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Pvt. Luis Martinez, a military policeman assigned to



Pvt. Luis Martinez, a military policeman assigned to the 546th Military Police Company on Fort Stewart, is sprayed with oleoresin capsicum spray by Sgt. Jason Nelson, assigned to the training section under the Fort Stewart Military Police Department here, October 27, 2016. Soldiers from the 385th Military Police Battalion participated in OC aerosol certification. The Soldiers were sprayed then tasked to perform takedowns, baton striking, and transporting exercises. (Photo dodged, cropped, and levels adjusted to emphasize the subject)(U.S. Army photo by Spc. Elizabeth White with the 50th Public Affairs Detachment/Released)





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