The Marines with CLB-3 practiced firing inert and live mine-clearing charges as a part of Korean Marine Exchange Program 18.1/Exercise Winter Workhorse 17, which familiarizes the American armed forces with the Korean Peninsula and builds upon an enduring alliance between the two militaries. - U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Larry Anderson, a landing support specialist with Landing Support Company, 3d Transportation Support Battalion, Combat Logistics Regiment 3, crosses an obstacle with help from his unit and Republic of Korea Marines with Landing Support Battalion, ROK Marine Logistics Group, Oct. 28, 2017 in Pohang, South Korea. The Marines from both nations came together to conduct a Leadership Reaction Course, a series of team-building exercises designed to encourage communication and camaraderie between the two forces. The LRC was held as a part of Exercise Winter Workhorse 17/ Korean Marine Exchange Program 18.1, which familiarizes American military forces with the Korean peninsula.
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