US Army scouts practise navigating dense forests and responding to small arms fire in Poland at the Bemowo Piskie Training Area.
US Army soldiers stationed with NATO’s enhanced Forward Presence (eFP) Battlegroup in Poland took part in scout training. The soldiers from Scout Platoon, 2nd Squadron, 2nd Cavalry Regiment, conducted dismounted reconnaissance patrols and were tested on their ability to navigate terrain and react to small arms fire.
This was part of regular training taking place at Bemowo Piskie Training Area, which is the home of eFP Battlegroup Poland, on 27 August 2020.
The footage includes soldiers moving through woodland, planning operations and responding to contact.
(00:00) VARIOUS SHOTS - US ARMY SCOUTS APPLYING FACE PAINT
(00:29) MEDIUM SHOT - GROUP OF US ARMY SCOUTS GETTING READY TO MOVE OUT ON PATROL
(00:35) MEDIUM SHOT - A US ARMY SCOUT PREPARING HIS GPMG (GENERAL-PURPOSE MACHINE GUN)
(00:44) VARIOUS SHOTS - US ARMY SCOUTS MOVING THROUGH WOODLAND
(01:08) MEDIUM SHOT - US ARMY SCOUTS CHECKING MAPS
(01:15) VARIOUS SHOTS - US ARMY SCOUTS MOVING THROUGH WOODLAND
(01:40) VARIOUS SHOTS - US ARMY SCOUTS DISCUSSING TACTICS
(01:57) VARIOUS SHOTS - US ARMY SCOUTS MOVING THROUGH WOODLAND
(02:10) VARIOUS SHOTS - US ARMY SCOUTS RESPONDING TO CONTACT
(02:35) MEDIUM SHOT - US ARMY SCOUTS CHECKING ON A SIMULATED CASUALTY
(02:52) MEDIUM SHOT - US ARMY SCOUTS DISCUSSING TACTICS
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