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Two Reconnaissance Marines with Battalion Landing Team 1/4, 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit, wade ashore at Bellows Beach on the Island of Oahu, Hawaii, during sustainment training Aug. 31, 2013. The Marines left the USS Boxer on Combat Rubber Reconnaissance Craft (CRRC) just after sunrise with the objective of securing an area of Bellows Beach thus allowing Landing Craft Air Cushion’s (LCAC’s) to land and transport military vehicles ashore. The Marines and Sailors with 13th MEU will deploy for several months in support of theater requirements of Geographic Combatant Commanders.  (USMC Photo by SSgt. Matt Orr/Released)
130823-M-MC013-0100.JPG Photo By: SSgt. Matt Orr

Sep 3, 2013
USS Boxer, At Sea, At Sea - Two Reconnaissance Marines with Battalion Landing Team 1/4, 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit, wade ashore at Bellows Beach on the Island of Oahu, Hawaii, during sustainment training Aug. 31, 2013. The Marines left the USS Boxer on Combat Rubber Reconnaissance Craft (CRRC) just after sunrise with the objective of securing an area of Bellows Beach thus allowing Landing Craft Air Cushion’s (LCAC’s) to land and transport military vehicles ashore. The Marines and Sailors with 13th MEU will deploy for several months in support of theater requirements of Geographic Combatant Commanders. (USMC Photo by SSgt. Matt Orr/Released)


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