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A partner nation servicemember fast ropes from a tower at the JDF Up Park Camp in Kingston, Jamaica during Exercise Tradewinds-2016, Thursday, June 23, 2016. Fast roping is a method used by troops to descend from structures or helicopters quickly without using anything other than their hands and feet to control the speed of their descent. Tradewinds is a U.S. Southern Command-sponsored exercise hosted by Jamaica and includes 17 partner nations who are engaged in training activities to enhance skills, partnership and security cooperation throughout the region.
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Col. Siale Diro addresses Task Force Koa Moana and Papua New Guinea soldiers during the opening ceremony of Exercise Koa Moana, June 18, 2016, at Taurama Barracks, Papua New Guinea. The multi-national, bilateral exercise is designed to increase interoperability and relations by sharing infantry, engineering, medical and law enforcement skills.
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Joel F. Maybury addresses Task Force Koa Moana before the opening ceremony of Exercise Koa Moana, June 18, 2016, at Taurama Barracks, Papua New Guinea. The multi-national, bilateral exercise is designed to increase interoperability and relations through by sharing infantry, engineering, law enforcement and medical skills.
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U.S. Marines and Sailors, with Task Force Koa Moana, join ranks with Papua New Guinea soldiers during the opening ceremony for Exercise Koa Moana, June 18, 2016, at Taurama Barracks, Papua New Guinea. The multi-national, bilateral exercise is designed to improve interoperability and relations by sharing infantry, engineering, medical and law enforcement skills.
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Papua New Guinea soldiers and U.S. Marines and Sailors stand in formation during the opening remarks for Exercise Koa Moana, June 18, 2016, at Taurama Barracks, Papua New Guinea. The multi-national, bilateral exercise is designed to improve interoperability and relations through mil-to-mil training and by sharing infantry, engineering, medical and law enforcement skills.
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Lance Cpl. Nathan H. Steed demonstrates room-clearing techniques while training with a Papua New Guinean soldier, June 19, 2016, at Taurama Barracks, during Exercise Koa Moana. This is the first exercise for U.S. Marines and service members of the Papua New Guinea Defence Force.
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Lance Cpl. Jacob W. Anderson practices clearing a stairwell with a fire team made of Marines and soldiers with the Papua New Guinea Defence Force, June 19, 2016, at Taurama Barracks, as part of Exercise Koa Moana. Koa Moana, the first exercise between U.S. Marines and the PNGDF directly, is designed to increase interoperability and relations by sharing infantry, engineering, medical and law enforcement capabilities.
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Cpl. Steven C. Anderson prepares his fire team to conduct a patrol Exercise Koa Moana, June 19, 2016, at Taurama Barracks, Papua New Guinea Defence Force. Koa Moana is a multi-national, bilateral exercise designed to increase interoperability and relations by sharing infantry, engineering, law enforcement and medical skills to preserve and promote peace in the Asia-Pacific region.
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Lance Cpl. Abraham U. Aaron prepares to cross a notional danger zone during a patrol, June 19, 2016, at Taurama Barracks, Papua New Guinea, as part of Exercise Koa Moana. This is the first occasion for the Papua New Guinea and U.S. Marines to train directly. Koa Moana is a multi-national, bilateral exercise designed to increase interoperability and relations by sharing infantry, engineering, law enforcement and medical skills.
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Marines with Charlie Company, 4th Assault Amphibian Battalion prepare for amphibious operations at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., June 22, 2016. The company, based in Galveston, Texas, conducted operations in land and sea to prepare for their upcoming unit deployment program to Okinawa.
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A Marine with Charlie Company, 4th Assault Amphibian Battalion secures equipment before conducting amphibious operations at Marine Corps Camp Lejeune, N.C., June 22, 2016. The company, based in Galveston, Texas, arrived in Camp Lejeune for a two-week annual training package.
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Marines with Charlie Company, 4th Assault Amphibian Battalion prepare for water operations at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., June 22, 2016. The company, based in Galveston, Texas, conducted operations in land and sea to prepare for their upcoming Unit Deployment Program to Okinawa.
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Marines with Charlie Company, 4th Assault Amphibian Battalion move down the beach during water operations at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., June 22, 2016. The company, based in Galveston, Texas, arrived in Camp Lejeune for a two-week annual training package.
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Marines with Charlie Company, 4th Assault Amphibian Battalion move down the beach during water operations at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., June 22, 2016. The company, based in Galveston, Texas, conducted operations in land and sea to prepare for their upcoming unit deployment program to Okinawa.
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Marines with Charlie Company, 4th Assault Amphibian Battalion move down the beach during water operations at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., June 22, 2016. The company, based in Galveston, Texas, arrived in Camp Lejeune for a two-week annual training package.
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Marines with Charlie Company, 4th Assault Amphibian Battalion halt before a river crossing during water operations at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., June 22, 2016. The company, based in Galveston, Texas, conducted operations in land and sea to prepare for their upcoming Unit Deployment Program to Okinawa.
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