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Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus promotes Lance Cpl. Zachary Yerian and Lance Cpl. Marshall Hardin, 1st Battalion, 23rd Marines, on his visit to the LSDH Sargento Aldea in support of Partnership of the Americas 2014. POA 14 is designed to enhance joint and combined interoperability, increase the combined capability to execute Amphibious Operations, Peace Support Operations, and Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Relief missions, and further develop strong and lasting relationships the U.S. Marine Corps has established with partner nations' naval infantries/marine corps.
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Marines crowd around Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus for pictures during his visit to the Marines and sailors of Marine Forces South, 1st Battalion, 23rd Marines, 4th Civil Affairs Group, 4th Marine Logistics Group and Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 364 aboard the Chilean ship LSDH Sargento Aldea, August 21, 2014 in Valparaiso, Chile during Partnership of the Americas 2014. POA 14 is designed to enhance joint and combined interoperability, increase the combined capability to execute Amphibious Operations, Peace Support Operations, and Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Relief missions, and further develop strong and lasting relationships the U.S. Marine Corps has established with partner nation’s naval infantries/marine corps.
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2nd Lt. Ryan Schab, platoon commander with Company D, 4th Assault Amphibian Battalion, 4th Marine Division, mans the turret of an AAV after conducting ship-to-shore operations with Reserve Marines of 4th AAV Bn. at Blount Island, Jacksonville, Fla., Aug. 13, 2014. The training focused on amphibious training and the ability to splash off ship and drive to shore. The Reserve Marines also focused on interoperability with the Navy, using their Maritime Prepositioning Ship to launch the AAVs.
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Reserve Marines from 4th Assault Amphibian Battalion, 4th Marine Division, conducted amphibious training on Blount Island in Jacksonville, Fla., Aug. 13, 2014. The Marines splashed off the back of the USNS SEAY (T-AKR-302), a Maritime Prepositioning Ship, then moved the assault vehicle ashore. The AAVs were then taken to the wash rack where the Marines cleaned and made sure they were still in good working order.
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Marines with 4th Assault Amphibian  Battalion, 4th Marine Division, drive an amphibious assault vehicle off the back of the USNS SEAY, a Maritime Prepositioning Ship, at Blount Island in Jacksonville, Fla., Aug. 13, 2014. The Reserve Marines of 4th AAV Bn. conducted the training to increase proficiency in ship-to-shore operations and work on interoperability with the U.S. Navy
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Reserve Marines with 4th Assault Amphibian Battalion, 4th Marine Division, conducted AAV launch training at Blount Island in Jacksonville, Fla., Aug. 13, 2014. The training focused on ship-to-shore operations and interoperability with the U.S. Navy. The Marines drove the AAVs off the ramp of the back of the USNS SEAY (T-AKR-302), a Maritime Prepositioning Ship, then headed back to shore.
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Marines from Medium Helicopter Squadron 364 take off from the deck of the Chilean ship, LSDH Sargento Aldea during a training scenario designed to simulate a major natural disaster August 17, 2014, as part of Partnership of the Americas 2014. Representatives from Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Paraguay, and the United States are participating in POA 2014 from August 11-22, 2014. This exercise is designed to enhance joint and combined interoperability, increase the combined capability to execute Amphibious Operations, Peace Support Operations, and Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Relief missions, and further develop strong and lasting relationships the U.S. Marine Corps has established with partner nation’s naval infantries/marine corps.
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Chilean and Brazilian Marines clear a route for a medical truck carrying injured civilians during a training scenario designed to simulate a major natural disaster in Pichidangui, Chile August 18, 2014, as part of Partnership of the Americas 2014. Representatives from Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Paraguay, and the United States are participating in POA 2014 from August 11-22, 2014. This exercise is designed to enhance joint and combined interoperability, increase the combined capability to execute Amphibious Operations, Peace Support Operations, and Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Relief missions, and further develop strong and lasting relationships the U.S. Marine Corps has established with partner nation’s naval infantries/marine corps.
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A Marine from 1st Battalion, 23rd Marines attempts to control a crowd of unruly citizen role players during a training scenario designed to simulate a major natural disaster in Pichidangui, Chile August 18, 2014, as part of Partnership of the Americas 2014. Representatives from Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Paraguay, and the United States are participating in POA 2014 from August 11-22, 2014. This exercise is designed to enhance joint and combined interoperability, increase the combined capability to execute Amphibious Operations, Peace Support Operations, and Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Relief missions, and further develop strong and lasting relationships the U.S. Marine Corps has established with partner nation’s naval infantries/marine corps.
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A Chilean Navy Rescue medic provides care to role players during a training scenario designed to simulate a major natural disaster in Pichidangui, Chile August 18, 2014, as part of Partnership of the Americas 2014. Representatives from Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Paraguay, and the United States are participating in POA 2014 from August 11-22, 2014. This exercise is designed to enhance joint and combined interoperability, increase the combined capability to execute Amphibious Operations, Peace Support Operations, and Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Relief missions, and further develop strong and lasting relationships the U.S. Marine Corps has established with partner nation’s naval infantries/marine corps.
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Chilean sailors disembark a Landing Craft Utility ship, a type of boat used by amphibious forces to transport equipment and troops to the shore, as the exhaust from the ships engines fill the disembarking area  during a training evolution as part of Partnership of the Americas 2014. Representatives from Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Paraguay, and the United States are participating in POA 2014 from August 11-22, 2014. This exercise is designed to enhance joint and combined interoperability, increase the combined capability to execute Amphibious Operations, Peace Support Operations, and Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Relief missions, and further develop strong and lasting relationships the U.S. Marine Corps has established with partner nation’s naval infantries/marine corps.
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Marines from 1st Division, 23rd Marines disembark a CH-46E Sea Knight during a training evolution meant to simulate a natural disaster as part of Partnership of the Americas 2014. Representatives from Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Paraguay, and the United States are participating in POA 2014 from August 11-22, 2014. This exercise is designed to enhance joint and combined interoperability, increase the combined capability to execute Amphibious Operations, Peace Support Operations, and Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Relief missions, and further develop strong and lasting relationships the U.S. Marine Corps has established with partner nation’s naval infantries/marine corps.
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Marines with 1st Battalion, 24th Marine Regiment, move down a road while the street is covered by an M1A1 Abrams tank during an assault on a simulated enemy town Aug. 17, 2014, aboard Camp Lejeune, N.C., during exercise Heavy Metal 14. As the assault continued, instructors and safety personnel would point out a Marine to play the role of a wounded casualty to assess the team’s casualty evacuation performance.
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Marines with 1st Battalion, 24th Marine Regiment, conduct an assault on a simulated enemy town Aug. 17, 2014, aboard Camp Lejeune, N.C., during exercise Heavy Metal 14. During the assault, infantrymen moved from house-to-house, clearing them of all simulated enemy forces. Simultaneously, tanks and armored vehicles moved alongside them through the streets during the combined arms attack
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An M1A1 Abrams tank with 4th Tank Battalion takes a defensive position while conducting an assault on a simulated enemy town Aug. 17, 2014, aboard Camp Lejeune, N.C., during exercise Heavy Metal 14. The tanks maneuvered with infantry units to capture key locations throughout the city.
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Marines with 1st Battalion, 24th Marine Regiment, patrol near the tree line while conducting an assault on a simulated enemy town Aug. 17, 2014, aboard Camp Lejeune, N.C., during exercise Heavy Metal 14.  During the assault, infantry units moved from house-to-house clearing them of all enemy forces.
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