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NOLES 2016 Photos
Mongolian Armed Forces soldiers escort U.S. Marine Cpl. Phillip Miller during a simulated riot for the Non-Lethal Executive Seminar (NOLES) 2016 at the Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia, Sept. 19, 2016. Miller is a military police Marine with 3rd Law Enforcement Battalion, III Marine Expeditionary Force. Mongolian soldiers and National Police rehearsed various riot control formations. Non-lethal weapons are designed to incapacitate equipment and personnel while minimizing fatalities and permanent injury to personnel, and undesired collateral damage to property.
Mongolian Armed Forces soldiers and Mongolian National Police practice dispersing a crowd during a simulated riot for the Non-Lethal Executive Seminar (NOLES) 2016 at the Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia, Sept. 19, 2016. Mongolian soldiers and National Police rehearsed various riot control formations. Non-lethal weapons are designed to incapacitate equipment and personnel while minimizing fatalities and permanent injury to personnel, and undesired collateral damage to property. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Jonathan E. LopezCruet)
Mongolian Armed Forces Senior Sgt. Mandaa Bayarsukh explains riot control techniques to other Mongolian service members during Non-Lethal Executive Seminar (NOLES) 2016 at the Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia, Sept. 19, 2016. Mongolian soldiers and National Police rehearsed various riot control formations. Non-lethal weapons are designed to incapacitate equipment and personnel while minimizing fatalities and permanent injury to personnel, and undesired collateral damage to property. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Jonathan E. LopezCruet)
Mongolian Armed Forces soldiers prepare for a simulated riot during Non-Lethal Executive Seminar (NOLES) 2016 at the Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia, Sept. 19, 2016. Mongolian soldiers and National Police rehearsed various riot control formations. Non-lethal weapons are designed to incapacitate equipment and personnel while minimizing fatalities and permanent injury to personnel, and undesired collateral damage to property. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Jonathan E. LopezCruet)
U.S. Marine 1st Lt. Michael McDonald helps a Mongolian Armed Forces soldier adjust his mechanical advantage control holds techniques during Non-Lethal Executive Seminar (NOLES) 2016 at the Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia, Sept. 16, 2016. McDonald is the officer in charge of the Marines participating in NOLES. Mongolian soldiers and police learned mechanical advantage control holds techniques as an additional non-lethal option when apprehending suspects. NOLES is a regularly scheduled field training exercise and leadership seminar hosted annually by various nations throughout Asia Pacific.
U.S. Marines with 3rd Law Enforcement Battalion, III Marine Expeditionary Force, demonstrate mechanical advantage control holds techniques to Mongolian Armed Forces soldiers and Mongolian National Police during Non-Lethal Executive Seminar (NOLES) 2016 at the Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia, Sept. 16, 2016. Mongolian soldiers and police learned mechanical advantage control holds techniques as an additional non-lethal option when apprehending suspects. NOLES is a regularly scheduled field training exercise and leadership seminar hosted annually by various nations throughout Asia Pacific.
A Mongolian Armed Forces soldier performs a mechanical advantage control holds technique on another Mongolian Armed Forces soldier during Non-Lethal Executive Seminar (NOLES) 2016 at the Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia, Sept. 16, 2016. Mongolian soldiers and police learned mechanical advantage control holds techniques as an additional non-lethal option when apprehending suspects. NOLES is a regularly scheduled field training exercise and leadership seminar hosted annually by various nations throughout Asia Pacific.
U.S. Marine Cpl. Ezequiel Silva demonstrates mechanical advantage control holds techniques to Mongolian Armed Forces soldiers and Mongolian National Police during Non-Lethal Executive Seminar (NOLES) 2016 at the Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia, Sept. 16, 2016. Silva is a military police Marine with 3rd Law Enforcement Battalion, III Marine Expeditionary Force. Mongolian soldiers and police learned mechanical advantage control holds techniques as an additional non-lethal option when apprehending suspects. NOLES is a regularly scheduled field training exercise and leadership seminar hosted annually by various nations throughout Asia Pacific.
U.S. Marine Cpl. Samuel Masse demonstrates mechanical advantage control holds technique on Cpl. Adrian Davis during the Non-Lethal Executive Seminar (NOLES) 2016 at the Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia, Sept. 16, 2016. Both Masse and Davis are military police Marines with 3rd Law Enforcement Battalion, III Marine Expeditionary Force. Mongolian soldiers and police learned mechanical advantage control holds techniques as an additional non-lethal option when apprehending suspects. NOLES is a regularly scheduled field training exercise and leadership seminar hosted annually by various nations throughout Asia Pacific.
U.S. Marine Cpl. Ezequiel Silva explains mechanical advantage control holds techniques to Mongolian Armed Forces soldiers and Mongolian National Police during the Non-Lethal Executive Seminar (2016) at the Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia, Sept. 16, 2016. Silva is a military police Marine with 3rd Law Enforcement Battalion, III Marine Expeditionary Force. Mongolian soldiers and police learned mechanical advantage control holds techniques as an additional non-lethal option when apprehending suspects. NOLES is a regularly scheduled field training exercise and leadership seminar hosted annually by various nations throughout Asia Pacific.
