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U.S. Marines and Sailors with Marine Rotational Force – Darwin 2018 arrive at the Royal Australian Air Force Base Darwin, Australia.
U.S. Marine Corps Col. James Schnelle, commanding officer of Marine Rotational Force-Darwin and Deputy Commander Northern Command CAPT Bryan Parker, Royal Australian Navy hold a press conference at Larrakeyah Defence Precinct, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia, April 23,
U.S. Marine Corps Col. James Schnelle, commanding officer of Marine Rotational Force-Darwin and Deputy Commander Northern Command CAPT Bryan Parker, Royal Australian Navy hold a press conference at Larrakeyah Defence Precinct, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia, April 23,
A U.S. Marine with Marine Rotational Force – Darwin 2018 handles a crocodile during a welcome aboard brief at Robertson Barracks, Darwin, Australia, April 12.
U.S. Marines and Sailors with Marine Rotational Force – Darwin 2018 collect their luggage and proceed to customs after arriving at the Royal Australian Air Force Base Darwin, Australia.
U.S. Marines and Sailors with Marine Rotational Force – Darwin 2018 arrive at the Royal Australian Air Force Base Darwin, Australia.
U.S. Marines and Sailors with Marine Rotational Force – Darwin 2018 collect their luggage and proceed to customs after arriving at the Royal Australian Air Force Base Darwin, Australia.
US Marines, ADF service members aid community during Tropical Cyclone Marcus aftermath
US Marines, ADF service members aid community during Tropical Cyclone Marcus aftermath
US Marines, ADF service members aid community during Tropical Cyclone Marcus aftermath
US Marines, ADF service members aid community during Tropical Cyclone Marcus aftermath
US Marines, ADF service members aid community during Tropical Cyclone Marcus aftermath
US Marines, ADF service members aid community during Tropical Cyclone Marcus aftermath
US Marines, ADF service members aid community during Tropical Cyclone Marcus aftermath
One of four MV-22B Ospreys aircraft with Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron (VMM) 268, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, also known as the “Red Dragons,” takes off from Marine Corps Base Hawaii, April 19, 2017, to begin a deployment to Australia in support of Marine Rotational Force - Darwin. This marks the first trans-Pacific flight from Hawaii to Australia for the aircraft and the first deployment for VMM-268 since the squadron move from MCAS Miramar, California, to Hawaii. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Aaron S. Patterson)
A Marine with Marine Tiltrotor Squadron (VMM) 268 guides an MV-22B Osprey into position after the aircraft landed at Royal Australian Air Force Base Darwin, Australia, April 28, 2017. Four MV-22B Ospreys arrived to begin a deployment to Marine Rotational Force-Darwin 17.2. VMM-268, also known as the “Red Dragons,” are the first to make a trans-Pacific flight with the MV-22B Osprey. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Damion Hatch)
A Marine with Marine Tiltrotor Squadron (VMM) 268 guides an MV-22B Osprey into position after the aircraft landed at Royal Australian Air Force Base Darwin, Australia, April 28, 2017. Four MV-22B Ospreys arrived to begin a deployment to Marine Rotational Force-Darwin 17.2. The Ospreys flew approximately 6,000 miles across the Pacific in 21-hours of flight time. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Damion Hatch)
An MV-22B Osprey aircraft with Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron (VMM) 268, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, also known as the “Red Dragons,” prepares to depart from Marine Corps Base Hawaii, April 19, 2017, to begin a deployment to Australia in support of Marine Rotational Force – Darwin. This marks the first trans-Pacific flight from Hawaii to Australia for the aircraft and the first deployment for VMM-268 since the squadron moved from MCAS Miramar, California, to Hawaii. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Aaron S. Patterson)
A Marine with Marine Rotational Force – Darwin stands under the Southern Cross star constellation during Exercise Koolendong 16 at Bradshaw Field Training Area, Northern Territory, Australia, Aug. 16, 2016. Koolendong is a trilateral exercise between the Australian Defence Force, U.S. Marine Corps and French Armed Forces New Caledonia. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Sarah Anderson)
Marines with Combined Anti-Armored Team, 1st Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment, stop to scan for targets while training in maneuvering through a wooded area in a convoy operation at Bradshaw Field Training Area, Northern Territory, Australia Aug. 8, 2016. The Marines are taking part in Exercise Koolendong 16 and are part of the Marine Rotational Force-Darwin.