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MRF-D 22: Exercise Koolendong 22

U.S. Marines with Marine Rotational Force-Darwin (MRF-D) 22, U.S. Army Soldiers, and Australian Army soldiers participate in exercise Koolendong 22...

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U.S. Marines and Australian Army Soldiers Control the Air From the Ground

A Royal Australian Air Force F-35 carries out a strike mission during a joint close air support training event conducted by U.S. Marines with Air...

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U.S. Marines work with U.S. Army and ADF to load LSV-3

A U.S. Marine Corps Humvee from Marine Rotational Force-Darwin 22, is lowered onto U.S. Army Logistics Support Vessel-3 (LSV-3) “Gen. Brehon B....

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MRF-D 22 in Timor-Leste

Lt. General Falur Rate Laek, the Chief of Defense for Timor-Leste, drinks water freshly purified by a U.S. Marine Corps water purification system.

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MRF-D 22: U.S. Marines and ADF execute exercise Koolendong 22

U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Christopher H. Peach, a squad leader with 3d Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, Ground Combat Element, Marine Rotational...

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MRF-D 22: ACE Conducts Air Defense

Corporal Diego Zastrow, a Low Altitude Air Defense (LAAD) gunner with 3d LAAD Battalion, aviation combat element, Marine Rotational Force-Darwin...

MRF-D 22.2 Mission

From April to October 2022, IVO Darwin, Australia, MRF-D 22.2 serves as a forward postured, partnered, and combat credible MAGTF in order to facilitate rapid response to crisis and contingencies, increase combined warfighting capability, and strengthen shared alliances and partnerships.

 
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