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Latvian President Valdis Zatlers (in red on top of vehicle) rides a Light Armored Reconnaissance Vehicle that had moved ashore after being offloaded the USNS Pfc. Eugene A. Obregon, a maritime preposition force (MPF) ship, during a demonstration designed to highlight the types of training that have taken place during exercise Baltic Operations 2010. President Zatlers visited the Marines and Sailors of 4th Landing Support Battalion and Naval Beach Group 2, who have been working together with Latvian forces to conduct MPF offload operations and other training events here since the start of the exercise June 6.
100610-M-0000S-007.jpg Photo By: Sgt. Rocco DeFilippis

Jun 10, 2010
VENTSPILS, Latvia - Latvian President Valdis Zatlers (in red on top of vehicle) rides a Light Armored Reconnaissance Vehicle that had moved ashore after being offloaded the USNS Pfc. Eugene A. Obregon, a maritime preposition force (MPF) ship, during a demonstration designed to highlight the types of training that have taken place during exercise Baltic Operations 2010. President Zatlers visited the Marines and Sailors of 4th Landing Support Battalion and Naval Beach Group 2, who have been working together with Latvian forces to conduct MPF offload operations and other training events here since the start of the exercise June 6.


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