27 AUG 2017 (14:06 UTC-07 Tango 06) 05 Sharivar 1396/04 Dhu l-Hijja 1438/06 Wu-Shen 7th month 4715
“Due to the training we received, if called upon for a state disaster, the Idaho Army National Guard will be extremely prepared for any situation.”-Lieutenant Colonel George Hanson
One of my old Guard alma maters returned from mission Keris Strike in Pahang, Malaysia.
Command post exercise portion of the humanitarian assistance and disaster relief training known as Keris Strike 2017
1st Battalion of the 148th Field Artillery Regiment, based in Pocatello, Idaho, was in Malaysia for a ten days war game (I mean natural disaster response training) connected to United Nations’ military ops (so called UN Peace Keeping) and led by the U.S. Army-Pacific Command.
Militia personnel of the 1-148th Field Artillery Regiment during Keris Strike 2017 in Pahang, Malaysia
The 1-148th Field Artillery Regiment is part of the Idaho Army National Guard’s 116th Calvary Brigade Combat Team (I served both with 1-148 as a 13F in Pocatello, and with 2-116 as a 19K in Burley). The unit is located in Idaho Falls, Pocatello, Rigby, Blackfoot, Rexburg, Preston, Saint Anthony and Burley.
According to Wikipedia, Malaysia has a lot of petroleum oil. The state run oil company Petronas is the 69th largest company in the world and generates 30% of the Malaysian government’s income. Malaysia also sits in the militarily and economically strategic ocean going trade route called Strait of Malacca, which sees most of the world’s Middle East oil shipments by sea.
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