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Marines assigned to Battalion Landing Team (BLT) 3/2, 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU), breach and clear a building during a close quarters tactics (CQT) exercise at Fort Pickett, Va., Sept. 8, 2012. CQT teaches Marines how to effectively enter and clear confined rooms, ladder wells and ships. This training was part of the 26th MEU's pre-deployment training program. BLT 3/2 is one of the three reinforcements of 26th MEU, which is slated to deploy in 2013.(U.S. Marine Corps motion media by Gunnery Sgt. Michael K. Kropiewnicki) Available in High Definition.


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This work, BLT CQT, by WO Michael Kropiewnicki, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:09.8.2012

Date Posted:09.13.2012 10:50PM

Category:B-Roll

Video ID:155160

VIRIN:120908-M-ZC556-004

Filename:DOD_100489168

Length:00:00:39

Location:FORT PICKETT, VA, USGlobe

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