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2nd Central Nuclear Biological Chemical Weapon Defense Unit makes his way through a smoke filled room inside the fire training tower aboard Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, Nov. 7, 2014. The 102nd Central NBC Weapon Defense Unit, Marine Aircraft Group 12, and the MCAS Iwakuni Fire Station collaborated to conduct interoperability training while executing Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear and Hazardous Material Emergency Response Operations.
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Honorable Senator Mark R. Warner delivers remarks at the National Museum of the Marine Corps to remember fallen Montford Marine, Cpl. Julius B. Foxx, during his Congressional Gold Medal ceremony, Nov. 14.  Nearly seven decades ago, as our Nation was at war, more than 2,000 African-American men enlisted in the United States Marine Corps with Foxx being one of many Marines who served with distinction during some of World War II’s bloodiest struggles after completing arduous and segregated basic training at Montford Point Camp. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo By Sgt. Jose D. Lujano/Released)
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Gunnery Sgt. Madyun Shahid, the Montford Point Marine monologue actor monologues a skit of a Montford Point Marine at the National Museum of the Marine Corps to remember fallen Montford Marine, Cpl. Julius B. Foxx, during Foxx’s Congressional Gold Medal ceremony, Nov. 14.  Nearly seven decades ago, as our Nation was at war, more than 2,000 African-American men enlisted in the United States Marine Corps with Foxx being one of many Marines who served with distinction during some of World War II’s bloodiest struggles after completing arduous and segregated basic training at Montford Point Camp. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo By Sgt. Jose D. Lujano/Released)
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Sheila Foxx, left, and Sharon Foxx, right received awards at the National Museum of the Marine Corps to remember their father and a fallen Montford Marine, Cpl. Julius B. Foxx, during Foxx’s Congressional Gold Medal ceremony, Nov. 14.  The Congressional Gold Medal, the highest civilian award in the United States, was given to honor the Montford Point Marines, the first African-Americans allowed to enlist in the Marine Corps. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo By Sgt. Jose D. Lujano/Released)
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Almost 70 years later families, friends, service members and the Honorable Senator Mark R. Warner gathered at the National Museum of the Marine Corps to remember fallen Montford Marine, Cpl. Julius B. Foxx, by awarding his family with the Congressional Gold Medal, Nov. 14.  Nearly seven decades ago, as our Nation was at war, more than 2,000 African-American men enlisted in the United States Marine Corps with Foxx being one of many Marines who served with distinction during some of World War II’s bloodiest struggles after completing arduous and segregated basic training at Montford Point Camp. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo By Sgt. Jose D. Lujano/Released)
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Combat engineers with Marine Wing Support Squadron 371 brush up on their individual combat shooting skills with table 3 qualifications during squad tactics drills at the Western Barry M. Goldwater Range near Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Ariz., June 3.
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A combat engineer with Marine Wing Support Squadron 371 maneuvers through a close quarters combat firing exercise at the Western Barry M. Goldwater Range near Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Ariz., June 4.
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A Marine with Fox Company, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, puts his thumb up after he successfully donned and cleared his M50 Gas Mask during a simulated counterattack on Range 10, Nov. 8, 2014.
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Transition Readiness Seminar
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1st Lt. Julian D’orsaneo (rear center) begins his class on in-depth communications planning. Communications Marines from Black Sea Rotational Force held a two-day military-to-military training exercise Nov. 12-13 in Constanta, Romania with members of the Romanian Armed Forces to discuss communication tactics, techniques, and procedures.
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Energy saving technologies implemented across the base helped Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island earn the Secretary of the Navy Energy and Water Management Conservation Award Oct. 21, 2014, including a $45,000 prize. These technologies include an automatic control system for air conditioning and heating, solar heating panel for hot water and LED street lights. (Photo by Lance Cpl. Vaniah Temple)
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Air crew Marines with Marine All-Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 533 inspect panels and landing gear on an F/A-18 hornet during Exercise Max Thunder 14-2 aboard Kunsan Air Base, Republic Of Korea, Nov. 14, 2014. Max Thunder is a semi-annual training event consisting of composite and coalition flight training between the U.S. military and the ROK Air Force, with a main focus on air combat tactics, close air support, and combat search and rescue.
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An F/A-18 hornet with Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 115 awaits maintenance during Exercise Max Thunder 14-2, aboard Kunsan Air Base, Republic Of Korea, Nov. 14, 2014. Max Thunder is a semi-annual training event consisting of composite and coalition flight training between the U.S. military and the ROK Force with a main focus on air combat tactics, close air support, and combat search and rescue.
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Royal Netherlands Korps Mariniers wait for orders to assault a combat town in Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina on Nov. 7, 2014. This was one of the many training events of Bold Alligator 2014. A large-scale amphibious exercise on the East Coast designed to improve U.S. and allied forces response to a myriad of different crises.
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Royal Netherlands Korps Mariniers wait for orders to assault a combat town in Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina on Nov. 7, 2014. This was one of the many training events of Bold Alligator 2014. A large-scale amphibious exercise on the East Coast designed to improve U.S. and allied forces response to a myriad of different crises.
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Royal Netherlands Korps Mariniers wait for orders to assault a combat town in Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina on Nov. 7, 2014. This was one of the many training events of Bold Alligator 2014. A large-scale amphibious exercise on the East Coast designed to improve U.S. and allied forces response to a myriad of different crises.
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