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Mongolian Armed Forces Maj. D. Myagmarjav, MAF director of the field training exercise (FTX) during Khaan Quest, delivers a brief to Dr. Peter R. Lavoy, Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense for Asian and Pacific Security Affairs, at e United Nations compound, Aug.6. Approximately 1,000 service members from 13 different nations are participating in the exercise, with  both the command post exercise (CPX) and FTX at Five Hills Training Area in Mongolia, both focusing on peacekeeping and stability operations. Dr. Lavoy toured the area to meet with exercise participants and leadership from Mongolia, U.S. and other participating nations. U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific is the executive agent for Khaan Quest 2013.
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Dr. Peter R. Lavoy, Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense for Asian and Pacific Security Affairs, signs the visitor/memoribilia book in the Honorary Room for Mongolian Armed Forces Maj. Gen. Guriin Ragchaa at the United Nations compound in the Tavan Tolgoi (Five Hills) training area, Aug.6. Approximately 1,000 service members from 13 different nations are participating in the exercise, with  both the command post exercise (CPX) and field training exercise (FTX) at Five Hills Training Area in Mongolia, both focusing on peacekeeping and stability operations. Dr. Lavoy toured the area to meet with exercise participants and leadership from Mongolia, U.S. and other participating nations. U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific is the executive agent for Khaan Quest 2013.
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Lance Cpl. Ian Miller, a team leader with Kilo Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, provides instruction as cadets with the U.S. Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) stabilize a simulated casualty, Aug. 6. Approximately 1,000 service members from 13 different nations are participating in Khaan Quest 2013 in Mongolia, with a command post exercise (CPX) and field training exercise (FTX) at Five Hills Training Area in Mongolia, both focusing on peacekeeping and stability operations. U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific is the executive agent for this year’s exercise. Kilo Company 3/3, stationed out of Hawaii, is currently part of the Unit Deployment Program to Okinawa. Miller is from Savannah, Ga.
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Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) Cadet Mike Weeks drags Cadet Brian Naston as Petty Officer 3rd Class Dan Mundy supervises during a mass casualty drill, Aug 6. Approximately 1,000 service members from 13 different nations are participating in Khaan Quest 2013 in Mongolia, with a command post exercise (CPX) and field training exercise (FTX) at Five Hills Training Area in Mongolia, both focusing on peacekeeping and stability operations. U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific is the executive agent for this year’s exercise. Weeks, a member of the University of Notre Dame's ROTC program, is from Albuquerque, N.M. Naston, a member of University of California, Berkeley's ROTC program, is for Lancaster, Calif. Mundy, a corpsman with Kilo Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, is from Barrington, Ill.
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U.S. Marine Lance Cpl James Haviland with 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, III Marine Expeditionary Force, sights down his rifle during a portion of the river reconnaissance lane training at Exercise Khaan Quest in Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia, August 6, 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.(U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt John M. Ewald/released)
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U.S. Marine Lance Cpl James Haviland with 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, III Marine Expeditionary Force, patrols during a portion of the river reconnaissance lane training at Exercise Khaan Quest in Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia, August 6, 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.(U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt John M. Ewald/released)
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A member of the Mongolian Military Music and Dance Academic Ensemble performs the traditional "long song" during the Mongolian culture night at Exercise Khaan Quest in Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia, August 4, 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.(U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt John M. Ewald/released)
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A member of the Mongolian Military Music and Dance Academic Ensemble prepares to play the Yatga, a traditional Mongolian instrument, during the Mongolian culture night at Exercise Khaan Quest in Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia, August 4, 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.(U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt John M. Ewald/released)
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Members of the Mongolian Military Music and Dance Academic Ensemble perform traditional dances during the Mongolian culture night at Exercise Khaan Quest in Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia, August 4, 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.(U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt John M. Ewald/released)
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A member of the Mongolian Military Music and Dance Academic Ensemble performs a traditional Mongolian dance during the Mongolian culture night at Exercise Khaan Quest in Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia, August 4, 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.(U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt John M. Ewald/released)
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A contortionist performs during the Mongolian culture night at Exercise Khaan Quest in Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia, August 4, 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.(U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt John M. Ewald/released)
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Admiral Samuel Locklear, commander of U.S. Pacific Command, ducks into a ger (traditional Mongolian hut) at Five Hills Training Area following the Khaan Quest 2013 opening ceremony, Aug. 3. Approximately 1,000 service members from 13 different nations are participating in Khaan Quest 2013, which consists of a command post exercise and field training exercise at Five Hills Training Area, both focusing on peacekeeping and stability operations. Mongolian and U.S. armed forces, along with other regional partners, will also participate in Engineering Civic Action Program (ENCAP) projects, as well as Cooperative Health Engagement (CHE) events in Ulaanbaatar, enhancing joint Mongolian-U.S. medical and engineering capabilities and providing outreach to underserved communities.
