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Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center

"Marine Air Ground Task Force Training Command"

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Family and friends eagerly await for the arrival of their loved ones during 1st Tank Battalion’s homecoming on the 1st Tank Ramp, Sept. 25. Marines from first and second platoon Company C., returned home from a seven month deployment.
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Sgt. Gary Raper, tank crewman, 1st Tank Battalion is warmly greeted by his children during the battalion homecoming on the 1st Tank Battalion Ramp, Sept. 25. The Marines were deployed to conduct security forces.
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Lance Cpl. Brian Gonzales, field wireman, 1st Tank Battalion meets his daughter for the first time during the 1st Tank Battalion homecoming on the battalion’s tank ramp, Sept. 25. The battalion was deployed for seven months.
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Marines of 1st Tank Battalion are welcomed home by friend and family during the 1stTank Battalion homecoming on the battalion’s tank ramp, Sept. 25. After the homecoming Marines receive post-deployment leave.
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Maj. Gen. Lewis A. Craparotta, Combat Center Commanding General, applauds Josie Nemeth, the Combat Center Adjutant Chief, after she receives the Meritorious Civilian Service Award at Lance Cpl. Torrey L. Gray Field, Sept. 25.
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Maj. Gen. Lewis A. Craparotta, Combat Center Commanding General, talks about Josie Nemeth, Adjutant Chief, and her work at the Manpower office, at the flag located at Lance Cpl. Torrey L. Gray Field, Sept. 25. Nemeth was awarded the Meritorious Civilian Service Award for her work as the Combat Center’s Adjutant Chief.
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A co-worker congratulates Josie Nemeth, Combat Center Adjutant Chief, after receiving the Meritorious Civilian Service Award at the flag located at Lance Cpl. Torrey L. Gray Field, Sept. 25. The award is given to the civilian employee that contributes to an area of operation, resulting in high value or benefits to the Marine Corps.
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Josie Nemeth, Combat Center Adjutant Chief, talks about being awarded the Meritorious Civilian Service Award at Lance Cpl. Torrey L. Gray Field, Sept. 25. “It was unexpected, but I am truly grateful and honored for the award,” Nemeth said.
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Josie Nemeth, Combat Centers Adjutant Chief, receives the Meritorious Civilian Service Award at Lance Cpl. Torrey L. Gray Field, Sept. 25. Marine Corps Order 12451.2C states, the Meritorious Civilian Service Award is given to the civilian employee who contributes to an area of operation, resulting in high value or benefits to the Marine Corps.
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Kristian Bandeira has been break dancing for six years and performed frequently throughout high school. Although almost no one in his town used this form of expression, Bandeira continued to practice and teach other kids in his neighborhood under the ‘B-Boy’ name, Riser. He still practices in the Marine Corps and wants to continue for the rest of his life.
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Combat Center Order 1630.8D sates service members must wear a reflective belt or vest during low light hours to ensure they are seen by drivers.
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On formation runs, road guards are responsible for keeping the formation safe from vehicles. They must wear a reflective vest to ensure they are seen.
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Preparation is a key component in any plan, whether it is a military operation or individual physical training, "If you are going to take off on a long run, and you know you are going to be out after dark, go prepared[with a reflective belt]," Maj. Kim Keefer, the Combat Center’s provost marshal, said.
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Combat Order 1630.8D states service members must wear a reflective belt before morning colors, after evening colors or participating in any activity other than a military formation.
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Lance Cpl. Gary Goldman, exercise advisor, 3rd Light Armor Reconnaissance Battalion, watches a United Arab Emirate soldier reload his SIG516 during live-fire training on Range 108, Combat Center training area, Sept. 18. Marines took ample time demonstrating the correct techniques for UAE soldiers, to ensure proper execution and stressed safety on the firing line.
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The United Arab Emirates soldiers kneel ready to engage targets on Range 108, Combat Center, training area Sept. 18. This training environment prepared the UAE soldiers to use techniques in similar environments.
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