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Katelyn Shaver sings for the attendees of the West Coast Senior Enlisted Professional Dinner at Valley Center, Calif., Feb. 8, 2018.
Sgt. Maj. Bradley Kasal, sergeant major, I Marine Expeditionary Force, speaks at the West Coast Senior Enlisted Professional Dinner at Valley Center, Calif., Feb. 8, 2018.
Master Gunnery Sgt. Douglas Fraser, G-3 operations chief, I Marine Expeditionary Force, Sgt. Maj. Bradley Kasal, Sergeant Major, I MEF, and 1st Sgt. John Miller, first sergeant, Headquarters Company, I MEF Information Group, pose for a photo during the West Coast Senior Enlisted Professional Dinner at Valley Center, Calif., Feb. 8, 2018.
1st Sgt. John Miller, first sergeant, Headquarters Company, I Marine Expeditionary Force Information Group, addresses the attendees of the West Coast Senior Enlisted Professional Dinner at Valley Center, Calif., Feb. 8, 2018.
In 2017, I MEF Marines and Sailors supported more than 140 community events.
In 2017, I MEF Marines and Sailors supported more than 140 community events.
In 2017, I MEF Marines and Sailors supported more than 140 community events.
The Honorable Susan M. Gordon, left, speaks with Col. John Walker, Assistant Chief of Staff, G-2 Intelligence, I Marine Expeditionary Force on Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jan. 29, 2018. Gordon is the Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence and visited Camp Pendleton to meet with key I MEF personnel concerning how the intelligence community supports warfighting and tactics in the modern era.
Tactics instructors with the I Marine Expeditionary Force Advisor Training Branch closely supervise the use of AK-47 assault rifles as part of a foreign weapons demonstration for Marines with Task Force Al-Taqaddum 18.1 Rotation 6 at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, Jan. 16, 2018.
Marines with Task Force Al-Taqaddum 18.1 Rotation 6 practice marksmanship with AK-47 assault rifles as part of a foreign weapons demonstration at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, Jan. 16, 2018.
A Marine with Task Force Al-Taqaddum 18.1 Rotation 6 assembles an AK-47 assault rifle as part of a foreign weapons demonstration at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, Jan. 16, 2018.
Cpl. Madeline Engle, a radio operator with Task Force Al-Taqaddum 18.1 Rotation 6, assembles an AK-47 assault rifle during a foreign weapons demonstration at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, Jan. 16, 2018.
A tactics instructor with the I Marine Expeditionary Force Advisor Training Branch adjusts the sights on an AK-47 assault rifle as part of a foreign weapons demonstration for Marines with Task Force Al-Taqaddum 18.
Sgt. Maj. David A. Wilson, off-going sergeant major for I Marine Expeditionary Force Information Group, passes the non-commissioned officer’s sword to Col. Dawn R. Alonso, commanding officer, I MIG, during a relief and appointment ceremony at the 11 area parade deck aboard Camp Pendleton, California, Jan. 18, 2018.
A detachment from 9th Communication Battalion offloads from a MV-22 while conducting a refueling mission as part of the Battalion Field Exercise 1-18.   Beyond communications, Marines trained on land navigation, security, and flight operations during the exercise.
A small detachment from 9th Communication Battalion establishes a full service communications node during Battalion Field Training Exercise 1-17. The Battalion uses camouflage netting to conceal the assets at the site.
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Marines from Bravo Company work as a team to set up a Tactical Elevated Antenna Mast System, or TEAMS, to establish line of sight microwave communications with the Battalion Main Element.
1stLt Oshiro walks away victorious after Sgt Rawlins declares him the winner during pugil sticks. The Marines of 9th Communication Battalion competed in a variety of MCMAP contests to include pugil sticks and ground fighting following a 6 mile gas hike.
Marines from Charlie Company board a MV-22 Osprey while conducting Casualty Evacuation drills in September 2017. The exercise provided the Marines an opportunity to practice calling in a variety of reports over single channel radio.