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Cpl. Luis Vasquez, automotive mechanic, Lima Company, 3rd Battalion, Marine Rotational Force - Darwin, motivates one of his Australian Army classmates during a Combat Fitness Leadership Course physical training session he taught at the Northern Gym, here, Aug. 20. The course teaches students to lead physical training techniques. Two MRF-D Marines are attending the month-long course. This is the first time Marines have participated in an Australian Army training course here.
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Lance Cpl. Francisco Deleon, radio technician, Lima Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, Marine Rotation Force - Darwin, completes a barbell abdominal rollout during a Combat Fitness Leadership Course physical training session taught by students at the Northern Gym, here, Aug. 20. The course teaches students to lead physical training techniques. Two MRF-D Marines are attending the month-long course. This is the first time Marines have participated in an Australian Army training course here.
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Cpl. Luis Vasquez, automotive mechanic, Lima Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, Marine Rotational Force - Darwin, blows his whistle, signaling the beginning of another exercise in a circuit course he taught during a Combat Fitness Leadership Course at the Northern Gym, here, Aug. 20. The course teaches students to lead physical training techniques.  Two MRF-D Marines are attending the month-long course. This is the first time Marines have participated in an Australian Army training course here.
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Cpl. Luis Vasquez (right), automotive mechanic, Lima Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, Marine Rotational Force - Darwin, leads Combat Fitness Leadership Course students in a warm-up exercise at the Northern Gym, here, Aug. 20. The course teaches students to lead physical training techniques. Two MRF-D Marines are attending the month-long course. This is the first time Marines have participated in an Australian Army training course here.
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Sgt. Michael Valentino, automotive mechanic, Lima Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, Marine Rotational Force - Darwin, conducts heaves, known in the U.S. as pull-ups, as part of a Combat Fitness Leadership Course Barrier Test at the Northern Gym, here, July 30. This was one of seven different exercises participants had to complete. The top two Marine performers in the barrier test will attend the month-long CFLC.
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Cpl. Luis Vasquez, automotive mechanic, Lima Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, Marine Rotational Force - Darwin, runs an Illinois Shuttle, a series of sprints to be completed in 18 seconds or less, as part of a Combat Fitness Leadership Course Barrier Test at the Northern Gym, here, July 30. This was one of seven different exercises participants had to complete. The top two Marine performers in the barrier test will attend the month-long CFLC.
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Sgt. Michael Valentino (left) and Cpl. Luis Vasquez (right), both automotive mechanics, Lima Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, Marine Rotational Force - Darwin, complete a 2.4-kilometer run as part of a Combat Fitness Leadership Course Barrier Test, here, July 30. This was one of seven different exercises participants had to complete. The top two Marine performers in the barrier test will attend the month-long CFLC.
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Marines with Marine Rotational Force - Darwin and Australian soldiers conduct 100 situps to a cadence during a Combat Fitness Leadership Course Barrier Test at the Northern Gym, here, July 30. This was one of seven different exercises participants had to complete. The top two Marine performers in the barrier test will attend the month-long CFLC.
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Marines with Marine Rotational Force - Darwin and Australian soldiers conduct a maximum set of pushups in two minutes as part of a Combat Fitness Leadership Course Barrier Test at the Northern Gym, here, July 30. This was one of seven different exercises participants had to complete. The top two Marine performers in the barrier test will attend the month-long CFLC.
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