U.S. and Dutch Marines hone their skills in urban terrain.
Warfighting is more than aim and fire, Marines train to refine their fighting capabilities and maintain readiness.
Military working dogs and their handlers work together as inseparable teams while honoring and upholding the legacies of their forebears.
The COVID vaccine is the latest tool utilized against the virus and Navy medicine is working to keep Marines and sailors educated about its benefits.
With invasive species of snakes trying to slither into Marine transports, it's up to Spot to sniff them out so they don't leave Guam.
Since 2008, the Very Small Aperture Terminal has been the Marine Corps’ most recent and reliable tool for transmitting information between two geographically separated locations. Like many communication systems, it is designed to meet the needs of forward-deployed Marines in order to allow network access from the harshest environments. It uses small, medium, and large satellite systems to support high bandwidth voice, video and data applications such as video conferencing. It also supports the exchange of intelligence and logistics information throughout the operational environment...
Marines with the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit embarked aboard the Makin Island Amphibious Ready
Across the Marine Corps, mission readiness is a topic often addressed, and for expeditionary firefighting and rescue specialists Marines with Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, Marine Corps Installations Pacific, it is a daily practice. EFR specialists provide aircraft rescue and firefighting services in support of airfield operations and respond to any fire-related emergencies and situations with a maximum response time of five minutes. “It’s all about making sure we are prepared for anything that comes our way,” said Lance Cpl. Nicklas Martin, a native of Troy, Michigan, and an EFR specialist with H&HS, MCIPAC...
U.S. Marines and Sailors with Marine Rotational Force-Europe 21.1 enhanced their warfighting ability above the Arctic Circle during exercise Arctic Littoral Strike in Northern Norway from March 11-31. “This exercise demonstrated the battalion’s capability to operate inside actively contested maritime spaces, in this case arctic littoral spaces, and to provide support to joint fleet operations,” said Lt. Col. Ryan Gordinier, the MRF-E battalion commander. “The Marine Corps has demonstrated an interest in developing expeditionary advance basing capabilities in the Pacific, and we took advantage of the opportunity to exercise those concepts in the Arctic...”
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4/07/2021 - https://www.stripes.com/news/pacific/us-military-makes-vaccine-progress-in-japan-south-korea-amid-coronavirus-resurgence-1.668742