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U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Commander Lt. Gen. John A. Toolan, Jr., speaks with Marines from 2nd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, during his visit to Pohakuloa Training Area on the Island of Hawaii, Jan. 10. Marines from 2nd Bn., 3rd Marines are currently conducting Exercise Lava Viper. The physical nature of PTA builds closer bonds amongst units who endure its high altitude, rough terrain and severe weather conditions while accomplishing their overall mission.
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A crew member from Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 367 conducts pre-flight checks on a CH-53E Super Stallion, prior to departing for a visit to Pohakuloa Training Area on the Island of Hawaii, Jan. 10. Marines are currently conducting training on PTA as part of Exercise Lava Viper.  The training area is vital to the tenant commands stationed on MCB Hawaii. No other training environment within the Marine Corps provides such wide variety of operational training as the ranges among the Hawaiian Islands.
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U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Commander, Lt. Gen. John A. Toolan, Jr., speaks to Cpl. Gerber Portillio from Marine Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Squadron 3, during a visit to Pohakuloa Training Area on the Island of Hawaii, Jan. 10. Marines are currently conducting training on PTA as part of Exercise Lava Viper.  The training area is vital to the tenant commands stationed on MCB Hawaii. No other training environment within the Marine Corps provides such wide variety of operational training as the ranges among the Hawaiian Islands.
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U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Sergeant Major, William T. Stables, shakes hands with a Marine from Marine Air Group 24, during his visit to Pohakuloa Training Area, Jan. 10. Marines are currently conducting training as part of Exercise Lava Viper. Units have the opportunity to enhance their capability and proficiency in the unique training environment within PTA. It’s rocky, mountainous terrain provides cover, allowing service members the ability to train in a setting that is unfamiliar to other Hawaiian Islands.
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(From left) U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Command Master Chief, Jessie L. Stuckey, MARFORPAC Sgt. Maj. William T. Stables, and Marine Air Group 24 Sgt. Maj. Steven E. Collier,  survey a runway during a visit to Pohakuloa Training Area, Jan. 10. Marines from the 2nd Bn. 3rd Marines are currently conducting training as part of Exercise Lava Viper. Units have the opportunity to enhance their capability and proficiency in the unique training environment within PTA. It’s rocky, mountainous terrain provides cover, allowing service members the ability to train in a setting that is unfamiliar to other Hawaiian Islands.
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POHAKULOA TRAINING AREA - U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Commander, Lt. Gen. John A. Toolan, Jr., surveys the land during his visit to Pohakuloa Training Area, Jan. 10. Marines from the 3rd Marine Regiment are currently conducting training as part of Exercise Lava Viper. Units have the opportunity to enhance their capability and proficiency in the unique training environment within PTA. It’s rocky, mountainous terrain provides cover, allowing service members the ability to train in a setting that is unfamiliar to other Hawaiian Islands. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Erik Estrada)
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Marines with 2nd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment survey a training area on Pohakuloa Training Area, Jan. 10. Marines from the 2nd Bn., 3rd Marines are currently conducting training as part of Exercise Lava Viper. Units have the opportunity to enhance their capability and proficiency in the unique training environment within PTA. It’s rocky, mountainous terrain provides cover, allowing service members the ability to train in a setting that is unfamiliar to other Hawaiian Islands.
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U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Commander Lt. Gen. John A. Toolan, Jr., speaks with Marines from 2nd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, during his visit to Pohakuloa Training Area on the Island of Hawaii, Jan. 10. Marines from 2nd Bn., 3rd Marines are currently conducting Exercise Lava Viper. The physical nature of PTA builds closer bonds amongst units who endure its high altitude, rough terrain and severe weather conditions while accomplishing their overall mission.
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U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Commander Lt. Gen. John A. Toolan, Jr., speaks with Marines from 2nd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, during his visit to Pohakuloa Training Area on the Island of Hawaii, Jan. 10. Marines from the 2nd Bn., 3rd Marines are currently conducting training on PTA as part of Exercise Lava Viper.  The training area is vital to the tenant commands stationed on MCB Hawaii. No other training environment within the Marine Corps provides such wide variety of operational training as the ranges among the Hawaiian Islands.
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U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Commander Lt. Gen. John A. Toolan, Jr., speaks with Marines from Marine Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Squadron 3, during his visit to Pohakuloa Training Area on the Island of Hawaii, Jan. 10. Marines from 2nd Bn., 3rd Marines are currently conducting Exercise Lava Viper. The physical nature of PTA builds closer bonds amongst units who endure its high altitude, rough terrain and severe weather conditions while accomplishing their overall mission.
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U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Sergeant Major, William T. Stables, speaks to Marines from 2nd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, during his visit to Pohakuloa Training Area, Jan. 10. 2nd Bn., 3rd Marines are currently conducting training as part of Exercise Lava Viper. Units have the opportunity to enhance their capability and proficiency in the unique training environment within PTA. It’s rocky, mountainous terrain provides cover, allowing service members the ability to train in a setting that is unfamiliar to other Hawaiian Islands.
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U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Commander, Lt. Gen. John A. Toolan, Jr., receives a salute from a Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron crew member prior to boarding a CH-53E Super Stallion helicopter, on Marine Corps Base Hawaii, prior to departing for Pohakuloa Training Area on the Island of Hawaii, Jan. 10. Toolan visited Marines from the 3rd Marine Regiment currently conducting training on PTA as part of Exercise Lava Viper. The Hawaiian Islands allow Marines the ability to conduct training such as, amphibious operations, desert-like warfare tactics, artillery live-fire training and military operations on urban terrain (MOUT). This training is essential to tenant commands readiness, in combat and humanitarian scenarios.
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CH-53E Super Stallion helicopters with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 367, await pre-flight checks on the flight line of Marine Corps Base Hawaii, prior to departing for Pohakuloa Training Area on the Island of Hawaii, Jan. 10. The training area is vital to the tenant commands stationed on MCB Hawaii. No other training environment within the Marine Corps provides such wide variety of operational training as the ranges among the Hawaiian Islands.
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A CH-53E Super Stallion helicopter's crew with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 367, conducts pre-flight checks on the flight line of Marine Corps Base Hawaii, prior to departing for Pohakuloa Training Area on the Island of Hawaii, Jan. 10. The training area is vital to the tenant commands stationed on MCB Hawaii. No other training environment within the Marine Corps provides such wide variety of operational training as the ranges among the Hawaiian Islands.
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Members of the U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Band, play their trumpets during the opening of the 7th Annual Na Mele o na Keiki (Music for the Children) held at the historic Hawai’i Theatre Center, Nov. 30. During the Christmas concert, MARFORPAC helped collect more than 2,000 presents and raised more than $3,200 for Toys for Tots of Hawaii.
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Santa Claus and Chief Warrant Officer 3 Michael J. Smith, U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Band, take a “selfie” during the 7th Annual Na Mele o na Keiki (Music for the Children) concert, Nov. 30 at the Hawai’i Theatre Center. The event accepted presents and money for “Toys for Tots”, every dollar and toy that was donated during the concert will go to the less fortunate keiki around the Hawaiian Islands.
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