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Mandatory On-post Housing & Changes to POV Shipping April 21, 2014 —   Mandatory On-post housing:  The Mandatory Housing Assignment Policy #63 is effective this year to reduce the number of on-post housing vacancies.   We encourage sponsors for new community members to inform incoming servicemembers of this policy. To view the letter, please visit the following link: MANDATORY HOUSING ASSIGNMENT POLICY LETTER MORE
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US Marines, sailors to conduct training in Nigeria April 21, 2014 — Approximately 20 Marines and sailors from Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force Africa 14 will travel in April to Nigeria to conduct a theater security cooperation mission designed to improve the military capacity of our African partners and better enable them to prevent conflict and increase regional security. The American service members MORE
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Marines conduct non-lethal weapons training in Nigeria
SP-MAGTF Africa Marines continue donating to relief society April 18, 2014 — Every year between March and April, Marines and sailors participate in an annual fund drive for the Navy and Marine Corps Relief Society.  The NMCRS provides financial assistance to service members with the Navy and Marine Corps, their family members, widows and survivors.  According to 1st Lt. Wes Roberts, the adjutant for Special-Purpose Marine MORE
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U.S., Estonian service members meet with Latvian high school students April 18, 2014 — United States Marines with Black Sea Rotational Force 14, from 3rd Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, are currently in Latvia training with the local army for exercise Summer Shield along with Estonian and Lithuanian service members, but they were able to make a special trip to a small school in the rural Latvian countryside to MORE
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U.S. and Estonian service members meet with Latvian high school students
Multinational participation plays key factor to Exercise African Lion April 14, 2014 — In the current global-security environment, one nation isn’t enough. After decades of overseas contingency operations, from the sands of Afghanistan to the jungles of Mali, coalitions are a clear indicator of partner nations’ commitment to worldwide stability and security.   Exercise African Lion is U.S. Africa Command’s flagship program in MORE
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Multinational Day for African Lion 14
US Marine, Coastguardsman work together, train with Togolese Navy, Gendarmerie April 11, 2014 — A U.S. Marine and U.S. Coastguardsmen traveled to Lomé, Togo, to demonstrate small-boat engine mechanics to a group of sailors and Gendarmerie from the Togo Navy, March 22-29.  Lance Cpl. Tyler Jackson, a Marine with Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force Africa 14.1, and Petty Officer 3rd Class Brian Spence, a Coastguardsman with U.S. Coast MORE
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US Marine, Coastguardsman work together, train with Togolese Navy, Gendarmerie
Marines land in Morocco, demonstrate crisis response capability April 09, 2014 — In today’s security environment, the ability to quickly place military personnel on a location anywhere on the globe is at a premium. In order to stay ready for that task, the U.S. Marines of Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force conducted a training mission in Tifnit, Morocco, April 3, 2014. Their mission was executed in conjunction with MORE
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Marines land in Morocco, demonstrate crisis response capability
International military police officers find common ground at African Lion 14 April 09, 2014 — Military police officers from the U.S. Marines, Army and Air Force, along with Royal Moroccan soldiers specializing in riot-control, found common ground as enforcers of the law during African Lion 14.  The training engagement, out on the desert-lined coast of Tifnit, Morocco, focused on more than training alongside partners; it integrated the MORE
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International Military Police Officers
Marines conduct non-lethal weapons training in Nigeria April 04, 2014 — A group of Marines with Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force Africa 14.1 recently returned from a five-day training exercise in Abuja, Nigeria, March 22.  The group of four Marines trained approximately 20 Nigerian soldiers on basic non-lethal weapons techniques in support of U.S. Africa Command and Marine Corps Forces Europe and Africa’s MORE
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Marines conduct non-lethal weapons training in Nigeria
US Marines demonstrate non-lethal weapons to Ghanaian sailors April 03, 2014 — Three Marines with Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force Africa 14.1 trained a group of sailors from the Ghana Navy in non-lethal weapons tactics in Takoradi, Ghana, March 17-21.  Capt. Travis Posey and Lance Cpls. Sheridan Halfacre and Dewayne Gregory traveled from Naval Air Station Sigonella, Italy, with members of a small theater security MORE
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US Marines demonstrate non-lethal weapons to Ghanaian sailors

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