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The Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps Gen. Glenn M. Walters poses for a photo with women attending the 2018 Joint Women's Leadership Symposium, San Diego, Calif., June 22, 2018. JWLS is the largest annual gathering of women in uniform in the nation hosted by the Sea Service Leadership Association, and is dedicated to providing preemient professional development events to women serving in the Department of Defense and Coast Guard.
U.S. Marine Corps Lt. Col. Michelle I. Macander, incoming commanding officer of 1st Combat Engineer Battalion, 1st Marine Division, stands at attention in front of Marines with 1st CEB, during a change of command ceremony at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 22, 2018. The ceremony was held as a formal transfer of authority and responsibility from Lt. Col. Christopher M. Haar, offgoing commanding officer of 1st CEB, to Macander.
U.S. Marine AAV-P7/A1 Assault Amphibian Vehicles with the 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit board the USS Arlington via the well deck during Amphibious Squadron-MEU Integration training in the Atlantic Ocean, June 15, 2018. PHIBRON-MEU Integration is a two-week training evolution that allows Sailors and U.S. Marines to train as a cohesive unit in preparation for their upcoming deployment.
A Company F, 2nd Battalion, 25th Marine Regiment CH-53E Super Stallion lands during an airfield seizure exercise at Warren Grove Bombing Range, N.J., June 18, 2018. The exercise increased combined arms proficiency to prepare for real-life scenarios.
Rct. Antuan Fletcher Platoon 3061, India Company, 3rd Recruit Training Battalion, swims 25 meters during swim qualification June 21, 2018, at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C. Fletcher, 18, from Detroit, is scheduled to graduate Aug. 17, 2018.
A U.S. Marine MV-22 Osprey with the 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit lands on the deck of the USS Arlington during Amphibious Squadron-MEU Integration training in the Atlantic Ocean, June 15, 2018. PHIBRON-MEU Integration is a two-week training evolution that allows Sailors and U.S. Marines to train as a cohesive unit in preparation for their upcoming deployment.
A F/A-18 Hornet aircraft assigned to Marine All-Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 533 sits at Hangar 105, Marine Corps Air Station Kaneohe Bay, Marine Corps Base Hawaii, June 22, 2018. The squadron is currently aboard MCBH to support Exercise Rim of the Pacific 2018.
A U.S. Marine Corps MV-22 Osprey with Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 774, Marine Aircraft Group 49, 4th Marine Air Wing, prepares for flight in support of an aerial aircraft refueling mission during the MAG-49 Combined Arms Exercise at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey, June 16, 2018. Joint Base MDL is the nation’s only tri-service installation and home to all five branches, making it an ideal location for the MCAX, a training drill consisting of active duty, Guard and Reserve components.
U.S. Marine Cpl. Tyler Slaggert, a field radio operator with Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force - Southern Command, performs radio checks with soldiers from Joint Task Force - Bravo's 1st Battalion, 228th Aviation Regiment during a communications exercise aboard Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras, to prepare for future joint-level operations, June 19, 2018. The Marines and sailors of SPMAGTF-SC are conducting security cooperation training and engineering projects alongside partner nation military forces in Central and South America. The unit is also on standby to provide humanitarian assistance and disaster relief in the event of a hurricane or other emergency in the region.
Marines with Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force - Southern Command’s communications section prepare to sync their equipment with that of their counterparts in Joint Task Force - Bravo's 1st Battalion, 228th Aviation Regiment’s communications section during a communications exercise aboard Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras, to prepare for future joint-level operations, June 19, 2018. The Marines and sailors of SPMAGTF-SC are conducting security cooperation training and engineering projects alongside partner nation military forces in Central and South America. The unit is also on standby to provide humanitarian assistance and disaster relief in the event of a hurricane or other emergency in the region.
