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Balikatan 2015 Photos
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Philippine Marine Corps Cpl. Jason Tallud with Battalion Landing Team 4, 3rd Marine Brigade, shows U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Jerome Holland, a combat medic with Civil Affairs Team 742, Delta Company, 97th Civil Affairs Battalion, how to make fire using bamboo during Jungle Survival training in Puerto Princesa, Philippines, during exercise Balikatan 2015, April 28. The Jungle Survival training, taught by the Philippine Marine Corps, was held to instruct military members as well as practice techniques to become more effective when responding to crisis in the region.
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Philippine Marine Corps Cpl. Jason Tallud with Battalion Landing Team 4, 3rd Marine Brigade, instructs U.S. soldiers with Civil Affairs Team 742, Delta Company, 97th Civil Affairs Battalion and Philippine forces, during Jungle Survival training in Puerto Princesa, Philippines, during exercise Balikatan 2015, April 28. The Jungle Survival training, taught by the Philippine Marine Corps, was held to instruct military members and practice techniques to become more effective when responding to crisis in the region.
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Service members from the Philippine Marine Corps, Coast Guard, National Police and U.S. participate in Jungle Survival training in Puerto Princesa, Philippines, during exercise Balikatan 2015, April 28. The Jungle Survival training, taught by the Philippine Marine Corps, was held to instruct military members and practice techniques to become more effective when responding to crisis in the region.
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Philippine Marine Corps Cpl. Jason Tallud with Battalion Landing Team 4, 3rd Marine Brigade, pours water into a bamboo pot during Jungle Survival training in Puerto Princesa, Philippines, during exercise Balikatan 2015, April 28. The Jungle Survival training, taught by the Philippine Marine Corps, was held to instruct military members and practice techniques to become more effective when responding to crisis in the region.
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U.S. Army Capt. Paul McCready, team leader with Civil Affairs Team 742, Delta Company, 97th Civil Affairs Battalion, cuts open bamboo during Jungle Survival training in Puerto Princesa, Philippines, during exercise Balikatan 2015, April 28. The Jungle Survival training, taught by the Philippine Marine Corps, was held to instruct military members and practice techniques to become more effective when responding to crisis in the region.
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Philippine Marine Corps Cpl. Jason Tallud with Battalion Landing Team 4, 3rd Marine Brigade, shows U.S. Army Capt. Paul McCready, team leader with Civil Affairs Team 742, Delta Company, 97th Civil Affairs Battalion, how to make fire using bamboo during Jungle Survival training in Puerto Princesa, Philippines, during exercise Balikatan 2015, April 28. The Jungle Survival training, taught by the Philippine Marine Corps, was held to instruct military members and practice techniques to become more effective when responding to crisis in the region.
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Philippine Marine Corps Cpl. Jason Tallud with Battalion Landing Team 4, 3rd Marine Brigade, shows U.S. Army Capt. Paul MacCready, team leader with Civil Affairs Team 742, Delta Company, 97th Civil Affairs Battalion, how to make fire using bamboo during Jungle Survival training in Puerto Princesa, Philippines, during exercise Balikatan 2015, April 28. The Jungle Survival training, taught by the Philippine Marine Corps, was held to instruct military members and practice techniques to become more effective when responding to crisis in the region.
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Philippine Marine Corps Cpl. Jose Ryan Tinio, a combat medic with Battalion Landing Team 4, 3rd Marine Brigade, shows military members participating in Jungle Survival training how to utilize a trap in Puerto Princesa, Philippines, during exercise Balikatan 2015, April 28. The Jungle Survival training, taught by the Philippine Marine Corps, was held to instruct military members as well as practice techniques to become more effective when responding to crisis in the region.
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Philippine Marine Cpl. Jason Tallud with Battalion Landing Team 4, 3rd Marine Brigade, shows U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Jerome Holland, a combat medic with Civil Affairs Team 742, Delta Company, 97th Civil Affairs Battalion, how to make a snare trap during jungle survival training in Puerto Princesa, on the island of Palawan, Philippines, during exercise Balikatan 2015, April 28. The jungle survival training, taught by the Philippine Marine Corps, was held to instruct military members as well as practice techniques to become more effective when adapting to ones surroundings.
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Philippine Marine Corps Cpl. Jason Tallud with Battalion Landing Team 4, 3rd Marine Brigade, instructs participants on how to make fire using bamboo during Jungle Survival training in Puerto Princesa, Philippines, during exercise Balikatan 2015, April 28. The Jungle Survival training, taught by the Philippine Marine Corps, was held to instruct military members as well as practice techniques to become more effective when responding to crisis in the region.
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Civilians, Armed Forces of the Philippines and U.S. service members pose for a photograph during a ribbon cutting and turnover of school buildings ceremony at Santa Lordes High School in Puerto Princesa, on the island of Palawan, Philippines, April 29.  The construction was part of humanitarian and civic action projects during exercise Balikatan 2015. This year marks the 31st iteration of the exercise, which is an annual Philippines-U.S. military bilateral training exercise and humanitarian civic assistance engagement.
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Teenagers dance during a ribbon cutting and turnover of school buildings ceremony at Santa Lordes High School in Puerto Princesa, on the island of Palawan, Philippines, April 29. The construction was part of humanitarian and civic action projects during exercise Balikatan 2015. This year marks the 31st iteration of the exercise, which is an annual Philippines-U.S. military bilateral training exercise and humanitarian civic assistance engagement.
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Leadership from the school, Armed Forces of the Philippines and U.S. service members cut the ribbon during a ribbon cutting and turnover of school buildings ceremony at Santa Lordes High School in Puerto Princesa, on the island of Palawan, Philippines, April 29. The construction was part of humanitarian and civic action projects during exercise Balikatan 2015. This year marks the 31st iteration of the exercise, which is an annual Philippines-U.S. military bilateral training exercise and humanitarian civic assistance engagement.
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Teenagers dance during a ribbon cutting and turnover of school buildings ceremony at Santa Lordes High School in Puerto Princesa, on the island of Palawan, Philippines April 29.  The construction was part of humanitarian and civic action projects during exercise Balikatan 2015. This year marks the 31st iteration of the exercise, which is an annual Philippines-U.S. military bilateral training exercise and humanitarian civic assistance engagement.
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Armed Forces of the Philippines and U.S. service members hand over a symbolic key to school leadership during a ribbon cutting and turnover of school buildings ceremony at Santa Lordes High School in Puerto Princesa, on the island of Palawan, Philippines, April 29.  The construction was part of humanitarian and civic action projects during exercise Balikatan 2015. This year marks the 31st iteration of the exercise, which is an annual Philippines-U.S. military bilateral training exercise and humanitarian civic assistance engagement.
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U.S. Navy Capt. James Meyer, commander of Combined-Joint Civil-Military Operations Task Force, presents remarks during a ribbon cutting and turnover of school buildings ceremony at Santa Lordes High School in Puerto Princesa, on the island of Palawan, Philippines, April 29. The construction was part of humanitarian and civic action projects during exercise Balikatan 2015. This year marks the 31st iteration of the exercise, which is an annual Philippines-U.S. military bilateral training exercise and humanitarian civic assistance engagement.
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