without resorting to using a firearm. The 179th ... More

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on less than lethal weapons here, November 4, 2017. The asp or baton allows Airmen to respond to escalating force without resorting to using a firearm. The 179th ... More

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on less than lethal weapons here, November 4, 2017. The asp or baton allows Airmen to respond to escalating force without resorting to using a firearm. The 179th ... More

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on less than lethal weapons here, November 4, 2017. The asp or baton allows Airmen to respond to escalating force without resorting to using a firearm. The 179th ... More

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on less than lethal weapons here, November 4, 2017. The asp or baton allows Airmen to respond to escalating force without resorting to using a firearm. The 179th ... More

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on less than lethal weapons here, November 4, 2017. The asp or baton allows Airmen to respond to escalating force without resorting to using a firearm. The 179th ... More

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on less than lethal weapons here, November 4, 2017. The asp or baton allows Airmen to respond to escalating force without resorting to using a firearm. The 179th ... More

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on less than lethal weapons here, November 4, 2017. The asp or baton allows Airmen to respond to escalating force without resorting to using a firearm. The 179th ... More

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on less than lethal weapons here, November 4, 2017. The asp or baton allows Airmen to respond to escalating force without resorting to using a firearm. The 179th ... More

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on less than lethal weapons here, November 4, 2017. The asp or baton allows Airmen to respond to escalating force without resorting to using a firearm. The 179th ... More

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on less than lethal weapons here, November 4, 2017. The asp or baton allows Airmen to respond to escalating force without resorting to using a firearm. The 179th ... More

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on less than lethal weapons here, November 4, 2017. The asp or baton allows Airmen to respond to escalating force without resorting to using a firearm. The 179th ... More

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on less than lethal weapons here, November 4, 2017. The asp or baton allows Airmen to respond to escalating force without resorting to using a firearm. The 179th ... More

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on less than lethal weapons here, November 4, 2017. The asp or baton allows Airmen to respond to escalating force without resorting to using a firearm. The 179th ... More

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on less than lethal weapons here, November 4, 2017. The asp or baton allows Airmen to respond to escalating force without resorting to using a firearm. The 179th ... More

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on less than lethal weapons here, November 4, 2017. The asp or baton allows Airmen to respond to escalating force without resorting to using a firearm. The 179th ... More

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on less than lethal weapons here, November 4, 2017. The asp or baton allows Airmen to respond to escalating force without resorting to using a firearm. The 179th ... More

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on

179th Airlift Wing security forces Airmen train on less than lethal weapons here, November 4, 2017. The asp or baton allows Airmen to respond to escalating force without resorting to using a firearm. The 179th ... More

Marine Corps Mortarmen, Afghanistan

Marine Corps Mortarmen, Afghanistan

Lance Cpl. Dale Parrott, a mortarman serving with India Company, 3rd Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, fires a 60mm mortar while Lance Cpl. Nathanial Sui holds the mortar tube steady during unknown distance live-... More

Adjust Fire, Afghanistan

Adjust Fire, Afghanistan

Lance Cpl. Daniel Lyndall (left), and Lance Cpl. Cody Pacheco, riflemen serving with India Company, 3rd Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, practice escalation of force techniques during unknown distance live-fire ... More