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Lance Cpl. Casey Miller (left) and Lance Cpl. Alex Winnecke, assaultmen with Easy Company, 2nd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment and natives of Lexington, Ky. and Blaine, Minn., respectively, return to their starting position during a gun drill at training area G-G aboard Camp Lejeune, N.C., Feb. 18, 2015.  The assaultmen refined their skills with their primary weapon, the Shoulder-Launched Multipurpose Assault Weapon, over three days of training.
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Lance Cpl. Zachary Painter (left) and Lance Cpl. Reymond Kane, machine gunners with 2nd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment and natives of Roanoke, Va. and Long Island, N.Y., respectively, simulate firing at an enemy during a gun drill at training area G-G aboard Camp Lejeune, N.C., Feb. 18, 2015.  During the drill, Marines ran to a specified point, set up their machine guns as quickly as possible, and began firing upon a mock enemy.
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Lance Cpl. Richard Marsh, a mortarman with 2nd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment, and a Jacksonville, Fla. native, adjusts his weapon in order to sight in on a specific target during a gun drill at training area G-G aboard Camp Lejeune, N.C., Feb. 18, 2015. Marines can fire the mortar from a mount (as depicted) or in hand-held mode, making the weapon easily transportable. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Kirstin Merrimarahajara/released)
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Mortarmen with 2nd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment practiced sighting in on various non-moving targets using their primary weapon, the M224 60 mm Lightweight Company Mortar System at training area G-G aboard Camp Lejeune, N.C., Feb. 18, 2015.  Marines with the unit participated in three days of training from Feb. 17-19. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Kirstin Merrimarahajara/released)
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United States Marines from Marine Barracks, Washington, D.C., march in the Relief and Appointment Ceremony in honor of the outgoing Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps, Sgt. Maj. Micheal P. Barrett, and the incoming, Sgt. Maj. Ronald L. Green, at the Marine Corps War Memorial in Arlington, Va. on February 20, 2015. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Christian J. Varney/Released)
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Cpl. Justin Groom, an aircraft rescue firefighter with Marine Wing Support Squadron 172, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, stokes the fire inside of a scrap airplane during a fire response scenario Feb 18, at Utapao Royal Thai Navy Airfield, Kingdom of Thailand. The scenario is part of exercise Cobra Gold 2015, which is designed to improve international partnerships and security within the region.
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U.S. Marines and Royal Thai Navy firefighters douse a fire inside the shell of an old airplane during a fire response scenario for exercise Cobra Gold 2015 Feb. 18 at Utapao Royal Thai Navy Airfield, Kingdom of Thailand. Exercise Cobra Gold is an annual exercise designed to increase cooperation, interoperability and collaboration among partner nations in order to achieve effective solutions to common challenges.
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Cpl. Justin Groom, an aircraft rescue firefighter with Marine Wing Support Squadron 172, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, tells the U.S Marines and Royal Thai Navy firefighters to back up during a fire response scenario Feb. 18, at Utapao Royal Thai Navy Airfield, Kingdom of Thailand. The scenario is part of exercise Cobra Gold 2015, an annual exercise designed to promote partnerships and improve security within the region.
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Cpl. Justin Groom, a U.S. Marine aircraft rescue firefighter with Marine Wing Support Squadron 172, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, stokes the fire inside of a scrap airplane during a fire response scenario Feb 18, at Utapao Royal Thai Navy Airfield, Kingdom of Thailand. The scenario was for exercise Cobra Gold 2015, an annual exercise designed to improve international relationships and improve security within the region.
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U.S. Marines and Royal Thai Navy firefighters spray the body of a burning airplane fuselage to practice containing the flame during a fire response scenario Feb. 18, 2015 at Utapao Royal Thai Navy Airfield, Kingdom of Thailand. The scenario was for exercise Cobra Gold 2015, an annual exercise designed to improve international relationships and improve security within the region.
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U.S. Marines and Royal Thai Navy firefighters practice extinguishing fires on an old airplane during exercise Cobra Gold 2015 Feb. 18, 2015, at Utapao Royal Thai Navy Airfield, Kingdom of Thailand. The bilateral force used three trucks and multiple response teams cycled through the hose teams to extinguish the fire. Exercise Cobra Gold is an annual exercise designed to improve international partnerships and security within the region.
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U.S. Marines and Royal Thai Navy firefighters practice extinguishing fires on an old airplane during exercise Cobra Gold 2015 Feb. 18, at Utapao Royal Thai Navy Airfield, Kingdom of Thailand. Exercise Cobra Gold is an annual exercise designed to improve international partnerships and security within the region.
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Two crew chiefs refuel their Bell UH-1Y Venom during Marine Wing Support Squadron 272’s forward arming and refueling point in Engelhard, N.C., Feb. 12, 2015. The squadron’s FARP exercise is designed to get the Marines to refuel landed helicopters as quickly as possible, so the aircrafts can quickly take off after filling up.
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A crew chief inserts a hose into a Bell UH-1Y Venom to begin refueling the aircraft during Marine Wing Support Squadron 272’s forward arming and refueling point exercise at Engelhard, N.C., Feb. 12, 2015. The squadron’s FARP exercise is designed to get the Marines to refuel landed helicopters as quickly as possible, so the aircrafts can quickly take off after filling up.
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An AH-1W Super Cobra prepares to land during Marine Wing Support Squadron 272’s forward arming and refueling point in Engelhard, N.C., Feb. 12, 2015. The Marines established a refueling point, and multiple helicopters landed to refuel and take off again as quickly as possible.
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Lance Cpl. Tyler Sheeley, a bulk fuel specialist with Marine Wing Support Squadron 272, examines a fuel sample while preparing for a forward arming and refueling point in Engelhard, N.C., Feb. 12, 2015. The squadron’s FARP exercise is designed to get the Marines to refuel landed helicopters as quickly as possible, so the aircrafts can quickly take off after filling up.
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