Photo Essay: Minot's Road Warriors

CAMP GUERNSEY, Wyo. - Airmen from the 791st Missile Security Forces Squadron participated in the 10-day, nuclear-convoy training exercise, called Road Warrior, here Nov. 10. Road Warrior is designed to teach Airmen how to safeguard, transport and recover strategic assets and to make certain the skills the Airmen learn become embedded into their daily mission. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Jesse Lopez)

CAMP GUERNSEY, Wyo. - Airmen from the 791st Missile Security Forces Squadron participated in the 10-day, nuclear-convoy training exercise, called Road Warrior, here Nov. 10. Road Warrior is designed to teach Airmen how to safeguard, transport and recover strategic assets and to make certain the skills the Airmen learn become embedded into their daily mission. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Jesse Lopez)

CAMP GUERNSEY, Wyo. -- The 10-day nuclear-convoy training exercise, called Road Warrior, is designed to teach Airmen how to safeguard, transport and recover a strategic asset. The students are given the opportunity to hone their sharpshooting skills on a U.S. Army qualification course, as well as familiarity with numerous weapons and procedures vital to the mission of Minot Air Force Base. The high-intensity training is designed to ensure the skills these Airmen learn become embedded into their daily mission, ensuring Minot's strategic assets are safe, secure and effective.

To view a slideshow of Minot's Road Warriors in action, click HERE.