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U.S. Marine Corps Gunnery Sgt. Pedro Chamorro, a supply chief with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 463, Marine Rotational Force – Darwin and a native of Miami, discusses teamwork with Marines during a softball clinic for local youth July 25 at Tracy Village Social and Sports Club, Wanguri, Northern Territory, Australia. The Marines supported the U.S. State Department-sponsored community event with the Northern Territory’s school softball program to mentor the students and teach them how to play competitively. Beyond purely military training, Marines’ involvement in community engagements in the Northern Territory shows their appreciation for Australia’s hospitality.
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U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Joseph Chaparro, an aircraft rescue and firefighting specialist with Marine Wing Support Squadron 171, Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, explains techniques for the catcher position during a softball clinic for local youth July 25 at Tracy Village Social and Sports Club, Wanguri, Northern Territory, Australia. The Marines supported the U.S. State Department-sponsored community event with the Northern Territory’s school softball program to mentor the students and teach them how to play competitively. Beyond purely military training, Marines’ involvement in community engagements in the Northern Territory shows their appreciation for Australia’s hospitality.
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U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Mark Valentine, an electrician with Combat Logistics Detachment 1, 1st Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, catches a ball while participating in a softball clinic for local youth July 23 at Tracy Village Social and Sports, Wanguri, Northern Territory, Australia. The Marines supported the supported the U.S. State Department-sponsored community event with the Northern Territory’s school softball program to mentor the students and teach them how to play competitively. Marines utilize community relations events to engage with local schools and contribute to the local communities, while immersing themselves in the local culture.
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U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Michael King, a section leader with Combined Anti-Armor Team 1, Weapons Company, 1st Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, mentors youth as they learn to throw a softball while participating in a softball clinic for local youth July 23 at Tracy Village Social and Sports Club, Wanguri, Northern Territory, Australia. The Marines supported the supported the U.S. State Department-sponsored community event with the Northern Territory’s school softball program to mentor the students and teach them how to play competitively.  Marines utilize community relations events to engage with local schools and contribute to the local communities, while immersing themselves in the local culture.
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U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Michael King, a section leader with Combined Anti-Armor Team 1, Weapons Company, 1st Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, hits a softball to a group of children as they try to catch the ball while participating in a softball clinic for local youth July 23 at Tracy Village Social and Sports Club, Wanguri, Northern Territory, Australia.. The Marines supported the supported the U.S. State Department-sponsored community event with the Northern Territory’s school softball program to mentor the students and teach them how to play competitively. Marines utilize community relations events to engage with local schools and contribute to the local communities, while immersing themselves in the local culture.
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U.S. Marines with Marine Rotational Force – Darwin conduct squad pushups to demonstrate a team-building exercise during a softball clinic for local youth July 25 at Tracy Village Social and Sports Club, Wanguri, Northern Territory, Australia. The Marines supported the U.S. State Department-sponsored community event with the Northern Territory’s school softball program to mentor the students and teach them how to play competitively. Beyond purely military training, Marines’ involvement in community engagements in the Northern Territory shows their appreciation for Australia’s hospitality.
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U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Miguel Regalado, a rifleman with Company C, 1st Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, participates in a softball clinic for local youth July 23 at Tracy Village Social and Sports Club, Wanguri, Northern Territory, Australia. The Marines supported the U.S. State Department-sponsored community event with the Northern Territory’s school softball program to mentor the students and teach them how to play competitively. Marines utilize community relations events to engage with local schools and contribute to the local communities, while immersing themselves in the local culture.
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U.S. Marines with Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, listen to the training schedule while participating in a softball clinic for local youth July 23 at Tracy Village Social and Sports Club, Wanguri, Northern Territory, Australia. The Marines supported the supported the U.S. State Department-sponsored community event with the Northern Territory’s school softball program to mentor the students and teach them how to play competitively. Beyond purely military training, Marines’ involvement in community engagements in the Northern Territory shows their appreciation for Australia’s hospitality.
