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Coconut Grove goes out with a bang October 23, 2012 — Stealthy U.S. and Maldivian Marines in full camouflage and dull face paint crept through the thick Maldivian vegetation, stalking their objectives deep in enemy territory.  U.S. Marines of Company A, 1st Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, and their counterparts with the Maldivian National Defense Force, participated in a raid Oct. 16, as part of MORE
GAN, Republic of Maldives
Closing ceremony marks finale of Coconut Grove 2012 October 23, 2012 — After 10 training days, Exercise Coconut Grove – a bilateral training event conducted bi-annually between the U.S. Marine Corps and the Maldivian National Defense Force – has come to an end.  The closing ceremony was hosted at the Equatorial Convention Center here Oct. 17, just north of Gan Island, where Coconut Grove was conducted. The exercise MORE
FEYDHOO, Republic of Maldives
Maldivians exchange accountability procedures with U.S. Marines October 11, 2012 — Silently, a small group of Maldivian Marines creep through the tree line of coconut groves that border the Maldivian coastline. Their black boots land softly, but move swiftly, as they maneuver to their rally point.  Upon arrival, they lay alert in a circular formation and begin systematically tapping ankles of the Marine next to them to signify MORE
GAN, Republic of Maldives
Maldivian, U.S. Marines kickoff training for Coconut Grove October 09, 2012 — It’s been more than three days since the “Alpha Raiders” set foot on the Maldivian soil—tropical and lush—which significantly contrasts from the dry California climate. U.S. Marines from Company A, 1st Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, based out of Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif., join their Marine counterparts from the Maldivian National MORE
GAN, Republic of Maldives
CLR-17, T-AKE-1 test mission, logistical capabilities October 05, 2012 — A team of U.S. Marines, Sailors and civilians are afloat near the equator in the Indian Ocean, but their mission has nevertheless ventured into unchartered waters. Sailors and civilian mariners with Military Sealift Command, along with Marines from Combat Logistics Regiment 17, 1st Marine Logistics Group, are exercising their ship’s logistical MORE
DIEGO GARCIA