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    • Marine Corps Expeditionary Energy

      Marine Corps Expeditionary Energy

      In March 2011, CMC issued the “Marine Corps Expeditionary Energy Strategy and Implementation Plan” to change the way we use energy. This is a “bases-to-battlefield” strategy, which means all Marines will be trained to understand the relationship between resource efficiency and combat effectiveness. Throughout the last decade of combat operations, we have become more lethal, yet we have...

    • War of 1812

      War of 1812

      The War of 1812 Bicentennial Commemoration kicked off in New Orleans, April 17, 2012. The commemoration is a salute to all sailors and Marines who fought gallantly in that conflict, who have served in our nations' conflicts since then, and who are defending freedom around the world today.

      Commemorative events are scheduled to continue along the East Coast and Great Lakes over the next three...

    • Eager Lion

      Eager Lion

      U.S. forces will join Jordan in Exercise EAGER LION 16, one of U.S. Central
      Command's premiere exercises, in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan during the
      month of May. Exercise EAGER LION 16 will consist of a week-long series of
      simulated scenarios to facilitate a coordinated partnered military response
      to conventional and unconventional threats. The scenarios developed will
      include border...

    • Military Working Dogs

      Military Working Dogs

      The canines that keep our troops safe.

    • 2012 Warrior Games

      2012 Warrior Games

      The Warrior Games showcase the resilient spirit of today's wounded, ill, or injured service members from all branches of the military. After overcoming significant physical and behavioral injuries, these men and women demonstrate the power of ability over disability and the spirit of competition.
      Since 2010, nearly 200 wounded, ill, or injured service members and veterans have competed...

    • Network Integration Evaluation

      Network Integration Evaluation

      Network Integration Evaluation 17.2 at Fort Bliss is an annual exercise that provides a test-bed for emerging concepts and capabilities in an operationally realistic and rigorous environment. The evaluation will continue to assess the Army’s tactical network baseline while also introducing new systems. This NIE is different from past events, due to participation by the 2nd Infantry Brigade...

    • Exercise African Lion

      Exercise African Lion

      U.S. Armed Forces, Royal Moroccan Armed Forces and the Tunisian Armed Forces in
      addition to participants from Spain, United Kingdom and Canada, are scheduled to take part in Exercise African Lion 19 from late March until early April.
      The joint and combined exercise involves various types of training including a Combined Joint Task Force Command Post Exercise linked with Intelligence Capacity...

    • Rim of the Pacific Exercise 2018

      Rim of the Pacific Exercise 2018

      Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) is a biennial exercise held in and around the Hawaiian Islands and Southern California. The world's largest international maritime exercise, RIMPAC provides a unique training opportunity that helps participants foster and sustain cooperative relationships that are critical to ensuring the safety of sea lanes and security on the world's oceans. RIMPAC 2018 is the...