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U.S. Army soldiers patrol during a live-fire exercise Feb. 15 at Ban Dan Lan Hoi, Kingdom of Thailand, as part of Exercise Cobra Gold 2014. The exercise, in its 33rd iteration, is a Thai-U.S. co-sponsored multinational, joint theater security cooperation exercise conducted annually in the Kingdom of Thailand. The soldiers are with Company A, 1st Battalion, 21st Infantry Regiment, 2nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division.
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U.S. Army soldiers move a simulated casualty during a live-fire exercise Feb. 15 at Ban Dan Lan Hoi, Kingdom of Thailand, as part of Exercise Cobra Gold 2014. The exercise, in its 33rd iteration, is a Thai-U.S. co-sponsored multinational, joint theater security cooperation exercise conducted annually in the Kingdom of Thailand. The soldiers are with Company A, 1st Battalion, 21st Infantry Regiment, 2nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division.
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U.S. Army soldiers move a simulated casualty during a live-fire exercise Feb. 15 at Ban Dan Lan Hoi, Kingdom of Thailand, as part of Exercise Cobra Gold 2014. The exercise, in its 33rd iteration, is a Thai-U.S. co-sponsored multinational, joint theater security cooperation exercise conducted annually in the Kingdom of Thailand. The soldiers are with Company A, 1st Battalion, 21st Infantry Regiment, 2nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division.
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U.S. Army Brig. Gen. Todd McCaffery speaks with soldiers after the live-fire exercise Feb. 15 at Ban Dan Lan Hoi, Kingdom of Thailand, during Exercise Cobra Gold 2014. The exercise, in its 33rd iteration, is a Thai-U.S. co-sponsored multinational, joint theater security cooperation exercise conducted annually in the Kingdom of Thailand. McCaffery is the deputy commanding general for the 25th Infantry Division. The soldiers are with Company A, 1st Battalion, 21st Infantry Regiment, 2nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division.
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Royal Thai and U.S. Marines prepare to do an MV-22B Osprey aerial transport at Utaphao, Kingdom of Thailand Feb. 17 during Exercise Cobra Gold 2014. Thailand and the United States are committed to working together in areas of common interest for the betterment of regional security. Our long-standing alliance and partnership continues to grow and strengthen. The U.S. Marines are Landing Support Specialists with Combat Logistics Battalion 4, Combat Logistics Regiment 3, 3rd Marine Logistics Group. The Royal Thai Marines are shore management with Landing Force Company, Support Regiment, Marine Corps Division.
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Royal Thai and U.S. Marines begin to load the shipping container to the MV-22B Osprey at Utaphao, Kingdom of Thailand Feb. 17 during Exercise Cobra Gold 2014. Thailand and the United States are committed to working together in areas of common interest for the betterment of regional security. Our long-standing alliance and partnership continues to grow and strengthen. The U.S. Marines are Landing Support Specialists with Combat Logistics Battalion 4, Combat Logistics Regiment 3, 3rd Marine Logistics Group. The Royal Thai Marines are shore management with Landing Force Company, Support Regiment, Marine Corps Division.
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U.S. Marine Gunnery Sgt. Derrick Sanders is supported by Marines Lance Cpl. Shane Sager, left, and Lance Cpl. Jamie Taylor as Sanders gets tased during nonlethal weapons training at Camp Samaesan, Kingdom of Thailand, Feb. 15, during exercise Cobra Gold 14. As part of this training, Royal Thai and U.S. Marines had to be tased and shot with oleoresin capsicum spray. Describing the sensation of being tased versus sprayed, U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Benjamin Stanfield (not pictured) while still reeling from the effects, smiled and said, “[Tasing was the] worst five seconds of my life … but when it’s over, it’s over, and then it’s instant relief. OC feels like someone lit fire to your face, attached fish hooks to your eyelids and suspended them with cement blocks.” CG 14 is a multinational exercise designed to advance regional security and ensure effective response to regional crises. This training contributed to security by encouraging force-deescalation and cautious employment of such devices. Sanders is a packaging specialist with Combat Logistics Battalion 4, 4th Marine Regiment. Stanfield, Sager and Taylor are military policemen with 3rd Law Enforcement Battalion, III Marine Expeditionary Force Headquarters Group. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Joy M. Kirch-Kelling /Released)
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U.S. Marine Sgt. Alejandro Paredes reacts to the high discomfort of oleoresin capsicum exposure at a nonlethal weapons training session in Samaesan, Kingdom of Thailand, Feb. 15, during exercise Cobra Gold 14. As part of this training, Royal Thai and U.S. Marines had to be tased and shot with OC spray. Describing the sensation of being tased versus sprayed, U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Benjamin Stanfield (not pictured) while still reeling from the effects, smiled and said, “[Tasing was the] worst five seconds of my life … but when it’s over, it’s over, and then it’s instant relief. OC feels like someone lit fire to your face, attached fish hooks to your eyelids and suspended them with cement blocks.” CG 14 is a multinational exercise designed to advance regional security and ensure effective response to regional crises. This training contributed to security capabilities by encouraging force deescalation and cautious employment of such devices. Paredes is a packaging specialist with Combat Logistics Battalion 4, 4th Marine Regiment. Stanfield is military policemen with 3rd Law Enforcement Battalion, III Marine Expeditionary Force Headquarters Group. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Joy M. Kirch-Kelling /Released)
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Brig. Gen. Steven Rudder receives two patches from Group Captain Ponlawat Intarawised upon his arrival to Wing One Royal Thai Air Force Base, Nakhon Ratchasima, Kingdom of Thailand, Feb. 16 during Exercise Cobra Gold 2014. CG 14 is a joint, multinational exercise conducted annually in the Kingdom of Thailand aimed at enhancing and increasing multinational interoperability. Rudder is the commanding general for 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, III Marine Expeditionary Force. Intarawised is a deputy commander with Wing One, Royal Thai Air Force. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. James R. Smith/released)
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Royal Thai and U.S. Marines work together to hook up the shipping container to the MV-22B Osprey at Utaphao, Kingdom of Thailand Feb. 17 during Exercise Cobra Gold 2014. Cobra Gold, in its 33rd iteration, demonstrates the U.S. and the Kingdom of Thailand’s commitment to our long-standing alliance and regional partnership, prosperity and security in the Asia-Pacific region. The U.S. Marines are Landing Support Specialists with Combat Logistics Battalion 4, Combat Logistics Regiment 3, 3rd Marine Logistics Group. The Royal Thai Marines are shore management with Landing Force Company, Support Regiment, Marine Corps Division.
