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Accounting for sea bags marked with last names and the distinguishing castle logo, U.S. Marine Reserves from the 4th Combat Engineer Battalion of Baltimore, Maryland stage and account for their gear upon arriving Peru's Marine Infantry base here, which will host nine other countries in the multi-national combined exercises called Partnership of the Americas (POA-10) and Southern Exchange (SE-10), exposing military forces to fundamentals that will enhance capabilities in the execution of peace keeping operations and humanitarian aid/disaster relief missions, July 3, 2010. ::r::::n:: - Accounting for sea bags marked with last names and the distinguishing castle logo, U.S. Marine Reserves from the 4th Combat Engineer Battalion of Baltimore, Maryland stage and account for their gear upon arriving Peru's Marine Infantry base here, which will host nine other countries in the multi-national combined exercises called Partnership of the Americas (POA-10) and Southern Exchange (SE-10), exposing military forces to fundamentals that will enhance capabilities in the execution of peace keeping operations and humanitarian aid/disaster relief missions, July 3, 2010. ::r::::n::

Brazilian Marines demonstrate lane training techniques during Partnership of the Americas (POA) 2009. POA, which is being executed simultaneously with UNITAS Gold, is an annual U.S. Marine Corps Forces, South multi-national company-level combined and joint exercise that focuses on enhancing interoperability between U.S. Marines and partner-nation Marines in the areas of amphibious operations, non-combatant evacuation operations (NEO), peacekeeping and disaster relief. Deployed as Special Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force 24 (SPMAGTF 24), the U.S. Marines of 24th Marine Regiment, 4th Marine Division, are conducting training with Marines from Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay, and soldiers from the Royal Canadian Army. - Brazilian Marines demonstrate lane training techniques during Partnership of the Americas (POA) 2009. POA, which is being executed simultaneously with UNITAS Gold, is an annual U.S. Marine Corps Forces, South multi-national company-level combined and joint exercise that focuses on enhancing interoperability between U.S. Marines and partner-nation Marines in the areas of amphibious operations, non-combatant evacuation operations (NEO), peacekeeping and disaster relief. Deployed as Special Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force 24 (SPMAGTF 24), the U.S. Marines of 24th Marine Regiment, 4th Marine Division, are conducting training with Marines from Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay, and soldiers from the Royal Canadian Army.

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