Montana National Guard responds during attack drill


Some Montana National Guard members learned the procedure is to run, hide and then fight in the event of a terrorist attack on the U.S. Armed Forces Reserve Center in Billings.

The 190th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion went through a drill on Sunday morning that featured a simulated attack where a woman detonated a suicide vest.

The 190th soldiers are trained to run and hide because their weapons are not with them in the classroom and it was not known if there were other threats.

An improvised explosive device would have killed more if the soldiers tried to help the two injured, who died as part of the simulation.

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Source: 8kpax.com