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Sgt. Melissa Wenger, FORT HUNTER LIGGETT, Calif.
The Marines and sailors of the 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit completed two weeks of land-based predeployment training at Fort Hunter Liggett and nearby Camp Roberts, Calif., March 28. Realistic Urban Training Marine Expeditionary Unit Exercise 14-1 was the first large-scale opportunity for integration between the ground combat element, aviation
Marines and sailors with the 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit donated time and effort to a local Catholic mission near Fort Hunter Liggett, Calif., March 22. The volunteers put rigorous training, as part of Realistic Urban Training Marine Expeditionary Unit Exercise (RUTMEUEX) 14-1, on pause to leave a positive impression on the nearby
Sgt. Melissa Wenger, CAMP PENDLETON, Calif.
Few can say they are prepared to be shoved, shouted at and pummeled with a barrage of objects sailing through the air. Marines with the 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit’s ground combat element are prepared to take just that kind of heat. The Marines of Fox Company, 2nd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment completed the Crisis Response Course, Special
Select Marines from the 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit’s ground combat element, 2nd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment, gained a valuable skill, which will expand the capabilities of the unit. The I Marine Expeditionary Force Special Operations Training Group Assault Climber Course trained student Marines to transport themselves, other personal, and
Cpl. Demetrius Morgan, CAMP PENDLETON, Calif.
Speed, intensity and a whole lot of firepower is what you can expect when Marines set their sights on an objective. Marines with the 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit’s ground combat element made their presence known when conducting raid training on urban terrain here Feb. 5. Machinegunners provided suppressive fire as part of the first phase of the
Sgt. Melissa Wenger, NAVAL AMPHIBIOUS BASE CORONADO, Calif.
Throughout history, Marine Expeditionary Units have proven to be a flexible force capable of quickly responding to contingencies around the globe. What comes between the call to duty and boots on the ground[CW1] is the rapid response planning process, or R2P2. Leaders from the 11th MEU and their counterparts at Amphibious Squadron (PHIBRON) Five
Lance Cpl. Ryan Carpenter, SAN CLEMENTE ISLAND, Calif.
A rifle company with the 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit raided simulated enemy installations here Sept. 12 during the unit’s second at-sea exercise since becoming a complete Marine air-ground task force in May. Company L moved from the sea – launched in amphibious assault vehicles from USS New Orleans – neutralized mock-enemy forces, gathered
Gunnery Sgt. Scott Dunn, PACIFIC OCEAN
Training to retake a hijacked seagoing vessel, maritime raiders boarded their floating objective miles from Southern California's San Clemente Island Aug. 14, while overhead, helicopters flew unseen snipers and heavy guns. The raid force’s assault element – Marines and sailors serving with the 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit – launched from USS New
Gunnery Sgt. Scott Dunn, CAMP PENDLETON, Calif.
The 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit began its deployment cycle here May 2 by assuming operational control of the elements that make it a complete Marine air-ground task force. The unit’s major subordinate elements become – with all their attachments – Battalion Landing Team 3/1, Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 268 (Reinforced) and Combat
Cpl. Elyssa Quesada, SAN FRANCISCO
Amid heaps of concrete and rubble, city Fire Department officials taught Marines and sailors at a Treasure Island facility how to find and retrieve disaster victims Oct. 8. The service members, who are participating in the city’s 2010 Fleet Week, sailed into San Francisco Bay Oct. 6 from San Diego aboard USS Makin Island. Should San Francisco