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There are 75 Coalition partners committed to the goal of eliminating the threat posed by ISIS in Iraq and Syria and have contributed in various capacities to the effort. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Zakia Gray)
There are 75 Coalition partners committed to the goal of eliminating the threat posed by ISIS in Iraq and Syria and have contributed in various capacities to the effort. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Zakia Gray)
There are 75 Coalition partners committed to the goal of eliminating the threat posed by ISIS in Iraq and Syria and have contributed in various capacities to the effort. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Zakia Gray)
There are 75 Coalition partners committed to the goal of eliminating the threat posed by ISIS in Iraq and Syria and have contributed in various capacities to the effort. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Zakia Gray)
There are 75 Coalition partners committed to the goal of eliminating the threat posed by ISIS in Iraq and Syria and have contributed in various capacities to the effort. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Zakia Gray)
There are 75 Coalition partners committed to the goal of eliminating the threat posed by ISIS in Iraq and Syria and have contributed in various capacities to the effort. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Zakia Gray)
U.S. Navy corpsman Petty Officer 1st Class Alberto Sevillaparra and Petty Officer 3rd Class Evans Bolton, access wounded Marines during a training exercise on Al Asad Airbase, Iraq, July 5, 2018. There are 75 Coalition partners committed to the goal of eliminating the threat posed by ISIS in Iraq and Syria and have contributed in various capacities to the effort. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Zakia Gray)
U.S. Marine Cpt. Jared Picard and Petty Officer 1st Class Alberto Servillaparra, from Task Force Lion establish a 360 degree security around a simulated casualty during a training exercise on Al Asad Airbase, Iraq, July 5, 2018. There are 75 Coalition partners committed to the goal of eliminating the threat posed by ISIS in Iraq and Syria and have contributed in various capacities to the effort. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Zakia Gray)
U.S. Navy Commander Elizabeth Reeves, second from right, Preventive Medicine Officer, I Marine Expeditionary Force, answers questions about women’s health and wellness during the 31st Annual Joint Women’s Leadership Symposium at the San Diego Convention Center, June 21, 2018. The symposium brought together women from all of the U.S. services and 20 other countries to discuss topics ranging from women’s health and wellness to professional development and leadership.
Maj. Gen. Lori Reynolds, commanding general of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Cyberspace Command, gives the opening remarks for the Marine Corps during the service specific day at the 31st Annual Joint Women’s Leadership Symposium at the San Diego Convention Center, June 22, 2018. The symposium brought together women from all of the U.S. services and 20 other countries to discuss topics ranging from women’s health and wellness to professional development and leadership.
Col. Dawn Alonso, center, commanding officer of I Marine Expeditionary Force Information Group, I MEF, answers questions from fellow officers during the senior officer panel at the 31st Annual Joint Women’s Leadership Symposium at the San Diego Convention Center, June 22, 2018. The symposium brought together women from all of the U.S. services and 20 other countries to discuss topics ranging from women’s health and wellness to professional development and leadership.
Marines from across the Marine Corps attend the 31st Annual Joint Women’s Leadership Symposium at the San Diego Convention Center, June 21-22, 2018. The symposium brought together women from all of the U.S. services and 20 other countries to discuss topics ranging from women’s health and wellness to professional development and leadership.
Gen. Glenn M. Walters, center, assistant commandant of the Marine Corps, poses for a photo with I Marine Expeditionary Force Marines during the 31st Annual Joint Women’s Leadership Symposium at the San Diego Convention Center, June 22, 2018. The symposium brought together women from all of the U.S. services and 20 other countries to discuss topics ranging from women’s health and wellness to professional development and leadership.
9th Communication Battalion Officers meet with Sergeant Ron Rawlings. Sergeant Rawlings fought with 2nd Battalion, 5th Marines as a Radio Operator at the battle of Hue City during the Vietnam War.
I MEF is continuously placing trained and equipped Marines in positions around the world, ready to respond to any emergency.
The transmissions exercise set out to develop, improve, and validate tactics, techniques, and procedures of Transmissions Platoon, Company A.  The exercise consisted of a build phase, where Marines rehearsed individual skills, build fire team/squad TTPs, then executed a variety of missions in an urban and austere environment.
Lance Corporal Shivers of Alpha Company applies an IV on HM3 Ford in a Combat Lifesaving Class.
Marine of Transmissions Platoon, Company A negotiates an obstacle while training at night.
Marines of Transmissions Platoon, Company A conduct escalation of force drills.
Marines of Transmissions Platoon, Company A on a security patrol outside of their antenna hill compound.