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Corporal Elaine C. Romain, assessment consequence management team member, Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense Platoon, 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, gives a class to Weapons Company, Battalion Landing Team 3/5, 15th MEU, on some of the different tools CBRN Marines use to operate in contaminated environments, aboard the USS Peleliu, Oct. 4. The 15th MEU?s CBRN Defense Platoon is spending an entire month preparing the 2,400 servicemembers that make up the MEU on how to properly operate in contaminated environments. The 15th MEU is currently embarked as part of the Peleliu Amphibious Ready Group, while they serve as the nation's rapid-response sea-based Marine Air Ground Task Force for Western Pacific Deployment 12-02. Romain, 21, is from New Orleans. - Corporal Elaine C. Romain, assessment consequence management team member, Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense Platoon, 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, gives a class to Weapons Company, Battalion Landing Team 3/5, 15th MEU, on some of the different tools CBRN Marines use to operate in contaminated environments, aboard the USS Peleliu, Oct. 4. The 15th MEU?s CBRN Defense Platoon is spending an entire month preparing the 2,400 servicemembers that make up the MEU on how to properly operate in contaminated environments. The 15th MEU is currently embarked as part of the Peleliu Amphibious Ready Group, while they serve as the nation's rapid-response sea-based Marine Air Ground Task Force for Western Pacific Deployment 12-02. Romain, 21, is from New Orleans.

U.S. Marine Cpl. Steven Haley (center), a motor transport operator with Transportation Service Company, Combat Logistics Battalion 3, and a 21 year old from Kennewick, Wash., listens to his supervisor, Gunnery Sgt. Daniel Flack, explain their team?s role as an opposing insurgent force while employing Marine Corps Base Hawaii?s new Mobile Counter-IED Interactive Trainer, Sept. 18, 2012. The interactive trainer, a series of four trailers decked out with a plethora of high-definition TVs and intricately crafted visual displays, provides Marines a practical, step-by-step education on one of the most significant threats currently facing troops on the ground ? the deadly improvised explosive device. The MCIT helps Marines recognize IEDs and production materials, understand the insurgent mindset and tactical use of IEDs, and how to mitigate their effectiveness and respond to IED events. - U.S. Marine Cpl. Steven Haley (center), a motor transport operator with Transportation Service Company, Combat Logistics Battalion 3, and a 21 year old from Kennewick, Wash., listens to his supervisor, Gunnery Sgt. Daniel Flack, explain their team?s role as an opposing insurgent force while employing Marine Corps Base Hawaii?s new Mobile Counter-IED Interactive Trainer, Sept. 18, 2012. The interactive trainer, a series of four trailers decked out with a plethora of high-definition TVs and intricately crafted visual displays, provides Marines a practical, step-by-step education on one of the most significant threats currently facing troops on the ground ? the deadly improvised explosive device. The MCIT helps Marines recognize IEDs and production materials, understand the insurgent mindset and tactical use of IEDs, and how to mitigate their effectiveness and respond to IED events.

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