With one foot in front of the other, Yarmeliz Fisher tried her best to walk in a straight line.
Heel, toe, heel, toe.
But her vision was too blurred, and she teetered her into a clumsy zig zag.
“This is hard,” she said, laughing, as her husband and other soldiers in the 16th Military Police Brigade watched.
The field sobriety test kicked off the day for spouses of soldiers in the brigade as they learned about their husbands’ jobs. About 20 women participated in stations that included room-clearing, an impaired driving course, a field sobriety test, suspect apprehension and a working dog demonstration as part of Cross Pistols Day.
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