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Marines from 4th Landing Support Battalion and Sailors from Amphibious Construction Battalion 2, position a 7-ton Medium Tactical Vehicle as it is moved from the USNS 2nd Lt John Bobo, a maritime prepositioning ship, onto the Improved Navy Lighterage System March 21. The Marines are transferring the equipment in order to evaluate the INLS at sea and to conduct a humanitarian assistance mission in Monrovia, Liberia as part of West African Training Cruise 2008.   The WATC 08 exercise is being held March 17 to April 5 in concert with the ongoing African Partnership Station deployment with a focus on the delivery of humanitarian assistance supplies to various clinics and schools in Monrovia, Liberia from a sea based command.
080321-M-0884D-022.jpg Photo By: Sgt Rocco C. DeFilippis

Mar 22, 2008
Marines from 4th Landing Support Battalion and Sailors from Amphibious Construction Battalion 2, position a 7-ton Medium Tactical Vehicle as it is moved from the USNS 2nd Lt John Bobo, a maritime prepositioning ship, onto the Improved Navy Lighterage System March 21. The Marines are transferring the equipment in order to evaluate the INLS at sea and to conduct a humanitarian assistance mission in Monrovia, Liberia as part of West African Training Cruise 2008. The WATC 08 exercise is being held March 17 to April 5 in concert with the ongoing African Partnership Station deployment with a focus on the delivery of humanitarian assistance supplies to various clinics and schools in Monrovia, Liberia from a sea based command.


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