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Sergeant Tanner Grace, a native of Troy, Pennsylvania, and an armorer for the Marine Corps Shooting Team, and Australian Army Pvt. Gareth Mulraney, an armorer for the Australian Army Skill at Arms Meeting 2015, work on the next-generation M40 sniper rifle during sniper rifle snap-in match May 10 at the Puckapunyal Military Area, Victoria, Australia, during the AASAM 2015. Grace was only international armorer supporting AASAM, an annual, international combat-marksmanship competition hosted by the Australian Army, May 6 to 22. During the competition, Grace and Mulraney were the only armorers working on other nation’s service pistols, rifles, sniper rifles and machine guns. The AASAM competition afforded an unprecedented combined training opportunity and improved interoperability with Australian Defense Forces and other militaries present at AASAM 2015.
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Local youth with the Softball Northern Territory development camp try squad push-ups as a team-building exercise during a softball clinic July 25 at Tracy Village Social and Sports Club, Wanguri, Northern Territory, Australia. Marines with Marine Rotational Force – Darwin supported the U.S. State Department-sponsored community event with the Northern Territory’s school softball program to mentor the students and teach them how to play competitively. Beyond purely military training, Marines’ involvement in community engagements in the Northern Territory shows their appreciation for Australia’s hospitality.
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Sergeant Tanner Grace, a native of Troy, Pennsylvania, and an armorer for the Marine Corps Shooting Team, works on the next-generation M40 sniper rifle during sniper rifle snap-in match May 10 at the Puckapunyal Military Area, Victoria, Australia, during the Australian Army Skill at Arms Meeting 2015. Grace was only international armorer supporting AASAM, an annual, international combat-marksmanship competition hosted by the Australian Army, May 6 to 22. During the competition, he worked on number of other nation’s service pistols, rifles, sniper rifles and machine guns. AASAM competition afforded an unprecedented combined training opportunity and improved interoperability with Australian Defense Forces and other militaries present at AASAM 2015.
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U.S. Marines and sailors with 1st Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, Marine Rotational Force – Darwin donate blood at the Casuarina Blood Donor Centre, Northern Territory, Australia, Sept. 9. Marines and sailors rolled up their sleeves to support the blood drive, a selfless donation that potentially saves lives. Beyond purely military training, connecting with the community in the Northern Territory adds depth to our relationship with Australia.
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U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Daniel Esparza, an armorer with Headquarters and Service Company, 1st Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, donates blood at the Casuarina Blood Donor Centre, Northern Territory, Australia, Sept. 9. Marines and sailors rolled up their sleeves to support the blood drive, a selfless donation that potentially saves lives. Beyond purely military training, connecting with the community in the Northern Territory adds depth to our relationship with Australia. Esparza is a native of Riverside, California.
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U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Evan Lenhardt, an armorer with Headquarters and Service Company, 1st Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, donates blood at the Casuarina Blood Donor Centre, Northern Territory, Australia, Sept. 9. Marines and sailors rolled up their sleeves to support the blood drive, a selfless donation that potentially saves lives. Beyond purely military training, connecting with the community in the Northern Territory adds depth to our relationship with Australia. Lenhardt is a native of Lakeland, Florida.
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U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Fernando Cosyleon, a rifleman with Company A, 1st Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, donates blood at the Casuarina Blood Donor Centre, Northern Territory, Australia, Sept. 9. Marines and sailors rolled up their sleeves to support the blood drive, a selfless donation that potentially saves lives. Beyond purely military training, connecting with the community in the Northern Territory adds depth to our relationship with Australia.
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Shael Martin with the Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory addresses the crowd during the unveiling of a giant clam conservation awareness display Sept. 7 at the Territory Wildlife Park, Berry Springs, Northern Territory, Australia. Marines and sailors with Marine Rotational Force – Darwin volunteered since the beginning of their six-month rotation in Australia to contribute to the park as part of their involvement with the local community. Beyond purely military training, Marines’ participation in engagements throughout the Northern Territory shows their appreciation for Australia’s welcome.
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