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"Marine Air Ground Task Force Training Command"

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Students with Infantry Officers Course 4-14 debrief after conducting a long-range vertical insert during the multi-objective training exercise, Exercise Talon Reach IV at Range 220, Sept. 19. The exercise allowed the prospective infantry officers to demonstrate and refine operational reach, digital interoperability and expeditionary capabilities of the Company Landing Team. (Official USMC photo by Cpl. Lauren A. Kurkimilis/Released)
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2nd Lt. Lambert Van Eerden, student, Infantry Officer Course 4-14, provides security for the MUTT transportation system during Exercise Talon Reach IV on Range 220, Saturday. The MUTT is a four-wheel vehicle which is guided by pulling a string and changes speed with the pace of the operator. (Official USMC photo by Cpl. Charles Santamaria/Released)
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Marines participating in Infantry Officer Course 4-14, assist the MUTT transportation system over a burm during Exercise Talon Reach IV on Range 220, Saturday. The system travels alongside patrols carrying anything from food and water to gear or radios. (Official USMC photo by Cpl. Charles Santamaria/Released)
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2nd Lt. Timothy Meyer, student, Infantry Officer Course 4-14, observes messages on the PRC 117G Tablet during Exercise Talon Reach IV on Range 220, Saturday. The tablet connects to a network which allows for dynamic communication between commanders. (Official USMC photo by Cpl. Charles Santamaria/Released)
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A student with Infantry Officers Course 4-14, provides security from a simulated hotel window after a long-range vertical insert during Exercise Talon Reach IV at Range 220, Sept. 19. The prospective infantry officers were faced with the challenge of extracting American non-combatants from the hotel, through a crowd of role players acting as angry protesters, and safely bringing them to an extraction point in a different part of the range. (Official USMC photo by Cpl. Lauren A. Kurkimilis/Released)
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Marines with Infantry Officers Course 4-14, take their positions on top of a simulated hotel rooftop at Range 220, Sept. 19 after a long-range vertical insert of a Company Landing Team from a CH-53 Super Stallion Helicopter during Exercise Talon Reach IV. Talon Reach was a multi-objective exercise, which forced prospective infantry officers to make decisions and aggressively seize an initiative based on timely intelligence.  (Official USMC photo by Cpl. Lauren A. Kurkimilis/Released)
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Marines with Infantry Officers Course 4-14, conduct a long-range vertical insert of a Company Landing Team during Exercise Talon Reach IV by fast-roping from a CH-53 Super Stallion Helicopter to the top of a simulated hotel rooftop at Range 220, Sept. 19. The prospective infantry officers’ objective was to insert in to urban terrain and extract simulated American non-combatants from an area where role players acted as angry protesters. (Official USMC photo by Cpl. Lauren A. Kurkimilis/Released)
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A student with Infantry Officers Course 4-14, provides security for the extraction of American non-combatant role players after the long-range vertical insertion of a Company Landing Team during Exercise Talon Reach IV at Range 220, Sept. 19. The prospective infantry officers pointed a non-lethal laser at simulated protesters, which can cause nausea and disorientation. (Official USMC photo by Cpl. Lauren A. Kurkimilis/Released)
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A student with Infantry Officers Course 4-14, is spotted by simulated protesters while providing security for the extraction of American non-combatant role players during Exercise Talon Reach IV at Range 220, Sept. 19. The prospective infantry officers were equipped with a non-lethal laser, which can cause nausea and disorientation when pointed at someone’s eyes. (Official USMC photo by Cpl. Lauren A. Kurkimilis/Released)
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Participants of Infantry Officers Course 4-14, use PRC 117G tablets on top of a simulated hotel rooftop after conducting a long-range vertical insertion from a CH-53 Super Stallion Helicopter during Exercise Talon Reach IV at Range 220, Sept. 19. The tablets allowed the Marines to wirelessly access a connected network on which they were able to access GPS coordinates and engage in group chats in order to quickly relay mission-essential information.  (Official USMC photo by Cpl. Lauren A. Kurkimilis/Released)
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Marines with Infantry Officer Course 4-14 disassemble an enemy weapon during Exercise Talon Reach IV, Sept. 19. The students were able to apply the skills they learned throughout the 13-week course. (Official USMC photo by Pfc. Medina Ayalalo/Released)
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A Marine with Infantry Officer Course 4-14 observes his surroundings during Exercise Talon Reach IV, Sept. 19. The Marines in the course are training for future service in the Marine Air-Ground Task Force. (Official USMC photo by Pfc. Medina Ayalalo/Released)
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A Marine with Infantry Officer Course 4-14 directs his fellow classmates during Exercise Talon Reach IV, Sept. 19. The 13-week course culminates with this exercise and puts the students’ knowledge of  field tactics to the test. (Official USMC photo by Pfc. Medina Ayalalo/Released)
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Lance Cpl. Carlos Morris, admin specialist, Headquarters Battalion, helps camper, Chase Neiberger learn how to shoot an archery bow at Camp Ronald McDonald in Mountain Center, Calif. on Sept. 13, 2014.
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Martha Gonzalez, volunteer, shows campers how to bait a hook at Camp Ronald McDonald on Sept. 13, 2014. She is also the disk jockey for Desert Arc and she performed at the dance later on in the evening.
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Emily Montoya, spouse, keeps watch as a volunteer lifeguard at Camp Ronald McDonald on Saturday. Besides swimming, campers could also take part in archery, canoeing, fishing, softball, basketball, and arts and crafts for the campers.
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