Logistics Combat Element Transition in Operation Enduring Freedom November 2013
U.S. Marine Corps heavy equipment operator guides a tractor, rubber-tired, articulated steering,
multi-purpose vehicle while building HESCO barriers on Patrol Base Fiazel, Helmand Province,
Afghanistan. click to read more...
Marine Wing Support Squadron Operations in Operation Enduring Freedom October 2013
A U.S. Marine combat engineer with MWSS-373 (Fwd) operates a tractor, rubber-tired, articulate steering, multi-purpose
(TRAM) at Camp Bastion, Helmand Province, Afghanistan. click to read more...
Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) Operations: 15th MEU October 2013
A U.S. Marine with the 15th MEU prepares to fast-rope from a UH-1Y Huey helicopter onto the
flight deck of the amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu (LHA-5) during its Western Pacific depoyment. click to read more...
Combined Joint Logistics Over the Shore: Exercise Ssang Yong 2013 October 2013
An ROK Marine, standing center, fires the 81 mm mortar during a fire-support coordination exercise
at Rodriguez Live-Fire Complex during Korean Marine Exchange Program 13-5, which was part of EXERCISE
SSANG YONG-2013. click to read more...
The Marine Corps Center for Lessons Learned (MCCLL) actively collects, analyzes, publishes and archives lessons learned materials to include observations, insights, lessons (OILs), trends, after action reports (AARs) and Marine Corps lessons learned reports. These efforts support training and planning for both exercises and operations, and the warfighting capability develpment process. MCCLL focuses on tactics, techniques and procedures of immediate importance to the operating forces thereby identifying gaps and best practices, and recommending solutions across the doctrine, organization, training, materiel, leadership, personnel, and facilities (DOTMLPF) spectrum.
Marine Wing Support Squadron and Logistics Combat Element Transition in Operation Enduring Freedom
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