U.S. Army Staff Sgt.Tyrone Hamilton, left, the forward support noncommissioned officer in charge with Joint Task Force - Bravo's 1st Battalion, 228th Aviation Regiment, and U.S. Marine Cpl. Tyler Slaggert, a field radio operator with Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force - Southern Command, link their communications equipment together to secure reliable voice communication during a communications exercise aboard Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras, to prepare for future joint-level operations, June 19, 2018. The Marines and sailors of SPMAGTF-SC are conducting security cooperation training and engineering projects alongside partner nation military forces in Central and South America. The unit is also on standby to provide humanitarian assistance and disaster relief in the event of a hurricane or other emergency in the region.
Sgt. Codi Quevedo, a staff noncommissioned officer in charge for Recruiting Sub-Station Fort Collins, Recruiting Station Denver, prepare to march out on to Coors Field in the Colorado Rockies Stadium in Denver, Colorado, April 6, 2018. All local military branches and first responders participated in the ceremony before the game.
Sgt. Reyes Macedo, a helicopter crew chief with Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 775, Marine Aircraft Group 41, 4th Marine Aircraft Wing, fires a GAU-21 while conducting a close air support mission, during Integrated Training Exercise 4-18 at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, Calif., June 18, 2018. HMLA-775, also known as the “Coyotes," provided air combat element support to Marine Air Ground Task Force 23 during ITX 4-18.
A U.S. Marine assigned to Battalion Landing Team, 2nd Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment, 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit, stands-by for firing commands during a live-fire deck shoot onboard the amphibious assault ship USS Iwo Jima, in the U.S. 5th fleet area of operations, June 19, 2018. Iwo Jima and the 26th MEU are conducting naval operations in the U.S. 5th Fleet area of operations.
Sgt. Reyes Macedo, a helicopter crew chief with Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 775, Marine Aircraft Group 41, 4th Marine Aircraft Wing, prepares to deliver close air support to Marines conducting Integrated Training Exercise 4-18 at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, California, June 18, 2018. HMLA-775, also known as the “Coyotes”, provided air combat element support to Marine Air Ground Task Force 23 during ITX 4-18.
Marine Corps Systems Command awarded a contract to BAE Systems to produce and deliver the Amphibious Combat Vehicle. Following a successful Milestone C decision by the Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, Development, and Acquisition, the contract options worth $198 million will allow BAE Systems to build 30 low rate production vehicles, which will start delivering in the fall of next year.
U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Burman Bedford, an MV-22 Osprey Crew Chief with Marine Medium Tilt Roader Squadron 164 attached to U.S. Marine Corps Forces Central Command, observes routine maintenance of an MV-22 Osprey May 2, 2018. The Osprey squadron increases mobility and capabilities as a part of the Special Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force Crisis Response Central Command 18.2.
Marines with Marine Barracks Washington D.C. execute pass and review during  a Troop Review Ceremony to honor military officials from Brazil and Mexico at the Barracks, June 18, 2018. The Barracks hosted our Brazilian and Mexican military counterparts to honor Commandant of the Brazil Corps of Naval Infantry, Adm. Alexandre Jose Barreto de Mattos, and Coordinator General, Mexico Naval Infantry, Vice Adm. Rafael Lopez Martinez.
U.S. Marine Cpl. Christian P. Cisneros, a CH-53E Super Stallion crew chief with Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force - Southern Command, surveys the local area during a flight near Puerto Castilla, Honduras, June 18, 2018. The Marines and sailors of SPMAGTF-SC are conducting security cooperation training and engineering projects alongside partner nation military forces in Central and South America. The unit is also on standby to provide humanitarian assistance and disaster relief in the event of a hurricane or other emergency in the region.
U.S. Marine Sgt. Bryan Perdigon, an assault amphibian Marine with Battalion Landing Team 3/1, 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit, surveys the sea from his turret while at sea, June 13, 2018. The Essex Amphibious Ready Group and 13th MEU are conducting Composite Training Unit Exercise, the final exercise before the units’ upcoming deployment. This exercise validates the ARG/MEU team’s ability to adapt and execute missions in ever-changing, unknown environments. Upon completion of COMPTUEX, the 13th MEU and Essex ARG will be certified as the nation’s premier forward-deployed, crisis response force, capable of executing missions across the broad spectrum of military operations.