STILLWATER--Saratoga Battlefield historian and retired Park Ranger Larry Arnold discusses the importance of terrain during the Battle of Freemans Farm in 1777 to Soldiers of the Judge Advocate General Corps from the New York Army National Guard and Army Reserves 7th Legal Operations Detachment on March 12 2016 at the Saratoga National Historical Park in Stillwater N.Y. Arnold is a licensed battlefield tour guide and led the group of 18 legal Soldiers through British and American positions discussing the history of the battlefield and introducing the Soldiers to judge advocate staff challenges related to the laws of land warfare in that era and of the issues of Soldier discipline on the revolutionary battlefield. The troops marched about six miles through the battlefield as part of the training.
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