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U.S. Marine Corps Capt. Vic Bockman, left, a MV-22B Osprey pilot from Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 265, gives a tour of an MV-22B Osprey to Royal Australian Navy Commodore Brenton Smyth, center, commander of Headquarters Northern Command, and Karen Smyth, during the opening ceremony for exercise Talisman Sabre 15 at the Darwin Showground, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia, July 5. The sixth iteration of Talisman Sabre will focus on joint training of a Combined Task Force of U.S. and Australian forces in a mid-intensity, high-end operation, incorporating interagency participation. Conducting land, sea, and air training during the exercise, the U.S. and Australian forces will feature 21 ships, including the U.S. Navy aircraft carrier USS George Washington (CVN 73), more than 200 aircraft, and three submarines.
Talisman Sabre Opening Ceremony
U.S. Marine Corps Capt. Vic Bockman, left, a MV-22B Osprey pilot from Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 265, gives a tour of an MV-22B Osprey to Royal Australian Navy Commodore Brenton Smyth, center, commander of Headquarters Northern Command, and Karen Smyth, during the opening ceremony for exercise Talisman Sabre 15 at the Darwin Showground, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia, July 5. The sixth iteration of Talisman Sabre will focus on joint training of a Combined Task Force of U.S. and Australian forces in a mid-intensity, high-end operation, incorporating interagency participation. Conducting land, sea, and air training during the exercise, the U.S. and Australian forces will feature 21 ships, including the U.S. Navy aircraft carrier USS George Washington (CVN 73), more than 200 aircraft, and three submarines.
U.S. Marines with 1st Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, exit a CH-53E Super Stallion Helicopter to prepare for a movement to contact exercise during the start of Exercise Talisman Sabre 15 on July 6, in Bradshaw, Northern Territory, Australia. Talisman Sabre is designed to improve U.S. – Australian combat readiness and interoperability, maximize combined training opportunities and conduct maritime prepositioning and logistics. The exercise allows both forces to work together and further enhance the key partnership the two nations share in their pursuit of defense in the region.
Bradshaw field training exercise Talisman Sabre
U.S. Marines with 1st Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, exit a CH-53E Super Stallion Helicopter to prepare for a movement to contact exercise during the start of Exercise Talisman Sabre 15 on July 6, in Bradshaw, Northern Territory, Australia. Talisman Sabre is designed to improve U.S. – Australian combat readiness and interoperability, maximize combined training opportunities and conduct maritime prepositioning and logistics. The exercise allows both forces to work together and further enhance the key partnership the two nations share in their pursuit of defense in the region.
U.S. Marines from Battalion Landing Team, 2nd Battalion 5th Marines, 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit run towards a CH-53E Super Stallion while conducting a Tactical Recovery of Aircraft and Personnel near Fog Bay, Northern Territory, Australia, during exercise Talisman Sabre, July 9. Talisman Sabre 15 provides an invaluable opportunity to conduct operation in a combined, joint, and interagency environment that will increase the U.S and Australia’s ability to plan and execute contingency responses, from combat missions to humanitarian efforts.
U.S. Marines conduct TRAP mission during Talisman Sabre 15
U.S. Marines from Battalion Landing Team, 2nd Battalion 5th Marines, 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit run towards a CH-53E Super Stallion while conducting a Tactical Recovery of Aircraft and Personnel near Fog Bay, Northern Territory, Australia, during exercise Talisman Sabre, July 9. Talisman Sabre 15 provides an invaluable opportunity to conduct operation in a combined, joint, and interagency environment that will increase the U.S and Australia’s ability to plan and execute contingency responses, from combat missions to humanitarian efforts.
Two U.S. Marine Corps MV-22B Ospreys sit on the runway at Royal Australian Air Force Base Darwin during exercise Talisman Sabre 15, July 6. Talisman Sabre provides an invaluable opportunity to conduct operation in a combined, joint, and interagency environment that will increase the U.S and Australia’s ability to plan and execute contingency responses, from combat missions to humanitarian efforts.
