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24th Marine Expeditionary Unit

II Marine Expeditionary Force

Camp Lejeune, NC
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LCpl. Christopher Fernandez, 20, of Miami, Fla., learns about the French army's FAMAS assault weapon during a bi-lateral training exercise between the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit and the French Army in Djibouti, Africa, May 25, 2010.  These bi-lateral training exercises have been a continuos effort to enhance relationships between the two militaries since the 24th MEU arrived in the Central Command area of operations in late Febuary where they serve with the Nassau Amphibious Ready Group as the theater reserve. The MEU is an expeditionary force capable of rapid deployment to a variety of missions from full-scale combat operations to humanitarian assistance. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Sean D. Ross.)
100525-M-1089R-114.jpg Photo By: Lance Cpl. Sean D. Ross

May 25, 2010
LCpl. Christopher Fernandez, 20, of Miami, Fla., learns about the French army's FAMAS assault weapon during a bi-lateral training exercise between the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit and the French Army in Djibouti, Africa, May 25, 2010. These bi-lateral training exercises have been a continuos effort to enhance relationships between the two militaries since the 24th MEU arrived in the Central Command area of operations in late Febuary where they serve with the Nassau Amphibious Ready Group as the theater reserve. The MEU is an expeditionary force capable of rapid deployment to a variety of missions from full-scale combat operations to humanitarian assistance. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Sean D. Ross.)


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