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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)

Cpl. Daniel Mallory, a squad leader with 1st platoon, Alpha Company, Battalion Landing Team 1st Battalion, 9th Marine Regiment, 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit, posts security at the rear of an assault amphibious vehicle (AAV) as team leader Lance Cpl. Daniel Pursley, exits towards their objective point during a mechanized assault as part of a live fire range in Djibouti, Africa, March 29. The infantry Marines initially closed with their objective riding through the mountainous, desert environment, in the back of Assault Amphibious Vehicles from the 24th MEU's Amphibious Assault Vehicle platoon. 24th MEU Marines performed a series of sustainment exercises, as well as bi-lateral training alongside the French military, during a month-long rotation of units from 24th MEU conducting training in the east-African country. The 24th MEU currently serves as the theatre reserve force for Central Command. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Alex Sauceda) - Cpl. Daniel Mallory, a squad leader with 1st platoon, Alpha Company, Battalion Landing Team 1st Battalion, 9th Marine Regiment, 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit, posts security at the rear of an assault amphibious vehicle (AAV) as team leader Lance Cpl. Daniel Pursley, exits towards their objective point during a mechanized assault as part of a live fire range in Djibouti, Africa, March 29. The infantry Marines initially closed with their objective riding through the mountainous, desert environment, in the back of Assault Amphibious Vehicles from the 24th MEU's Amphibious Assault Vehicle platoon. 24th MEU Marines performed a series of sustainment exercises, as well as bi-lateral training alongside the French military, during a month-long rotation of units from 24th MEU conducting training in the east-African country. The 24th MEU currently serves as the theatre reserve force for Central Command. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Alex Sauceda)