Unit HomePhotos
Plans, Policies & Operations (PP&O)

 

Plans, Policies & Operations (PP&O)

Headquarters Marine Corps

Plans, Policies & Operations (PP&O)
Marines_MediaGallery
Maj Casey and Capt Grant, Southeast Asia FAOs support U.S. and Vietnamese veterans exchange event during the USS Theodore Roosevelt Carrier Strike Group visit to Danang, Vietnam.
GySgt Maxwell, Personnel Exchange Program Marine with United Kingdom Royal Marines Mountain Leaders at Achnacarry, Scotland the birth place of United Kingdom Royal Marines Commandos.
GySgt Alfonzo, LATAM Foreign Area SNCO, during an advisor mission with Chilean Marine Corps in Chile. GySgt Alfonzo explains Seabasing and other MEU Amphibious concepts to attentive Chilean Marine Corps Officers.
GySgt Ciupak, Africa Foreign Area SNCO participates in the 2017 Combined Unit Exercise with members from the U.S., Australia, Canadian, and United Kingdom Armed Forces.
First seven Foreign Area SNCO Program participants who attended Naval Postgraduate School in 2012. The FAS Program participants were part of the Beta Test and completed the Regional Security Studies Graduate Certificate Program at the National Security Affairs Department in preparation for their follow-on assignments as Foreign Area SNCOs in their respective assigned regions. From Left: GySgt Robert Hilton, GySgt James Cornwell, SSgt Ericker Camarillo, MGySgt Donald Hart, MSgt Ronal Morales, GySgt Gregory Lentz, and GySgt Mark Ecalnir.
MGySgt Ronal Morales discusses the importance of Non-Commissioned Officer and enlisted education continuum to professionalize the Colombian Marine Corps with the Director and Sergeant Major of the Colombian NCO School in Covenas, Colombia.
civilian police officer, vehicle search, alcohol
traffic
Patrol Officer
Devil Dog Training
Cherry Point Air Show
The Special Reaction Team breaches a barricaded door Sept. 23 during an active shooter exercise as part of Exercise Constant Vigilance 2015 aboard Camp Foster. SRT Marines swept through the building, clearing each floor room by room, ensuring no other threats were present before arriving at the shooter’s barricade. SRT breached the barricade, detained the shooter and removed the hostage from the room. The Special Reaction Team responds to trouble calls such as active shooters with hostages in the same way the civilian special law enforcement teams act, according to Staff Sgt. Brandon Price, the section chief of the Special Reaction Team with the Provost Marshal’s Office Headquarters and Support Battalion, Marine Corps Installations Pacific-Marine Corps Base Camp Butler, Japan.
General
Capt Macak, MENA FAO, beside St. Michael's Coptic Cathedral in Aswan, Egypt. St. Michael's is the country's second largest cathedral for the country's largest religious minority. Developing an in-depth understanding of the social, religious, and historical perspectives of the human terrain is one of the goals of FAOs on In-Country Training.
Aswan, Egypt on 24 June 2012 after the Egyptian elections commission officially announced Mohamed Morsi as the country's democratically elected president. The energy and emotion of Tahrir Square that started the January 2011 revolution extended all the way down to the southern portion of the country. Seen here, a kid climbs atop a statue in the city's town center waving the Egyptian flag. Egyptians of all ages united in celebrating this historical moment in their history. Photo captured by Capt Macak, MENA FAO, on In-Country Training in Egypt.
Aswan, Egypt on 24 June 2012 after the Egyptian elections commission officially announced Mohamed Morsi as the country's democratically elected president. The energy and emotion of Tahrir Square that started the January 2011 revolution extended all the way down to the southern portion of the country. Seen here, a kid climbs atop a statue in the city's town center waving the Egyptian flag. Egyptians of all ages united in celebrating this historical moment in their history. Photo captured by Capt Macak, MENA FAO, on In-Country Training in Egypt.
Marine FAO LtCol Madden boards a French C-160 w/French and Senegalese troops
On any given evening you'll find several hundred young Senegalese men PT'ing in formation on a 100 meter stretch of beach.
Marine FAO LtCol Carroll teaching Afghan students in Now Zad
Nizwa, Oman