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Mulitnational audience pays homage to Australia-New Zealand Army Corps sacrifices April 25, 2012 — Aussie. Kiwi. Yankee. Military and civilians from each background all came together to commemorate the Australia-New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) Day at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific in Honolulu, April 25.  This year’s ceremony marked the 97th anniversary of the landing at Gallipoli by the ANZACs. The Gallipoli Peninsula, Turkey, was MORE
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Events bring Philippine, U.S. forces together with Crow Valley community April 24, 2012 — While supporting Exercise Balikatan 2012 in Crow Valley, Armed Forces of the Philippines and U.S. forces reached out to the local community of Santa Juliana in several ways. Command chaplains U.S. Navy Lts. Gary W. Foshee, Combat Logistics Battalion 3, Marine Corps Base Hawaii; Kevin S. Wilkinson, Battalion Landing Team, 3rd Marine Division; and MORE
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Filipino-American Marines get back to their roots during Balikatan 2012 April 24, 2012 — Joining the military sometimes means being away from family and friends, traveling to new and exotic places, or having the option to stay in the continental U.S. For two Filipino-American service members, traveling to the Philippines for Exercise Balikatan 2012 brings them back to their roots. U.S. Marine Lance Cpls. John L. Culilap, a field MORE
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Philippine, US military conduct bilateral firefighting training April 22, 2012 — Puerto Princesa Airport Aircraft rescue and firefighting and U.S. Marines AARF practiced putting out fires on the flight line of the Puerto Princesa Airport April 22, 2012 in Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Republic of the Philippines. Both nations took part in this unique opportunity in support of Exercise Balikatan 2012, which officially began April MORE
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Filipino children spend time with US service members April 21, 2012 — Children from the Bahay Ni Nanay Orphanage visited U.S. Marines and sailors April 19, 2012 on Antonio Bautista Air Base, Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Republic of the Philippines. This is just one of the many bilateral opportunities between the Armed Forces of the Philippines and the Task Force Palawan that is taking place during Exercise Balikatan MORE
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Philippine, U.S. sweat for fitness April 17, 2012 — The sound of cadence and sneakers hitting the pavement could be heard as Philippine airmen and U.S. sailors held a physical fitness evolution on Antonio Bautista Air Base April 17, 2012 in Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Republic of the Philippines. The 5717 Communication Squadron, Philippine Air Force (PAF), and Marine Wing Support Group 17 (MWSG-17) MORE
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Filipinos, U.S. Marines control the air together April 17, 2012 — A group of Philippine air traffic controllers from the Puerto Princesa Airport (PPA) visited Marine Air Control Squadron 4’s (MACS-4) field air traffic control unit on Antonio Bautista Air Base, Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Republic of the Philippines April 17, 2012. This is just one of the many bilateral exercises between the Armed Forces of the MORE
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Convoy operation class keeps Philippines, US in gear April 16, 2012 — Armed Forces of the Philippines airmen learned convoy operations from U.S. Marines in a class on Antonio Bautista Air Base, Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Republic of the Philippines April 16, 2012. This course is just one of the many bilateral training opportunities that the both nations’ service members will take part in here during Exercise Balikatan MORE
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Balikatan 2012 officially opens April 16, 2012 — Locked arm-in-arm, the Armed Forces of the Philippines and the United States officially opened Exercise Balikatan 2012 at Camp Aguinaldo, Manila, April 16. Balikatan, a Filipino word meaning “shoulder-to-shoulder,” is an annual bilateral exercise on its 28th iteration and the third humanitarian assistance/disaster relief focused exercise between MORE
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Philippine, US forces train together in mock IED drills April 13, 2012 — An unidentified van stops 50 feet from the gate as all of the passengers run away in various directions. The Philippine Air Force (PAF) and U.S. Marines grip their weapons tighter as they launch into action. This improvised explosive device drill was conducted by members of the PAF’s Squadron 5711 and U.S. Marine Security Forces from Marine Wing MORE
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