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U.S. Marine Corps 1st Lt. Julian D’Orsaneo (left), communications officer for Black Sea Rotational Force 13, discusses tactical employment of communications assets with his counterpart from Azerbaijan’s Operational Capabilities Concept battalion during a bilateral staff planning session in Novo Selo Training Area, Bulgaria, July 21, 2013. BSRF-13 focuses on stability, counter-insurgency, and peacekeeping operations, in order to build partner-nation capacity, enhance interoperability between countries and increase overall effectiveness of participating military forces. - U.S. Marine Corps 1st Lt. Julian D’Orsaneo (left), communications officer for Black Sea Rotational Force 13, discusses tactical employment of communications assets with his counterpart from Azerbaijan’s Operational Capabilities Concept battalion during a bilateral staff planning session in Novo Selo Training Area, Bulgaria, July 21, 2013. BSRF-13 focuses on stability, counter-insurgency, and peacekeeping operations, in order to build partner-nation capacity, enhance interoperability between countries and increase overall effectiveness of participating military forces.

U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Jacob Olson, a radio operator with Black Sea Rotational Force 13, helps a soldier with Azerbaijan’s Operational Capabilities Concept battalion program a handheld radio during a communications platoon information exchange part of Exercise Platinum Lion 13 at Novo Selo Training Area, Bulgaria, July 20, 2013. BSRF-13 focuses on stability, counter-insurgency, and peacekeeping operations, in order to build partner-nation capacity, enhance interoperability between countries and increase overall effectiveness of participating military forces. - U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Jacob Olson, a radio operator with Black Sea Rotational Force 13, helps a soldier with Azerbaijan’s Operational Capabilities Concept battalion program a handheld radio during a communications platoon information exchange part of Exercise Platinum Lion 13 at Novo Selo Training Area, Bulgaria, July 20, 2013. BSRF-13 focuses on stability, counter-insurgency, and peacekeeping operations, in order to build partner-nation capacity, enhance interoperability between countries and increase overall effectiveness of participating military forces.

Lt. Col. Steven M. Wolf, left, commander of Black Sea Rotational Force 13, and Bulgarian Army Colonel Iavor Mateev, right, officer-in-charge of Bulgarian forces participating in BSRF-13, speak with Bulgarian, Serbian, Romanian and American company commanders at Novo Selo, Bulgaria, following an opening ceremony July, 1, 2013. The opening ceremony marked the beginning of Platinum Lion 13, BSRF-13’s five week exercise in Bulgaria. The exercise allows the U.S. and Balkan military forces to practice stability, counterinsurgency, and peacekeeping operations in order to build partner nation capacity, enhance interoperability between countries and increase the overall effectiveness of the participating partnered nations. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by 1st Lt. Hector Alejandro) - Lt. Col. Steven M. Wolf, left, commander of Black Sea Rotational Force 13, and Bulgarian Army Colonel Iavor Mateev, right, officer-in-charge of Bulgarian forces participating in BSRF-13, speak with Bulgarian, Serbian, Romanian and American company commanders at Novo Selo, Bulgaria, following an opening ceremony July, 1, 2013. The opening ceremony marked the beginning of Platinum Lion 13, BSRF-13’s five week exercise in Bulgaria. The exercise allows the U.S. and Balkan military forces to practice stability, counterinsurgency, and peacekeeping operations in order to build partner nation capacity, enhance interoperability between countries and increase the overall effectiveness of the participating partnered nations. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by 1st Lt. Hector Alejandro)


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