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Explosive Ordnance Disposal #Marines with @3rdMLG, participate in Jungle Survival Training on Camp Gonsalves, Japan. EOD Marines practice survival methods in areas where support may not be accessible, but mission completion is still the priority. #survivalskills #TrainHowWeFight https://t.co/OBltU6uACp
Marines with @31stMeu enhanced their proficiency with multiple weapons, and they exercised their basic medical skills during a familiarization training. This training enabled the Marines to operate in austere environments and be ready to respond to any crisis in the Indo-Pacific. https://t.co/4MN00KtRda
III Marine Expeditionary Force has resumed Assault Amphibious Vehicle water operations, strengthening the capacity in the Pacific to conduct amphibious operations with the reintegration of rugged, tactical ship-to-shore connectors. https://t.co/6MEAJ2JQs9 https://t.co/Ske5NyoQSn
“Deploying side by side allows us to get to know each other’s processes, policies and procedures at the personal level.” -1st Lt. Bryce Williams, ADF exercise controller Read how @MrfDarwin and the ADF completed Exercise Crocodile Response! https://t.co/AN1SkVpCbO https://t.co/1FSVy1whAV
“We all have a soul that is wounded and traumatized, and this program helps heal those soul wounds.” - Erica Nordberg, the founder of Reboot Recovery in Okinawa Read about how Reboot Recovery was brought to Okinawa for its second ever class on island. https://t.co/fp8sFENHh6 https://t.co/HTMRvZZFK5
This #PrideMonth, we recognize the LBGTQ+ #Marines that raised their right hand and earned the title “Marine.” The business of fighting and winning battles requires diverse and inclusive teams, and the #USMC takes #pride in building strength through #diversity. https://t.co/X3N9x0WrhA