U.S. Marines with 3d Marine Expeditionary Brigade assist personnel displaced by Typhoon Haiyan off a KC-130J Super Hercules and toward the terminal at Villamor Air Base, Nov. 12. Marines and sailors with 3d MEB are supporting the Philippine Armed Forces in providing humanitarian assistance and disaster relief to affected areas throughout the Republic of the Philippines following the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Caleb Hoover/Released)
U.S. Marines and Armed Forces of the Philippines airmen assist displaced personnel off of a Philippine Air Force KC-130J Hercules aircraft, Nov. 14 at Villamor Air Base, as part of Operation Damayan. The U.S. and Philippine Armed Forces have transported more than 384,400 pounds of relief supplies and more than 1,735 displaced personnel.
Members of the U.S. military and Armed Forces of the Philippines carry an injured Filipino onto a KC-130J Super Hercules at Tacloban Air Base, Republic of the Philippines Nov. 11. Four Ospreys, assigned to Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 262 and three KC-130J Hercules assigned to Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Squadron 152, both part of 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, III MEF, arrived in the Philippines to support the Armed Forces of the Philippines in conducting...
U.S. Marine Staff Noncommissioned Officers with Combat Logistics Company 28 (CLC-28), Combat Logistics Regiment 2, prepare the meat for their company barbecue on Camp Dwyer, Helmand province, Afghanistan, April 3, 2013. CLC-28 Marines held the event to relax and recuperate. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Anthony L. Ortiz / Released) Read more: http://www.dvidshub.net/image/900191/combat-logistics-company-28-barbecue#.UV2MqRlAtak#ixzz2PVLS8iO8
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Petty Officer 2nd Class Jason Bennett, a Special Amphibious Reconnaissance Corpsman in training serving with Alpha Company, 1st Reconnaissance Battalion, shows he has what it takes to become a SARC in the U.S. Navy. Bennett, 29, from Carrollton, Texas, has completed two of the five courses needed to become a SARC and said he can't wait to join the ranks of this elite group of sailors.