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Lt. Gen. Jovica Draganic, Deputy Chief of Staff of the Army of Serbia,(right) presents a coin to Sgt. Ty Heaps, platoon sergeant for 1st platoon, 4th Law Enforcement Battalion, Force Headquarters Group, Marine Forces Reserve, in appreciation of his hard work and efforts during exercise Platinum Wolf 2016 at Peacekeeping Operations Training Center South Base, Bujanovac, Serbia, May 20, 2016. The nations of Bosnia, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Montenegro, Slovenia, Serbia and the United States joined together during the final field exercises to demonstrate their abilities to conduct peacekeeping operations and the ability to work together.
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Soldiers with the Bosnian and Serbian Armed Forces demonstrate non-lethal weapons techniques including taking down an attacker, during exercise Platinum Wolf 2016 at Peacekeeping Operations Training Center South Base, Bujanovac, Serbia, May 20, 2016. The nations of Bosnia, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Montenegro, Slovenia, Serbia and the United States joined together during the final field exercises to demonstrate their abilities to conduct peacekeeping operations and the ability to work together.
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Lance. Cpl. Rebecca Brewer, military police, with 4th Law Enforcement Battalion, Force Headquarters Group, Marine Forces Reserve, patrols through high grass during exercise Platinum Wolf 2016 at Peacekeeping Operations Training Center South Base, Bujanovac, Serbia, May 16, 2016. The Marines joined partner nations from Bosnia, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Montenegro, Slovenia and Serbia to train in patrolling, cordon and search operations, peacekeeping operations, and non-lethal weapons.
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Reserve Marines with 4th Law Enforcement Battalion, Force Headquarters Group, Marine Forces Reserve, patrol the Serbian countryside during exercise Platinum Wolf 2016 at Peacekeeping Operations Training Center South Base, Bujanovac, Serbia, May 16, 2016. The Marines are working with the partner nations of Bosnia, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Montenegro, Slovenia and Serbia to share new ideas, build interoperability, and master peacekeeping operations.
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Soldiers from the partner nation of Montenegro, speak with Lt. Gen. Jovica Draganic, Deputy Chief of Staff of the Army of Serbia, during Distinguished Visitors Day at exercise Platinum Wolf 2016 aboard Peacekeeping Operations Training Center South Base, Bujanovac, Serbia, May 20, 2016. The nations of Bosnia, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Montenegro, Slovenia, Serbia and the United States joined together during the final field exercises to demonstrate their abilities to work together and master peacekeeping operations.
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1st Lt. Jonathan Stinson, platoon commander of Company D, 4th Law Enforcement Battalion, Force Headquarters Group, Marine Forces Reserve, briefs his Marines before training during exercise Platinum Wolf 2016 at Peacekeeping Operations Training Center South Base, Bujanovac, Serbia, May 118, 2016. The Marines are working with the partner nations of Bosnia, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Montenegro, Slovenia and Serbia to hone their skills in peacekeeping operations and non-lethal weapons systems. The partner nations are also focusing on sharing new tactics and techniques to improve their ability to work together.
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Cpl. William Worthy, a squad leader with 4th Law Enforcement Battalion, Force Headquarters Group, Marine Forces Reserve, yells for his team to dismount and set up security during exercise Platinum Wolf 2016 at Peacekeeping Operations Training Center South Base, Bujanovac, Serbia, May 19, 2016. The Marines are working with the partner nations of Bosnia, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Montenegro, Slovenia and Serbia during the final field exercise. The exercise aims to ensure the nations master peacekeeping operations and focus on learning non-lethal weapons
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Cpl. Jacob Granado, military police, with 4th Law Enforcement Battalion, Force Headquarters Group, Marine Forces Reserve, prepares to rush forward to engage a simulated enemy during exercise Platinum Wolf 2016 at Peacekeeping Operations Training Center South Base, Bujanovac, Serbia, May 19, 2016. The Marines are working with the partner nations of Bosnia, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Montenegro, Slovenia and Serbia during the final field exercise where they master patrols, military operation urban terrain training, and work on building their interoperability.
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HM3 Ryan Loomis, a hospital corpsman with 4th Law Enforcement Battalion, Force Headquarters Group, Marine Forces Reserve, applies a tourniquet to a simulated casualty during exercise Platinum Wolf 2016 at Peacekeeping Operations Training Center South Base, Bujanovac, Serbia, May 19, 2016. The Marines are working with partner nations of Bosnia, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Montenegro, Slovenia and Serbia during the final field exercise where they master patrols, military operation urban terrain training, and building their interoperability.
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U.S Marines with 2nd Transportation Support Battalion (TSB),  anchor ropes to a Humvee durring the Integrated training exercise (ITX) onTwentynine Palms, Ca., May. 13, 2016. 2nd TSB and subordinate units participated in ITX 3-16 to ensure all elements of Special-Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force 2 are prepared for upcoming deployments and operational commitments.
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U.S Marines with 2nd Transportation Support Battalion (TSB),  prepares to anchor ropes to a Humvee durring the Integrated training exercise (ITX) on Twentynine Palms, Ca., May. 13, 2016. 2nd TSB and subordinate units participated in ITX 3-16 to ensure all elements of Special-Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force 2 are prepared for upcoming deployments and operational commitments.
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Second Lt. Katherine Boy, right, leads a fire direction center at the Field Artillery Basic Officers Leadership Course at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, May 12, 2016. The fire direction center is responsible for calculating and transmitting fire coordinates to the gun line.
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Second Lt. Katherine Boy, right, and 2nd Lt. Daniel Lowery prepare to load the next round into a M777A2 Howitzer at the Field Artillery Basic Officers Leadership Course at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, May 12, 2016. Loading the round is one of the first steps on the gun line but one of many steps in the process.
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Second Lt. Jamal Campbell pulls the line on a M777A2 Howitzer at the Field Artillery Basic Officers Leadership Course at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, May 12, 2016. Marine officers spend five months at the school learning how to lead their Marines in the artillery field.
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A student at the Field Artillery Basic Officers Leadership Course awaits a call for fire at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, May 12, 2016. Officers at the course are taught how to properly execute fire missions.
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Second Lt. Virginia Brodie points out an enemy position to 2nd Lt. Katherine Boy at the Field Artillery Basic Officers Leadership Course at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, May 12, 2016. Brodie and Boy are the first two female Marine artillery officers to complete the course.
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