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Army Reserve Mariners complete Innovative Readiness Training- Mertarvik

U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Gino Estores, left, an embarker, and Lance Cpl. Christopher Bennett, right, supply specialist, both assigned to the Marine Wing Support Squadron, prepare the equipment and cargo for safe transport during end-of-mission cargo load operations in Kodiak, Alaska, Aug 12. The Marines, in partnership with U.S. Navy and U.S. Army, supported the four-month inter-agency task force Innovative Readiness Training- Mertarvik to help construct essential infrastructure to facilitate Newtok's relocation efforts. (U.S Army photo by Staff Sgt. Shejal Pulivarti/released)



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This work, Army Reserve Mariners complete Innovative Readiness Training- Mertarvik [Image 6 of 7], by SSG Shejal Pulivarti, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:08.12.2013

Date Posted:08.19.2013 19:36

Photo ID:998649

VIRIN:130812-A-IO170-125

Resolution:1800x2705

Size:677.73 KB

Location:KODIAK, AK, USGlobe

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