U.S. Marine Cpl. Ezequiel Silva demonstrates mechanical advantage control holds techniques to Mongolian Armed Forces soldiers and Mongolian National Police during Non-Lethal Executive Seminar (NOLES) 2016 at the Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia, Sept. 16, 2016. Silva is a military police Marine with 3rd Law Enforcement Battalion, III Marine Expeditionary Force. Mongolian soldiers and police learned mechanical advantage control holds techniques as an additional non-lethal option when apprehending suspects. NOLES is a regularly scheduled field training exercise and leadership seminar hosted annually by various nations throughout Asia Pacific. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Jonathan E. LopezCruet)
A Mongolian Armed Forces soldier demonstrates mechanical advantage control holds techniques to U.S. Marine Cpl. Adrian Davis during the Non-Lethal Executive Seminar (NOLES) 2016 at the Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia, Sept. 16, 2016. Davis is a military police Marine with 3rd Law Enforcement Battalion, III Marine Expeditionary Force. Mongolian soldiers and police learned mechanical advantage control holds techniques as an additional non-lethal option when apprehending suspects. NOLES is a regularly scheduled field training exercise and leadership seminar hosted annually by various nations throughout Asia Pacific.
U.S. Marine Cpl. Philip Miller, a military police Marine from 3rd Law Enforcement Battalion, III Marine Expeditionary Force, and Mongolian Armed Forces Sgt. Elbergzaya, give thumbs up after the X-26E Taser exposure portion of the Non-Lethal Weapons Executive Seminar (NOLES) 2016 at the Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia, Sept. 13, 2016. Both U.S. Marines and Mongolian Armed Forces members received electrical shocks from the X-26E Taser. NOLES is a regularly scheduled field training exercise and leadership seminar hosted annually by various nations throughout Asia-Pacific.
U.S. Marine Cpl. Samuel Masse, left, and Cpl. Matthew Howard place the probes of an X-26E Taser onto a Mongolian service member during Non-Lethal Weapons Executive Seminar (NOLES) 2016 at the Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia, Sept. 13, 2016. Masse and Howard are military police Marines with 3rd Law Enforcement Battalion, III Marine Expeditionary Force, stationed at Okinawa, Japan. Both U.S. Marines and Mongolian Armed Forces members received electrical shocks from the X-26E Taser. NOLES is a regularly scheduled field training exercise and leadership seminar hosted annually by various nations throughout Asia-Pacific.
A Mongolian Armed Forces service member searches a vehicle at a vehicle control point during Non-Lethal Weapons Executive Seminar (NOLES) 2016 at the Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia, Sept. 13, 2016. U.S. Marines with 3rd Law Enforcement Battalion, III Marine Expeditionary Force, conducted training for Mongolian Armed Forces service members on the importance of vehicle control points while maintaining peacekeeping operations. NOLES is a regularly scheduled field training exercise and leadership seminar hosted annually by various nations throughout Asia-Pacific.
A Mongolian Armed Forces service member inspects a vehicle at a vehicle control point during Non-Lethal Weapons Executive Seminar (NOLES) 2016 at the Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia, Sept. 13, 2016. U.S. Marines with 3rd Law Enforcement Battalion, III Marine Expeditionary Force, instruct the Mongolian Armed Forces about the importance of vehicle control points training while maintaining peacekeeping operations. NOLES is a regularly scheduled field training exercise and leadership seminar hosted annually by various nations throughout Asia-Pacific.
U.S. Marine Staff Sgt. Joseph Ross speaks to Mongolian Capt. Battulga Munkhbileg during the Taser portion of the Non-Lethal Weapons Executive Seminar (NOLES) 2016 at the Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia, Sept. 13, 2016. Ross is a military police Marine with 3rd Law Enforcement Battalion, III Marine Expeditionary Force, and Munkhbileg is an instructor at the Peace Support Operation Training Center. Both U.S. Marines and Mongolian Armed Forces received electrical shocks from the X-26E Taser. NOLES is a regularly scheduled field training exercise and leadership seminar hosted annually by various nations throughout Asia-Pacific.
U.S. Marine Cpl. Dennis Diesel, a military police Marine with 3rd Law Enforcement Battalion, III Marine Expeditionary Force, is exposed to an X-26E Taser during Non-Lethal Weapons Executive Seminar (NOLES) 2016 at the Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia, Sept. 13, 2016. Both U.S. Marines and Mongolian Armed Forces members received electrical shocks from the X-26E Taser. NOLES is a regularly scheduled field training exercise and leadership seminar hosted annually by various nations throughout Asia-Pacific.
A U.S. Marine removes the X-26E Taser probes from Cpl. Dennis Diesel’s back during the Taser portion of the Non-Lethal Weapons Executive Seminar (NOLES) 2016 at the Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia, Sept. 13, 2016. Diesel is a military police Marine with 3rd Law Enforcement Battalion, III Marine Expeditionary Force. Both U.S. Marines and Mongolian Armed Forces members received electrical shocks from the X-26E Taser. NOLES is a regularly scheduled field training exercise and leadership seminar hosted annually by various nations throughout Asia-Pacific.
Mongolian Armed Forces and Mongolian Police learn about vehicle control points during Non-Lethal Weapons Executive Seminar (NOLES) 2016 at the Five Hills Training Area, Mongolia, Sept. 13, 2016. U.S. Marines with 3rd Law Enforcement Battalion, III Marine Expeditionary Force, instruct the Mongolian Armed Forces about the importance of vehicle control points training while maintaining peacekeeping operations. NOLES is a regularly scheduled field training exercise and leadership seminar hosted annually by various nations throughout Asia-Pacific.