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Command Element Marines conduct sustainment training: Photo Essay

14 Nov 2002 | Staff Sgt. Bryan P. Reed 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit

Marines from the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit's (Special Operations Capable) Command Element recently took some time to conduct individual sustainment training while participating in a bilateral live-fire exercise.During the training, the Marines received classes on proper weapons handling and shooting techniques, first aid and stretcher carrying, and Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Defense.This training offered the Marines the chance to brush up on their skills so they will be better prepared if they face these situations in the future.