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A Marine with Golf Company, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment recites a practical phrase used to simulate the time it takes to send a burst of live fire at KR-5 live-fire range aboard Schofield Barracks, Sept. 19, 2014 as part of the Island Viper exercise. The exercise is meant to prepare Marines for real-world combat. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Harley Thomas)
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Entry-level Marines with Company A, Infantry Training Battalion, School of Infantry-West completed their culminating event at Range 408 here, Sept. 25. The range includes and implements the different infantry occupational specialties at the company level. Medium/light machine guns and mortars suppress the enemy first, providing the supporting fire for a squad size element of riflemen and assaultmen to assault the enemies’ position.
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Entry-level Marines with Alpha Company, Infantry Training Battalion, School of Infantry-West completed their culminating event at Range 408 here, Sept. 25. The range includes and implements the different infantry occupational specialties at the company level. Medium/light machine guns and mortars suppress the enemy first, providing the supporting fire for a squad size element of riflemen and assaultmen to assault the enemies’ position.
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Entry-level Marines with Alpha Company, Infantry Training Battalion, School of Infantry-West completed their culminating event at Range 408 here, Sept. 25. The range includes and implements the different infantry occupational specialties at the company level. Medium/light machine guns and mortars suppress the enemy first, providing the supporting fire for a squad size element of riflemen and assaultmen to assault the enemies’ position.
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Lance Cpl. Edward Manibusan, Jr., from Koblerville, Saipan, stands outside of his tent Sept. 26 during Exercise Forager Fury III. He was raised in Saipan, located near Tinian, and joined the Marine Corps shortly after graduating high school. Manibusan is a field wireman with Marine Wing Support Squadron 171, Marine Aircraft Group 12, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, III Marine Expeditionary Force. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Tyler Ngiraswei/ Released)
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Cpl. David Wyble, a civil affairs Marine with 11th Marine Regiment, plants a tree as part of a live fence for a local farmer here, July 17. The volunteer project was part of a civil affairs humanitarian outreach into the community during Exercise Western Accord 2012. U.S. service members, primarily Reservists from the Marines, Army, Navy, and Air Force are taking part in WA-12 -- a multi-lateral exercise with Senegalese and several Western African nations. The training exercise runs from June 26 – July 24 and involves Armed Forces of Senegal, Burkina Faso, Guinea, Gambia and France. (USMC photo by Lance Cpl. Jessica DeRose)
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Marines practice returning the ball during sitting volleyball practice for the Marine team, Sept. 26, in preparation for the 2014 Warrior Games. The Marine team has been training since September 15 in order to build team cohesion and acclimate to the above 6,000 feet altitude of Colorado Springs. The Marine team is comprised of both active duty and veteran wounded, ill and injured Marines who are attached to or supported by the Wounded Warrior Regiment, the official unit of the Marine Corps charged with providing comprehensive non-medical recovery care to wounded, ill and injured Marines. The Warrior Games are a Paralympic-style competition for more than 200 wounded, ill and injured service members and are taking place Sept. 28 to Oct. 4 at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Follow the Marine team's progress at www.facebook.com/wwr.usmc.
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Sgt. Anthony McDaniel Jr. from Pascagoula, Mississippi, plays front and center during sitting volleyball practice for the Marine team, Sept. 26, in preparation for the 2014 Warrior Games. The Marine team has been training since September 15 in order to build team cohesion and acclimate to the above 6,000 feet altitude of Colorado Springs. The Marine team is comprised of both active duty and veteran wounded, ill and injured Marines who are attached to or supported by the Wounded Warrior Regiment, the official unit of the Marine Corps charged with providing comprehensive non-medical recovery care to wounded, ill and injured Marines. The Warrior Games are a Paralympic-style competition for more than 200 wounded, ill and injured service members and are taking place Sept. 28 to Oct. 4 at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Follow the Marine team's progress at www.facebook.com/wwr.usmc.
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The Marine team has been training since September 15 in order to build team cohesion and acclimate to the above 6,000 feet altitude of Colorado Springs. The Marine team is comprised of both active duty and veteran wounded, ill and injured Marines who are attached to or supported by the Wounded Warrior Regiment, the official unit of the Marine Corps charged with providing comprehensive non-medical recovery care to wounded, ill and injured Marines. The Warrior Games are a Paralympic-style competition for more than 200 wounded, ill and injured service members and are taking place Sept. 28 to Oct. 4 at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Follow the Marine team's progress at www.facebook.com/wwr.usmc.
