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II Marine Expeditionary Force

Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, NC
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Marines with 2nd Intelligence Battalion, II Marine Expeditionary Force launch a Zodiac boat to conduct depth and terrain analysis off a beach at Camp Pendleton, Calif., July 15, 2014. More than a dozen Marines from the battalion conducted a weeklong training mission at the base to test their ability to carry out hydrographic surveys beyond their home station at Camp Lejeune, N.C. They recently pioneered the hydrographic survey program and traveled to Camp Pendleton as a test of their capabilities beyond their base of operations. The Marines teamed up with members of the Navy’s Naval Oceanography Special Warfare Command during the training as a way to collaborate and share lessons learned from their respective programs. Their successful deployment of a survey program to California helped prove their concept has the potential to reach out and support Marine units in various training and operational environments in the future. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Paul Peterson)
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Lance Cpl. Justin Seddon, a Long Island, N.Y, native and meteorology and oceanography analyst with 2nd Intelligence Battalion, II Marine Expeditionary Force, uses a rangefinder while setting up survey equipment at an overview position near a beach at Camp Pendleton, Calif., July 14, 2014. More than a dozen Marines from the battalion conducted a weeklong training mission at the base to test their ability to conduct hydrographic surveys beyond their home station at Camp Lejeune, N.C. The unit’s mission is to plan, direct, collect, produce and disseminate intelligence information to support Marine units. They recently pioneered the hydrographic survey program and traveled to Camp Pendleton as a test of their capabilities. The Marines teamed up with members of the Navy’s Naval Oceanography Special Warfare Command during the training as a way to collaborate and share lessons learned from their respective programs. Their successful deployment of the survey program to California helped prove their concept has the potential to reach out and support Marine units in various training and operational environments in the future. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Paul Peterson)
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Marines with 2nd Intelligence Battalion, II Marine Expeditionary Force use a Zodiac boat to conduct depth analysis off a beach at Camp Pendleton, Calif., July 15, 2014. More than a dozen Marines from the battalion conducted a weeklong training mission at the base to test their ability to conduct hydrographic surveys beyond their home station at Camp Lejeune, N.C. The unit’s mission is to plan, direct, collect, produce and disseminate intelligence information to support Marine units. They recently pioneered the hydrographic survey program and traveled to Camp Pendleton as a test of their capabilities beyond their base of operations. The team’s successful deployment of their survey program to California helped prove their concept has the potential to reach out and support Marine units in various training and operational environments in the future. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Paul Peterson)
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Master Gunnery Sgt. Phillip K. Frazier, the operations chief for 2nd Law Enforcement Battalion, II Marine Expeditionary Force, safely disposes of expired medications during a Mobile Prescription Drug Take Back Program August 12, 2014. The purpose of the program, which was started on July 21, 2014, by 2nd LE Bn. and the Provost Marshall's Office, is to provide a safe, convenient and responsible means of anonymously disposing of prescription drugs. Marines with 2nd LE Bn. set up a red drop-box outside barracks and work areas around Camp Lejeune, where Marines, sailors, and civilians could conveniently dispose of prescription drugs. A permanent dug drop-box, where Marines and other Camp Lejeune personnel can properly dispose of expired of unneeded medication, is located at PMO aboard Camp Lejeune.
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Master Gunnery Sgt. Phillip K. Frazier, the operations chief for 2nd Law Enforcement Battalion, II Marine Expeditionary Force, safely disposes of expired medications during a Mobile Prescription Drug Take Back Program August 12, 2014. The purpose of the program, which was started on July 21, 2014, by 2nd LE Bn. and the Provost Marshall's Office, is to provide a safe, convenient and responsible means of anonymously disposing of prescription drugs. Marines with 2nd LE Bn. set up a red drop-box outside barracks and work areas around Camp Lejeune, where Marines, sailors, and civilians could conveniently dispose of prescription drugs. A permanent dug drop-box, where Marines and other Camp Lejeune personnel can properly dispose of expired of unneeded medication, is located at PMO aboard Camp Lejeune.
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Lieutenant Col. Jonathan L. Bradley, commanding officer of 2nd Radio Battalion, II Marine Expeditionary Force, presents a certificate of achievement to the third place participant in the 18 to 39-year-old division, after the third annual Sergeant Lucas T. Pyeatt “Run to Remember” aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, August 9. Marines, sailors, family and friends of 2nd Radio Bn, completed a five-kilometer memorial run to honor Pyeatt and all other Marines killed-in-action during Operations Enduring and Iraqi Freedom. Pyeatt was killed-in-action during a deployment to Afghanistan, Feb. 5, 2011. While taking part in a security patrol, he stepped on an improvised explosive device and was killed instantly.
