A paratrooper with Delta Company, 52nd Infantry Regiment (Long Range Surveillance), exits a CH-47 Chinook on Rapido Drop Zone Sept. 1, 2016 at Fort Hood.
The Army Is Deactivating Its Long Range Surveillance Teams … Again
The Army has eliminated these units before, only to resurrect them each time. And each time, it’s had to relearn lost institutional knowledge.
Sgt. Brian Mahan, Bargersville, Ind., native and assistant team leader with C Company, 2nd Battalion, 152nd Infantry Long Range Surveillance, Indiana National Guard, demonstrates his skills on the AT4.
Army Looks To Deactivate Long-Range Surveillance Companies
The Army will finalize a decision to deactivate three active-duty and six National Guard Long Range Surveillance companies in the next 60 days.