U.S., Australian leaders visit USS Bonhomme Richard
Two U.S. Marine Corps MV-22B Ospreys sit on the runway at Royal Australian Air Force Base Darwin during exercise Talisman Sabre 15, July 6. Talisman Sabre provides an invaluable opportunity to conduct operation in a combined, joint, and interagency environment that will increase the U.S and Australia’s ability to plan and execute contingency responses, from combat missions to humanitarian efforts.
U.S. Marines attached to 1st Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, and Australian Army Soldiers, assigned to 101st Battery, 8/12 Regiment, conduct a regimental helo assault utilizing CH-53E Super Stallions during Talisman Sabre 2015 at Bradshaw Field Training Area, Australia, July 15, 2015. Talisman Sabre is a biennial exercise that provides an invaluable opportunity for nearly 30,000 U.S. and Australian defense forces to conduct operations in a combined, joint and interagency environment that will increase both countries’ ability to plan and execute a full range of operations from combat missions to humanitarian assistance efforts.
Marines conduct regimental helo assault during Talisman Sabre
U.S. Marines attached to 1st Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, and Australian Army Soldiers, assigned to 101st Battery, 8/12 Regiment, conduct a regimental helo assault utilizing CH-53E Super Stallions during Talisman Sabre 2015 at Bradshaw Field Training Area, Australia, July 15, 2015. Talisman Sabre is a biennial exercise that provides an invaluable opportunity for nearly 30,000 U.S. and Australian defense forces to conduct operations in a combined, joint and interagency environment that will increase both countries’ ability to plan and execute a full range of operations from combat missions to humanitarian assistance efforts.
U.S. Marines attached to 1st Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, and Australian Army Soldiers, assigned to 101st Battery, 8/12 Regiment, conduct a regimental helo assault utilizing CH-53E Super Stallions during Talisman Sabre 2015 at Bradshaw Field Training Area, Australia, July 15, 2015. Talisman Sabre is a biennial exercise that provides an invaluable opportunity for nearly 30,000 U.S. and Australian defense forces to conduct operations in a combined, joint and interagency environment that will increase both countries’ ability to plan and execute a full range of operations from combat missions to humanitarian assistance efforts.
Marines conduct regimental helo assault during Talisman Sabre
U.S. Marines attached to 1st Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, and Australian Army Soldiers, assigned to 101st Battery, 8/12 Regiment, conduct a regimental helo assault utilizing CH-53E Super Stallions during Talisman Sabre 2015 at Bradshaw Field Training Area, Australia, July 15, 2015. Talisman Sabre is a biennial exercise that provides an invaluable opportunity for nearly 30,000 U.S. and Australian defense forces to conduct operations in a combined, joint and interagency environment that will increase both countries’ ability to plan and execute a full range of operations from combat missions to humanitarian assistance efforts.
A U.S. Marine with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 463, Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, looks for mock enemy targets June 25 during an aerial gun range at Bradshaw Field Training Area, Northern Territory, Australia. The aerial gun range allowed the Marines to become more proficient with their weapon systems. The MRF-D deployment enables Marines to more effectively train, exercise, and operate with their Australian partners, enhances regional security and builds the capacity to respond more rapidly to natural disasters and crises throughout the region.
U.S. Marines practice aerial gunnery in Australia
A U.S. Marine with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 463, Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, looks for mock enemy targets June 25 during an aerial gun range at Bradshaw Field Training Area, Northern Territory, Australia. The aerial gun range allowed the Marines to become more proficient with their weapon systems. The MRF-D deployment enables Marines to more effectively train, exercise, and operate with their Australian partners, enhances regional security and builds the capacity to respond more rapidly to natural disasters and crises throughout the region.
