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Bold Alligator 2014 Bold Alligator 2014
Lt. j.g. Larry Salazar, assigned to Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit Six, readies 9mm magazines for small-arms training during Bold Alligator 2014 (BA14)....
Bold Alligator 2014 Bold Alligator 2014
Lt. James Dunford (left) and Ensign Kevin McManus, both assigned to Navy Environmental and Preventative Medicine Unit Two, hang a carbon dioxide-emitting trap to...
Bold Alligator 2014 Bold Alligator 2014
Construction Electrician 3rd Class Charles Johnson, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 1 (NMCB 1), troubleshoots an electrical breaker during renovations...
Bold Alligator 2014 Bold Alligator 2014
Chief Explosive Ordnance Technician Joe Miller (right) conducts post-blast analysis at the site of a simulated improvised explosive device during Bold Alligator 2014....
Bold Alligator 2014 Bold Alligator 2014
Hospitalman Derek Galvao, assigned to Navy Environmental and Preventative Medicine Unit Two, tests a water sample for chlorine concentration during Bold Alligator...
Bold Alligator 2014 Bold Alligator 2014
Builder 2nd Class Andrew Gilchrist, assigned to Explosive Ordnance Disposal Support Unit 2, places concertina wire at the entry control point during base camp set up...


Recent Video

NMCB 1 Rehabilitate Sea Huts aboard MCAS New River NMCB 1 Rehabilitate Sea Huts aboard MCAS New River
Lt. Cody Keesee attached to NMCB 1 discusses Seabees various construction activities during Bold Alligator 2014. Includes b-roll.
NMCB- 1 Performs Road Construction Projects aboard MCAS New River During Bold Alligator 2014 NMCB- 1 Performs Road Construction Projects aboard MCAS...
Lt Cody Keesee talks about the road construction projects aboard MCAS New River during Bold Alligator 14. Includes b-roll.
Timorese Doctors Certify in Basic Life Support During Pacific Partnership Timorese Doctors Certify in Basic Life Support During...
Service members from Australia, New Zealand and the United States trained local doctors in basic life support in Dili, Timor-Leste, as part of Pacific Partnership 2014.
U.S. Navy 7th Fleet Band Plays Last Pacific Partnership Gig in Timor-Leste U.S. Navy 7th Fleet Band Plays Last Pacific Partnership...
After playing dozens of shows while touring Indonesia and Timor-Leste during Pacific Partnership 2014, the U.S. Navy 7th Fleet Band finished up with a concert at the...
Pacific Partnership Team Teaches Timorese Students English Pacific Partnership Team Teaches Timorese Students English
Service members from Australia, New Zealand and the United States helped Timorese students in Dili learn English during Pacific Partnership 2014. Available in high...
Pacific Partnership Begins in Timor-Leste Pacific Partnership Begins in Timor-Leste
The Timor-Leste phase of Pacific Partnership began with a ceremony in Dili. Australian Army Lt. Col. Mark Cooper tells us about the history of the partnership between...


Recent News Stories

UCT ONE on the diveside UCT ONE on the diveside
The smell of diesel fuel lingers in the wet, pre-dawn air on the weather deck of the USNS Apache (T-ATF-172). The humming melody of the ship’s engine is accompanied...
Army veterinarians conduct subject matter expert...
Veterinarians from the U.S. Army Reserve shared expertise with Indonesian animal doctors and veterinarian medics during a veterinarian subject matter expert exchange...
NMCB 25 Certified for Afghanistan Deployment to Support NEB NMCB 25 Certified for Afghanistan Deployment to Support NEB
Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 25 earned their certification for their upcoming deployment to Afghanistan as they finished the seven-day field exercise...
Combat Camera Reserve holds change of charge ceremony Combat Camera Reserve holds change of charge ceremony
Leadership of Expeditionary Combat Camera Reserve changed hands when Lt. Cmdr. Mark Duehmig, Expeditionary Combat Camera Reserve, was relieved as officer-in-charge,...
Women, men complete riverine training Women, men complete riverine training
Twenty-seven sailors, including three women, graduated from riverine training when they completed the Cape Fear Final Skills Assessment, Sept. 17.
USS Indianapolis name resurrected as the next Littoral Combat Ship USS Indianapolis name resurrected as the next Littoral...
What was dubbed as the final reunion for survivors of the USS Indianapolis was highlighted by a surprise announcement that one of the most famous ship names in...