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    • Weapons training

      Weapons training

      Photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Michelle Tucker   |   Commander Task Force 56   |   02.16.2014

      Electronics Technician 1st Class Garrett Swanson from Porterville, Calif., left, and Boatswain's Mate 1st Class Eddie Montalvo from Harlingen, Texas, assigned to Commander, Task Force (CTF) 56, conduct weapons training at Naval Support Activity Bahrain, Feb. 12. CTF 56 commands the expeditionary combat forces in the region including explosive ordnance disposal, mobile dive and salvage, Naval......
      Hometown: Harlingen, TX

    • Training before Honduras

      Training before Honduras

      Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Adam Stone   |   807th Medical Command (Deployment Support)   |   02.15.2014

      Capt. Tarah Carnes, a registered nurse from Lubbock, Texas listens to the condition of a training patient during a training exercise at North Fort Hood, Texas while Sgt. Manuel Olivarez, a licensed vocational nurse from Alamo, Texas looks on. The members of the 228th Combat Support Hospital are going through their required training at North Fort Hood, Texas prior to being deployed to Honduras......
      Hometown: Alamo, TX

    • Locklear visits Okinawa, awards service members

      Locklear visits Okinawa, awards service members

      Story by Cpl. Terence Brady   |   III Marine Expeditionary Force   |   02.13.2014

      Adm. Samuel J. Locklear III, commander, U.S. Pacific Command, visited Okinawa Feb. 7 at the Camp Foster Theater to commend and award service members who participated in the relief efforts during Operation Damayan in the Republic of the Philippines....
      Hometown: Harlingen, TX

    • Marines prepare for 31st MEU with escalation of force training

      Marines prepare for 31st MEU with escalation of force training

      Photo by Cpl. Scott Reel   |   I Marine Expeditionary Force   |   02.07.2014

      Staff Sgt. Juan Ortiz, non-lethal weapons instructor with 1st Law Enforcement Battalion, from Alamo, Texas, sprays a Marine 2nd Battalion, 11th Marines, Kilo Company with Oleoresin Capsicum spray as a part of non-lethal weapons training aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Feb. 4, in preparation for their upcoming involvement with the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit. After being sprayed, the Marines......
      Hometown: Alamo, TX

    • PACOM Commander visits Okinawa

      PACOM Commander visits Okinawa

      Photo by Cpl. Terence Brady   |   III Marine Expeditionary Force   |   02.07.2014

      Petty Officer 3rd Class Daniel Vilchezarrona, right, shakes hands with Adm. Samuel J. Locklear III after being awarded the Joint Service Achievement Medal Feb. 7 at the Camp Foster Theater. Locklear, commander of U.S. Pacific Command located in Hawaii, visited Okinawa to meet with senior U.S. military representatives and thank service members for their efforts during Operation Damayan in the......
      Hometown: Harlingen, TX

    • Trumpet Master excels in Corps

      Trumpet Master excels in Corps

      Story by Lance Cpl. Christopher J. Moore   |   1st Marine Division   |   02.05.2014

      A quiet hush came over the crowd as the curtains rose to reveal the 1st Marine Division band in their dress blues. They thrilled the audience with a variety of musical pieces including a trumpet solo that brought a raucous applause. Each song played represented experiences Marines go through from recruit training to retirement....
      Hometown: Harlingen, TX

    • Trumpet Master excels in Corps

      Trumpet Master excels in Corps

      Photo by Lance Cpl. Jonathan Boynes   |   1st Marine Division   |   02.05.2014

      Lance Cpl. Gregg Alvarez, trumpet instrumentalist, 1st Marine Division Band, and native of Harlingen, Texas, performed during the 1st Marine Division 73rd anniversary concert at Escondido, Calif., Jan. 31, 2014. Alvarez holds a bachelor’s degree in music performance from the McNeese State University and a master’s degree in music performance from the University of Louisville. Alvarez has......
      Hometown: Harlingen, TX

    • Company-sized attacks quake Range 400

      Company-sized attacks quake Range 400

      Photo by Cpl. Joseph Scanlan   |   1st Marine Division   |   02.01.2014

      Sergeant Troy Garza, right, squad leader, Charley Company, 1st Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, and a native of Harlingen, Texas, directs his squad to a firing position during a live-fire exercise at Range 400 at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, Calif., Jan. 22, 2014. The battalion conducted company-size attacks on the range for their second live-fire event of their......
      Hometown: Harlingen, TX