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A U.S. Soldier assigned to the 1st Battalion, 27th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division, briefs information to Philippine Army Soldiers assigned to the 7th Infantry Division during a field training exercise at Fort Magsaysay, Philippines, April 20, 2015. The training occurred during joint training exercise Balikatan 2015. Bilateral training exercises, such as Balikatan, improve the readiness of both armed forces, help maintain a high level of readiness, enhance military-to-military relations and combined combat capabilities.
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Philippine Army Soldiers assigned to the 7th Infantry Division watch their sectors of fire as a U.S. Soldier assigned to the 25th Infantry Division, observes their execution during a field training exercise at Fort Magsaysay, Philippines, April 20, 2015. The training occurred during joint training exercise Balikatan 2015. Bilateral training exercises, such as Balikatan, improve the readiness of both armed forces, help maintain a high level of readiness, enhance military-to-military relations and combined combat capabilities.
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U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Charles A. Flynn, commander of the 25th Infantry Division, meets with the Commander of 1st Battalion, 27th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division, Lt. Col. Neal Mayo, during a field training exercise at Fort Magsaysay, Philippines, April 20, 2015.  The training occurred during joint training exercise Balikatan 2015. Bilateral training exercises, such as Balikatan, improve the readiness of both armed forces, help maintain a high level of readiness, enhance military-to-military relations and combined combat capabilities.
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U.S. Soldier turns away from the rotor wash of the landing UH-60 Black Hawk transporting Soldiers to the landing zone during a field training exercise at Fort Magsaysay, Philippines, April 20, 2015. The training occurred during joint training exercise Balikatan 2015. Bilateral training exercises, such as Balikatan, improve the readiness of both armed forces, help maintain a high level of readiness, enhance military-to-military relations and combined combat capabilities.
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U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Charles A. Flynn (left), commander of the 25th Infantry Division, with Col. David Womack, Commander of 2nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 25ID, observe the ground movements of both 2SBCT and Philippine Army Soldiers from a UH-60 Black Hawk during joint training exercise Balikatan 2015, at Fort Magsaysay, Philippines, April 20, 2015. Bilateral training exercises, such as Balikatan, improve the readiness of both armed forces, help maintain a high level of readiness, enhance military-to-military relations and combined combat capabilities.
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A Philippine Soldier assigned to the 7th Infantry Division and a U.S. Soldier 1st Battalion, 27th Infantry Regiment, performs casualty evacuation during field training at Ft. Magsaysay, Philippines, as part of exercise Balikatan 2015, April 23. U.S. Soldiers from 1-27, which is a part of 2nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, have been working shoulder-to-shoulder with Philippine Soldiers from the 7ID during BK15. Bilateral training exercises, such as Balikatan, improve the readiness of both armed forces and helps maintain a high level of readiness, and enhances military-to-military relations and combined combat capabilities.
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U.S. Army Observer-Controller-Trainer monitors assigned to the 7th Infantry Division conduct casualty evacuation during joint field training at Ft. Magsaysay, Philippines, as part of exercise Balikatan 2015, April 23. U.S. Soldiers from 1st Battalion, 27th Infantry Regiment, which is a part of 2nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, have been working shoulder-to-shoulder with Philippine Soldiers from the 7ID during BK15. Bilateral training exercises, such as Balikatan, improve the readiness of both armed forces and helps maintain a high level of readiness, and enhances military-to-military relations and combined combat capabilities.
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Philippine Army Col. Lawrence Mina, left, commander of Task Force Kalayaan, and U.S. Army Lt. Col. Neal Mayo, commander of 1st Battalion, 27th Infantry Regiment, observe room clearing exercises at Ft. Magsaysay, Philippines, as part of exercise Balikatan 2015, April 23. U.S. Soldiers from 1-27, which is a part of 2nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, have been working shoulder-to-shoulder with Philippine Soldiers from the 7ID during BK15. Bilateral training exercises, such as Balikatan, improve the readiness of both armed forces and helps maintain a high level of readiness, and enhances military-to-military relations and combined combat capabilities.
