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MRF-D Marines take off to Bradshaw August 28, 2013 — Marines with Marine Rotational Force – Darwin took off to Bradshaw Field Training Area for Exercise Koolendong on four MV-22B Ospreys from Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 265, 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit, here, Aug. 28.Exercise Koolendong is a bilateral training evolution in which Marines with Marine Rotational Force – Darwin and the 31st MEU MORE
Non-lethal weapons leadership seminar begins, field training ends August 27, 2013 — High-ranking military officials and delegates from 22 nations gathered here Aug. 26, marking the conclusion of the field training exercise and start of the three-day leadership portion during the Non-Lethal Weapons Executive Seminar.“For well over a decade, the U.S. Marine Corps continues to advance the development and use – tactics, techniques and MORE
Scoping summary report for Tinian, Pagan now available August 20, 2013 — PRESS RELEASEMARINE CORPS ACTIVITY GUAM PUBLIC AFFAIRSFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Aug 16, 2013Contact:  Master Sgt. Pauline Franklin E-mail:      pauline.franklin@fe.navy.milVoice:  (671) 355-2341Mobile:      (671) 483-0738SCOPING SUMMARY REPORT FOR TINIAN, PAGAN NOW AVAILABLEYIGO, Guam – The Scoping Summary Report (SSR) for the CNMI Joint Military MORE
MRF-D Marines physically train the Aussie way August 20, 2013 — For the first time in Marine Rotational Force – Darwin history, two Marines traded their average day of work to participate in an Australian Army program – the Combat Fitness Leadership Course. From Aug. 12 – Sept. 6, students attending the course will endure anywhere from eight-10 physically taxing workout sessions on a daily basis. These MORE
MarForPac commander: ‘Security, stability, prosperity’ key as Khaan Quest 2013 comes to an end August 19, 2013 — Service members from 13 participating nations and four observer countries – China, Russia, Turkey and Kazakhstan – gathered here for the exercise Khaan Quest 2013 closing ceremony, Aug. 14.Hosted annually by the Mongolian Armed Forces with co-sponsorship alternating between U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific and U.S. Army Pacific, approximately MORE
Engineering, medical projects in Nalaikh come to close August 19, 2013 — The engineering site in Nalaikh district was once cluttered with lumber, bricks and mounds of loose gravel as heavy equipment operators negotiated around the mess to demolish portions of a rundown building.Less than a month later, the same site is full of government leaders and high-ranking military officials, and the local community has a newly MORE
Militaries from 9 nations exercise peacekeeping scenario during Khaan Quest 2013 August 19, 2013 — The Peace Support Center here is just a few kilometers from the field training taking place during exercise Khaan Quest 2013. While troops sharpen tactical procedures in the rolling hills of Mongolia, military decision-makers from multiple nations are honing operational skills behind closed doors.Hosted annually by the Mongolian Armed Forces and MORE
Mongolian troops, police begin non-lethal weapons exercise with US Marines August 17, 2013 — U.S. Marines and Mongolian Armed Forces service members were back on the parade deck here for the start of another training evolution Aug. 17, only a couple days after the closing ceremony for the multinational peacekeeping exercise Khaan Quest 2013. This time around, they were joined by officers from the Mongolian General Police. A joint-combined MORE
Countries come together in classroom, clinic during exercise Khaan Quest August 12, 2013 — Military medical professionals from Canada, India, Republic of Korea and the U.S. teamed up with their Mongolian Armed Forces counterparts and local healthcare providers during a Subject Matter Expert Exchange and Cooperative Health Engagement at the MAF’s Central Clinical Hospital and Golomt Elementary School here, Aug 5-9.“This year begins the MORE
MAF, US Marines exchange expertise through survival training August 09, 2013 — Wolves, snakes, high altitude and steady rain that just doesn’t seem to stop. Nine days of roughing it in the unforgiving Mongolian steppe isn’t exactly a stay at the Hilton, but it has provided troops from two very different militaries an opportunity to learn from one another, pick up valuable survival techniques and develop mutual respect.U.S. MORE

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