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U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Alex Koeneke, a Humanitarian Mine Action Thailand Explosive Ordnance Disposal instructor with 3rd EOD Company, 9th Engineer Support Battalion, 3rd Marine Logistics Group, supervises Staff Sgt. Parawut Pongfai, a Thailand Mine Action Center student, during an EOD level 1-2 course at Jarumanee training area, Ratchaburi, Thailand, November 22, 2022. Royal Thai and American Armed Forces work together to train TMAC students in EOD level 1-2 in order to develop an EOD capacity to assist TMAC’s mission of becoming landmine free. This partnership is aligned with the U.S. Department of Defense’s HMA Program, which assists partnered nations affected by landmines, explosive remnants of war, and the hazardous effects of unexploded ordnance. - U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Alex Koeneke, a Humanitarian Mine Action Thailand Explosive Ordnance Disposal instructor with 3rd EOD Company, 9th Engineer Support Battalion, 3rd Marine Logistics Group, supervises Staff Sgt. Parawut Pongfai, a Thailand Mine Action Center student, during an EOD level 1-2 course at Jarumanee training area, Ratchaburi, Thailand, November 22, 2022. Royal Thai and American Armed Forces work together to train TMAC students in EOD level 1-2 in order to develop an EOD capacity to assist TMAC’s mission of becoming landmine free. This partnership is aligned with the U.S. Department of Defense’s HMA Program, which assists partnered nations affected by landmines, explosive remnants of war, and the hazardous effects of unexploded ordnance.

U.S. Marine Corps Pfc. Clayton Hilemon and Sgt. Alexander Locconielsen, a low-altitude air-defense gunners with 2nd Low Altitude Air Defense Battalion, transmits an electronic signal to an incoming drone with the Light Marine Air Defense Integrated System, or L-MADIS, at Marine Corps Outlying Landing Field Atlantic, North Carolina, Oct. 18, 2022. The L-MADIS is an electronic-attack system that counters unmanned-aircraft system by nonkinetic capabilities to destroy or negate aerial threats. 2nd LAAD is a subordinate unit of 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing, the aviation combat element of II Marine Expeditionary Force. - U.S. Marine Corps Pfc. Clayton Hilemon and Sgt. Alexander Locconielsen, a low-altitude air-defense gunners with 2nd Low Altitude Air Defense Battalion, transmits an electronic signal to an incoming drone with the Light Marine Air Defense Integrated System, or L-MADIS, at Marine Corps Outlying Landing Field Atlantic, North Carolina, Oct. 18, 2022. The L-MADIS is an electronic-attack system that counters unmanned-aircraft system by nonkinetic capabilities to destroy or negate aerial threats. 2nd LAAD is a subordinate unit of 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing, the aviation combat element of II Marine Expeditionary Force.

Dual-use commercial small craft await inspection during the Marine Forces Reserve and Defense Innovation Unit Small Boat Evaluation and Demonstration event on Nov. 2, 2022, at the 4th Assault Amphibian Battalion headquarters in Tampa, Florida. This second phase of the DIU Commercial Solutions Opening process is used to determine which vessel(s) will be used by the Marine Corps Reserve in support of Service-level experimentation for Force Design 2030. MFR plans to use Congressionally-approved National Guard and Reserve Equipment Appropriation (NGREA) funds to purchase the initial order of expeditionary craft. Use of this funding will not impact MFR’s annual budget, nor will it hinder or delay any other areas of operations or innovation across the force. - Dual-use commercial small craft await inspection during the Marine Forces Reserve and Defense Innovation Unit Small Boat Evaluation and Demonstration event on Nov. 2, 2022, at the 4th Assault Amphibian Battalion headquarters in Tampa, Florida. This second phase of the DIU Commercial Solutions Opening process is used to determine which vessel(s) will be used by the Marine Corps Reserve in support of Service-level experimentation for Force Design 2030. MFR plans to use Congressionally-approved National Guard and Reserve Equipment Appropriation (NGREA) funds to purchase the initial order of expeditionary craft. Use of this funding will not impact MFR’s annual budget, nor will it hinder or delay any other areas of operations or innovation across the force.

U.S. Marines with 6th Engineer Support Battalion Bulk Fuel Company B, 4th Marine Logistics Group, load gear on a vehicle at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey, Mar. 12, 2022. The 6th ESB Bulk Fuel Company B focuses on innovating and experimenting on Expeditionary Advanced Base Operations. This training covers the new expeditionary fueling dispensing system to increase the unit's effectiveness and their mission readiness. Marines from 6th ESB have proven their ingenuity by creating a smaller and more agile fueling system from a much larger legacy fueling system. Their innovative efforts consist of swiftly staging low profile fueling points in order to allow forces the flexibility to flow quickly in and out of enemy engagement zones. - U.S. Marines with 6th Engineer Support Battalion Bulk Fuel Company B, 4th Marine Logistics Group, load gear on a vehicle at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey, Mar. 12, 2022. The 6th ESB Bulk Fuel Company B focuses on innovating and experimenting on Expeditionary Advanced Base Operations. This training covers the new expeditionary fueling dispensing system to increase the unit's effectiveness and their mission readiness. Marines from 6th ESB have proven their ingenuity by creating a smaller and more agile fueling system from a much larger legacy fueling system. Their innovative efforts consist of swiftly staging low profile fueling points in order to allow forces the flexibility to flow quickly in and out of enemy engagement zones.

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