PRT members taking ‘H.E.A.T.” while preparing for year in Afghanistan

Provincial Reconstruction Team Gardez member Army Reserve 1st Lt. Keith Spaniel egresses from what is now an upside-down humvee during H.E.A.T. training at Fort Bragg, N.C. A Scripps-Howard News Service analysis from 2005 stated 1 in 4 casualties in the theater of operations were related to humvee accidents and rollovers during IEDs and other attacks and incidents. The H.E.A.T., or “HMMWV Egress Assistance Training,” prepares service members on how to react in the event their humvee rolls over. (U.S. Air Force photo/Capt. Ken Hall)

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