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Australian Army Maj. Paul Manoel, operations officer for U.S. forces during Khaan Quest 2013, leads Mongolian and U.S. military leadership into the exercise command operations center, Aug. 3. Approximately 1,000 service members from 13 different nations are participating in Khaan Quest 2013, which consists of a command post exercise (CPX) and field training exercise (FTX) at Five Hills Training Area, both focusing on peacekeeping and stability operations. Mongolian and U.S. armed forces, along with other regional partners, will also participate in Engineering Civic Action Program (ENCAP) projects, as well as Cooperative Health Engagement (CHE) events in Ulaanbaatar, enhancing joint Mongolian-U.S. medical and engineering capabilities and providing outreach to underserved communities.
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A soldier with 234 Cavalry Unit, Mongolian Armed Forces, performs for an international delegation during the opening ceremony for exercise Khaan Quest 2013, Aug. 3. Approximately 1,000 service members from 13 different nations are participating in Khaan Quest 2013, which consists of a command post exercise (CPX) and field training exercise (FTX) at Five Hills Training Area, both focusing on peacekeeping and stability operations. Mongolian and U.S. armed forces, along with other regional partners, will also participate in Engineering Civic Action Program (ENCAP) projects, as well as Cooperative Health Engagement (CHE) events in Ulaanbaatar, enhancing joint Mongolian-U.S. medical and engineering capabilities and providing outreach to underserved communities.
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Paratroopers with the Mongolian Armed Forces drop into the landing zone during the opening ceremony for exercise Khaan Quest 2013, Aug. 3. Approximately 1,000 service members from 13 different nations are participating in Khaan Quest 2013, which consists of a command post exercise (CPX) and field training exercise (FTX) at Five Hills Training Area, both focusing on peacekeeping and stability operations. Mongolian and U.S. armed forces, along with other regional partners, will also participate in Engineering Civic Action Program (ENCAP) projects, as well as Cooperative Health Engagement (CHE) events in Ulaanbaatar, enhancing joint Mongolian-U.S. medical and engineering capabilities and providing outreach to underserved communities.
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Lt. Gen. Ts. Byambajav (right), Chief of General Staff, Mongolian Armed Forces, greets Adm. Samuel Locklear, commander of U.S. Pacific Command, at Five Hills Training Area prior to the Khaan Quest 2013 opening ceremony, Aug 3. Approximately 1,000 service members from 13 different nations are participating in Khaan Quest 2013, which consists of a command post exercise (CPX) and field training exercise (FTX) at Five Hills Training Area, both focusing on peacekeeping and stability operations. Mongolian and U.S. armed forces, along with other regional partners, will also participate in Engineering Civic Action Program (ENCAP) projects, as well as Cooperative Health Engagement (CHE) events in Ulaanbaatar, enhancing joint Mongolian-U.S. medical and engineering capabilities and providing outreach to underserved communities.
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