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Albay Governor Joey Salceda, right, presents a Legazpi City passport to Australian Army Maj. Nathan Flindt May 2 following a meeting in Legazpi, Albay province, Philippines. The meeting was one of several between members of the local community, Armed Forces of the Philippines, U.S. and Australian armed forces to discuss the humanitarian civic assistance programs taking place across Albay as a part of Exercise Balikatan. This year marks the 30th iteration of Balikatan, an annual bilateral training exercise between the Philippines and U.S. that increases interoperability and strengthens the longstanding partnership of the two allies. Flindt is assigned to 2nd General Health Battalion.
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U.S. Marines with 3rd Reconnaissance Battalion conduct a “hasty beach report” during an amphibious landing exercise between the Philippine and the U.S. Marine Corps at the Naval Education Training Center here May 9. The training evolution, as part of Balikatan 2014, aimed at enhancing interoperability and strengthening the Philippine-U.S. relationship.
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Philippine Marines assigned to 311th Marine Company, 11th Marine Battalion, perform a squad level fire and maneuver technique while their U.S. Marine Corps counterparts supplied suppressive machine gun fire during live-fire exercises May 9, 2014, at Crow Valley, Philippines, for Balikatan 2014. The two nation’s Marines partnered together to increase efficiency and effectiveness in assaulting an enemy position. Balikatan is an annual training exercise that strengthens the interoperability between the Armed Forces of the Philippines and U.S. military in their commitment to regional security and stability, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief.
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Philippine Marines raise their thumb to signal their weapons are clear after performing squad fire and maneuver training events May 8, 2014, at Crow Valley, Philippines, during Balikatan 2014. The Philippine Marines rushed across a field while U.S. Marines supplied machine gun supporting fire. The bilateral training increased the Philippine and U.S. Marines capabilities for combined operations. Balikatan is an annual training exercise that strengthens the interoperability between the Armed Forces of the Philippines and U.S. military in their commitment to regional security and stability, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief.
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Philippine and U.S. Marines conduct an amphibious landing exercise at the Naval Education and Training Command here May 9. The training evolution, as part of Balikatan 2014, aimed at enhancing interoperability and strengthening the Philippine-U.S. relationship.
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Philippine Marines egress from the beach after conducting an amphibious boat landing exercise at the Naval Education and Training Command here May 9. The training evolution, as part of Balikatan 2014, aimed to enhance familiarity between the AFP and the U.S. Marine Corps and strengthen the Philippine-U.S. relationship.
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SAN ANTONIO, Philippines – Philippine Marines with Marine Special Operation Platoon 2, Marine Battalion Landing Team 2, storm the beach during an amphibious boat landing exercise with the U.S. Marine Corps at the Naval Education Training Center here May 9. The training evolution, as part of Balikatan 2014, aimed at enhancing interoperability and strengthening the Philippine-U.S. relationship.
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U.S. Marines with 3rd Reconnaissance Battalion conduct a “hasty beach report” during an amphibious landing exercise between the Philippine and the U.S. Marine Corps at the Naval Education Training Center here May 9. The training evolution, as part of Balikatan 2014, aimed at enhancing interoperability and strengthening the Philippine-U.S. relationship.
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A U.S. Marine with 3rd Reconnaissance Battalion approached the shoreline for a “hasty beach report” during an amphibious landing exercise between the Philippine and the U.S. Marine Corps at the Naval Education Training Center here May 9. The training evolution, as part of Balikatan 2014, aimed at enhancing interoperability and strengthening the Philippine-U.S. relationship.
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Members of the Philippine National Police and U.S. armed forces work together to finish their first responder practical application exam May 8 during a first responder training course in Legazpi, City, Albay province, Philippines. The seminar was part of Exercise Balikatan, a annual bilateral training exercise that strengthens interoperability and enhances military-to-military relations between the U.S. and the Philippines.
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Students practice performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation as part of the practical application exam May 2 during first responder training in Legazpi City, Albay province, Philippines. The medical training is part of Exercise Balikatan, an annual bilateral training exercise that increases interoperability and enhances military-to-military relations between the Philippines and the U.S.
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Following a combined amphibious assault landing, Philippine and U.S. Marines post security during a bilateral exercise near Zambales, Philippines, May 9, 2014 as part of Balikatan 2014. The assault enhanced Marine landing maneuvers and expeditionary capabilities, optimizing combined operations for the future. Balikatan is an annual training exercise that strengthens the interoperability between Armed Forces of the Philippines and U.S. military in their commitment to regional securing and stability, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief.
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A Philippine and U.S. Marine train their rifles at potential targets following a beach assault during a bilateral exercise near Zambales, Philippines, May 9, 2014 as part of Balikatan 2014. The assault enhanced Marine landing maneuvers and expeditionary capabilities, optimizing combined operations for the future. Balikatan is an annual training exercise that strengthens the interoperability between Armed Forces of the Philippines and U.S. military in their commitment to regional securing and stability, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief.
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Philippine and U.S. Marines conduct a bilateral amphibious assault near Zambales, Philippines, May 9, 2014, as part of Balikatan 2014. The assault enhanced Marine landing maneuvers and expeditionary capabilities, optimizing combined operations for the future. Balikatan is an annual training exercise that strengthens the interoperability between Armed Forces of the Philippines and U.S. military in their commitment to regional securing and stability, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief.
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Sgt. Christopher Franks and Tech Sgt. Samson Nagasao discuss the Kestrel handheld weather sensor during Balikatan May 8 2014 at Clark Air Field. By exchanging information and ideas, the Philippine Air Force and U.S. Marines strengthen their partnership. Balikatan, in its 30th iteration, is an annual bilateral exercise between the U.S. and the Republic of the Philippines and aims at building the nations interoperability during joint planning, contingency, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations. Franks is a meteorology and oceanography analyst forecaster with Marine Air Traffic Control Squadron 4, Marine Air Control Group 18, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing. Nagasao is a weather technician with 900th Weather Group, Philippine Air Force.
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Gunnery Sgt. Thomas Reyes conducts a subject matter expert exchange about the Local Sensor Subsystem with Tech Sgt. Samson Nagasao, during Balikatan May 8 2014 at Clark Air Field. The LSS, a mission critical asset, collects meteorological data. The collected data is analyzed and disseminated to U.S. and allied forces and provides accurate and timely weather information. Balikatan, in its 30th iteration, is an annual bilateral exercise between the U.S. and the Republic of the Philippines and aims at building the nations interoperability during joint planning, contingency, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations. Reyes is a meteorology and oceanography chief with Marine Air Traffic Control Squadron 4, Marine Air Control Group 18, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing. Nagasao is a weather technician with 900th Weather Group, Philippine Air Force.
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