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Marines with Black Sea Rotational Force 14.2 from Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment, fire an 81mm high explosive round during Summer Shield, April 16, 2014, Camp Adazi, Latvia. The Marines in the live fire were a fire-support team element and worked with the Latvian Land Forces in order to synchronize an integrated attack that would use fire-support elements from three different countries.  This is the 11th iteration of the Summer Shield exercise, a joint, staff planning and combined-arms live fire maneuver event designed to enhance the Latvian Land Force’s capacity and capability to integrate fires and maneuver at the battalion and brigade level as well as increase partner capacity, promote regional stability and continue to develop Latvian, Lithuanian, Estonian and U.S. interoperability.  (Official Marine Corps photo by Staff Sgt. Tanner M. Iskra, 2nd Marine Division Combat Camera, BSRF-14/Released)
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Lance Corporal Michael Carroll, mortarman, assigned to Black Sea Rotational Force 14.2 from Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment, pulls and 81mm high explosive round out of an ammo can during Summer Shield, April 16, 2014, Camp Adazi, Latvia. The Marines in the live fire were a fire-support team element and worked with the Latvian Land Forces in order to synchronize an integrated attack that would use fire-support elements from three different countries.  This is the 11th iteration of the Summer Shield exercise, a joint, staff planning and combined-arms live fire maneuver event designed to enhance the Latvian Land Force’s capacity and capability to integrate fires and maneuver at the battalion and brigade level as well as increase partner capacity, promote regional stability and continue to develop Latvian, Lithuanian, Estonian and U.S. interoperability.  (Official Marine Corps photo by Staff Sgt. Tanner M. Iskra, 2nd Marine Division Combat Camera, BSRF-14/Released)
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An Estonian forward operator, 1st Artillery Battalion, Estonian Defense Forces, coordinates a fire mission with Estonian artillery during Summer Shield, April 16, 2014, Camp Adazi, Latvia. The 1st Estonian Artillery Battalion was part of a fire-support team element and worked with the Marines of Black Sea Rotational Force 14.2 and Latvian Land Forces in order to synchronize an integrated attack that would use fire-support elements from three different countries.  This is the 11th iteration of the Summer Shield exercise, a joint, staff planning and combined-arms live fire maneuver event designed to enhance the Latvian Land Force’s capacity and capability to integrate fires and maneuver at the battalion and brigade level as well as increase partner capacity, promote regional stability and continue to develop Latvian, Lithuanian, Estonian and U.S. interoperability.  (Official Marine Corps photo by Staff Sgt. Tanner M. Iskra, 2nd Marine Division Combat Camera, BSRF-14/Released)
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A Latvian High Mobility Multi-purpose Wheeled Vehicle carries Marines assigned to Black Sea Rotational Force 14.2 from 3rd Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment, as they execute a live fire support mission with Latvian Land Forces during Summer Shield, April 16, 2014, Camp Adazi, Latvia.  Latvia’s Anti-Armor Platoon and BSRF 14.2’s Combined Anti-Armor Team integrated forces in the fire support mission.  This is the 11th iteration of the Summer Shield exercise, a joint, staff planning and combined-arms live fire maneuver event designed to enhance the Latvian Land Force’s capacity and capability to integrate fires and maneuver at the battalion and brigade level as well as increase partner capacity, promote regional stability and continue to develop Latvian, Lithuanian, Estonian and U.S. interoperability.  (Official Marine Corps photo by Staff Sgt. Tanner M. Iskra, 2nd Marine Division Combat Camera, BSRF-14/Released)
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(Right to Left) Sergeant Benjamin Craig, anti-armor missile-man assigned to Black Sea Rotational Force 14.2 from Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment, discusses a fire-support mission with 2ndLt. Kristaps Saka, infantry officer, Latvian Land Forces and Cpl. Keith Roy, anti-armor missile-man, Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment, assigned to Black Sea Rotational Force 14.2.  Latvia’s Anti-Armor Platoon and BSRF 14.2’s Combined Anti-Armor Team integrated forces in the fire support mission during Summer Shield.  This is the 11th iteration of the Summer Shield exercise, a joint, staff planning and combined-arms live fire maneuver event designed to enhance the Latvian Land Force’s capacity and capability to integrate fires and maneuver at the battalion and brigade level as well as increase partner capacity, promote regional stability and continue to develop Latvian, Lithuanian, Estonian and U.S. interoperability.  (Official Marine Corps photo by Staff Sgt. Tanner M. Iskra, 2nd Marine Division Combat Camera, BSRF-14/Released)
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U.S. Marines of Black Sea Rotational Force 14 from 3rd Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, provide a period of instruction on combat decision making in Constanta, Romania, April 17, 2014. Black Sea Rotational Force- 14 is a contingent of Marines and sailors in the Black Sea, Balkans and Caucasus regions that work with partner nations to maintain proven partnerships while building military capacity, promoting regional stability, and providing the capability for rapid crisis response throughout Eastern Europe as directed by U.S. Marine Corps Forces Europe and Africa, U.S. European Command.
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U.S. Marine Corps 1st Lt. Roddey Dowd of Black Sea Rotational Force 14 from 3rd Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, answers questions during a period of instruction on combat decision making in Constanta, Romania, April 17, 2014. Black Sea Rotational Force- 14 is a contingent of Marines and sailors in the Black Sea, Balkans and Caucasus regions that work with partner nations to maintain proven partnerships while building military capacity, promoting regional stability, and providing the capability for rapid crisis response throughout Eastern Europe as directed by U.S. Marine Corps Forces Europe and Africa, U.S. European Command.
