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Philippine, U.S. Marines train with automatic weapons

Cpl. Benjamin S. Longley explains the capabilities of the M2 .50-caliber heavy machine gun to Philippine Marines at Naval Station Leovigildo Gantioqui, San Antonio, Zambales, Republic of the Philippines Oct. 5 during Amphibious Landing Exercise 2014. The recurrence of PHIBLEX, now in its 30th iteration, demonstrates the U.S. and Republic of the Philippines' commitment to mutual security and their long-time partnership. Longley is a machine gunner with Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division currently assigned to 3d Marine Expeditionary Brigade, III Marine Expeditionary Force. (Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. David N Hersey/Released)



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This work, Philippine, U.S. Marines train with automatic weapons [Image 1 of 3], by LCpl David Hersey, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:10.05.2013

Date Posted:10.07.2013 04:03

Photo ID:1031662

VIRIN:131005-M-SD875-004

Resolution:3615x3744

Size:5.69 MB

Location:NAVAL STATION LEOVIGILDO GANTIOQUI, PH

Hometown:LIBERTY, MO, US

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