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Gen. John M. Paxton (far left), Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps, Maj. Gen. William D. Beydler (middle), former commanding general of II Marine Expeditionary Force, and Maj. Gen. Walter L. Miller Jr., commanding general of II MEF, salute the II MEF colors during a change of command ceremony at Camp Lejeune, N.C., Oct. 22, 2015. During the ceremony, Miller assumed command from Beydler. Miller plans to continue support for operations and exercises that range from expeditionary to amphibious in nature. Marines and sailors of II MEF will employ for humanitarian assistance, disaster relief, crisis and contingency response, theater security cooperation, and serve as a credible deterrent force for the United States of America. - Gen. John M. Paxton (far left), Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps, Maj. Gen. William D. Beydler (middle), former commanding general of II Marine Expeditionary Force, and Maj. Gen. Walter L. Miller Jr., commanding general of II MEF, salute the II MEF colors during a change of command ceremony at Camp Lejeune, N.C., Oct. 22, 2015. During the ceremony, Miller assumed command from Beydler. Miller plans to continue support for operations and exercises that range from expeditionary to amphibious in nature. Marines and sailors of II MEF will employ for humanitarian assistance, disaster relief, crisis and contingency response, theater security cooperation, and serve as a credible deterrent force for the United States of America.

Sgt. Scott Roush, the security chief and senior intelligence analyst for Marine Aircraft Group 26, receives an award congratulating him on his accomplishments as honor graduate of the Squadron Intelligence Training and Certification Course during a graduation ceremony on Marine Corps Air Station New River, Aug. 28, 2015. The students spent 19 training days and more than 90 class hours learning aviation-specific intelligence skills such as structured analytic techniques, comprehensive threat education, capabilities and limitation of all Marine Corps aircraft and how to support a large scale exercise. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Michelle Reif/Released.) - Sgt. Scott Roush, the security chief and senior intelligence analyst for Marine Aircraft Group 26, receives an award congratulating him on his accomplishments as honor graduate of the Squadron Intelligence Training and Certification Course during a graduation ceremony on Marine Corps Air Station New River, Aug. 28, 2015. The students spent 19 training days and more than 90 class hours learning aviation-specific intelligence skills such as structured analytic techniques, comprehensive threat education, capabilities and limitation of all Marine Corps aircraft and how to support a large scale exercise. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Michelle Reif/Released.)

 

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