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Philippine Soldiers assigned to the 7th Infantry Division stack on a wall during joint field training at Ft. Magsaysay, Philippines, as part of exercise Balikatan 2015, April 23. U.S. Soldiers from 1st Battalion, 27th Infantry Regiment, which is a part of 2nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, have been working shoulder-to-shoulder with Philippine Soldiers from the 7ID during BK15. Bilateral training exercises, such as Balikatan, improve the readiness of both armed forces and helps maintain a high level of readiness, and enhances military-to-military relations and combined combat capabilities.
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Philippine Soldiers assigned to the 7th Infantry Division move up a stairway after breaching the main objective during joint field training at Ft. Magsaysay, Philippines, as part of exercise Balikatan 2015, April 23. U.S. Soldiers from 1st Battalion, 27th Infantry Regiment, which is a part of 2nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, have been working shoulder-to-shoulder with Philippine Soldiers from the 7ID during BK15. Bilateral training exercises, such as Balikatan, improve the readiness of both armed forces and helps maintain a high level of readiness, and enhances military-to-military relations and combined combat capabilities.
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A U.S. Army Observer-Controller-Trainer monitor assigned to the Philippine Army’s 7th Infantry Division setup breaching explosives on a door during tactical-level field training as part of exercise Balikatan 2015 at Ft. Magsaysay, Philippines, April 23. U.S. Soldiers from 1st Battalion, 27th Infantry Regiment, which is a part of 2nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, have been working shoulder-to-shoulder with Philippine soldiers from the 7ID during BK15. Bilateral training exercises, such as Balikatan, improve the readiness of both armed forces and helps maintain a high level of readiness, and enhances military-to-military relations and combined combat capabilities.
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U.S. Air Force aircrew from the 36th Airlift Squadron, Yokota Air Base, Japan, conduct mission plan for an airdrop with Philippine air force aircrew from the 220th Airlift Wing, at Brig. Gen. Benito Ebuen Air Base, Philippines, April 25, as part of exercise Balikatan 2015. Bilateral training, such as the kind practiced at BK15, proved its effectiveness when Philippine and U.S. forces conducted a relief mission in November 2013 during Operation Damayan in the wake of Super Typhoon Haiyan, which devastated more than 35 provinces in the Philippine and displaced nearly half a million residents.
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U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Nicholas Oswald, a loadmaster, 36th Airlift Squadron, Yokota Air Base, Japan, watches as the parachute attached to a low-cost, low-altitude bundle mission plan deploys during an airdrop, April 24, as part of exercise Balikatan 2015. Balikatan is an annual bilateral exercise involving U.S. military and Armed Forces of the Philippines personnel and subject matter experts from Philippine Civil Defense agencies.
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U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Ronald Flanagan, an aircrew flight equipment apprentice, 374th Operations Support Squadron, Yokota Air Base, Japan, calibrates a pair of night-vision goggles with Philippine 1st Lt. Jo Baniqued, C-130 Hercules co-pilot, 220th Airlift Wing, at Brig. Gen. Benito Ebuen Air Base, Philippines, before a night flight, April 24, as part of exercise Balikatan 2015. This year marks the 31st iteration of the exercise, which is an annual Philippines-U.S. bilateral military training exercise and humanitarian civic assistance engagement.
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U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Nicholas Oswald, a loadmaster, 374th Operations Support Squadron, Yokota Air Base, Japan, views an airdrop video with Philippine air force loadmasters during a night flight, April 24, as part of exercise Balikatan 2015. The exercise provides an opportunity for Philippine and U.S. forces to continue strengthening relationships and bilateral cooperation.
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U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Nicholas Oswald, a loadmaster, 374th Operations Support Squadron, Yokota Air Base, Japan, sits with Philippine air force aircrew members during a night flight, April 24, as part of exercise Balikatan 2015. Balikatan is a Filipino term that means "shoulder to shoulder," or "sharing the load together," and characterizes the spirit of the exercise, focusing on Philippine-U.S. partnership and commitment to the Mutual Defense Treaty.
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