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Sgt. Eric Rodriguez (center) from San Diego, California, Sgt. Anthony McDaniel Jr. (right) from Pascagoula, Mississippi, practice defense manuevers for the Marine team, Sept. 25, in preparation for the 2014 Warrior Games. The Marine team has been training since September 15 in order to build team cohesion and acclimate to the above 6,000 feet altitude of Colorado Springs. The Marine team is comprised of both active duty and veteran wounded, ill and injured Marines who are attached to or supported by the Wounded Warrior Regiment, the official unit of the Marine Corps charged with providing comprehensive non-medical recovery care to wounded, ill and injured Marines. The Warrior Games are a Paralympic-style competition for more than 200 wounded, ill and injured service members and are taking place Sept. 28 to Oct. 4 at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Follow the Marine team's progress at www.facebook.com/wwr.usmc.
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Cpl. Jorge Salazar from Delano, California, practices defensive manuevers for the Marine team, Sept. 25, in preparation for the 2014 Warrior Games. The Marine team has been training since September 15 in order to build team cohesion and acclimate to the above 6,000 feet altitude of Colorado Springs. The Marine team is comprised of both active duty and veteran wounded, ill and injured Marines who are attached to or supported by the Wounded Warrior Regiment, the official unit of the Marine Corps charged with providing comprehensive non-medical recovery care to wounded, ill and injured Marines. The Warrior Games are a Paralympic-style competition for more than 200 wounded, ill and injured service members and are taking place Sept. 28 to Oct. 4 at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Follow the Marine team's progress at www.facebook.com/wwr.usmc.
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Pfc. Erik Webb (center) from Grand Prairie, Texas, fights for the basketball against Cpl. Jorge Salazar (left) and Sgt. Eric Rodriguez (right) during practice for the Marine team, Sept. 25, in preparation for the 2014 Warrior Games. The Marine team has been training since September 15 in order to build team cohesion and acclimate to the above 6,000 feet altitude of Colorado Springs. The Marine team is comprised of both active duty and veteran wounded, ill and injured Marines who are attached to or supported by the Wounded Warrior Regiment, the official unit of the Marine Corps charged with providing comprehensive non-medical recovery care to wounded, ill and injured Marines. The Warrior Games are a Paralympic-style competition for more than 200 wounded, ill and injured service members and are taking place Sept. 28 to Oct. 4 at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Follow the Marine team's progress at www.facebook.com/wwr.usmc.
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Cpl. Benjamin McCrosky (right) from Havelock, North Carolina, passes a baton to  Cpl. Sean Venezia (left) from Woodville, Mississippi, during relay track practice for the Marine team, Sept. 25, in preparation for the 2014 Warrior Games. The Marine team has been training since September 15 in order to build team cohesion and acclimate to the above 6,000 feet altitude of Colorado Springs. The Marine team is comprised of both active duty and veteran wounded, ill and injured Marines who are attached to or supported by the Wounded Warrior Regiment, the official unit of the Marine Corps charged with providing comprehensive non-medical recovery care to wounded, ill and injured Marines. The Warrior Games are a Paralympic-style competition for more than 200 wounded, ill and injured service members and are taking place Sept. 28 to Oct. 4 at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Follow the Marine team's progress at www.facebook.com/wwr.usmc.
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Cpl. Benjamin McCrosky (left), Cpl. Jorge Salazar (center) and Sgt. Eric Rodriguez (right) wait to retun the ball during sitting volleyball practice for the Marine team, Sept. 26, in preparation for the 2014 Warrior Games. The Marine team has been training since September 15 in order to build team cohesion and acclimate to the above 6,000 feet altitude of Colorado Springs. The Marine team is comprised of both active duty and veteran wounded, ill and injured Marines who are attached to or supported by the Wounded Warrior Regiment, the official unit of the Marine Corps charged with providing comprehensive non-medical recovery care to wounded, ill and injured Marines. The Warrior Games are a Paralympic-style competition for more than 200 wounded, ill and injured service members and are taking place Sept. 28 to Oct. 4 at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Follow the Marine team's progress at www.facebook.com/wwr.usmc.
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NEW YORK—Staff Sgt. Jesse Costa, (left) a native of Swansea, Mass., and 1st Marine Corps District’s Club Manager, stands with Executive Chef Barret Beyer, Coast Guard veteran and participant on the show Hell’s Kitchen, Sept. 18. Costa is on the path to becoming the only Chef in his military occupational specialty. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Brandon Thomas)
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NEW YORK—Staff Sgt. Jesse Costa, (center) 1st Marine Corps District’s Club Manager, alongside other chefs prepares dishes at Club Space NYC, Sept. 18. Costa is on the path to becoming the only Chef in his military occupational specialty. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Brandon Thomas)
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