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Approximately 350 participants begin the third annual Sergeant Lucas T. Pyeatt “Run to Remember” aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, August 9. Marines, sailors, family and friends of 2nd Radio Battalion, II Marine Expeditionary Force, completed a five-kilometer memorial run to honor Pyeatt and all other Marines killed-in-action during Operations Enduring and Iraqi Freedom. Pyeatt was killed-in-action during a deployment to Afghanistan, Feb. 5, 2011. While taking part in a security patrol, he stepped on an improvised explosive device and was killed instantly.
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A portion of the approximately 350 participants run in the third annual Sergeant Lucas T. Pyeatt “Run to Remember” aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, August 9. Marines, sailors, family and friends of 2nd Radio Battalion, II Marine Expeditionary Force, completed a five-kilometer memorial run to honor Pyeatt and all other Marines killed-in-action during Operations Enduring and Iraqi Freedom. Pyeatt was killed-in-action during a deployment to Afghanistan, Feb. 5, 2011. While taking part in a security patrol, he stepped on an improvised explosive device and was killed instantly.
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Lance Cpl. Garrick R. Upton, an Amphibious Assault Vehicle operator with 2nd Assault Amphibian Battalion, 2nd Marine Division, shouts a warning back to his crew as he splashes into the surf of the Atlantic Ocean in an AAV aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, July 31, 2014. 2nd AABn joined with 2nd Battalion, 10th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division to conduct a training mission to transport the Expeditionary Fire Support System, which is an Internally Transportable-Strike vehicle towing the 120mm mortar, during aerial and amphibious insertions.
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A mortar team with 2nd Battalion, 10th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, fires a 120 mm mortar at a target aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina , July 31, 2014. The mortar team fired numerous rounds at targets up to five kilometers away while simulating an amphibious assault, in which the 120 mm mortar was transported by Amphibious Assault Vehicles.
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A Marine with 2nd Battalion, 10th Marine Regiment navigates with a map and gives directions to the driver of the Amphibious Assault Vehicle during an amphibious-assault, training mission on Onslow Beach aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, July 31, 2014. The mission consisted of transporting the Expeditionary Fire Support System inside the AAV’s through the ocean, then back on land to a live-fire, mortar position to engage targets.
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Marines with 2nd Battalion, 10th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, conduct live-fire exercises with 120 mm mortars after performing an amphibious landing in Amphibious Assault Vehicles aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, July 31, 2014. The 120mm mortar is used to bridge the gap of range between 81 mm mortars and 155 mm cannons.
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Lance Cpl. Garrick R. Upton, an Amphibious Assault Vehicle operator with 2nd Assault Amphibian Battalion, 2nd Marine Division, shouts a warning back to his crew as he splashes into the surf of the Atlantic Ocean in an AAV aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, July 31, 2014. 2nd AABn joined with 2nd Battalion, 10th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division to conduct a training mission to transport the Expeditionary Fire Support System, which is an Internally Transportable-Strike vehicle towing the 120mm mortar, during aerial and amphibious insertions.
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Lance Cpl. Garrick R. Upton, an Amphibious Assault Vehicle operator with 2nd Assault Amphibian Battalion, 2nd marine Division, drives an AAV in the Atlantic Ocean during a training mission aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, July 31, 2014. The training mission consisted of an amphibious assault with the Expeditionary Fire Support System, which is an Internally Transportable-Strike vehicle towing the 120mm mortar.
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Marines with 2nd Battalion, 10th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, drive an Expeditionary Fire Support System on board a CH-53E Super Stallion to begin an aerial-assault, training mission aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, July 30, 2014. The EFSS consists of an Internally Transportable-Strike Vehicle and the 120mm mortar, which is used to bridge the gap of range between 81 mm mortars and 155 mm cannons.
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Marines with 2nd Battalion, 10th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, watch a CH-53E Super Stallion helicopter land while waiting to load their Expeditionary Fire Support Systems to conduct an aerial-raid mission aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, July 30, 2014. The EFSS consists of an Internally Transportable-Strike Vehicle with a 120 mm mortar in tow, providing mobile fire support that bridges the gap between 81 mm mortars and the 155 mm cannons.
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