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A Member of the Mongolian Armed Forces 234 Calvary Unit, jumps his horse during the opening ceremony of Exercise Khaan Quest in Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia, August 2, 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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Members of the Mongolian Armed Forces Honorary Guard, stand in formation during the opening ceremony of Exercise Khaan Quest in Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia, August 2, 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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Members of the Mongolian Armed Forces 234 Calvary Unit, give a demonstration of thier riding skills during the opening ceremony of Exercise Khaan Quest in Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia, August 2, 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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Members of the Mongolian Armed Forces 234 Calvary Unit, prepare to give a demonstration during the opening ceremony of Exercise Khaan Quest in Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia, August 3, 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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Mongolian Armed Forces Lt. Col. J. Molorbold, chief of Peace and Support Operations Division G3, and U.S. Marine Col. Hector Velez, U.S. exercise director during Khaan Quest 2013, conduct a press conference with Mongolian reporters in Ulaanbaatar, Aug.1. MAF Lt. Col. N. Byamjargal (right), a staff officer with the Peace and Support Operations Division G3, translated during the press conference. 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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Col. Hector Velez, U.S. exercise director during Khaan Quest 2013, speaks with Mongolian reporters following a joint U.S.-Mongolian Armed Forces press conference. Lt. Col. N. Nyamjargal (center), staff officer with the Peace Support Operations Division G3, Mongolian Armed Forces, served as translator during the press conference and the exclusive interviews that followed. 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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Mongolian Armed Forces Lt. Col. J. Molorbold (left), chief of Peace and Support Operations Division G3, answers a question as U.S. Marine Col. Hector Velez, U.S. exercise director during Khaan Quest 2013, takes notes during a press conference with Mongolian reporters in Ulaanbaatar, Aug.1. MAF Lt. Col. N. Byamjargal (right), a staff officer with the Peace and Support Operations Division G3, translated during the press conference. 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, Chief of General Staff for the Mongolian Armed Forces, receives a brief alongside Col. Hector Velez, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific and U.S. exercise director for Khaan Quest 2013, at Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia, Aug 1. 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. The exercise officially begins Aug. 3.
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Lt. Gen. Ts. Byambajav, Chief of General Staff for the Mongolian Armed Forces, tours the joint U.S.-Mongolian camp at Five Hills Training Area, Aug 1. Approximately 1,000 service members from 13 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. The exercise officially begins Aug. 3.
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Mongolian Armed Forces soldiers with 338 Construction and Engineering Unit, sift sand during renovation work on Erdmiin Oyun school as part of Exercise Khaan Quest in the Nalaikh District of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, July 27. 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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Mongolian Armed Forces Pvt. Sandagochir Erdeneoctir (front) with 338 Construction and Engineering Unit, and U.S. Marine 1st Lt. Matthew Elliott with 9th Engineer Support Battalion, 3rd Marine Logistics Group, III Marine Expeditionary Force, carry freshly mixed concrete during renovation work on Erdmiin Oyun school as part of Exercise Khaan Quest in the Nalaikh District of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, July 26. 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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Local contractors and soldiers with 338 Construction and Engineering Unit, Mongolian Armed Forces, install new windows during renovation work on Erdmiin Oyun school as part of Exercise Khaan Quest in the Nalaikh District of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, July 25. 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. Army Specialist Aleksandr Popov with 176th Engineer Company (Vertical), 96th Troop Command, Washington Army National Guard, and U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Bennett Russ with 9th Engineer Support Battalion, 3rd Marine Logistics Group, III Marine Expeditionary Force, check the level of a form before laying concrete during renovation work on Erdmiin Oyun school as part of Exercise Khaan Quest in the Nalaikh District of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, July 24. Khaan Quest is a regularly scheduled multinational exercise co-sponsored this year by U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, and hosted annually by the Mongolian Armed Forces, designed to promote regional peace and security. Popov is from Bonney Lake, Wash. Russ is from Winston-Salem, N.C.
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Lance Cpl. Ryan E. Brake (left) and Lance Cpl. Christopher A. Cornelison with 9th Engineer Support Battalion, 3rd Marine Logistics Group, III Marine Expeditionary Force, trim back tree branches during renovation work on Erdmiin Oyun school as part of Exercise Khaan Quest in the Nalaikh District of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, July 24. Khaan Quest is a regularly scheduled multinational exercise co sponsored this year by U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, and hosted annually by the Mongolian Armed Forces, designed to promote regional peace and security.
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Lance Cpl. Christopher Cornelison, intelligence chief with 9th Engineer Support Battalion, 3rd Marine Logistics Group, lays brick while working with a multinational team of engineers to renovate Erdmiin Oyun School, July 26. The project in Nalaikh district of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, is taking place as part of Exercise Khaan Quest 2013. Khaan Quest is a regularly scheduled, multinational exercise co-sponsored this year by U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific, and hosted annually by the MAF. The intent of the ongoing engineering civic action program (ENCAP) project in Nalaikh is to provide valuable training for Mongolian and U.S. armed forces by boosting their interoperability, as well as demonstrate a mutual commitment to local community.
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A local child talks with Staff Sgt. Antonio Tyler by pantomiming a hippopotamus then telling him the Mongolian word. A multinational team of engineers from the Mongolian Armed Forces, U.S. Marines and Washington Army National Guard continued working together July 26, to renovate Erdmiin Oyun School in the Nalaikh district of Ulaanbaatar as part of Exercise Khaan Quest 2013. Khaan Quest is a regularly scheduled, multinational exercise co-sponsored this year by U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific, and hosted annually by the MAF. The intent of the ongoing engineering civic action program (ENCAP) project in Nalaikh is to provide valuable training for Mongolian and U.S. armed forces by boosting their interoperability, as well as demonstrate a mutual commitment to local community. Tyler is a project manager with 9th Engineer Support Battalion, 3rd Marine Logistics Group.
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