Motivated Motor Transportation Conduct a Weather Convoy at Northern Viper 2020

A Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) from 4th Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division, parks after a cold weather convoy during exercise Northern Viper on Hokudaien Training Area, Hokkaido, Japan, Jan. 25, 2020. Northern Viper is a regularly scheduled training exercise that is designed to enhance the collective defense capabilities of the U.S. and Japan Alliance by exposing members of both forces to intense training in an austere environment, allowing them to perfect their skills in any clime and place. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo By Cpl. Cameron E. Parks)
A Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) from 4th Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division, parks after a cold weather convoy during exercise Northern Viper on Hokudaien Training Area, Hokkaido, Japan, Jan. 25, 2020. Northern Viper is a regularly scheduled training exercise that is designed to enhance the collective defense capabilities of the U.S. and Japan Alliance by exposing members of both forces to intense training in an austere environment, allowing them to perfect their skills in any clime and place. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo By Cpl. Cameron E. Parks)

Vehicles from 4th Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division, prepare to drive off for a cold weather convoy during exercise Northern Viper on Hokudaien Training Area, Hokkaido, Japan, Jan. 25, 2020. Northern Viper is a regularly scheduled training exercise that is designed to enhance the collective defense capabilities of the U.S. and Japan Alliance by exposing members of both forces to intense training in an austere environment, allowing them to perfect their skills in any clime and place. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo By Cpl. Cameron E. Parks)
Vehicles from 4th Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division, prepare to drive off for a cold weather convoy during exercise Northern Viper on Hokudaien Training Area, Hokkaido, Japan, Jan. 25, 2020. Northern Viper is a regularly scheduled training exercise that is designed to enhance the collective defense capabilities of the U.S. and Japan Alliance by exposing members of both forces to intense training in an austere environment, allowing them to perfect their skills in any clime and place. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo By Cpl. Cameron E. Parks)

“Jessica”, a 7-ton Truck from 4th Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division, turns around during a cold weather convoy at exercise Northern Viper on Hokudaien Training Area, Hokkaido, Japan, Jan. 25, 2020. Northern Viper is a regularly scheduled training exercise that is designed to enhance the collective defense capabilities of the U.S. and Japan Alliance by exposing members of both forces to intense training in an austere environment, allowing them to perfect their skills in any clime and place. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo By Cpl. Cameron E. Parks)

“Jessica”, a 7-ton Truck from 4th Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division, turns around during a cold weather convoy at exercise Northern Viper on Hokudaien Training Area, Hokkaido, Japan, Jan. 25, 2020. Northern Viper is a regularly scheduled training exercise that is designed to enhance the collective defense capabilities of the U.S. and Japan Alliance by exposing members of both forces to intense training in an austere environment, allowing them to perfect their skills in any clime and place. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo By Cpl. Cameron E. Parks)

A Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) from 4th Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division, parks at the conclusion of a cold weather convoy during exercise Northern Viper on Hokudaien Training Area, Hokkaido, Japan, Jan. 25, 2020. Northern Viper is a regularly scheduled training exercise that is designed to enhance the collective defense capabilities of the U.S. and Japan Alliance by exposing members of both forces to intense training in an austere environment, allowing them to perfect their skills in any clime and place. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo By Cpl. Cameron E. Parks)

A Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) from 4th Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division, turns around on a cold weather convoy during exercise Northern Viper on Hokudaien Training Area, Hokkaido, Japan, Jan. 25, 2020. Northern Viper is a regularly scheduled training exercise that is designed to enhance the collective defense capabilities of the U.S. and Japan Alliance by exposing members of both forces to intense training in an austere environment, allowing them to perfect their skills in any clime and place. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo By Cpl. Cameron E. Parks)

A Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) from 4th Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division, parks after a cold weather convoy during exercise Northern Viper on Hokudaien Training Area, Hokkaido, Japan, Jan. 25, 2020. Northern Viper is a regularly scheduled training exercise that is designed to enhance the collective defense capabilities of the U.S. and Japan Alliance by exposing members of both forces to intense training in an austere environment, allowing them to perfect their skills in any clime and place. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo By Cpl. Cameron E. Parks)

Joint Light Tactical Vehicles (JLTV) from 4th Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division, park after a cold weather convoy during exercise Northern Viper on Hokudaien Training Area, Hokkaido, Japan, Jan. 25, 2020. Northern Viper is a regularly scheduled training exercise that is designed to enhance the collective defense capabilities of the U.S. and Japan Alliance by exposing members of both forces to intense training in an austere environment, allowing them to perfect their skills in any clime and place. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo By Cpl. Cameron E. Parks)

U.S. Marines from 4th Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division, conduct a cold weather convoy during exercise Northern Viper on Hokudaien Training Area, Hokkaido, Japan, Jan. 25, 2020. Northern Viper is a regularly scheduled training exercise that is designed to enhance the collective defense capabilities of the U.S. and Japan Alliance by exposing members of both forces to intense training in an austere environment, allowing them to perfect their skills in any clime and place. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo By Cpl. Cameron E. Parks)

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