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Lieutenant General Richard Tryon, commander, U.S. Marine Forces, Europe presents Georgian LtCol Terashvili and LtCol Argvliani with awards for their actions during a recent deployment to Afghanistan Sept 19, 2013. The award presentations were incorporated into a departure ceremony for the 10th and 11th rotations of Georgian battalions as they prepare to deploy to the Helmand Province. The LtCol’s trained with U.S. Marines prior to their successful deployment under the Georgian Deployment Program – ISAF commonly referred to as GDP-I. - Lieutenant General Richard Tryon, commander, U.S. Marine Forces, Europe presents Georgian LtCol Terashvili and LtCol Argvliani with awards for their actions during a recent deployment to Afghanistan Sept 19, 2013. The award presentations were incorporated into a departure ceremony for the 10th and 11th rotations of Georgian battalions as they prepare to deploy to the Helmand Province. The LtCol’s trained with U.S. Marines prior to their successful deployment under the Georgian Deployment Program – ISAF commonly referred to as GDP-I.

Soldiers assigned to Georgian Armed Forces, 33rd Battalion enter a building during the close quarter combat portion of a cordon and search exercise, recently in Hohenfels, Germany. These soldiers are completing their mission readiness exercise as the final event of the latest rotation of the Georgia Deployment Program-International Security Assistance Force hosted and executed by Marine Forces, Europe, Marine Corps Security Cooperation Group and U.S. Army soldiers stationed at the Joint-Multinational Readiness Center in Hohenfels, Germany. The GDP-I was started in 2009 to provide security cooperation training to the GAF in preparation for their deployments to Afghanistan where they are responsible for their own area of responsibility and work closely with U.S. Marines in the region. - Soldiers assigned to Georgian Armed Forces, 33rd Battalion enter a building during the close quarter combat portion of a cordon and search exercise, recently in Hohenfels, Germany. These soldiers are completing their mission readiness exercise as the final event of the latest rotation of the Georgia Deployment Program-International Security Assistance Force hosted and executed by Marine Forces, Europe, Marine Corps Security Cooperation Group and U.S. Army soldiers stationed at the Joint-Multinational Readiness Center in Hohenfels, Germany. The GDP-I was started in 2009 to provide security cooperation training to the GAF in preparation for their deployments to Afghanistan where they are responsible for their own area of responsibility and work closely with U.S. Marines in the region.

Republic of Georgia Army 2nd Lt. Besik Kapanadze {CENTER}, 3rd Platoon leader, "B" Company, 32nd Light Infantry Battalion, discusses the situational training exercise (STX) with an observer/controller with the Joint Multinational Readiness Center. The Republic of Georgia's 32nd Light Infantry Battalion was conducting cordon searches during their STX training. The STX is the first part of the mission rehearsal exercise, a final evaluation of the 32nd Battalion as they prepare for their deployment to Afghanistan in support of International Security Assistance Forces there. - Republic of Georgia Army 2nd Lt. Besik Kapanadze {CENTER}, 3rd Platoon leader, "B" Company, 32nd Light Infantry Battalion, discusses the situational training exercise (STX) with an observer/controller with the Joint Multinational Readiness Center. The Republic of Georgia's 32nd Light Infantry Battalion was conducting cordon searches during their STX training. The STX is the first part of the mission rehearsal exercise, a final evaluation of the 32nd Battalion as they prepare for their deployment to Afghanistan in support of International Security Assistance Forces there.


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