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Marines conduct security augment force training

Sgt. Patrick F. Rice, middle, watches Pfc. Suthera D. Sok as he practices using the baton during security augment force training on Marine Corps Air Station Futenma April 6. This training teaches Marines to react if accidentally sprayed with oleoresin capsicum, OC, while trying to control a situation. Rice is the staff non-commissioned officer in charge of the mobile training team, part of the Provost Marshal’s Office, Marine Corps Base Camp Butler. Sok is an air control electronics operator with Marine Air Control Squadron 4, Marine Air Control Group 18, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, III MEF.



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This work, Marines conduct security augment force training, by Cpl Alyssa N. Gunton, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:04.06.2012

Date Posted:04.11.2012 23:14

Photo ID:558127

VIRIN:120406-M-UY849-651

Resolution:4368x2912

Size:3 MB

Location:MARINE CORPS AIR STATION FUTENMA, OKINAWA, JP

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