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Philippines, Japan, US conduct closing ceremony for exercise KAMANDAG 3 By Lance Cpl. Ujian Gosun | October 18, 2019
Island Marauder showcases emerging command and control capabilities on the tactical edge By Ashley Calingo | October 17, 2019
Boxer ARG, 11th MEU Build Partnerships in Western Pacific By Courtesy Story | October 16, 2019
Local community commemorates 36th Beirut Memorial Observance By Staff Sgt. Jennifer Poole | October 16, 2019
Camp Foster hosts 2019 Comic Con Okinawa By Cpl. Kayla Staten | October 15, 2019
Japanese service members, Philippine and U.S. Marines conduct amphibious landing By 1st Lt. John Doherty | October 15, 2019
The 49th Annual Naha Great Tug-of-War Festival By Lance Cpl. Brennan Beauton | October 15, 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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U.S.Secretary of State Departs Israel - October 18, 2019
U.S. Secretary of State Michael Pompeo boards his airplane in Ben Gurion airport at the end of his visit to Israel, on October 18, 2019.
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NRV Alliance Conducts Experimental Mine Countermeasure Operations during Exercise Dynamic Mariner 19
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NRV Alliance Conducts Experimental Mine Countermeasure Operations during Exercise Dynamic Mariner 19
A group of scientists and engineers from NATO’s Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation (CMRE) embarked aboard NATO Research Vessel (NRV) Alliance to conduct experimental mine countermeasure operations off the coast of Spain from 7 to 11 October, 2019. The team formed a part of the much larger NATO-led maritime Exercise Dynamic Mariner 2019, where they tested autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) while at sea. Throughout the exercise, AUVs were launched with the help of NRV Alliance’s Italian Navy crew. The AUVs are then put on either pre-planned courses or left to autonomously decide how to scan the ocean floor for potential mines or improvised explosive devices, which could cause major damage in the maritime domain. NATO’s CMRE, established in 1959, celebrated its 60th anniversary in October. It is a world-class scientific research and experimentation facility that organises and conducts scientific research and technology development, centred on the maritime domain, delivering innovative and field-tested science and technology solutions to address defence and security needs of NATO. The Centre operates two research vessels, including NRV Alliance, which allow them to conduct research and develop and test new technology at sea. Dynamic Mariner is a NATO-led crisis response exercise with an emphasis on training the NATO Response Force’s maritime element. NATO command groups, including Allied Maritime Command, Standing NATO Maritime Group One (SNMG1) and SNMG2, participate in the exercise. More than 2,000 soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines from 18 Allied nations participate in the exercise, which runs from 7 to 18 October, 2019.