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Marines with SPMAGTF Crisis Response-Africa pose for a photo with Sicilian locals at Parco Forestale Di Calaforno (Park Forestry of Calaforno), an ancient burial site in Ragusa, Sicily, Dec. 12, 2014 After a request from the lead archeologist to the Naval Air Station Sigonella Community Relations office, 20 Marines and Sailors with SPMAGTF-CR-AF helped excavate cave openings to burial chambers potentially dating back thousands of years, potentially to 2200 BC. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Cpl. Shawn Valosin)
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A sailor with the Beninese Navy escorts a role player before conducting a vehicle search during a theater security cooperation engagement with U.S. Marines in Contonou, Benin, Nov. 27, 2014 Training in both regions focused on weapons safety and handling, rules of engagement, escalation of force, personnel and vehicle searches, vehicle entry points as well as entry control points—ending with a final exercise that tested the collective tactical knowledge learned over the course of the training engagement. Marines with SPMAGTF Crisis Response-Africa conducted the TSC engagement to help develop and enhance armed sentry skills as the Beninese Navy is preparing to deploy on a peace-keeping mission to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) where they will be standing sentry duties.
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Service members with the Togolese Armed Forces conduct a vehicle search during a theater security cooperation engagement with U. S. Marines in Lome, Togo, Dec. 3, 2014. In Togo, the Marines trained alongside 20 students from the Togoloese Army, Air Force, Navy and the Gendarmerie forces. Training in both regions focused on weapons safety and handling, rules of engagement, escalation of force, personnel and vehicle searches, vehicle entry points as well as entry control points—ending with a final exercise that tested the collective tactical knowledge learned over the course of the training engagement. Marines with SPMAGTF Crisis Response-Africa conducted the TSC engagement to help develop and enhance armed sentry skills sharing tactics, techniques and procedures with the Togolese Armed Forces. (Courtesy Photo)
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A sailor with the Beninese Navy conducts a personnel search during a theater security cooperation engagement with U.S. Marines in Contonou, Benin, Nov. 27, 2014. Training focused on weapons safety and handling, rules of engagement, escalation of force, personnel and vehicles searches, vehicle entry points as well as entry control points — ending with a final exercise that tested the collective tactical knowledge learned over the course of the training engagement. Marines with SPMAGTF Crisis Response-Africa conducted the TSC engagement to help develop and enhance armed sentry skills as the Beninese Navy is preparing to deploy on a peace-keeping mission to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) where they will be standing sentry duties. (Courtesy Photo)
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A service member with the Togolese Armed Forces conducts a personnel search during a theater security cooperation engagement with U.S. Marines in Lome, Togo, Dec. 4, 2014. In Togo, the Marines trained alongside 20 students from the Togoloese Army, Air Force, Navy and the Gendarmerie forces. Training in both regions focused on weapons safety and handling, rules of engagement, escalation of force, personnel and vehicle searches, vehicle entry points as well as entry control points—ending with a final exercise that tested the collective tactical knowledge learned over the course of the training engagement. Marines with SPMAGTF Crisis Response-Africa conducted the TSC engagement to help develop and enhance armed sentry skills sharing tactics, techniques and procedures with the Togolese Armed Forces. (Courtesy Photo)
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Service members with the Togolese Armed Forces use escalation of force procedures and guide a vehicle through an entry control point (ECP) in order to conduct a vehicle search during a theater security cooperation engagement with U. S. Marines in Lome, Togo, Dec. 4, 2014. In Togo, the Marines trained alongside 20 students from the Togoloese Army, Air Force, Navy and the Gendarmerie forces. Marines with SPMAGTF Crisis Response-Africa conducted the TSC engagement to help develop and enhance armed sentry skills sharing tactics, techniques and procedures with the Togolese Armed Forces. (Courtesy Photo)
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A service member with the Togolese Armed Forces inspects a wheel after the vehicle had been thoroughly searched during a theater security cooperation engagement with U. S. Marines in Lome, Togo, Dec. 4,  2014. In Togo, the Marines trained alongside 20 students from the Togoloese Army, Air Force, Navy and the Gendarmerie forces. Training in both regions focused on weapons safety and handling, rules of engagement, escalation of force, personnel and vehicle searches, vehicle entry points as well as entry control points—ending with a final exercise that tested the collective tactical knowledge learned over the course of the training engagement. Marines with SPMAGTF Crisis Response-Africa conducted the TSC engagement to help develop and enhance armed sentry skills sharing tactics, techniques and procedures with the Togolese Armed Forces. (Courtesy Photo)
