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Oct 5, 2015

Philippine Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Bimbo R. Busico explains how to make a snare out of the surrounding environment during jungle survival training at Ternate, Philippines, Sept. 29, as part of Amphibious Landing Exercise 2015. The Marines learned basic jungle survival skills, such as building a fire, finding sources of fresh water and catching food.

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