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Latvian Minister of Defense Imants Liegis (center), and Maj. Gen. Juris Maklakovs (right), the Commander of National Armed Forces of Latvia, listen as Lt. Col. James. C. McDonald, commanding officer of 4th Landing Support Battalion, provides them with an overview of what the Navy and Marine Corps participants in exercise BALTIC OPERATIONS 2010 are doing at the logistics support area here. The Minister of Defense and Chief of Defense visited several sights in the Ventspils area where U.S. and Latvian forces are working together to conduct a maritime preposition offload exercise.
100609-M-0000S-002.jpg Photo By: Sgt. Rocco DeFilippis

Jun 9, 2010
VENTSPILS, Latvia - Latvian Minister of Defense Imants Liegis (center), and Maj. Gen. Juris Maklakovs (right), the Commander of National Armed Forces of Latvia, listen as Lt. Col. James. C. McDonald, commanding officer of 4th Landing Support Battalion, provides them with an overview of what the Navy and Marine Corps participants in exercise BALTIC OPERATIONS 2010 are doing at the logistics support area here. The Minister of Defense and Chief of Defense visited several sights in the Ventspils area where U.S. and Latvian forces are working together to conduct a maritime preposition offload exercise.


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