Sunday, October 30, 2011
A convoy of military vehicles from 1st Battalion, 24th Infantry Regiment, 1st Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division, leaves Fort Wainwright's Alert Holding Area Monday en route to the Donnelly Training Area near Delta Junction. (Photo Credit: Brian Schlumbohm, Fort Wainwright PAO)
The Stryker and accompanying marching unit from 5th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment, 1st Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division took the Best Automotive trophy from among all of the parade entries in the annual Golden Days Grande Parade. (Photo Credit: Trish Muntean, Fort Wainwright PAO)
A Stryker equipped with a mobile gun system fires a round of high explosive ammunition July 26 at Yakima Training Center, Wash. Stryker crews with 1st Battalion, 17th Infantry Regiment, are conducting crew gunnery qualification as a semi-annual requirement. (Photo Credit: Sgt. Mark Miranda)
A Stryker Combat Vehicle from the 2nd Battalion, 112 Infantry Regiment, attached to the 2nd Heavy Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, Multi-National Division-Baghdad prepares to roll out on a mission from Joint Security Station Nassir Wa Salam in western Baghdad Feb. 26. The Soldiers of the Stryker Battalion replaced Soldiers from the 2nd Stryker Brigade, 25th Infantry Division and will serve as part of the Dagger Brigade during their deployment to Iraq. (Photo Credit: Sgt. Brian Tierce, 2nd HBCT PAO, 1st Inf. Div, MND-B)
The Army recently received authorization to purchase an additional 95 Stryker nuclear, biological and chemical reconnaissance vehicles, like the one displayed Dec. 17, at the Pentagon. The Stryker NBCRV is an NBC testing lab on wheels. It is intended as a replacement for the Fox NBC Reconnaissance System. (Photo Credit: C. Todd Lopez)
Mission Command On the Move -- a mission command equipment package -- is integrated into Stryker platforms. It enables the Soldier to be present at the decisive point on the battlefield, provides the relevant Common Operational Picture and enables situational awareness while on-the-move. (U.S. Army photo).