U.S. Marine Corps 1st Lt. Stefanie Ton, a logistics officer with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 463, Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, shakes the hand of a child June 23 after the “Welcome to Country” ceremony at Bradshaw Field Training Area, Northern Territory, Australia. The ceremony took place in conjunction with a static display before Exercise Koolendong at BFTA. Marine Rotational Force – Darwin highlights excellent opportunities to improve our knowledge of our allies’ customs and traditions which ultimately strengthens U.S.-Australian military interoperability
Bradshaw Traditional land owners welcome Marines, Australians
U.S. Marine Corps 1st Lt. Stefanie Ton, a logistics officer with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 463, Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, shakes the hand of a child June 23 after the “Welcome to Country” ceremony at Bradshaw Field Training Area, Northern Territory, Australia. The ceremony took place in conjunction with a static display before Exercise Koolendong at BFTA. Marine Rotational Force – Darwin highlights excellent opportunities to improve our knowledge of our allies’ customs and traditions which ultimately strengthens U.S.-Australian military interoperability
The local and traditional land owners of Bradshaw, U.S. Marines, U.S. Navy sailors and Australian soldiers pose for a group photo June 23 after the “Welcome to Country” ceremony at Bradshaw Training Area, Northern Territory, Australia. The ceremony took place in conjunction with a static display before Exercise Koolendong at BFTA. Marine Rotational Force – Darwin highlights excellent opportunities to improve our knowledge of our allies’ customs and traditions which ultimately strengthens U.S.-Australian military interoperability.
Bradshaw Traditional land owners welcome Marines, Australians
The local and traditional land owners of Bradshaw, U.S. Marines, U.S. Navy sailors and Australian soldiers pose for a group photo June 23 after the “Welcome to Country” ceremony at Bradshaw Training Area, Northern Territory, Australia. The ceremony took place in conjunction with a static display before Exercise Koolendong at BFTA. Marine Rotational Force – Darwin highlights excellent opportunities to improve our knowledge of our allies’ customs and traditions which ultimately strengthens U.S.-Australian military interoperability.
U.S. Marines with Marine Wing Support Detachment 24, Marine Air Group 24, demonstrate to children how to use a crash-rescue fire hose before a “Welcome to Country” ceremony June 23 at Bradshaw Field Training Area, Northern Territory, Australia. The ceremony took place in conjunction with a static display before Exercise Koolendong at BFTA. Marine Rotational Force – Darwin highlights excellent opportunities to improve our knowledge of our allies’ customs and traditions which ultimately strengthens U.S.-Australian military interoperability.
Bradshaw Traditional land owners welcome Marine, Australians
U.S. Marines with Marine Wing Support Detachment 24, Marine Air Group 24, demonstrate to children how to use a crash-rescue fire hose before a “Welcome to Country” ceremony June 23 at Bradshaw Field Training Area, Northern Territory, Australia. The ceremony took place in conjunction with a static display before Exercise Koolendong at BFTA. Marine Rotational Force – Darwin highlights excellent opportunities to improve our knowledge of our allies’ customs and traditions which ultimately strengthens U.S.-Australian military interoperability.
U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Emanuel Gonzalez, an airframes mechanic with the Marine All-Weather Fighter Attack Squadron (VMFA [AW]) 242, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, removes old sealant on a U.S. Marine Corps FA-18D Hornet assigned to VMFA (AW)-242 during Exercise Northern Edge 15 at Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, June 22, 2015. Northern Edge is Alaska’s premier joint training exercise designed to practice operations, techniques and procedures as well as enhance interoperability among the services. Thousands of service members from active duty, reserve and National Guard units are involved
Thunder Dome Maintenance
U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Emanuel Gonzalez, an airframes mechanic with the Marine All-Weather Fighter Attack Squadron (VMFA [AW]) 242, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, removes old sealant on a U.S. Marine Corps FA-18D Hornet assigned to VMFA (AW)-242 during Exercise Northern Edge 15 at Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, June 22, 2015. Northern Edge is Alaska’s premier joint training exercise designed to practice operations, techniques and procedures as well as enhance interoperability among the services. Thousands of service members from active duty, reserve and National Guard units are involved
A U.S. Marine Corps F/A-18D Hornet aircraft, assigned to the Marine All-Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 242, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, flies next to a U.S. Air Force KC-135R Stratotanker aircraft, assigned to the 459th Air Refueling Wing, Andrews Air Force Base, Md., Air Force Reserve, over the Gulf of Alaska, June 22, 2015. The aircraft was being refueled while flying a training mission during Exercise Northern Edge 15. Northern Edge is Alaska’s premier joint training exercise designed to practice operations, techniques and procedures as well as enhance interoperability among the services. Thousands of Airmen, Soldiers, Sailors, Marines and Coast Guardsmen from active duty, reserve and National Guard units are involved.
