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Cpl. Will D. Hoover, ammunition technician with Headquarters platoon, Combat Logistics Battalion 24, 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit, safeguards an ammunition load aboard a Landing Craft, Air Cushioned vessel from USS Ashland to shore April 17, 2010. Hoover is currently the only ammo technician serving as an ammunition liaison while it's stored for upcoming training events during the 24th MEU's deployment. The 24th MEU is currently on a seven month deployment, and is the theatre reserve force for Central Command. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Alex C. Sauceda) - Cpl. Will D. Hoover, ammunition technician with Headquarters platoon, Combat Logistics Battalion 24, 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit, safeguards an ammunition load aboard a Landing Craft, Air Cushioned vessel from USS Ashland to shore April 17, 2010. Hoover is currently the only ammo technician serving as an ammunition liaison while it's stored for upcoming training events during the 24th MEU's deployment. The 24th MEU is currently on a seven month deployment, and is the theatre reserve force for Central Command. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Alex C. Sauceda)

24th Marine Expeditionary Unit Marines and Sailors aboard USS Mesa Verde manned static displays where tour groups could interact with Marines and some of the equipment and weapons they employ. The tour groups were part of a three day exhibition where vessels from 13 nations gathered at a port in Doha and allowed visitors to have a look at what it's like to live aboard each of their ships. USS Mesa Verde (LPD 19), part of the Nassau Amphibious Readiness Group, joined 12 other warships from around the world at the Doha international port to participate in the Doha International Maritime Defense Exhibition and Conference March 29-31. - 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit Marines and Sailors aboard USS Mesa Verde manned static displays where tour groups could interact with Marines and some of the equipment and weapons they employ. The tour groups were part of a three day exhibition where vessels from 13 nations gathered at a port in Doha and allowed visitors to have a look at what it's like to live aboard each of their ships. USS Mesa Verde (LPD 19), part of the Nassau Amphibious Readiness Group, joined 12 other warships from around the world at the Doha international port to participate in the Doha International Maritime Defense Exhibition and Conference March 29-31.