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PACIFIC OCEAN, Calif., – An Assault Amphibious Vehicle with the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit Battalion Landing Team drive off the edge of the USS SAN DIEGO’s (LPD-22) well deck to conduct amphibious training during PHIBRON-MEU Integration, April 8, 2017. PMINT is the 15th MEU’s first at-sea training exercise integrating with the Navy to accomplish mission critical tasks. The distinct ability of amphibious forces to gain access to critical areas anywhere in the world with ground, air, and logistics forces enables the Navy-Marine Corps team to shape actions across the range of military operations. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Timothy Valero)
170408-M-HF454-103.JPG Photo By: Cpl. Timothy Valero

May 2, 2017
USS SAN DIEGO, At Sea - PACIFIC OCEAN, Calif., – An Assault Amphibious Vehicle with the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit Battalion Landing Team drive off the edge of the USS SAN DIEGO’s (LPD-22) well deck to conduct amphibious training during PHIBRON-MEU Integration, April 8, 2017. PMINT is the 15th MEU’s first at-sea training exercise integrating with the Navy to accomplish mission critical tasks. The distinct ability of amphibious forces to gain access to critical areas anywhere in the world with ground, air, and logistics forces enables the Navy-Marine Corps team to shape actions across the range of military operations. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Timothy Valero)


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