Northern Edge training mission over the Gulf of Alaska
A U.S. Marine Corps F/A-18D Hornet aircraft, assigned to the Marine All-Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 242, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, flies next to a U.S. Air Force KC-135R Stratotanker aircraft, assigned to the 459th Air Refueling Wing, Andrews Air Force Base, Md., Air Force Reserve, over the Gulf of Alaska, June 22, 2015. The aircraft was being refueled while flying a training mission during Exercise Northern Edge 15. Northern Edge is Alaska’s premier joint training exercise designed to practice operations, techniques and procedures as well as enhance interoperability among the services. Thousands of Airmen, Soldiers, Sailors, Marines and Coast Guardsmen from active duty, reserve and National Guard units are involved.
A U.S. Marine Corps F/A-18D Hornet aircraft, assigned to the Marine All-Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 242, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, flies over the Gulf of Alaska, June 22, 2015. The aircraft was being refueled while flying a training mission during Exercise Northern Edge 15. Northern Edge is Alaska’s premier joint training exercise designed to practice operations, techniques and procedures as well as enhance interoperability among the services. Thousands of Airmen, Soldiers, Sailors, Marines and Coast Guardsmen from active duty, reserve and National Guard units are involved
Northern Edge training mission over the Gulf of Alaska
A U.S. Marine Corps F/A-18D Hornet aircraft, assigned to the Marine All-Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 242, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, flies over the Gulf of Alaska, June 22, 2015. The aircraft was being refueled while flying a training mission during Exercise Northern Edge 15. Northern Edge is Alaska’s premier joint training exercise designed to practice operations, techniques and procedures as well as enhance interoperability among the services. Thousands of Airmen, Soldiers, Sailors, Marines and Coast Guardsmen from active duty, reserve and National Guard units are involved
A U.S. Marine Corps F/A-18D Hornet aircraft, assigned to the Marine All-Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 242, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, flies over the Gulf of Alaska, June 22, 2015. The aircraft was being refueled while flying a training mission during Exercise Northern Edge 15. Northern Edge is Alaska’s premier joint training exercise designed to practice operations, techniques and procedures as well as enhance interoperability among the services. Thousands of Airmen, Soldiers, Sailors, Marines and Coast Guardsmen from active duty, reserve and National Guard units are involved.
Northern Edge training mission over the Gulf of Alaska
A U.S. Marine Corps F/A-18D Hornet aircraft, assigned to the Marine All-Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 242, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, flies over the Gulf of Alaska, June 22, 2015. The aircraft was being refueled while flying a training mission during Exercise Northern Edge 15. Northern Edge is Alaska’s premier joint training exercise designed to practice operations, techniques and procedures as well as enhance interoperability among the services. Thousands of Airmen, Soldiers, Sailors, Marines and Coast Guardsmen from active duty, reserve and National Guard units are involved.
An MV-22B Osprey takes off from the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, Nepal, as Operation Sahayogi Haat draws to a close May 21. The Osprey is bringing U.S. Marines back to Okinawa, Japan. The U.S. military came together as Joint Task Force 505 in response to a 7.8 magnitude earthquake April 25.
