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EOD technicians share knowledge at Balikatan April 13, 2013 — Explosive ordnance technicians with the Philippine Air Force and the U.S. Marine Corps shared knowledge through training at Clark Field, Philippines April 10. During the training, Marine EOD technicians shared the capabilities of the HAL hook and line system, used for basic rigging and transporting, with Filipino technicians through video MORE
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Behind the scenes of Balikatan: Small team keeps exercise moving forward April 09, 2013 — “Balikatan” is a Filipino expression which translates to "shoulder to shoulder" or “shouldering the load together” and epitomizes the spirit of the bilateral Philippines-U.S. military training exercise bearing the same name. It’s safe to say that a joint team of U.S. military personnel here has taken that expression to heart, working tirelessly MORE
Philippine, US service members build camaraderie in Exercise Balikatan April 09, 2013 — Standing together on a hot black top overlooking a firing range, more than 300 service members with the Armed Forces of the Philippines and Combat Logistics Regiment 35, 3rd Marine Logistics Group, III Marine Expeditionary Force, were in formation to commemorate the official start of exercise Balikatan 2013. Balikatan, which means MORE
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Philippine, US Marines learn jungle survival skills April 08, 2013 — Combined Philippine and U.S. Marines conducted basic jungle survival training April 8 at Camp O’Donnell, Philippines. The survival training is part of Balikatan 2013, an annual bilateral exercise in its 29th iteration, which offers an opportunity for the Armed Forces of the Philippines and U.S. military forces to share knowledge unique to their MORE
Filipino children turn tables on US volunteers March 26, 2013 — Combined Joint Civil Military Operations Task Force (CJCMOTF) staff members joined 40 other U.S. service members to visit a Philippine orphanage during a community relations (COMREL) event coordinated by the JCMOTF chaplain.  Initially designed as an event during which military members would visit some of Zambales’ displaced youths at the Shepherd MORE
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