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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.
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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
LtCol Carroll with Afghan children while on ICT
Photo taken by Col Muller on a hike he went on with Mayor Nawandish, the mayor of Kabul City while in Afghanistan.
Marine FAO LtCol Carroll in the Nawa Bazaar of Aghanistan
Capt Fretwell participated in Exercise Keris Strike in Melaka, Malaysia. It was a Combined Malaysia and U.S. Peace Support Operations Exercise.
Maj Brown flying over Farah Province in Mar 2009. During an IA deployment with SPMAGTF-A and RCT-3, his FAO background made him a more effective MAGTF officer as LNO to HQ RC-West in Heart as the voice of the USMC on an Italian and Spanish staff in Afghanistan
The winning moment in a Senegalese boat race captured by Marine FAO, LtCol Madden