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Exercise Kowari 2015 participants carry the carcass of a wild boar to their campsite Sept. 4 in the Daly River region, Northern Territory, Australia. Kowari is a trilateral environmental survival training opportunity hosted by Australia and includes forces from Australia, China and the U.S. simultaneously.
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Australian Army SGT Steward Woerle, a survival instructor, gathers fish jerky during Exercise Kowari 15 Sept. 4 in the Daly River region, Northern Territory, Australia. Kowari is a trilateral environmental survival training opportunity hosted by Australia and includes forces from Australia, China and the U.S. simultaneously.
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Australian Army LCPL Michael Dela Pena, left, and U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Tylor Lea with 1st Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, Marine Rotational Force - Darwin, a Eugene, Oregon native, gather crocodile meat during Exercise Kowari 15 Sept. 4 in the Daly River region, Northern Territory, Australia. Kowari is a trilateral environmental survival training opportunity hosted by Australia and includes forces from Australia, China and the U.S. simultaneously.
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U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Tyler Stalnaker with 1st Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, Marine Rotational Force - Darwin, a Sarasota, Florida native, whittles a fork during Exercise Kowari 15 Sept. 2 in the Daly River region, Northern Territory, Australia. Kowari is a trilateral environmental survival training opportunity hosted by Australia and includes forces from Australia, China and the U.S. simultaneously.
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Exercise Kowari 15 participants watch as the local community demonstrates how to prepare bush tucker, natural sustenance found in the area, Sept. 2 in the Daly River region, Northern Territory, Australia. Kowari is a trilateral environmental survival training opportunity hosted by Australia and includes forces from Australia, China and the U.S. simultaneously.
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U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Caleb Lyon, a Stockbridge, Georgia native, eats a magpie goose during Exercise Kowari 15 Sept. 2 in the Daly River region, Northern Territory, Australia. Kowari is a trilateral environmental survival training opportunity hosted by Australia and includes forces from Australia, China and the U.S. simultaneously.
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Exercise Kowari 15 participants carry their gear to be inspected in order to begin their survival test Sept. 6 in the Daly River region, Northern Territory, Australia. Kowari is a trilateral environmental survival training opportunity hosted by Australia and includes forces from Australia, China and the U.S. simultaneously.
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Exercise Kowari 15 participants lay their gear to be inspected in order to begin their survival test Sept. 6 in the Daly River region, Northern Territory, Australia. Kowari is a trilateral environmental survival training opportunity hosted by Australia and includes forces from Australia, China and the U.S. simultaneously.
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U.S. Army 2nd Lt. Jae Yu with the 25th Infantry Division, U.S. Army Pacific, steps out of an Australian protected mobility vehicle after Exercise Kowari 15 participants were relocated to their survival test location Sept. 6 in the Daly River region, Northern Territory, Australia. Kowari is a trilateral environmental survival training opportunity hosted by Australia and includes forces from Australia, China and the U.S. simultaneously.
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Chinese People’s Liberation Army soldier Staff Sergeant Zhu Jiang Tao dries meat during Exercise Kowari 2015, being held in the Daly River region of the Northern Territory. Kowari is a trilateral environmental survival training opportunity hosted by Australia and includes forces from Australia, China and the U.S. simultaneously.
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Australian Army survival instructor SGT Stewart Woerle (right) explains butchering techniques to participants on Exercise Kowari 2015, being held in the Daly River region of the Northern Territory. Kowari is a trilateral environmental survival training opportunity hosted by Australia and includes forces from Australia, China and the U.S. simultaneously.
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U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Elliot Kjerstand, a Rapid City, South Dakota native, lays branches with green leaves on a signal fire during Exercise Kowari 15 Sept. 5 in the Daly River region, Northern Territory, Australia. Kowari is a trilateral environmental survival training opportunity hosted by Australia and includes forces from Australia, China and the U.S. simultaneously.
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Exercise Kowari 15 participants watch their signal fire during Exercise Kowari 15 Sept. 5  in the Daly River region, Northern Territory, Australia. Kowari is a trilateral environmental survival training opportunity hosted by Australia and includes forces from Australia, China and the U.S. simultaneously.
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Australian Army soldiers join U.S. Marines with 1st Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, Marine Rotational Force - Darwin, U.S. Army soldiers with the 25th Infantry Division, U.S. Army Pacific, and Chinese People's Liberation Army soldiers practicing their signal mirror skills during Exercise Kowari 2015, being conducted in the Daly River region of the Northern Territory. Kowari is a trilateral environmental survival training opportunity hosted by Australia and includes forces from Australia, China and the U.S. simultaneously.
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Australian Army LT Ben Peterson and U.S. Army soldiers with the 25th Infantry Division, U.S. Army Pacific, serves eat beef stew cooked in a camp oven during Exercise Kowari 2015, being held in the Daly River region of the Northern Territory. Kowari is a trilateral environmental survival training opportunity hosted by Australia and includes forces from Australia, China and the U.S. simultaneously.
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U.S. Army soldiers with the 25th Infantry Division, U.S. Army Pacific, U.S. Marines with 1st Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, Marine Rotational Force - Darwin, Australian Army and People's Liberation Army soldiers carry the carcass of a cow to a food preservation lesson during Exercise Kowari 2015 survival training in the Daly River region of the Northern Territory. Kowari is a trilateral environmental survival training opportunity hosted by Australia and includes forces from Australia, China and the U.S. simultaneously.
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