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    • Regimental Combat Team 2

      A Regimental Combat Team is a group of Marines, trained to conduct hidden movements and long-range target strikes, tasked as a battalion’s quick reaction force to serve as the first Coalition forces responders to any emergency.

    • Regimental Combat Team 3

      A Regimental Combat Team is a group of Marines, trained to conduct hidden movements and long-range target strikes, tasked as a battalion’s quick reaction force to serve as the first Coalition forces responders to any emergency.

    • Regimental Combat Team 5

      A Regimental Combat Team is a group of Marines, trained to conduct hidden movements and long-range target strikes, tasked as a battalion’s quick reaction force to serve as the first Coalition forces responders to any emergency.

    • Regimental Combat Team 6

      A Regimental Combat Team is a group of Marines, trained to conduct hidden movements and long-range target strikes, tasked as a battalion’s quick reaction force to serve as the first Coalition forces responders to any emergency.

    • Regimental Combat Team 7

      A Regimental Combat Team is a group of Marines, trained to conduct hidden movements and long-range target strikes, tasked as a battalion’s quick reaction force to serve as the first Coalition forces responders to any emergency.

    • Regimental Combat Team 8

      A Regimental Combat Team is a group of Marines, trained to conduct hidden movements and long-range target strikes, tasked as a battalion’s quick reaction force to serve as the first Coalition forces responders to any emergency.

    • Regional Command Southwest

      Regional Command (SW) is a combined force of approximately 9,000 personnel predominantly from the U.S., U.K., Denmark, Estonia and Georgia operating in Helmand and Nimroz provinces of Afghanistan.

    • Remembering the Marines of Vengeance 01

      Six Marines and two Nepalese soldiers lost their lives in the Himalayan Mountains during a helicopter mishap while helping the people of Nepal on May 12 during Operation Sahayogi Haat, "Helping Hand." Four of the Marines are members of Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 469 and two are members of Marine Corps Installations Pacific Combat Camera. All six were deployed on a mission to bring...