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Service members with the Togolese Armed Forces give a warning signal to a vehicle entering their ‘Entry Control Point’ as part of a theater security cooperation engagement with U. S. Marines in Lome, Togo, Dec. 4, 2014. In Togo, the Marines trained alongside 20 students from the Togoloese Army, Air Force, Navy and the Gendarmerie forces. Training in both regions focused on weapons safety and handling, rules of engagement, escalation of force, personnel and vehicle searches, vehicle entry points as well as entry control points—ending with a final exercise that tested the collective tactical knowledge learned over the course of the training engagement. Marines with SPMAGTF Crisis Response-Africa conducted the TSC engagement to help develop and enhance armed sentry skills sharing tactics, techniques and procedures with the Togolese Armed Forces. (Courtesy Photo)
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A service member with the Togolese Armed Forces conducts a personnel search on 1st Lt. Kyle Faherty during a armed sentry training engagement with U.S. Marines in Lome, Togo, Dec. 4, 2014. In Togo, the Marines trained alongside 20 students from the Togoloese Army, Air Force, Navy and the Gendarmerie forces. Training in both regions focused on weapons safety and handling, rules of engagement, escalation of force, personnel and vehicle searches, vehicle entry points as well as entry control points—ending with a final exercise that tested the collective tactical knowledge learned over the course of the training engagement. Marines with SPMAGTF Crisis Response-Africa conducted the theater security cooperation engagement to help develop and enhance armed sentry skills sharing tactics, techniques and procedures with the Togolese Armed Forces. (Courtesy Photo)
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Gunnery Sgt. Gabriel Burns gives a class on Escalation of Force to service members with the Benin Navy in Contonou, Benin, Nov. 25, 2014. Burns, an Auburn, Ind. Native with SPMAGTF Crisis Response-Africa conducted a theater security cooperation engagement to help develop and enhance armed sentry skills as the Beninese Navy is preparing to deploy on a peace-keeping mission to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) where they will be standing sentry duties. (Courtesy Photo)
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Sailors with the Beninese Navy conduct a vehicle search during a theater security cooperation engagement with U.S. Marines in Contonou, Benin, Nov. 26, 2014. Training in both regions focused on weapons safety and handling, rules of engagement, escalation of force, personnel and vehicle searches, vehicle entry points as well as entry control points—ending with a final exercise that tested the collective tactical knowledge learned over the course of the training engagement. Marines with SPMAGTF Crisis Response-Africa conducted the TSC engagement to help develop and enhance armed sentry skills as the Beninese Navy is preparing to deploy on a peace-keeping mission to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) where they will be standing sentry duties. (Courtesy Photo)
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Sailors with the Beninese Navy conduct an Entry Control Point (ECP) exercise in Contonou, Benin, Nov. 27, 2014. Marines with SPMAGTF Crisis Response-Africa conducted the theater security cooperation engagement to help develop and enhance armed sentry skills as the Beninese Navy is preparing to deploy on a peace-keeping mission to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) where they will be standing sentry duties. (Courtesy Photo)
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U.S. Marines and Moldovan soldiers integrated to conduct an Anti-Armor Workshop in Balti, Moldova, Dec. 8-12. The Marines and Moldovan soldiers built a mutual understanding of firing procedures and characteristics on advanced anti-armor weapons systems, including: Moldova’s Rocket Propelled Grenade system and 70mm Recoiless Rifle (SPG), and America’s FGM-148 Javelin man-portable anti-tank missile, AT-4 Anti-Tank Weapon, and the Shoulder-launched Multipupose Assault Weapon.
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Chief Warrant Officer 2 Michael Reiser, infantry weapons officer from the Black Sea Rotational Force, conducts a safety brief to the crowd of Marines and Moldovans who participated in the workshop prior to a live-fire anti-armor weapons range in Balti, Moldova. The Marines and Moldovans built a mutual understanding of firing procedures and characteristics on advanced anti-armor weapons systems, including: Moldova’s Rocket Propelled Grenade system and 70mm Recoiless Rifle (SPG), and America’s FGM-148 Javelin man-portable anti-tank missile, AT-4 Anti-Tank Weapon, and the Shoulder-launched Multipupose Assault Weapon, Dec. 8-12.
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U.S. Marines and Moldovan soldiers integrated to conduct an Anti-Armor Workshop in Balti, Moldova, Dec. 8-12. The Marines and Moldovan soldiers built a mutual understanding of firing procedures and characteristics on advanced anti-armor weapons systems, including: Moldova’s Rocket Propelled Grenade system and 70mm Recoiless Rifle (SPG), and America’s FGM-148 Javelin man-portable anti-tank missile, AT-4 Anti-Tank Weapon, and the Shoulder-launched Multipupose Assault Weapon.
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Minister of Defense Valerin Troenco shakes hands with Lt. Col. Joel Schmidt, the commanding officer of Black Sea Rotational Force 14, during the closing ceremony of the Anti-Armor Workshop between U.S. Marines and Moldovan soldiers in Balti, Moldova, Dec. 12. The Marines and Moldovans built a mutual understanding of firing procedures and characteristics on advanced anti-armor weapons systems, including: Moldova’s Rocket Propelled Grenade system and 70mm Recoiless Rifle (SPG), and America’s FGM-148 Javelin man-portable anti-tank missile, AT-4 Anti-Tank Weapon, and the Shoulder-launched Multipupose Assault Weapon, Dec. 8-12.
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