Sgt. Joseph Frye, of Nampa, discusses a situation with a safety officer on the truck during a convoy into a live fire exercise Saturday morning. After a morning training and shooting at targets of insurgents, the conversation turned to the kinds of vehicles they drove when they were home. "My sister’s been using my truck to go ‘yard salin',’ " Frye admitted with a laugh.
Sgt. Joseph Frye, of Nampa, discusses a situation with a safety officer on the truck during a convoy into a live fire exercise Saturday morning. After a morning training and shooting at targets of insurgents, the conversation turned to the kinds of vehicles they drove when they were home. "My sister’s been using my truck to go ‘yard salin',’ " Frye admitted with a laugh. Kim Hughes
Sgt. Joseph Frye, of Nampa, discusses a situation with a safety officer on the truck during a convoy into a live fire exercise Saturday morning. After a morning training and shooting at targets of insurgents, the conversation turned to the kinds of vehicles they drove when they were home. "My sister’s been using my truck to go ‘yard salin',’ " Frye admitted with a laugh. Kim Hughes

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