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Surgeons from the Mongolian Armed Forces and the Republic of Korea operate on a patient at the MAF's Central Clinical Hospital in Ulaanbaatar during exercise Khaan Quest's Subject Matter Expert Exchange, Aug. 9. The SMEE and Cooperative Health Engagement in nearby Nalaikh district brought a multinational team of medical officers together in both classroom and clinical settings to gain experience, enhance interoperability and be exposed to different tactics, techniques and procedures in the military medical field. Khaan Quest is a peacekeeping operations-focused, combined training event between U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific, U.S. Army Pacific, and the MAF. MARFORPAC and USARPAC have conducted similar training with MAF since 2003, and this exercise marks the 11th iteration of the exercise.
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Navy Lt. Cmdr. Brent Becker, a medical officer with III Marine Expeditionary Force, delivers a class on burn injuries during the Subject Matter Expert Exchange at the Central Clinical Hospital of the Mongolian Armed Forces in Ulaanbaatar, Aug.9. Military medical professionals from Canada, Republic of Korea and the U.S. join counterparts with the Mongolian Armed Forces as well as local health professionals during a 4-day Subject Matter Expert Exchange at the MAF's Central Clinical Hospital in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, during exercise Khaan Quest, Aug. 9. The SMEE and Cooperative Health Engagement in nearby Nalaikh district brought a multinational team of medical officers together in both classroom and clinical settings to gain experience, enhance interoperability and be exposed to different tactics, techniques and procedures. Khaan Quest is a peacekeeping operations-focused, combined training event between U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific, U.S. Army Pacific, and the MAF. MARFORPAC and USARPAC have conducted similar training with MAF since 2003, and this exercise marks the 11th iteration of the exercise.
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Military medical professionals from Canada, Republic of Korea and the U.S. join counterparts with the Mongolian Armed Forces as well as local health professionals during a 4-day Subject Matter Expert Exchange at the MAF's Central Clinical Hospital in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, during exercise Khaan Quest, Aug. 9. The SMEE and Cooperative Health Engagement in nearby Nalaikh district brought a multinational team of medical officers together in both classroom and clinical settings to gain experience, enhance interoperability and be exposed to different tactics, techniques and procedures. Khaan Quest is a peacekeeping operations-focused, combined training event between U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific, U.S. Army Pacific, and the MAF. MARFORPAC and USARPAC have conducted similar training with MAF since 2003, and this year's exercise marks the 11th iteration of the exercise.
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Soldiers with the Mongolian Armed Forces role play as both rioters and peacekeepers while training on the vehicle checkpoint lane, Aug. 8. Khaan Quest is a peacekeeping operations-focused, combined training event between U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific, U.S. Army Pacific, and the MAF. MARFORPAC and USARPAC have conducted similar training with MAF since 2003, and this exercise marks the 11th iteration of Khaan Quest. Military personnel from Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, India, Nepal, Republic of Korea, Tajikistan, United Kingdom and Vietnam are also participating in the exercise.
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Soldiers with the Mongolian Armed Forces role play as both rioters and peacekeepers while training on the vehicle checkpoint lane, Aug. 8. Khaan Quest is a peacekeeping operations-focused, combined training event between U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific, U.S. Army Pacific, and the MAF. MARFORPAC and USARPAC have conducted similar training with MAF since 2003, and this exercise marks the 11th iteration of Khaan Quest. Military personnel from Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, India, Nepal, Republic of Korea, Tajikistan, United Kingdom and Vietnam are also participating in the exercise.
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Soldiers with the Mongolian Armed Forces role play as both rioters and peacekeepers while training on the vehicle checkpoint lane, Aug. 8. Khaan Quest is a peacekeeping operations-focused, combined training event between U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific, U.S. Army Pacific, and the MAF. MARFORPAC and USARPAC have conducted similar training with MAF since 2003, and this exercise marks the 11th iteration of Khaan Quest. Military personnel from Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, India, Nepal, Republic of Korea, Tajikistan, United Kingdom and Vietnam are also participating in the exercise.
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Soldiers with the Mongolian Armed Forces role play as both rioters and peacekeepers while training on the vehicle checkpoint lane, Aug. 8. Khaan Quest is a peacekeeping operations-focused, combined training event between U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific, U.S. Army Pacific, and the MAF. MARFORPAC and USARPAC have conducted similar training with MAF since 2003, and this exercise marks the 11th iteration of Khaan Quest. Military personnel from Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, India, Nepal, Republic of Korea, Tajikistan, United Kingdom and Vietnam are also participating in the exercise.
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(From right) Gen. Shigeru Iwasaki, Chief of the Joint Staff for the Japan Self Defense Forces and Japan's top uniformed military official, and Mongolian Armed Forces Col. B. Baatar, commanding officer of Tavan Tolgoi (Five Hills) Training Area, take a ride in a Zodiac inflatable boat during Iwasaki's visit to Five Hills Training Area, Aug. 8. The boat was piloted by Lance Cpl. Gregory Patterson, Alpha Company, 9th Engineer Support Battalion out of Okinawa Japan, and U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Colin Oppeguard, a member of the 1-297th Reconnaissance and Surveillance Battalion, Alaska Army National Guard. Khaan Quest is a peacekeeping operations-focused, combined training event between U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific, U.S. Army Pacific, and the MAF. MARFORPAC and USARPAC have conducted similar training with MAF since 2003, and this exercise marks the 11th iteration of Khaan Quest. Military personnel from Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, India, Nepal, Republic of Korea, Tajikistan, United Kingdom and Vietnam are also participating in the exercise.