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Royal Thai and U.S. Armed Forces prepare to land after jumping out of a Boeing C-17 Globemaster III during a combined strategic air drop demonstration during Exercise Cobra Gold 2014 in Lop Buri, Kingdom of Thailand, Feb. 15. Cobra Gold, in its 33rd iteration, demonstrates the U.S. and the Kingdom of Thailand's commitment to our long-standing alliance and regional partnership, prosperity and security in the Asia-Pacific region. The aerial insertion of over 400 combined troops belonging to the Royal Thai and U.S. Armed Forces was held in order to demonstrate forcible entry capabilities.
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Military leaders from multiple countries watch a combined strategic air drop during Exercise Cobra Gold 2014 in Lop Buri, Kingdom of Thailand Feb. 15. Cobra Gold, in its 33rd iteration, demonstrates the U.S. and the
Kingdom of Thailand's commitment to our long-standing alliance and regional partnership, prosperity and security in the Asia-Pacific region. The aerial insertion of more than 400 combined troops belonging to the Royal Thai and U.S. Armed Forces was held in order to demonstrate forcible entry capabilities.
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From the left, Royal Thai Lt. Gen. Chalermchai Sitthisad, Maj. Gen. Wittaya Wachirakul,, U.S. Marine Corps Brig. Gen. Richard Simcock, and U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Roger A. Mathews, laugh during a conversation
while watching a combined strategic air drop demonstration during Exercise Cobra Gold 2014 in Lop Buri, Kingdom of Thailand Feb. 15. Cobra Gold, in its 33rd iteration, demonstrates the U.S. and the Kingdom of Thailand's commitment to our long-standing alliance and regional partnership, prosperity and security in the Asia-Pacific region. The aerial insertion of over 400 combined troops belonging to the Royal Thai and U.S. Armed Forces was held in order to demonstrate forcible entry capabilities. Sitthisad is the commanding general, Special Warfare Command. Wattaya is the command of Royal Thai J7.
Mathews is the commanding general of U.S. Army Pacific. Simcock is the deputy commanding general of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific.
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LOP BURI, Thailand - Major Gen. Roger Mathews, deputy commanding general, U.S. Army Pacific (right) and Brig. Gen. Richard L. Simcock, II deputy commanding general, U. S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, watch as approximately 400 U.S. service members and Royal Thai Armed Forces paratroopers jump into Thailand as part of Exercise Cobra Gold 14, an annual Thai-U.S. co-sponsored joint and multinational exercise. Feb. 15. Paratroopers with U.S. Army 4th Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), 25th Infantry Division, U.S. Marine Corps and Thai counterparts traveled19 hours directly from Alaska and jumped at 14,000 feet from five C-17 Globemaster IIIs. This training opportunity demonstrates the ability to project this unit anywhere around the world, quickly and with joint support.
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U.S. Marines join Royal Thai service members during a cultural experience of Thai food, dancing, and Muay Thai fighting demonstrations as part of Exercise Cobra Gold 2014 in Phitsanulok, Kingdom of Thailand, Feb. 14. CG 14 is a multinational exercise developed to strengthen interoperability between the Kingdom of Thailand and the U.S. The Marines are with Company A, 9th Engineer Support Battalion, 3rd Marine Logistics Group, III Marine Expeditionary Force.
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U.S. Marines join Royal Thai service members during a cultural experience of Thai food, dancing, and Muay Thai fighting demonstrations as part of Exercise Cobra Gold 2014 in Phitsanulok, Kingdom of Thailand, Feb. 14. CG 14 is a multinational exercise developed to strengthen interoperability between the Kingdom of Thailand and the U.S. The Marines are with Company A, 9th Engineer Support Battalion, 3rd Marine Logistics Group, III Marine Expeditionary Force.
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