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    Endurance course in Okinawa

    Endurance course in Okinawa

    OKINAWA, JAPAN

    04.25.2008

    Photo by Charles S. Zook 

    Navy Media Content Services

    Construction Electrician Constructionman Daniel J. Nelson, assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 5, catches his breath after being submerged in water during a 3.4-mile endurance course at U.S. Marine Corps Jungle Warfare Training Center, Camp Gonslaves, Okinawa. The six-day Jungle Skills Course is designed to refine a unit's patrolling and combat skills in the jungle environment. The course is intended to test individual endurance, build confidence and develop small unit leaders. The course focuses on land navigation, patrolling, survival, jungle shooting, and a 3.4-mile endurance course. NMCB-5 is one of the Naval Expeditionary Combat Command's warfighting support elements providing host nation construction operations and security in support of the global war on terror. (U.S. Navy photo/Construction Electrician 1st Class Charles S. Zook)

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    Date Taken: 04.25.2008
    Date Posted: 05.29.2008 14:04
    Photo ID: 91404
    VIRIN: 080425-N-#####-008
    Resolution: 2100x1500
    Size: 957.69 KB
    Location: OKINAWA, JP 

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