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A Landing Craft Air-Cushion, launched from the USS Rushmore, demonstrated amphibious landings as part of the U.S. Pacific Fleet’s joint sea-basing exercise, Culebra Koa 15, May 19, 2015, at Marine Corps Training Area Bellows. Observed by local-based military and representatives from 22 countries within the Indo-Asia-Pacific region, the landing was made in conjunction with the inaugural U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific-hosted U.S. Pacific Command Amphibious Leaders Symposium.
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Amphibious Assault Vehicles, launched from the USS Rushmore, demonstrated amphibious landings as part of the U.S. Pacific Fleet’s joint sea-basing exercise, Culebra Koa 15, May 19, 2015, aboard Marine Corps Training Area Bellows. Observed by local-based military and representatives from 22 countries within the Indo-Asia-Pacific region, the landing was made in conjunction with the inaugural U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific-hosted U.S. Pacific Command Amphibious Leaders Symposium.
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Retired U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Arthur T. Ballard shows the cup and spoon he used for six and a half years as a prisoner of war in the infamous Hoa Lo prison, aka the "Hanoi Hilton". Ballard, an F-105 fighter pilot with 68 combat missions under his belt, was shot down and captured on Sept. 26, 1966. "I think it was small arms fire, maybe 32 or 57 millimeter. The sky just filled up with that stuff. I don't remember a whole lot about the bailout. I woke up on the ground with a broken leg, and a rifle stuck in my face." He was finally released on March 4, 1973.
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Retired U.S. Marine Staff Sgt. Robert A. Henderson, 95, a Pearl Harbor survivor, does pull-ups in his home gym in Spartanburg, S.C., Feb. 21, 2015. "Living this long is no accident," he explained. "It takes work." Henderson served 51 months in combat during WWII, culminating at the Battle of Okinawa. "I was in the first and last battles of the war.”
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Staff Sgt. Andrew Zuehl, a radio chief with 1st Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company, performs duties of vehicle commander during Exercise Maple Resolve 2015 aboard Canadian Manoeuvre Training Center, Camp Wainwright, Alberta, Canada, May 16, 2015. The multi-national exercise, conducted annually by the Canadian Army, is a three-week, high-readiness validation exercise for Canadian Army elements designated for domestic or international operations. This year, the 1st Canadian Army Division and the 5th Canadian Mechanized Battle Group are being supported by the British 12th Armoured Infantry Brigade, various U.S. Army elements, and for the first time, members of I MEF’s 1st ANGLICO who bring a unique capability to the table. (Photo by Cpl. Owen Kimbrel, U.S. Marine Corps)
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A CH-147F Chinook with 450 Tactical Helicopter Squadron, Royal Canadian Air Force, prepares to transport Soldiers from the Canadian Army during Exercise Maple Resolve 2015 aboard Canadian Manoeuvre Training Center, Camp Wainwright, Alberta, Canada, May 16, 2015. The multi-national exercise, conducted annually by the Canadian Army, is a three-week, high-readiness validation exercise for Canadian Army elements designated for domestic or international operations. This year, the 1st Canadian Army Division and the 5th Canadian Mechanized Battle Group (5 CMBG) are being supported by the British 12th Armoured Infantry Brigade, various U.S. Army elements, and for the first time, members of  I MEF’s 1st ANGLICO who bring a unique capability to the table. (Photo by Cpl. Owen Kimbrel, U.S. Marine Corps)
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Lance Cpl. James Son, a joint fires observer with 1st Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company, prepares to send a situation report to higher command during Exercise Maple Resolve 2015 aboard Canadian Manoeuvre Training Center, Camp Wainwright, Alberta, Canada, May 16, 2015. The multi-national exercise, conducted annually by the Canadian Army, is a three-week, high-readiness validation exercise for Canadian Army elements designated for domestic or international operations. This year, the 1st Canadian Army Division and the 5th Canadian Mechanized Battle Group are being supported by the British 12th Armoured Infantry Brigade, various U.S. Army elements, and for the first time, members of  I MEF’s 1st ANGLICO who bring a unique capability to the table. (Photo by Cpl. Owen Kimbrel, U.S. Marine Corps)
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A CH-147F Chinook with the 450 Tactical Helicopter Squadron, Royal Canadian Air Force, takes off while transporting Soldiers from the Canadian Army during Exercise Maple Resolve 2015 aboard Canadian Manoeuvre Training Center, Camp Wainwright, Alberta, Canada, May 16, 2015. The multi-national exercise, conducted annually by the Canadian Army, is a three-week, high-readiness validation exercise for Canadian Army elements designated for domestic or international operations. (Photo by Cpl. Owen Kimbrel, U.S. Marine Corps)
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A Chinook with the Royal Canadian Air Force waits as Soldiers from the Canadian Army enter to be transported during Exercise Maple Resolve 2015 aboard Canadian Manoeuvre Training Center, Camp Wainwright, Alberta, Canada, May 16, 2015. The multi-national exercise, conducted annually by the Canadian Army, is a three-week, high-readiness validation exercise for Canadian Army elements designated for domestic or international operations. This year, the 1st Canadian Army Division and the 5th Canadian Mechanized Battle Group are being supported by the British 12th Armoured Infantry Brigade, various U.S. Army elements, and for the first time, members of  I MEF’s 1st ANGLICO who bring a unique capability to the table. (Photo by Cpl. Owen Kimbrel, U.S. Marine Corps)
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Performers from the South Georgia Okinawa Club entertain the crowd with a series of dances during the Asian-American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Lunch and Learn at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Georgia, May 21. The ceremony, hosted by Marine Corps Logistics Command and Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany officials, was held at MCLB Albany’s Town and Country Restaurant’s Grand Ballroom.
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Kent Morrison, executive director, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, dresses in the traditional ceremonial gear and joins performers from the South Georgia Okinawa Club in a final dance in commemoration of the Asian-American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Lunch and Learn at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Georgia, May 21. The event, which was held in MCLB Albany’s Town and Country Restaurant’s Grand Ballroom, was a collaborative effort hosted by Marine Corps Logistics Command and Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany officials.
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Marine Corps Logistics Command and Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany executive officials join installation personnel and guest performers in commemorating the Asian-American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month at a Lunch and Learn at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Georgia, May 21. South Georgia Okinawa Club dancers each received certificates for their participation in the event.
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Lance Cpl. Matthew J. Determan, of Maricopa Arizona died Tuesday of his injuries sustained during an MV-22B Osprey mishap while conducting training at Marine Corps Training Area – Bellows.

(U.S. Marine Corps illustration by Lance Cpl. Julia Dagostino/Released)
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U.S. Marines with Kilo Company, Battalion Landing Team 3rd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment, 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, rehearse urban operations tactics aboard the USS Rushmore (LSD 47) at sea in the Pacific Ocean, May 15, 2015. While at sea the Marines continue training to maintain their proficiency at a wide variety of mission sets. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Emmanuel Ramos/Released)
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A U.S. Marine KC-130J banks over the water after departing Morón Air Base, Spain, May 15, 2015. The aerial-refueling capabilities of the KC-130J greatly extend the range and flight times of NATO aircraft.
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Two Spanish Navy Harriers fly behind a U.S. Marine KC-130J from Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force Crisis Response-Africa during an aerial-refueling exercise off the coast of Spain May 15, 2015. The aerial-refueling capabilities of the KC-130J greatly extend the range and flight times of NATO aircraft.
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