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Armed Forces of the Philippines Army engineers, from the 552nd Engineer Construction Battalion, U.S. Navy Seabees assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 5, and U.S. Marine  engineers from the 9th Engineer Support Battalion spread cement for a concrete pad at Don Joaquin Artuz Memorial Elementary School in Tapaz, Philippines during Balikatan 2015, April 14. The engineers, part of the Joint Civil-Military Operations Task Force on the island of Panay, are constructing two classrooms at the school. Balikatan, which means “shoulder to shoulder” in Filipino, is an annual bilateral training exercise aimed at improving the ability of Philippine and U.S. military forces to work together during planning, contingency, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations.
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Armed Forces of the Philippines Army engineers, from the 552nd Engineer Construction Battalion, U.S. Navy Seabees assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 5, and U.S. Marine engineers from the 9th Engineer Support Battalion spread cement for a concrete pad at Don Joaquin Artuz Memorial Elementary School in Tapaz, Philippines, during Balikatan 2015, April 14. The engineers, part of the Joint Civil-Military Operations Task Force on the island of Panay, are constructing two classrooms at the school. Balikatan, which means “shoulder to shoulder” in Filipino, is an annual bilateral training exercise aimed at improving the ability of Philippine and U.S. military forces to work together during planning, contingency, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations.
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Armed Forces of the Philippines Army engineers, from the 552nd Engineer Construction Battalion, U.S. Navy Seabees assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 5, and U.S. Marine  engineers from the 9th Engineer Construction Battalion, mix cement for a concrete pad at Don Joaquin Artuz Memorial Elementary School in Tapaz, Philippines, during Balikatan 2015, April 14. The engineers, part of the Joint Civil-Military Operations Task Force on the island of Panay, are constructing two classrooms at the school. Balikatan, which means “shoulder to shoulder” in Filipino, is an annual bilateral training exercise aimed at improving the ability of Philippine and U.S. military forces to work together during planning, contingency, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations.
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TAPAZ, Philippines — U.S. Marine Cpl. Natauia Carpenter, assigned to the 9th Engineer Support Battalion, tosses an empty cement bucket to an Armed Forces of the Philippines Army engineer, assigned to the 552nd Engineer Construction Battalion, while constructing a concrete pad at Don Joaquin Artuz Elementary School in Tapaz, Philippines, during Balikatan 2015, April 14. The engineers are part of the Joint Civil-Military Operations Task Force on the island of Panay, which is constructing two classrooms at the school. Balikatan, which means “shoulder to shoulder” in Filipino, is an annual bilateral training exercise aimed at improving the ability of Philippine and U.S. military forces to work together during planning, contingency, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations.
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U.S. Army Spc. Neil Bautista, assigned to the 97th Civil Affairs Battalion, acts as a patient during first responder training in Tapaz, Philippines, during Balikatan 2015, April 14. The training was held for local health workers by U.S. and Armed Forces of the Philippines Army personnel as part of a Joint Civil-Military Operations Task Force on the island of Panay for the exercise. Balikatan, which means "shoulder to shoulder" in Filipino, is an annual bilateral training exercise aimed at improving the ability of the Philippine and U.S. military forces to work together during planning, contingency, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations.
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U.S. Army Spc. Neil Bautista, assigned to the 97th Civil Affairs Battalion, acts as a patient during first responder training in Tapaz, Philippines, during Balikatan 2015, April 14. The training was held for local health workers by U.S. and Armed Forces of the Philippines Army personnel as part of a Joint Civil-Military Operations Task Force on the island of Panay for the exercise. Balikatan, which means “shoulder to shoulder” in Filipino, is an annual bilateral training exercise aimed at improving the ability of Philippine and U.S. military forces to work together during planning, contingency, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations.
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U.S. Army Spc. Neil Bautista, assigned to the 97th Civil Affairs Battalion, observes local Barangay health workers lift a simulated patient with an improvised stretcher during first responder training in Tapaz, Philippines, during Balikatan 2015, April 14. The training was held for local health workers by U.S. and Armed Forces of the Philippines Army personnel as part of a Joint Civil-Military Operations Task Force on the island of Panay for the exercise. Balikatan, which means “shoulder to shoulder” in Filipino, is an annual bilateral training exercise aimed at improving the ability of Philippine and U.S. military forces to work together during planning, contingency, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations.
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U.S. Marine Master Sgt. Leroy Forbes, center, assigned to the 9th Engineer Support Battalion, holds an evening meeting with Armed Forces of the Philippines Army Capt. Larry Camacam, assigned to the 552nd Engineer Construction Battalion, and Lt. Drew Moyer, assigned to Naval Mobile
Construction Battalion 5, regarding the next day’s construction plan at Don Joaquin Artuz Elementary School in Tapaz, Philippines, during Balikatan 2015, April 13. The engineers are part of the Joint Civil-Military Operations Task Force on the island of Panay, which is constructing two classrooms at the school. Balikatan, which means “shoulder to shoulder” in Filipino, is an annual bilateral training exercise aimed at improving the ability of Philippine and U.S. military forces to work together during planning, contingency, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations.
