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Lt. Col. Keven Matthews, commanding officer of Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, and Brig. Gen. John Frewen, 1st Brigade commanding general and senior Australian Defence Force officer for Robertson Barracks, approach the battalion together before Frewen addresses MRF-D Marines about the six-month rotation, expectations and the significance of their presence, April 11. Frewen said the rotation is a tangible sign of the strength between Australia and the United States.
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Sgt. Maj. Rogelio De Leon, sergeant major of Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, salutes company commanders, assuring full attendance in anticipation of a speech by Brig. Gen. John Frewen, 1st Brigade commanding general and senior Australian Defence Force officer for Robertson Barracks, about the six-month rotation, expectations and the significance of their presence, April 11. Frewen said the rotation is a tangible sign of the strength between Australia and the United States.
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Sgt. Maj. Rogelio De Leon, sergeant major of Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, calls his Marines to attention to listen to Brig. Gen. John Frewen, 1st Brigade commanding general and senior Australian Defence Force officer for Robertson Barracks, speak about the six-month rotation, expectations and the significance of their presence, April 11. Frewen said the rotation is a tangible sign of the strength between Australia and the United States.
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Marines with Marine Rotational Force – Darwin form up around Brig. Gen. John Frewen, 1st Brigade commanding general and senior Australian Defence Force officer for Robertson Barracks, to listen to him speak about expectations with the rotation, April 11. Frewen said the rotation is a tangible sign of the strength between Australia and the United States.
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Lt. Col. Keven Matthews, commanding officer of Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, and Brig. Gen. John Frewen, 1st Brigade commanding general and senior Australian Defence Force officer for Robertson Barracks, talk with each other after Frewen addresses the Marines of MRF-D about expectations for the rotation, April 11. Frewen said the rotation is a tangible sign of the strength between Australia and the United States.
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Lt. Col. Keven Matthews, commanding officer of Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, and Brig. Gen. John Frewen, 1st Brigade commanding general and senior Australian Defence Force officer for Robertson Barracks, salute one another after Frewen addresses the Marines of MRF-D about expectations for the rotation, April 11. Frewen said the rotation is a tangible sign of the strength between Australia and the United States.
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Lt. Col. Keven Matthews, commanding officer of Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, orders the Marines to chant the battalion war cry ‘Geronimo’, for Brig. Gen. John Frewen, 1st Brigade commanding general and senior Australian Defence Force officer for Robertson Barracks, after he spoke about the six-month rotation, expectations and the significance of their presence, April 11. Frewen said the rotation is a tangible sign of the strength between Australia and the United States.
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Brig. Gen. John Frewen, 1st Brigade commanding general and senior Australian Defence Force officer for Robertson Barracks, addresses Marines with Marine Rotational Force – Darwin about the six-month rotation, expectations and the significance of their presence, here, April 11. Frewen said the rotation is a tangible sign of the strength between Australia and the United States.
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Brig. Gen. John Frewen, 1st Brigade commanding general and senior Australian Defence Force officer for Robertson Barracks, addresses Marines with Marine Rotational Force – Darwin about the six-month rotation, expectations and the significance of their presence, here, April 11. Frewen said the rotation is a tangible sign of the strength between Australia and the United States.
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Marines with Marine Rotational Force – Darwin form around Brig. Gen. John Frewen, 1st Brigade commanding general and senior Australian Defence Force officer for Robertson Barracks, to listen to him speak about the six-month rotation, expectations and the significance of their presence, April 11. Frewen said the rotation is a tangible sign of the strength between Australia and the United States.
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Capt. Christian Difabio, commanding officer of Logistics Company, 5th Battalion Royal Australian Regiment, fires the M4 Carbine aboard Robertson Barracks, April 15, 2014. The Australians fired the M4 carbine, the M16A4 Service Rifle and the M27 infantry automatic rifle. The Marines also instructed them on the proper use and care of the weapon systems.
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A Soldier with the Australian Army prepares to fire a M4 Carbine, aboard Robertson Barracks, April 15, 2014. The Australians fired the M4 carbine, the M16A4 Service Rifle and the M27 infantry automatic rifle. The Marines also instructed them on the proper use and care of the weapon systems.
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A Soldier with the Australian Army prepares to fire a M4 Carbine, aboard Robertson Barracks, April 15, 2014. The Australians fired the M4 carbine, the M16A4 Service Rifle and the M27 infantry automatic rifle. The Marines also instructed them on the proper use and care of the weapon systems.
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A Soldier with the Australian Army prepares to fire a M4 Carbine, aboard Robertson Barracks, April 15, 2014. The Australians fired the M4 carbine, the M16A4 Service Rifle and the M27 infantry automatic rifle. The Marines also instructed them on the proper use and care of the weapon systems.
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Lance Cpl. Richard Lewis, rifleman, 1st Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment, Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, shows a Soldier with the Australian Army how to fire their weapon systems aboard Robertson Barracks, April 15, 2014. The Australians fired the M4 carbine, the M16A4 Service Rifle and the M27 infantry automatic rifle. The Marines also instructed them on the proper use and care of the weapon systems.
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Marines with Alpha Company, 1st Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment, Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, conduct a range movement aboard Robertson Barracks, April 15, 2014. The range movement was more than three miles and was designed to acclimate the Marines to hiking in the Northern Territory’s humid climate. After the hike, Marines zeroed in their weapons and gave Soldiers in the Australian Army a chance to fire their rifles.
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