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U.S. Marines of Black Sea Rotational Force 14 from 3rd Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, conduct a period of instruction on combat decision making in Constanta, Romania, April 17, 2014. Black Sea Rotational Force 14 is a contingent of Marines and sailors in the Black Sea, Balkans and Caucasus regions that work with partner nations to maintain proven partnerships while building military capacity, promoting regional stability, and providing the capability for rapid crisis response throughout Eastern Europe as directed by U.S. Marine Corps Forces Europe and Africa, U.S. European Command.
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U.S. Marines with Black Sea Rotational Force 14 from Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, fire a tube-launched, optically-tracked, wire-guided missile during a joint live-fire exercise with Latvians and Estonians at a range near Camp Adazi, Latvia, April 16, 2014. This is the 11th iteration of the Summer Shield exercise, a joint staff planning and live-fire maneuver event designed to enhance the NATO force’s capacity and capability to integrate combined arms and maneuver at the battalion and brigade level. It also increases partner capacity, promotes regional stability, and enhances Latvian, Lithuanian, Estonian, and U.S. interoperability as NATO allies. (Official Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Scott W. Whiting, BSRF PAO/ Released)
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A Latvian soldier fires blank rounds into an impact area while working with Marines of Black Sea Rotational Force 14 from 3rd Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, during exercise Summer Shield at a range near Camp Adazi, Latvia, April 14, 2014. This is the 11th iteration of the Summer Shield exercise, a joint staff planning and combined-arms live fire maneuver event designed to enhance the Latvian Land Force’s capacity and capability to integrate fires and maneuver at the battalion and brigade level. It also increases partner capacity, promotes regional stability, and continues to develop Latvian, Lithuanian, Estonian and U.S. interoperability. (Official Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Scott W. Whiting, BSRF PAO/ Released)
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Marines of Black Sea Rotational Force 14 from 3rd Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, pose for a picture with Latvian soldiers while training together during exercise Summer Shield at a range near Camp Adazi, Latvia, April 14, 2014. This is the 11th iteration of the Summer Shield exercise, a joint staff planning and combined-arms live fire maneuver event designed to enhance the Latvian Land Force’s capacity and capability to integrate fires and maneuver at the battalion and brigade level. It also increases partner capacity, promotes regional stability, and continues to develop Latvian, Lithuanian, Estonian and U.S. interoperability. (Official Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Scott W. Whiting, BSRF PAO/ Released)
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The Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps, Gen. John M. Paxton, Jr., attends the U.S. Marine Corps Command, Control, Communications and Computers, annual awards dinner in Arlington Va., April 17, 2014. The awards presented included the Gen. Alfred M. Gray Trophy for outstanding communications leadership, the James Hamilton Information Technology Management Civilian Marine of the Year Award, the Pfc. Herbert A Littleton Non Commissioned Officer Trophy for operational communications excellence, and the Lt. Col. Kevin M. Shea Memorial Unit Award. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Tia Dufour/Released)
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The Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps, Gen. John M. Paxton, Jr., attends the U.S. Marine Corps Command, Control, Communications and Computers, annual awards dinner in Arlington Va., April 17, 2014. The awards presented included the Gen. Alfred M. Gray Trophy for outstanding communications leadership, the James Hamilton Information Technology Management Civilian Marine of the Year Award, the Pfc. Herbert A Littleton Non Commissioned Officer Trophy for operational communications excellence, and the Lt. Col. Kevin M. Shea Memorial Unit Award. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Tia Dufour/Released)
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U.S. Marine Lt. Col. Trevor Hall, battalion commander of Black Sea Rotational Force 14 from 3rd Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, presents a gift to Estonian Lt. Col. Kaarel Maesalu, the battalion commander of the Estonian Defense Forces Artillery Battalion, during the closing ceremony for exercise Summer Shield aboard Camp Adazi, Latvia, April 16, 2014. This is the 11th iteration of the Summer Shield exercise, a joint staff planning and live-fire maneuver event designed to enhance the NATO force’s capacity and capability to integrate combined arms and maneuver at the battalion and brigade level. It also increases partner capacity, promotes regional stability, and enhances Latvian, Lithuanian, Estonian, and U.S. interoperability as NATO allies. (Official Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Scott W. Whiting, BSRF PAO/ Released)
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U.S. Marine Lt. Col. Trevor Hall, battalion commander of Black Sea Rotational Force 14 from 3rd Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, shakes hands with Latvian Lt. Col. Gunars Kaulins, the exercise director of Summer Shield, during the closing ceremony for Summer Shield aboard Camp Adazi, Latvia, April 16, 2014. This is the 11th iteration of the Summer Shield exercise, a joint staff planning and live-fire maneuver event designed to enhance the NATO force’s capacity and capability to integrate combined arms and maneuver at the battalion and brigade level. It also increases partner capacity, promotes regional stability, and enhances Latvian, Lithuanian, Estonian, and U.S. interoperability as NATO allies. (Official Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Scott W. Whiting, BSRF PAO/ Released)
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Latvian Lt. Col. Gunars Kaulins, the exercise director for exercise Summer Shield, presents a gift to U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. John Raisch, awarding him as the best Marine of the exercise during Summer Shield’s closing ceremony aboard Camp Adazi, Latvia, April 16, 2014. This is the 11th iteration of the Summer Shield exercise, a joint staff planning and live-fire maneuver event designed to enhance the NATO force’s capacity and capability to integrate combined arms and maneuver at the battalion and brigade level. It also increases partner capacity, promotes regional stability, and enhances Latvian, Lithuanian, Estonian, and U.S. interoperability as NATO allies. (Official Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Scott W. Whiting, BSRF PAO/ Released)
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