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5k Turkey Trot
U.S. Marine Chief Warrant Officer 2 Jonathan D. Eaton, mobility officer, Command Element, Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force – Crisis Response – Central Command talks with his fellow Marines before the start of the 5k Turkey Trot while in the Middle East Nov. 23, 2017. Thirty-two Marines and Sailors deployed with SPMAGTF-CR-CC partnered with a non-profit organization to sponsor children with spinal bifida and cerebral palsy to raise awareness about the two conditions.
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5k Turkey Trot
Service members deployed to the Middle East line-up in anticipation of the start of the 5k Turkey Trot Nov. 23, 2017. Thirty-two Marines and Sailors deployed with SPMAGTF-CR-CC partnered with a non-profit organization to sponsor children with spinal bifida and cerebral palsy to raise awareness about the two conditions.
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5k Turkey Trot
U.S. Marines Chief Warrant Officer 2 Jonathan D. Eaton (left), mobility officer, Command Element, Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force – Crisis Response – Central Command and Sgt. Emmanuel Gonzalez (right), embarkation chief, CE, SPMAGTF-CR-CC ran the 5k Turkey Trot while deployed to the Middle East Nov. 23, 2017. Thirty-two Marines and Sailors deployed with SPMAGTF-CR-CC partnered with a non-profit organization to sponsor children with spinal bifida and cerebral palsy to raise awareness about the two conditions.
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5k Turkey Trot
Marines and Sailors deployed in the Middle East with Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force – Crisis Response – Central Command pose for a group photo holding the pictures of people they represented for the race Nov. 23, 2017. Thirty-two Marines and Sailors deployed with SPMAGTF-CR-CC partnered with a non-profit organization to sponsor children with spinal bifida and cerebral palsy to raise awareness about the two conditions.
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Combat Life Savers Course
U.S Navy Corpsmen with Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force – Crisis Response – Central Command, evaluate U.S. Marines on techniques they were taught during the Combat Life Savers Course conducted in the Middle East Nov. 6-8, 2017. After the evaluation the Marines were certified as combat life savers. CLS is a three-day course that aims to teach Marines emergency treatment of casualties in a combat environment.
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Combat Life Savers Course
U.S Navy Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Nefi Varela (right), Ground Combat Element, Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force – Crisis Response – Central Command, teaches U.S. Marine Sgt. Zacharie Fistick (left), Command Element, SPMAGTF CR-CC, the proper way to insert an IV needle during a Combat Life Savers Course conducted while in the Middle East Nov. 6-8, 2017. CLS is a three-day course that aims to train Marines on emergency treatment of casualties in a combat environment.
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Combat Life Savers Course
U.S. Marine Sgt. Zacharie Fistick (left), Command Element, Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force – Crisis Response – Central Command, prepares to administer an IV to U.S. Marine Cpl. Benjamin Nemier (right), CE, SPMAGTF CR-CC, with the aid of U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Nefi Varelo (middle), Ground Combat Element, SPMAGTF CR-CC, during a Combat Life Savers course conducted while in the Middle East Nov. 6-8, 2017. CLS is a three-day course that aims to train Marines on emergency treatment of casualties in a combat environment.
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Combat Life Savers Course
U.S Navy Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Nefi Varela (right), Ground Combat Element, Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force – Crisis Response – Central Command, teaches U.S. Marine Sgt. Zacharie Fistick (left), Command Element, SPMAGTF CR-CC, the proper way to insert an IV needle during a Combat Life Savers Course conducted while in the Middle East Nov. 6-8, 2017. CLS is a three-day course that aims to train Marines on emergency treatment of casualties in a combat environment.
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Combat Life Savers Course
U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman 1st Class Roberto C. Garcia, Ground Combat Element, Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force – Crisis Response – Central Command, explains sanitation procedures when inserting an IV during a Combat Life Savers Course while in the Middle East Nov. 6-8, 2017. CLS is a three-day course that aims to train Marines on emergency treatment of casualties in a combat environment.
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Middle East Marine Corps Marathon
Runners that finished the 42nd Marine Corps Marathon Forward while in the Middle East Oct. 22, 2017 received the same medal as those running the 42nd Marine Corps Marathon in the United States. The Marine Corps Marathon is one of the largest marathons in the world and hosts the marathon in forward locations to allow deployed service members the opportunity to compete.
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Middle East Marine Corps Marathon
Captain Danielle Pozun (center left) a Marine deployed with Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force – Crisis Response – Central Command and a member of the Marine Corps Running Team, runs the 42nd Marine Corps Marathon Forward while in the Middle East Oct. 22, 2017. The Marine Corps Marathon is one of the largest marathons in the world and hosts the event in forward locations to allow service members outside the United States an opportunity to compete.
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Middle East Marine Corps Marathon
Runners of the 42nd Marine Corps Marathon Forward start the 26.2-mile race while in the Middle East Oct. 22, 2017. Service members deployed with Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force – Crisis Response – Central Command ran Marine Corps Marathon forward, with U.S. Marine Capt. Danielle Pozun taking 2nd place overall and 1st place for the Women’s Division. The Marine Corps Marathon is one of the largest marathons in the world and hosts the event in forward locations to allow service members outside the United States an opportunity to compete.
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Middle East Marine Corps Marathon
Chief Warrant Officer 2 Jonathan Eaton, mobility officer for Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force – Crisis Response – Central Command reaches the 10-mile marker of the 42nd Marine Corps Marathon while deployed in the Middle East Oct. 22, 2017. The Marine Corps Marathon is one of the largest marathons in the world and hosts the event in forward locations to allow service members outside the United States an opportunity to compete.
Mission
When directed, I MEF deploys and is employed as a Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF) in support of Combatant Commander (COCOM) requirements for contingency response or Major Theater War; with appropriate augmentation, serves as the core element of a Joint Task Force (JTF); prepares and deploys combat ready MAGTFÍs to support COCOM presence and crisis response; and supports service and COCOM initiatives as required.
Featured Stories
Turkey Trot By Cpl. Jocelyn Ontiveros | November 27, 2017
Combat Life Savers Course By Cpl. Jocelyn Ontiveros | November 27, 2017
Middle East Marine Corps Marathon By Staff Sgt. Jacob D. Osborne | November 3, 2017
Fighting for Freedom By Cpl. Jocelyn Ontiveros | October 17, 2017
San Francisco Hosts Defense Support of Civil Authorities Exercise During Fleet Week By Petty Officer 2nd Class Ryan M Harper | October 4, 2017
                      
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