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NE – MILITARY/LE – Local officers train Nebraska National Guard Unit

Over the past several months it’s been commonplace to see people wearing masks in the halls of Nebraska’s schools. On Saturday and Sunday, the men and women of the 1057th Nebraska National Guard Unit wore a different kind of mask: protective face shields, like those you’d see on a paintball field, and carried distinctive blue and black training handguns through the halls and classrooms of Chadron High School. The Nebraska National Guard soldiers were practicing the skills needed to respond to an active shooter situation. The training was led by instructors Troy Brown, chief deputy for Scotts Bluff County Sheriff’s Department, and Deputy Kris Still along with officers James Jackson and Justin Brunz of the Gering Police Department. All are level-one advanced law enforcement rapid response training instructors. During the training, soldiers of the 1057th, a military police unit based in Chadron and Scottsbluff, were taught how to move in teams within the confines of a building, evaluating thresholds like doors and other openings, and making room entries in pursuit of neutralizing or isolating any encountered threats, Brown said.  [full article]

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