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U.S. Army Staff Sgt. David Hoskins demonstrates the trigger mechanism on a victim-operated improvised explosive device to Gen. Shigeru Iwasaki, Chief of the Joint Staff for the Japan Self Defense Forces and Japan's top uniformed military official, during Iwasaki's visit to Five Hills Training Area, Aug. 8. Khaan Quest is a peacekeeping operations-focused, combined training event between U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific, U.S. Army Pacific, and the MAF. MARFORPAC and USARPAC have conducted similar training with MAF since 2003, and this exercise marks the 11th iteration of Khaan Quest. Military personnel from Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, India, Nepal, Republic of Korea, Tajikistan, United Kingdom and Vietnam are also participating in the exercise. Hoskins, from Millersburg, Ohio, and serving as the counter-IED lane trainer during exercise Khaan Quest, is member of 2-35th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade, 25th Infantry Regiment, and currently attached to the Asia Pacific C-IED Fusion Center, USARPAC, out of Schoefield Barracks, Hawaii.
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Gen. Shigeru Iwasaki, Chief of the Joint Staff for the Japan Self Defense Forces and Japan's top uniformed military official, receives a series of small gifts from Mongolian Armed Forces Col. B. Baatar, commanding officer of Tavan Tolgoi (Five Hills) Training Area, Aug. 8. Khaan Quest is a peacekeeping operations-focused, combined training event between U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific, U.S. Army Pacific, and the MAF. MARFORPAC and USARPAC have conducted similar training with MAF since 2003, and this exercise marks the 11th iteration of Khaan Quest. Military personnel from Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, India, Nepal, Republic of Korea, Tajikistan, United Kingdom and Vietnam are also participating in the exercise.
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Mongolian Armed Forces Col. B. Baatar (right), commanding officer of Tavan Tolgoi (Five Hills) Training Area, asks Gen. Shigeru Iwasaki, Chief of the Joint Staff for the Japan Self Defense Forces and Japan's top uniformed military official, to sign a guestbook during Gen. Iwasaki's visit to Five Hills Training Area, Aug. 8. Khaan Quest is a peacekeeping operations-focused, combined training event between U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific, U.S. Army Pacific, and the MAF. MARFORPAC and USARPAC have conducted similar training with MAF since 2003, and this exercise marks the 11th iteration of Khaan Quest. Military personnel from Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, India, Nepal, Republic of Korea, Tajikistan, United Kingdom and Vietnam are also participating in the exercise.
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Col. Hector Velez (right), U.S. exercise director for Khaan Quest 2013, and Mongolian Armed Forces Col. B. Baatar (center), commanding officer of Tavan Tolgoi (Five Hills) Training Area, greet Gen. Shigeru Iwasaki, Chief of the Joint Staff for the Japan Self Defense Forces and Japan's top uniformed military official, during his visit to Five Hills Training Area, Aug. 8. Khaan Quest is a peacekeeping operations-focused, combined training event between U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific, U.S. Army Pacific, and the MAF. MARFORPAC and USARPAC have conducted similar training with MAF since 2003, and this exercise marks the 11th iteration of Khaan Quest. Military personnel from Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, India, Nepal, Republic of Korea, Tajikistan, United Kingdom and Vietnam are also participating in the exercise.
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U.S. Army Sgt. Christopher French with Alaska National Guard along with members of the Mongolian Armed Forces, Australian Army, South Korean Army and U.S. Marines  debrief a platoon of Marines after a cordon and search lane at Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia on Aug. 08, 2013. Khaan Quest is an annual multinational exercise sponsored by the U.S. and Mongolia, and it is designed to strengthen the capabilities of U.S., Mongolian and other nations' forces in international peace support operations.
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Australian Army Capt. Scott Tobias with School of Infantry, Australian Army and U.S. Army Sgt. Christopher French with Alaska National Guard along with members of the Mongolian Armed Forces, South Korean Army and U.S. Marines debrief a platoon of Marines after a cordon and search lane at Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia on Aug. 08, 2013. Khaan Quest is an annual multinational exercise sponsored by the U.S. and Mongolia, and it is designed to strengthen the capabilities of U.S., Mongolian and other nations' forces in international peace support operations.
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U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Nicholas Moore with 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division shouts orders to other memers of his team during a cordon and search lane ledt by members of the Mongolian Armed Forces, Australian Army South Korean Army and U.S. Soldiers and Marines at Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia on Aug. 08, 2013. Khaan Quest is an annual multinational exercise sponsored by the U.S. and Mongolia, and it is designed to strengthen the capabilities of U.S., Mongolian and other nations' forces in international peace support operations.
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U.S. Marines Lance Cpl Nicholas Moore and Lance Cpl. Cameron Moreland drag Lance Cpl. Ricardo Alfaro to cover after he was desgnated a caualty, the Marines are with 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division, during cordon and search lane ledt by members of the Mongolian Armed Forces, Australian Army South Korean Army and U.S. Soldiers and Marines at Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia on Aug. 08, 2013. Khaan Quest is an annual multinational exercise sponsored by the U.S. and Mongolia, and it is designed to strengthen the capabilities of U.S., Mongolian and other nations' forces in international peace support operations.
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