Marines and sailors with 2nd Reconnaissance Battalion, 2nd Marine Division perform a free-fall sustainment jump at an altitude of 10,000 feet as a part
“Jumping, diving or fast-roping, it’s just a means to get to the mission,” said Lt. Col. Robert Revoir, the commanding officer of 2nd Recon. “Our primary mission is ground reconnaissance, battlefield shaping and amphibious reconnaissance. Most of those require a clandestine insertion. (Jumping) is a clandestine insertion capability.”
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BOGUE AIRFIELD, BOGUE, NC, US
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