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20 OF THE MOST INFLUENTIAL PHOTOS FROM NOVEMBER 2019 By Courtesy Story | December 6, 2019
NPS, Marine Corps Advance Graduate Education for Senior NCOs By MC2 Patrick Dionne | December 6, 2019
NOTES ON DESIGNING THE MARINE CORPS OF THE FUTURE By Gen. David H. Berger, Commandant of the Marine Corps | December 6, 2019
Chief of Naval Operations Guidance to Fleet Includes Decisive Integrated Naval Power with Marine Corps By Chief of Naval Operations Public Affairs | December 5, 2019
Operation Buck Rogers By Lance Cpl. Alison Dostie | December 5, 2019
PMO active shooter training By Lance Cpl. Karis Mattingly | December 3, 2019
Exercise Forest Light Middle Army begins By 1st Lt. Brett Vannier | December 3, 2019
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The mission of the Personnel Studies and Oversight (PSO) Office, in support of the Talent Management Officer of the Marine Corps, will oversee, analyze, assess, and recommend changes to policy to optimize our ability to attract, retain, and properly assign the talent necessary to achieve our institutional and strategic objectives. The Personnel Studies and Oversight Office is administratively supported by Manpower and Reserve Affairs, and reports directly to the Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps.

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B-Roll 1/2 The 726th Expeditionary Air Base Squadron Munitions Systems team
B-Roll of the 726th EABS Munitions System team performing a bomb build.
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NATO Mission Iraq
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NATO Mission Iraq
At the NATO Summit in Brussels in July 2018, following a request from the Iraqi government, Allied leaders issued direction to launch a new training mission in Iraq. This new mission - NATO Mission Iraq (NMI) - was established in Baghdad in October 2018. NMI comes under the command of Major General Jennie Carignan of Canada, who assumed responsibility for this post on 26 November 2019. NATO Mission Iraq is focused on mentoring and advising Iraqi national defence structures and military education institutions, through a series of activities conducted in full respect of Iraq’s sovereignty and territorial integrity. It is designed to help Iraqi security structures and institutions further develop and sustain their capacity, so they can ensure that ISIS/Daesh does not return. NMI advisors work closely with officials of the Iraqi Ministry of Defence and the Office of the National Security Advisor to help Iraq build a more effective, sustainable, inclusive and transparent defence sector. Advisors from the mission also train Iraqi instructors at Iraqi military schools and academies in such areas as countering explosive devices, civil-military planning, armoured vehicle maintenance and military medicine. NMI is a non-combat mission. It focuses its efforts on several Iraqi professional military education institutions and training schools in Baghdad, Besmayah and Taji. Footage includes shots of Canadian, Danish, Greek, Italian and Polish trainers teaching Iraqi forces on a variety of activities, as well as shots of soldiers at Union III Camp, Baghdad.
Around the Air Force: AF Tests 5G Technologies, Pacific Air Chiefs Symposium
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Around the Air Force: AF Tests 5G Technologies, Pacific Air Chiefs Symposium
Today's look Around the Air Force features The 2019 Pacific Air Chiefs Symposium, New Implementation Of 5-G Technology, And A Look Into Our Latest Episode Of Blue. Links: Story 1: Top airmen to gather for Pacific Air Chiefs Symposium https://www.pacaf.af.mil/News/Article-Display/Article/2026501/top-airmen-to-gather-for-pacific-air-chiefs-symposium/ Air chiefs and leadership from across the Indo-Pacific will gather for the 2019 Pacific Air Chiefs Symposium at Pacific Air Forces Headquarters Dec. 3 to 6, jointly hosted by Gen. David Goldfein, U.S. Air Force chief of staff, and Gen. CQ Brown, Jr., PACAF commander. Story 2: Hill AFB, DoD bases to serve as 5G test bed https://www.af.mil/News/Article-Display/Article/2027239/hill-afb-dod-bases-to-serve-as-5g-test-bed/ In an effort to demonstrate innovative prototypes that use commercial 5G technologies as a way to augment future military capabilities, the Department of Defense chose Hill Air Force Base and three other U.S. military bases, including Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington; Naval Base San Diego and Marine Corps Logistics Albany, Georgia. as a test bed for 5G technology. Blue: Target Acquisition https://youtu.be/G3nwWehwB0A To meet emerging threats and maintain domain dominance, the Air Force is moving beyond antiquated acquisition processes and opening new avenues to smaller more agile businesses to develop and acquire new technology. Watch on Youtube: https://youtu.be/QSFgrJjjAKo