Judge Advocate Advanced Contingency Skills Training Course

Tech. Sgt. Keith Vershay, paralegal craftsman for the U.S. Air Force Expeditionary Center and instructor in the Judge Advocate Advanced Contingency Skills Training Course, demonstrates a correct firing stance as he fires simulated rounds at a target on a Fort Dix, N.J., range Oct. 24, 2008. Sergeant Vershay was demonstrating for students in functional-specific training course for Airmen in the Air Force legal career field. During four days of the functional specific training, Sergeant Vershay and another instructor led training on operations law instruction, contingency skills basics, rules of engagement on the use of force and expeditionary basics. The training is held prior to the students attending the core ACST Course taught by the 421st Combat Training Squadron. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Staff Sgt. Nathan Bevier)

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