Sahayogi Haat draws to a close
An MV-22B Osprey takes off from the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, Nepal, as Operation Sahayogi Haat draws to a close May 21. The Osprey is bringing U.S. Marines back to Okinawa, Japan. The U.S. military came together as Joint Task Force 505 in response to a 7.8 magnitude earthquake April 25.
U.S. Marine Brig. Gen. Paul J. Kennedy and United States Agency for International Development principal regional advisor, William Berger, receive a brief prior to their departure on a UH-1Y Huey at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, Nepal, May 4. The flight was part of a reconnaissance mission to survey the outlying areas of Nepal affected by the 7.8 magnitude earthquake, April 25. Marines with Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 469, Marine Air Group 36, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, III Marine Expeditionary Force provided the UH-1Y Huey to support the Nepal government. The Nepalese Government requested the U.S. Government’s help after the earthquake. USAID is a U.S. Government agency that gives civilian foreign aid in time of natural disasters. Kennedy is the III MEF Deputy Commanding General and 3rd Marine Expeditionary Brigade Commanding General.
U.S. Marine aircraft survey Nepal earthquake damage, support USAID efforts
U.S. Marine Brig. Gen. Paul J. Kennedy and United States Agency for International Development principal regional advisor, William Berger, receive a brief prior to their departure on a UH-1Y Huey at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, Nepal, May 4. The flight was part of a reconnaissance mission to survey the outlying areas of Nepal affected by the 7.8 magnitude earthquake, April 25. Marines with Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 469, Marine Air Group 36, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, III Marine Expeditionary Force provided the UH-1Y Huey to support the Nepal government. The Nepalese Government requested the U.S. Government’s help after the earthquake. USAID is a U.S. Government agency that gives civilian foreign aid in time of natural disasters. Kennedy is the III MEF Deputy Commanding General and 3rd Marine Expeditionary Brigade Commanding General.
U.S. Marine V-22 Ospreys arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, Nepal, May 3. U.S. Marines also brought an UH-1N Huey, tools and equipment to support the government of Nepal. The Nepalese Government requested the U.S. Government’s help after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck their country, April 25. The Marines are with Marine All-Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 242, Marine Aircraft Group 12, I Marine Aircraft Wing, III Marine Expeditionary Force. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Mandaline Hatch/Released)
U.S. Marine aircraft arrive in Kathmandu to support Nepal earthquake relief
U.S. Marine V-22 Ospreys arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, Nepal, May 3. U.S. Marines also brought an UH-1N Huey, tools and equipment to support the government of Nepal. The Nepalese Government requested the U.S. Government’s help after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck their country, April 25. The Marines are with Marine All-Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 242, Marine Aircraft Group 12, I Marine Aircraft Wing, III Marine Expeditionary Force. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Mandaline Hatch/Released)
U.S. Marine V-22 Ospreys fly into Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, Nepal, May 3. U.S. Marines also brought an UH-1N Huey, tools and equipment to support the government of Nepal. The Nepalese Government requested the U.S. Government’s help after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck their country, April 25. The Marines are with Marine All-Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 242, Marine Aircraft Group 12, I Marine Aircraft Wing, III Marine Expeditionary Force. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Mandaline Hatch/Released)
U.S. Marine aircraft arrive in Kathmandu to support Nepal earthquake relief
U.S. Marine V-22 Ospreys fly into Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, Nepal, May 3. U.S. Marines also brought an UH-1N Huey, tools and equipment to support the government of Nepal. The Nepalese Government requested the U.S. Government’s help after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck their country, April 25. The Marines are with Marine All-Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 242, Marine Aircraft Group 12, I Marine Aircraft Wing, III Marine Expeditionary Force. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Mandaline Hatch/Released)
Cpl. Connor G. Reap inspects the final bolt put in a Humvee that made Marine Air Control Squadron 4 100% equipment ready March 13 on Marine Corps Air Station Futenma. “Marine Corps wide no one is at 100% readiness, except us right now,” said Reap. “There are some Marines who have been in for 20 plus years and they didn’t believe it. It made me feel like a rock star to know that we are the only unit in the Marine Corps to be 100% ready.” Reap, from Wanaque, New Jersey, is a quality control non-commissioned officer with MACS-4, Marine Air Control Group 18, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, III Marine Expeditionary Force.
