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RIMPAC to kick off in Hawaiian Islands June 27, 2014 — The U.S. Pacific Command is holding a large-scale multinational maritime exercise from June 26 through Aug. 1 around the Hawaiian Islands. Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) 2014 exercise involves 22 nations, 48 surface ships, six submarines, more than 200 aircraft and 25,000 military personnel.  RIMPAC is a biannual theater security cooperation training MORE
Hawaii commemorates Korean War in annual wreath laying June 27, 2014 — Service members, Korean War veterans, distinguished visitors and guests gathered at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific (Punchbowl), June 25, to honor the events that transpired in Korea so many decades ago. The 64th annual Korean War memorial ceremony paid tribute to the veterans, both living and dead, who fought for the freedom of South Korea and to protect an ally they hardly knew, which eventually resulted in a long-lasting friendship. MORE
Hawaii commemorates Korean War in annual wreath laying
Noncommisioned officers shine bright at 3/3 May 31, 2014 — Marines with Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment stationed at Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Kaneohe Bay conducted a live fire training night shoot here, as part of their Crew-served Weapons Package, May 29. “Our training is to see if we can stay awake at night, and engage the enemy effectively when thrown in different scenarios while MORE
3/3 conducts night shoot
MWSS-171 conducts conditioning hike aboard station May 16, 2014 — To uphold the Marine Corps’ reputation as the nation’s “force in readiness,” service members with Marine Wing Support Squadron 171 participated in a six-mile conditioning hike aboard Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, May 16, 2014. The purpose behind the hike was to build unit cohesion, camaraderie and keep Marines in a combat mindset, said  MORE
MWSS-171 conducts conditioning hike aboard station
Non-lethal weapons, technologies put to the test by Filipino and American service members May 09, 2014 — Philippine and U.S. Marines were introduced to several non-lethal weapons technologies May 7 at Crow Valley, Philippines, as part of exercise Balikatan 2014.  Various non-lethal weapons were demonstrated for use with checkpoint security, crowd control and personal safety. Marines from both nations were familiarized with oleoresin capsicum (OC), a MORE
PH, US Marines practice ship-to-shore landings May 09, 2014 — Doing what they do best, a group of Marines from the Armed Forces of the Philippines and the U.S. stormed a beach during a company-level combined amphibious boat landing exercise at the Naval Education Training Center here May 9 as part of the ongoing training exercise Balikatan 2014.   In line with their amphibious nature, the Philippine Marine MORE
PH, US Marines practice ship-to-shore landings
First Responder training provides lessons to all May 09, 2014 — First responder training courses with members of the Philippine National Police, Armed Forces of the Philippines, and U.S. armed forces were held April 28 – May 8 in Legazpi City, Albay province, Philippines.   Held multiple times, the four-day training course was a part of Exercise Balikatan, an annual bilateral training exercise between the MORE
First Responder training provides lessons to all
Philippine, US military medical professionals exchange best first aid practices May 08, 2014 — bPhilippine and U.S. Marines exchanged combat medical techniques during a bilateral exchange of best practices May 8, 2014, for Balikatan 2014.  The Marines from both nations taught each other how to manage bleeding, splint broken limbs, apply occlusive dressings, administer IVs and triage patients in their own ways during the all-day MORE
Philippine, US military medical professionals exchange best first aid practices
Bigaa Health Center receives medical supply turnover from U.S. forces May 07, 2014 — Leaders of the local community, Armed Forces of the Philippines, and U.S. armed forces held a medical supply turnover ceremony May 5 in Bigaa, Albay province, Philippines   The medical supplies brought a needed boost to the ability of the health center to support and provide the necessary aid to members of the Bigaa community, according to U.S. MORE
Bigaa Health Center receives medical supply turnover from U.S. forces
New road ensures civilian safety during Balikatan exercise May 07, 2014 — During the opening days of Balikatan 2014, the Philippine Air Force and U.S. Marines worked together to build a road, here, May 5.  The road was built to ensure the safety of local residents during live-fire exercises by circumventing areas used for combined military training.  U.S. Marine Staff Sgt. Jason Small, a heavy equipment operator with 3rd MORE
New road ensures civilian safety during Balikatan exercise

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