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Marines brief prior to conducting a hostage scenario training at Laurel Bay Feb. 4, 2016. Elements from the Criminal Investigations Division and the Special Reaction Team stationed aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort participated in the exercise. The Marines are with the Provost Marshal’s Office aboard MCAS Beaufort.
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Marines conduct hostage scenario training at Laurel Bay Feb. 4, 2016. Military police from Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort and Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island are the first responders for security threats aboard either installation or military housing facility. The Marines are with the Provost Marshal’s Office aboard MCAS Beaufort.
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Marines conduct hostage scenario training at Laurel Bay Feb. 4, 2016. Each section had a specific role to play in the field. The Special Response Team physically responded to the situation utilizing their personal protective equipment and tactics. The Marines are with the Provost Marshal’s Office aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort.
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Marines brief prior to conducting a hostage scenario training aboard Laurel Bay Feb. 4, 2016. Elements from the Criminal Investigations Division and the Special Reaction Team stationed aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort participated in the exercise. The Marines are with the Provost Marshal’s Office aboard MCAS Beaufort.
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A Marine stands guard during hostage situation training aboard Laurel Bay Feb. 4, 2016. The training centered on a single individual barricaded in a house. The simulation was designed to be as realistic as possible to give the Marines a chance to test their skills. The Marine is with the Provost Marshal’s Office aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort.
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Marines conduct hostage scenario training aboard Laurel Bay Feb. 4, 2016. Military police from Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort and Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island are the first responders for security threats aboard either installation or military housing facility. The Marines are with the Provost Marshal’s Office aboard MCAS Beaufort.
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Marines conduct hostage scenario training aboard Laurel Bay Feb. 4, 2016. Each section had a specific role to play in the field. The Special Response Team physically responded to the situation utilizing their personal protective equipment and tactics. The Marines are with the Provost Marshal’s Office aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort.
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Marines conduct hostage scenario training aboard Laurel Bay Feb. 4, 2016. Each section had a specific role to play in the field. The Special Response Team physically responded to the situation utilizing their personal protective equipment and tactics. The Marines are with the Provost Marshal’s Office aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort.
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Marines breach a house during hostage scenario training aboard Laurel Bay Feb. 4. Each section had a specific role to play in the field. It is necessary for Marines to train under realistic circumstances should a security threat arise on Laurel Bay. The Marines are with the Provost Marshal’s Office aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort.
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A memorial for two pilots with Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 169, who passed away following a mishap last year, stands at the Strategic Expeditionary Landing Field, at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twenty nine Palms, Calif. Jan. 23, 2016. Marine Wing Support Squadron 374 completed the memorial in time to be unveiled on the anniversary of the incident.
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A plaque rests atop a memorial for two pilots with Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 169, who passed away following a mishap last year, at the Strategic Expeditionary Landing Field, at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twenty nine Palms, Calif. Jan. 23, 2016. Marine Wing Support Squadron 374 completed the memorial in time to be unveiled on the anniversary of the incident.
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A memorial for two pilots with Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 169, who passed away following a mishap, last year, stands at the Strategic Expeditionary Landing Field, at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twenty nine Palms, Calif. Jan. 23, 2016. Marine Wing Support Squadron 374 completed the memorial in time to be unveiled on the anniversary of the incident.
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MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. – Lance Cpl. Salgado Chavez checks for leaks by pouring water into the radiator of an Assault Amphibious Vehicle engine at Camp Pendleton, Feb. 2, 2016. Marines from 3rd Amphibious Assault Battalion supported 2nd Bn, 4th Marine Division and 1st Bn, 1st Mar. Div. infantry battalions as they conducted raid drills for Expeditionary Operations Training Group and their Marine Corps Combat Readiness Evaluation. As an Assault Amphibious Vehicle crewman, Chavez’ duties include driving, maintaining and inspecting his AAV. Chavez, from Seattle, Wash. is an AAV crewman with Company A., 3rd AAB, 1st Marine Division (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Justin E. Bowles)
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Lieutenant Gen. Jon M. Davis, right, salutes the casket of Lt. Gen. William H. Fitch (ret.) at Quantico National Cemetery, Feb. 4, 2016, in Triangle, Virginia. Fitch died Jan. 19, 2016. He served as the Deputy Commandant for Aviation before he retired in 1984 after 32 years as a Marine Corps officer.
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MV-22B Ospreys fly over Quantico National Cemetery during a ceremony to celebrate the life of Lt. Gen. William H. Fitch (ret.), Feb. 4, 2016, in Triangle, Virginia. Fitch died Jan. 19, 2016. He served as the Deputy Commandant for Aviation before he retired in 1984 after 32 years as a Marine Corps officer.
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Staff Sgt. Nathan A. Hervey, an instructor with the Advanced Infantry Training Battalion at the School of Infantry-East, speaks to Marines at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, Feb. 5, 2016. Hervey was awarded the Bronze Star Medal with the combat distinguishing device for valor, and was recognized for extraordinary heroism for his actions on May 21, 2011, while carrying out his duties as a scout sniper section leader with 3rd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment, in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
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