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U.S. Marines with the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit’s Maritime Raid Force practice an initial clear after fast-roping onto the amphibious assault ship USS Essex in the Indian Ocean July, 24. These Marines are assigned to India Company, Battalion Landing Team 3rd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment, 15th MEU, and are members of the MRF’s security element. The Marines practiced fast-roping onto the flight deck and simulated clearing the ship. Elements of the 15th MEU, based out of Camp Pendleton, California, and embarked aboard the Essex, are conducting naval operations in the 6th Fleet areas of operation in support of U.S. national security interests in Europe and Africa.
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U.S. Marines with 2nd platoon, Transportation Support Company, Combat Logistics Battalion 1, conduct vehicle recovery lane training during an Integrated Training Exercise aboard Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, Calif., July 21, 2015. ITX is conducted to enhance the integration and warfighting capability from all elements of the Marine Air Ground Task Force. CLB-1 is currently training to support Special Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force Crisis Response Central Command 16.1.
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U.S. Marines with Marine Barracks Washington fire the canons during an evening parade in MBW, D.C., July 24, 2015. Gen. Joseph F. Dunford Jr., 36th commandant of the Marine Corps, was the official host and Adm. Jonathan W. Greenert, chief of Naval Operations, was the guest of honor. The Evening Parade summer tradition began in 1934, and features the Silent Drill Platoon, the U.S. Marine Band, the U.S. Marine Drumand Bugle Corps alongside two marching companies. More than 3,500 guests attend the parade every week.
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U.S. Marines with 10th Marine Regiment and the Black Sea Rotational Force stand alongside Romanian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Georgian and Bulgarian soldiers during the Exercise Agile Spirit closing ceremony July 22, 2015, at Vaziani Training Area, Georgia. Exercise Agile Spirit 15 involved a NATO Response Force level combined operation that incorporated a wide range of planning and execution challenges during a command post exercise and a field training exercise.
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Romanian and Georgian soldiers stand alongside Latvian, Lithuanian and Bulgarian soldiers and U.S. Marines during the Exercise Agile Spirit closing ceremony July 22, 2015, at Vaziani Training Area, Georgia.  Exercise Agile Spirit 15 involved a NATO Response Force level combined operation that incorporated a wide range of planning and execution challenges during a command post exercise and a field training exercise. The U.S. Marines with Black Sea Rotational Force and 10th Marine Regiment supported the exercise.
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Freedman Rider motorcyclists line up along the road outside of the United Methodist Church in Hixson, Tennessee, July 24, 2015. The motorcyclists held American flags to honor Staff Sgt. David A. Wyatt, one of five service members killed by a gunman at the Naval Operational Support Center and Marine Corps Reserve Center on July 16, 2015. Wyatt was taken to the Chattanooga National Cemetery after the church service to be laid to rest with full military honors.
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The Marines of Battery M, 3rd Battalion, 14th Marine Regiment salute Staff Sgt. David A. Wyatt, who was a field artillery operations man with Battery M. Wyatt was laid to rest at the Chattanooga National Cemetery, July 24, 2015. Wyatt is one of five service members who died when a gunman attacked the Naval Operational Support Center and Marine Corps Reserve Center on July 16, 2015. Family and community members joined the Marines to pay their respects and thank Wyatt for his service to this country.
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The Marines of Battery M, 3rd Battalion, 14th Marine Regiment carry the casket of Staff Sgt. David A. Wyatt, who was laid to rest at the Chattanooga National Cemetery, July 24, 2015. Wyatt is one of five service members who died when a gunman attacked the Naval Operational Support Center and Marine Corps Reserve Center on July 16, 2015. The Marines joined family and community members to pay their respects and thank Wyatt for his service to this country.
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The Marines of Battery K, 2nd Battalion, 14th Marine Regiment prepare to fire a 21-gun salute for Staff Sgt. David A. Wyatt at Chattanooga National Cemetery in Chattanooga, Tennessee, July 24, 2015. Family, Marines and hundreds of community members attended the funeral service to pay their respects to Wyatt and the sacrifice he gave for this country.
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Lt. General Richard P. Mills, commander of Marine Forces Reserve, and Maj. Gen. Paul W. Brier, commanding general of 4th Marine Division, attend Staff Sgt. David A. Wyatt’s funeral service at the United Methodist Church in Hixson, Tennessee, July 24, 2015. After the church service Wyatt was taken to Chattanooga National Cemetery to be buried with full military honors.
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Caskets carrying the remains of approximately 36 Marines rest on the tarmac, July 25, 2015, in Tarawa, Kiribati, before a repatriation ceremony. The remains were honored during the ceremony and loaded onto a C-130J Hercules aircraft for their return home to the United States where they will be identified and laid to rest in their final resting place.
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A Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency worker preps a casket of remains for a repatriation ceremony, July 25, 2015, in Tarawa, Kiribati. The ceremony honored approximately 36 Marines who fought and died during the Battle of Tarawa in World War II. The remains were loaded onto a C-130J Hercules aircraft and prepped for their return home to the United States.
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A 3rd Marine Regiment color guard takes its place, July 25, 2015, during a repatriation ceremony in Tarawa, Kiribati. The ceremony honored the remains of approximately 36 Marines who fought and died during the Battle of Tarawa during World War II, and were loaded onto a C-130J Hercules aircraft to be transported back home to the United States.
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3rd Marine Regiment  pallbearers carry a casket onto a C-130J Hercules aircraft, July 25, 2015, during a repatriation ceremony in Tarawa, Kiribati. The caskets held the remains of approximately 36 Marines who fought and died during the Battle of Tarawa in World War II. The remains will be transported back to the United States for proper identification and final burial.
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Caskets holding the remains of approximately 36 Marines who fought and died during the Battle of Tarawa in World War II are loaded onto a C-130J Hercules aircraft, July 25, 2015, during a repatriation ceremony in Tarawa, Kiribati. The remains will be transported back to the United States for proper identification and burial. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Matthew J. Bragg)
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3rd Marine Regiment pallbearers prepare to escort a casket of remains onto a C-130J Hercules aircraft, July 25, 2015, during a repatriation ceremony in Tarawa, Kiribati. The ceremony honored the remains of approximately 36 Marines who fought and died during the Battle of Tarawa in World War II, and are being transported back to the United States for proper identification and final burial.
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