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An Armed Forces of the Philippines Army engineer, from the 552nd Engineer Construction Battalion, and U.S. Navy Seabees assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 5, pour cement for a concrete pad at Don Joaquin Artuz Memorial Elementary School in Tapaz, Philippines, during Balikatan 2015, April 14. The engineers, along with U.S. Marines from the 9th Engineer Support Battalion, are part of the Joint Civil-Military Operations Task Force on the island of Panay, which is constructing two classrooms at the school. Balikatan, which means “shoulder to shoulder” in Filipino, is an annual bilateral training exercise aimed at improving the ability of Philippine and U.S. military forces to work together during planning, contingency, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations.
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Armed Forces of the Philippines engineers, from the 552nd Engineer Construction Battalion, U.S. Navy Seabees, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 5, and U.S. Marine engineers from the 9th Engineer Support Battalion, move a tree stump at Don Joaquin Artuz Memorial Elementary School in Tapaz, Philippines, during Balikatan 2015, April 10. The engineers, part of the Combined-Joint Civil-Military Operations Task Force on the island of Panay, are constructing two classrooms at the school. Balikatan, which means “shoulder to shoulder” in Filipino, is an annual bilateral training exercise aimed at improving the ability of Philippine and U.S. military forces to work together during planning, contingency, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations.
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A U.S. Marine assigned to the 9th Engineer Support Battalion, helps remove a tree stump with Armed Forces of the Philippines engineers from the 552nd Engineer Construction Battalion at Don Joaquin Artuz Memorial Elementary School in Tapaz, Philippines, during Balikatan 2015, April 10. The engineers, along with U.S. Navy Seabees assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 5, are part of the Combined-Joint Civil-Military Operations Task Force on the island of Panay and constructing two classrooms at the school. Balikatan, which means “shoulder to shoulder” in Filipino, is an annual bilateral training exercise aimed at improving the ability of Philippine and U.S. military forces to work together during planning, contingency, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations.
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The mayor of Tapaz province, the honorable Rosmarie F. Gardose, meets with U.S. service members from the Combined -Joint Civil-Military Operations Task Force on the island of Panay, Philippines, at an office call during Balikatan 2015, April 10. Balikatan, which means “shoulder to shoulder” in Filipino, is an annual bilateral training exercise aimed at improving the ability of Philippine and U.S. military forces to work together during planning, contingency, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations.
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Armed Forces of the Philippines engineers, from the 552nd Engineer Construction Battalion, and U.S. Navy Seabees assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 5, discuss plans for construction at Don Joaquin Artuz Memorial Elementary School in Tapaz, Philippines, during Balikatan 2015, April 10. The engineers, along with U.S. Marines from the 9th Engineer Support Battalion, are part of the Combined-Joint Civil-Military Operations Task Force on the island of Panay and constructing two classrooms at the school. Balikatan, which means “shoulder to shoulder” in Filipino, is an annual bilateral training exercise aimed at improving the ability of Philippine and U.S. military forces to work together during planning, contingency, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations.
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U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Kyle Karanja, assigned to 9th Engineer Support Battalion, ties rebar for a concrete pad with the help of Armed Forces of the Philippines Pvt. Oliver Clerigo, assigned to the Philippine Army Medical Service, at Don Joaquin Artuz Memorial Elementary School in Tapaz, Philippines, during Balikatan 2015, April 13. The engineers, along with U.S. Navy Seabees from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion  5, are part of the Joint Civil-Military Operations Task Force on the island of Panay, which is constructing two classrooms at the school. Balikatan, which means “shoulder to shoulder” in Filipino, is an annual bilateral training exercise aimed at improving the ability of Philippine and U.S. military forces to work together during planning, contingency, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations.
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U.S. Navy Builder Constructionman Kevin Syrdyk, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 5, and Armed Forces of the Philippines Army Pfc. Alvin Gelido, assigned to the 552nd Engineer Construction Battalion, lay block at Don Joaquin Artuz Memorial Elementary School in Tapaz, Philippines, during Balikatan 2015, April 12. The engineers, along with U.S. Marine engineers from the 9th Engineer Support Battalion, are part of the Joint Civil-Military Operations Task Force on the island of Panay, which is constructing two classrooms at the school. Balikatan, which means “shoulder to shoulder” in Filipino, is an annual bilateral training exercise aimed at improving the ability of Philippine and U.S. military forces to work together during planning, contingency, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations.
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Armed Forces of the Philippines engineers, from the 552nd Engineer Construction Battalion and U.S. Marine Engineers, from the 9th Engineer Support Battalion, mix mortar at Don Joaquin Artuz Memorial Elementary School in Tapaz, Philippines, during Balikatan 2015, April 12. The engineers, along with U.S. Navy Seabees from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 5, are part of the Joint Civil-Military Operations Task Force on the island of Panay which is constructing two classrooms at the school. Balikatan, which means “shoulder to shoulder” in Filipino, is an annual bilateral training exercise aimed at improving the ability of Philippine and U.S. military forces to work together during planning, contingency, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Lowell Whitman/Released)
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