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Led by a Republic of Korea Marine Corps instructor, U.S. and ROK Marines paddle to shore during inflatable boat training as part of Korean Marine Exchange Program 15-13 at Baengnyeongdo, Republic of Korea, Sept. 7, 2015. Marines trained as integrated units paddling the boats and learning to work as a team. KMEP is a regularly scheduled training event which highlights the invaluable opportunities for ROK and U.S. Marines to train and learn from each other. The U.S. Marines are assigned to 3rd Platoon, Echo Company, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Marine Division, currently attached to 4th Marine Regiment, III Marine Expeditionary Force, through the Unit Deployment Program. The ROK Marines are with 11th Company, 63rd Battalion, 6th Brigade, 1st Regiment, 2nd ROK Marine Corps Division, ROK Headquarters Marine Corps. - Led by a Republic of Korea Marine Corps instructor, U.S. and ROK Marines paddle to shore during inflatable boat training as part of Korean Marine Exchange Program 15-13 at Baengnyeongdo, Republic of Korea, Sept. 7, 2015. Marines trained as integrated units paddling the boats and learning to work as a team. KMEP is a regularly scheduled training event which highlights the invaluable opportunities for ROK and U.S. Marines to train and learn from each other. The U.S. Marines are assigned to 3rd Platoon, Echo Company, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Marine Division, currently attached to 4th Marine Regiment, III Marine Expeditionary Force, through the Unit Deployment Program. The ROK Marines are with 11th Company, 63rd Battalion, 6th Brigade, 1st Regiment, 2nd ROK Marine Corps Division, ROK Headquarters Marine Corps.

Philippine Marine Corps Cpl. Elmer Addatu, right, grabs a fish of the line of U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Lucas Fernandez’s improvised fishing pole during jungle survival training at Ternate, Philippines, Sept. 30, 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. PHIBLEX 15 is an annual, bilateral training exercise conducted by U.S. Marine and Navy Forces with the Armed Forces of the Philippines in order to strengthen our interoperability and working relationships across the range of military operations — from disaster relief to complex expeditionary operations. Addatu is a reconnaissance man with 64th Force Recon Company, Marine Special Operations Group. Fernandez from Greenwich, Connecticut, is a reconnaissance man with 3rd Recon Battalion, 3rd Marine Division, III Marine Expeditionary Force. - Philippine Marine Corps Cpl. Elmer Addatu, right, grabs a fish of the line of U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Lucas Fernandez’s improvised fishing pole during jungle survival training at Ternate, Philippines, Sept. 30, 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. PHIBLEX 15 is an annual, bilateral training exercise conducted by U.S. Marine and Navy Forces with the Armed Forces of the Philippines in order to strengthen our interoperability and working relationships across the range of military operations — from disaster relief to complex expeditionary operations. Addatu is a reconnaissance man with 64th Force Recon Company, Marine Special Operations Group. Fernandez from Greenwich, Connecticut, is a reconnaissance man with 3rd Recon Battalion, 3rd Marine Division, III Marine Expeditionary Force.