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Students from the Infantry Officer Course at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., completed a "Proof-of-Concept" 1,100 mile, long-range operation from Twentynine Palms, Calif., to Fort Hood, Texas, via MV-22 Ospreys. The Marines fast-roped into a mock city to secure the embassy and rescue key U.S. personel. The Marine Corps is the only military branch with the proven capability to missions of this magnitude, whether for humanitarian, rescue, combat operations or other special-forces type missions. Available in high definition. Production by: Sgt. Daniel Wetzel Video by: Sgt. Daniel Wetzel, Sgt. Tyler Main


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This work, Marine Corps Proves Osprey Capabilities in Embassy Rescue Training Mission, by Sgt Daniel Wetzel, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:01.2.2014

Date Posted:01.2.2014 4:51PM

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Video ID:318718

VIRIN:140102-M-AR635-746

Filename:DOD_101066521

Length:00:02:30

Location:CA, US

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