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U.S. Marine Pfc. David A. Jacome directs a logistics support vehicle offloading from a high-speed vessel April 16 during Korean Marine Exchange Program 14-6 in Pohang, Republic of Korea. During the exercise, ROK and U.S. Marines will conduct field training exercises designed to enhance small-unit tactics. Jacome is from Miami, Fla., and a landing support specialist with Combat Logistics Battalion 4, 3rd Marine Logistics Group.
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U.S. Marines load luggage into the back of a 7-ton truck April 16 during Korean Marine Exchange Program 14-6 in Pohang, Republic of Korea. KMEP 14-6 is one in a series of regularly-scheduled combined, small-unit, tactical training exercises. The Marines are with 9th Engineer Support Battalion, 3rd Marine Logistics Group
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Marines with 2nd Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment, took the time to visit with veterans during World War II Day aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., April 24, 2014. World War II veterans shared their stories and viewed static displays of gear Marines are using in combat today.
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A UH-1Y Venom helicopter with Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 269 provided support during a demonstration of Military Operations in Urban Terrain during World War II Day aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., April 24, 2014. World War II Day allowed veterans and their families to interact with Marines and sailors from 2nd Marine Division as well as learn about the present day Marine Corps.
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Marines with 2nd Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment, evacuate a simulated casualty during a demonstration of Military Operations in Urban Terrain during World War II Day aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., April 24, 2014. “I feel honored to be a part of this demonstration and show them how we do what they used to do,” said Lance Cpl. Cody Barbour, a rifleman with 2nd Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment.
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Brig. Gen. James Lukeman, commanding general of 2nd Marine Division, spoke to veterans and their families at World War II Day aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., April 24, 2014. “The Marines that are serving in Afghanistan and Iraq learned how to act from the legacy that World War II veterans left,” said Lukeman.
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Marines with 2nd Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment, participated in a demonstration of Military Operations in Urban Terrain during World War II Day aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., April 24, 2014. The WWII Commemoration Ceremonies was put on to honor the veterans and families as well as teach the Marines and sailors the sacrifices made during WWII.
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Brig. Gen. James Lukeman, commanding general of 2nd Marine Division, spoke to veterans and their families at World War II Day aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., April 24, 2014. “The Marines that are serving in Afghanistan and Iraq learned how to act from the legacy that World War II veterans left,” said Lukeman.
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Lt. Col. Keven Matthews, commanding officer of Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, and Brig. Gen. John Frewen, 1st Brigade commanding general and senior Australian Defence Force officer for Robertson Barracks, approach the battalion together before Frewen addresses MRF-D Marines about the six-month rotation, expectations and the significance of their presence, April 11. Frewen said the rotation is a tangible sign of the strength between Australia and the United States.
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Sgt. Maj. Rogelio De Leon, sergeant major of Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, salutes company commanders, assuring full attendance in anticipation of a speech by Brig. Gen. John Frewen, 1st Brigade commanding general and senior Australian Defence Force officer for Robertson Barracks, about the six-month rotation, expectations and the significance of their presence, April 11. Frewen said the rotation is a tangible sign of the strength between Australia and the United States.
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Sgt. Maj. Rogelio De Leon, sergeant major of Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, calls his Marines to attention to listen to Brig. Gen. John Frewen, 1st Brigade commanding general and senior Australian Defence Force officer for Robertson Barracks, speak about the six-month rotation, expectations and the significance of their presence, April 11. Frewen said the rotation is a tangible sign of the strength between Australia and the United States.
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Marines with Marine Rotational Force – Darwin form up around Brig. Gen. John Frewen, 1st Brigade commanding general and senior Australian Defence Force officer for Robertson Barracks, to listen to him speak about expectations with the rotation, April 11. Frewen said the rotation is a tangible sign of the strength between Australia and the United States.
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Lt. Col. Keven Matthews, commanding officer of Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, and Brig. Gen. John Frewen, 1st Brigade commanding general and senior Australian Defence Force officer for Robertson Barracks, talk with each other after Frewen addresses the Marines of MRF-D about expectations for the rotation, April 11. Frewen said the rotation is a tangible sign of the strength between Australia and the United States.
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Lt. Col. Keven Matthews, commanding officer of Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, and Brig. Gen. John Frewen, 1st Brigade commanding general and senior Australian Defence Force officer for Robertson Barracks, salute one another after Frewen addresses the Marines of MRF-D about expectations for the rotation, April 11. Frewen said the rotation is a tangible sign of the strength between Australia and the United States.
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Lt. Col. Keven Matthews, commanding officer of Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, orders the Marines to chant the battalion war cry ‘Geronimo’, for Brig. Gen. John Frewen, 1st Brigade commanding general and senior Australian Defence Force officer for Robertson Barracks, after he spoke about the six-month rotation, expectations and the significance of their presence, April 11. Frewen said the rotation is a tangible sign of the strength between Australia and the United States.
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Brig. Gen. John Frewen, 1st Brigade commanding general and senior Australian Defence Force officer for Robertson Barracks, addresses Marines with Marine Rotational Force – Darwin about the six-month rotation, expectations and the significance of their presence, here, April 11. Frewen said the rotation is a tangible sign of the strength between Australia and the United States.
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