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Marines, NFL work mutual support at Pro Bowl January 30, 2013 — A long line of men in uniform lunge from one end of a field to another, twisting their torsos with a “dynamic warm-up” in anticipation of physical exertion.  Although this could be a scene from any Marine’s physical training session, these warriors were not preparing to take the field of battle, but the field of play at the 2013 NFL Pro MORE
Marines, NFL work mutual support at Pro Bowl
Soccer matches provide opportunities for Thai, U.S. service members to strengthen relationships January 30, 2013 — Construction is an arduous task. Early days filled with demanding physical activity and extreme temperatures can leave one feeling exhausted, anxious for the workday to end, and eager to settle into a much more relaxed activity. As quitting time draws near for Thai and U.S. service members building a new structure for the Ban Kuad Nam Man School in MORE
Hawaii-based Marines test green waste disposal technology January 28, 2013 — POHAKULOA TRAINING AREA, Hawaii – On an island world-famous for its chain of active volcanoes, Marines are harnessing extreme heat to test a process that could become the future of military waste management. The science advisor for U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific, supported by the MarForPac Experimentation Center, demonstrated a green, MORE
POHAKULOA TRAINING AREA, Hawaii
Multinational exercise Cobra Gold set to begin in Thailand January 18, 2013 — Service members from every branch of the U.S. military will join military members from throughout the Asia-Pacific region to participate in exercise Cobra Gold 2013 Feb. 11-21 in the Kingdom of Thailand.  CG 13 is the 32nd iteration in a series of recurring multinational and multiservice exercises hosted annually by the Kingdom of Thailand and MORE
MEC conducts helpful experiment in Philippines January 10, 2013 — Typhoon Bopha hit the Republic of the Philippines in early December, claiming the lives of more than 1,000 people. Weeks after the devastating event, those who survived the super typhoon are still suffering the effects Bopha left in its path.   Homes were destroyed and electricity was interrupted, leaving many communities in the Philippines without MORE
MEC conducts helpful experiment in Philippines