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U.S. Marine Staff Sgt. Milton Donatus, second from right, speaks with Palau national law enforcement officers during live-fire training with the M9A1 9 mm service pistol Sept. 16 in Irai, Palau. Donatus, from Ngaraard, Palau, led the training and taught his fellow Palauans the fundamentals of combat marksmanship with the weapon. The training is part of exercise T-AKE 14-2, a maritime pre-positioned force, multi-country theater security cooperation event that deploys from Okinawa aboard the USNS Sacagawea to conduct training exercises. Donatus is the training chief with Combat Logistics Detachment 379, Combat Logistics Regiment 37, 3rd Marine Logistics Group, III Marine Expeditionary Force. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Drew Tech/Released) - U.S. Marine Staff Sgt. Milton Donatus, second from right, speaks with Palau national law enforcement officers during live-fire training with the M9A1 9 mm service pistol Sept. 16 in Irai, Palau. Donatus, from Ngaraard, Palau, led the training and taught his fellow Palauans the fundamentals of combat marksmanship with the weapon. The training is part of exercise T-AKE 14-2, a maritime pre-positioned force, multi-country theater security cooperation event that deploys from Okinawa aboard the USNS Sacagawea to conduct training exercises. Donatus is the training chief with Combat Logistics Detachment 379, Combat Logistics Regiment 37, 3rd Marine Logistics Group, III Marine Expeditionary Force. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Drew Tech/Released)

U.S. Marines load pallets of Meals, Ready-to-Eat from the USNS Sacagawea onto components of an Improved Ribbon Bridge while executing ship-to-shore transport operations Sept. 23 in logistical support of Amphibious Landing Exercise 2015 in Subic Bay, Philippines. The operation proved the concept that IRB components can be used in conjunction with Bridge Erection Boats on the open ocean as a ship-to-shore connector for transporting supplies and equipment to Marines on shore. PHIBLEX is an annual bilateral training exercise conducted by the Armed Forces of the Philippines alongside U.S. Marine and Navy forces. The Marines are combat engineers with 9th Engineer Support Battalion, 3rd Marine Logistics Group, III Marine Expeditionary Force, currently assigned to Combat Logistics Detachment 379, Headquarters Regiment, 3rd MLG, III MEF. T-AKE 14-2 is a maritime pre-positioned force, multi-country theater security cooperation event that deployed from Okinawa aboard the USNS Sacagawea to participate in training exercises throughout the Asia-Pacific area of operations. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Drew Tech/Released) - U.S. Marines load pallets of Meals, Ready-to-Eat from the USNS Sacagawea onto components of an Improved Ribbon Bridge while executing ship-to-shore transport operations Sept. 23 in logistical support of Amphibious Landing Exercise 2015 in Subic Bay, Philippines. The operation proved the concept that IRB components can be used in conjunction with Bridge Erection Boats on the open ocean as a ship-to-shore connector for transporting supplies and equipment to Marines on shore. PHIBLEX is an annual bilateral training exercise conducted by the Armed Forces of the Philippines alongside U.S. Marine and Navy forces. The Marines are combat engineers with 9th Engineer Support Battalion, 3rd Marine Logistics Group, III Marine Expeditionary Force, currently assigned to Combat Logistics Detachment 379, Headquarters Regiment, 3rd MLG, III MEF. T-AKE 14-2 is a maritime pre-positioned force, multi-country theater security cooperation event that deployed from Okinawa aboard the USNS Sacagawea to participate in training exercises throughout the Asia-Pacific area of operations. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Drew Tech/Released)

Donald W. Christensen, right, learns to disarm a weapon from Cpl. Ryan T. Starr Oct. 25 during Junglefest 2014 at the Jungle Warfare Training Center on Okinawa, Japan. The festival allowed Okinawa community members and U.S. service members to see and experience some of the military training techniques that the instructors at the JWTC teach during the jungle survival training course. Christensen is a student and child of an active duty service member on Okinawa. Starr, from Waldron, Arkansas, is an instructor at the Jungle Warfare Training Center. - Donald W. Christensen, right, learns to disarm a weapon from Cpl. Ryan T. Starr Oct. 25 during Junglefest 2014 at the Jungle Warfare Training Center on Okinawa, Japan. The festival allowed Okinawa community members and U.S. service members to see and experience some of the military training techniques that the instructors at the JWTC teach during the jungle survival training course. Christensen is a student and child of an active duty service member on Okinawa. Starr, from Waldron, Arkansas, is an instructor at the Jungle Warfare Training Center.