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    Marine K9 with Moroccan Backup [Image 14 of 15]

    Marine K9 with Moroccan Backup



    Photo by Member: 1149277 

    U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Europe and Africa     

    A military working dog handler and her dog Enzo prepare to join a demonstration of crowd control procedures against a simulated angry crowd in front of a group of distinguished visitors May 20 in the Tifnit, Morocco training area. They are reinforced by a Moroccan riot-control squad in protective gear. Crowd control was one of several demonstrations as general officers from participating countries observed what had been accomplished during the week-long training at the camp as a part of Exercise African Lion 2015. Exercise African Lion 15 is an annually-scheduled, combined U.S.–Moroccan exercise designed to improve mutual understanding of each nation’s tactics, techniques and procedures while demonstrating the strong bond between the two nation’s militaries. The one-week exercise includes various types of military training, including a command post exercise; stability operations, such as nonlethal weapons training and crisis/disaster response training. Additionally, in February an intelligence capacity building seminar was conducted.



    Date Taken: 05.20.2015
    Date Posted: 05.23.2015 09:01
    Photo ID: 1952001
    VIRIN: 150520-M-PK171-602
    Resolution: 2400x1600
    Size: 779.93 KB
    Location: TIFNIT, MA 

    Web Views: 217
    Downloads: 29