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    Bolstering Crisis Response through Training and Community Assistance [Image 9 of 9]

    Bolstering Crisis Response through Training and Community Assistance

    SOUTH GOLBURN ISLAND, Australia – U.S. Marine Maj. Luke Adkins, mission commander for Exercise Crocodile Strike, presents the newly renovated Warruwi Women’s Center to the Warruwi village elder presents him with a unique challenge coin, Aug. 25, 2017. Exercise Crocodile Strike is a bilateral Marine Rotational Force Darwin and Australian Defence Force training activity focused on humanitarian assistance, disaster relief training and community assistance efforts. The exercise was held in the Village of Warruwi, South Goulburn Island, a remote location off the northern coast of Australia. Marines, sailors, and Australian Defence Force personnel participated in community assistance efforts by renovating prominent buildings within the community. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by 1st Lt. David M. Mancilla/Released)



    Date Taken: 08.26.2017
    Date Posted: 08.29.2017 19:50
    Photo ID: 3718518
    VIRIN: 170826-M-LM150-262
    Resolution: 973x650
    Size: 205.75 KB
    Location: AU

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