MACS-4, Ready to Roll
Cpl. Connor G. Reap inspects the final bolt put in a Humvee that made Marine Air Control Squadron 4 100% equipment ready March 13 on Marine Corps Air Station Futenma. “Marine Corps wide no one is at 100% readiness, except us right now,” said Reap. “There are some Marines who have been in for 20 plus years and they didn’t believe it. It made me feel like a rock star to know that we are the only unit in the Marine Corps to be 100% ready.” Reap, from Wanaque, New Jersey, is a quality control non-commissioned officer with MACS-4, Marine Air Control Group 18, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, III Marine Expeditionary Force.
A Royal Thai Air Force Northrop F-5A Freedom Fighter takes off for flight, Feb. 16. U.S. Marines attached to Marine Aircraft Group 12, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, III Marine Expeditionary Force, and the Royal Thai Air Force train together to maintain readiness and interoperability in support of peace and security in the region as part of Exercise Cobra Gold 2015. For more information on exercise Cobra Gold, please visit the official Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/ExerciseCobraGold.
Thailand skies bring U.S. Marines, Thai Air Force together
A Royal Thai Air Force Northrop F-5A Freedom Fighter takes off for flight, Feb. 16. U.S. Marines attached to Marine Aircraft Group 12, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, III Marine Expeditionary Force, and the Royal Thai Air Force train together to maintain readiness and interoperability in support of peace and security in the region as part of Exercise Cobra Gold 2015. For more information on exercise Cobra Gold, please visit the official Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/ExerciseCobraGold.
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Sanborn takes charge as 1st Marine Aircraft Wing commanding general August 2, 2015 — MARINE CORPS AIR STATION FUTENMA, Japan - Brigadier Gen. Russell A. Sanborn assumed command of 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, III Marine Expeditionary Force from Maj. Gen. Steven R. Rudder at Marine Corps Air Station Futenma, Okinawa, Japan, July 30, 2015.Sanborn commissioned into the Marine Corps in May 1986 after graduating from the University of MORE
U.S. Marines mentor Australian youth through softball July 28, 2015 — WANGURI, Australia – U.S. Marines with 1st Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment and Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 463, Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, participated in a softball clinic for local youth July 23 to 25 at Tracy Village Social and Sports Club, Wanguri, Northern Territory, Australia. “This weekend is a little special for us: this MORE
JTF 505 UH-1Y Hueys depart Nepal May 25, 2015 — KATHMANDU, Nepal - Joint Task Force 505 UH-1Y Hueys deployed in support of Operation Sahayogi Haat in Nepal departed May 22 due to a successful handover of humanitarian aid and disaster relief duties to the government of Nepal and international communities based out of Kathmandu, Nepal.Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 469, currently assigned MORE
Sahayogi Haat (Helping Hand): Nepal Earthquake Relief May 22, 2015 — KATHMANDU, Nepal – The Nepalese government and private organizations have postured for long-term recovery and reconstruction efforts, allowing Joint Task Force 505 to draw down its earthquake relief operations and return home.The U.S. military created Joint Task Force 505 in response to the Nepalese government’s request for U.S. aid on April 29 MORE
JTF 505 MV-22B Ospreys depart Nepal May 21, 2015 — KATHMANDU, Nepal - Joint Task Force 505 MV-22B Ospreys deployed in support of Operation Sahayogi Haat departed Nepal, May 21. The Osprey’s are no longer required as the government of Nepal and the international aid community have increased their capacity to continue the necessary delivery of aid to those in need.Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron MORE

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