U.S. Marine Corps and Indonesian Korps Marinir Joint Training Exercise

Marines with the Indonesian Korps Marinir and U.S. Marines with 1st Force Reconnaissance Company, I Marine Expeditionary Force conduct integrated training aboard Combat Rubber Raiding Crafts, June 11, 2021. The training was part of a joint exercise which enables us to improve interoperability, strengthen our security relationships and refine the collective skillsets of both militaries. (Courtesy Photo from the Indonesian Korps Marinir)
Marines with the Indonesian Korps Marinir and U.S. Marines with 1st Force Reconnaissance Company, I Marine Expeditionary Force conduct integrated training aboard Combat Rubber Raiding Crafts, June 11, 2021. The training was part of a joint exercise which enables us to improve interoperability, strengthen our security relationships and refine the collective skillsets of both militaries. (Courtesy Photo from the Indonesian Korps Marinir)

Marines with the Indonesian Korps Marinir and U.S. Marines with 1st Force Reconnaissance Company, I Marine Expeditionary Force conduct integrated training aboard Combat Rubber Raiding Crafts, June 11, 2021. The training was part of a joint exercise which enables us to improve interoperability, strengthen our security relationships and refine the collective skillsets of both militaries. (Courtesy Photo from the Indonesian Korps Marinir)

U.S. Marines with 1st Force Reconnaissance Company, I Marine Expeditionary Force participate in a opening ceremony prior to conducting a training exercise alongside Marines with the Indonesian Korps Marinir, June 3, 2021. The ceremony is a part of a joint training exercise which enables us to improve interoperability, strengthen our security relationships and refine the collective skillsets of both militaries. (Courtesy Photo from the Indonesian Korps Marinir)
U.S. Marines with 1st Force Reconnaissance Company, I Marine Expeditionary Force participate in a opening ceremony prior to conducting a training exercise alongside Marines with the Indonesian Korps Marinir, June 3, 2021. The ceremony is a part of a joint training exercise which enables us to improve interoperability, strengthen our security relationships and refine the collective skillsets of both militaries. (Courtesy Photo from the Indonesian Korps Marinir)

A U.S. Marine with 1st Force Reconnaissance Company, I Marine Expeditionary Force observes effects during a live fire range conducted with Indonesian Korps Marinir, June 7, 2021. The training was a part of a joint exercise which enables us to improve interoperability, strengthen our security relationships and refine the collective skillsets of both militaries. (Courtesy Photo from the Indonesian Korps Marinir)
A U.S. Marine with 1st Force Reconnaissance Company, I Marine Expeditionary Force conducts medical training alongside Indonesian Korps Marinir, June 8, 2021. The training is a part of a joint exercise which enables us to improve interoperability, strengthen our security relationships and refine the collective skillsets of both militaries. (Courtesy Photo from the Indonesian Korps Marinir)

A U.S. Marine with 1st Force Reconnaissance Company, I Marine Expeditionary Force observes effects during a live fire range conducted with Indonesian Korps Marinir, June 7, 2021. The training was a part of a joint exercise which enables us to improve interoperability, strengthen our security relationships and refine the collective skillsets of both militaries. (Courtesy Photo from the Indonesian Korps Marinir)
A U.S. Marine with 1st Force Reconnaissance Company, I Marine Expeditionary Force observes effects during a live fire range conducted with Indonesian Korps Marinir, June 7, 2021. The training was a part of a joint exercise which enables us to improve interoperability, strengthen our security relationships and refine the collective skillsets of both militaries. (Courtesy Photo from the Indonesian Korps Marinir)

Marines with the Indonesian Korps Marinir and U.S. Marines with 1st Force Reconnaissance Company, I Marine Expeditionary Force conduct integrated training aboard Combat Rubber Raiding Crafts, June 11, 2021. The training was part of a joint exercise which enables us to improve interoperability, strengthen our security relationships and refine the collective skillsets of both militaries. (Courtesy Photo from the Indonesian Korps Marinir)
Marines with the Indonesian Korps Marinir and a U.S. Marine with 1st Force Reconnaissance Company, I Marine Expeditionary Force participate in the opening ceremony prior to conducting a training exercise, June 3,2021. The ceremony is a part of a joint training exercise which enables us to improve interoperability, strengthen our security relationships and refine the collective skillsets of both militaries. (Courtesy Photo from the Indonesian Korps Marinir)

Marines with the Indonesian Korps Marinir and U.S. Marines with 1st Force Reconnaissance Company, I Marine Expeditionary Force conduct integrated training aboard Combat Rubber Raiding Crafts, June 11, 2021. The training was part of a joint exercise which enables us to improve interoperability, strengthen our security relationships and refine the collective skillsets of both militaries. (Courtesy Photo from the Indonesian Korps Marinir)
Marines with the Indonesian Korps Marinir and U.S. Marines with 1st Force Reconnaissance Company, I Marine Expeditionary Force conduct integrated training aboard Combat Rubber Raiding Crafts, June 11, 2021. The training was part of a joint exercise which enables us to improve interoperability, strengthen our security relationships and refine the collective skillsets of both militaries. (Courtesy Photo from the Indonesian Korps Marinir)

U.S. Marine with 1st Force Reconnaissance Company, I Marine Expeditionary Force participates in live fire training alongside Marines with Indonesian Korps Marinir, June 9, 2021. This training was a part of a joint exercise which enables us to improve interoperability, strengthen our security relationships and refine the collective skillsets of both militaries. (Courtesy Photo from the Indonesian Korps Marinir)
U.S. Marine with 1st Force Reconnaissance Company, I Marine Expeditionary Force participates in live fire training alongside Marines with Indonesian Korps Marinir, June 9, 2021. This training was a part of a joint exercise which enables us to improve interoperability, strengthen our security relationships and refine the collective skillsets of both militaries. (Courtesy Photo from the Indonesian Korps Marinir)

A U.S. Marine with 1st Force Reconnaissance Company, I Marine Expeditionary Force conduct integrated training alongside Marines with the Indonesian Korps Marinir, June 13, 2021. The training was a part of a joint exercise which enables us to improve interoperability, strengthen our security relationships and refine the collective skillsets of both militaries. (Courtesy Photo from the Indonesian Korps Marinir)
A U.S. Marine with 1st Force Reconnaissance Company, I Marine Expeditionary Force conduct integrated training alongside Marines with the Indonesian Korps Marinir, June 13, 2021. The training was a part of a joint exercise which enables us to improve interoperability, strengthen our security relationships and refine the collective skillsets of both militaries. (Courtesy Photo from the Indonesian Korps Marinir)

A U.S. Marine with 1st Force Reconnaissance Company, I Marine Expeditionary Force conducts a patrol during a training event alongside Marines with the Indonesian Korps Marinir, June 3, 2021. This training was a part of a joint exercise which enables us to improve interoperability, strengthen our security relationships and refine the collective skillsets of both militaries. (Courtesy Photo from the Indonesian Korps Marinir)
A U.S. Marine with 1st Force Reconnaissance Company, I Marine Expeditionary Force conducts a patrol during a training event alongside Marines with the Indonesian Korps Marinir, June 3, 2021. This training was a part of a joint exercise which enables us to improve interoperability, strengthen our security relationships and refine the collective skillsets of both militaries. (Courtesy Photo from the Indonesian Korps Marinir)

U.S. Marines with 1st Force Reconnaissance Company, I Marine Expeditionary Force, conduct jungle survival training led by a Marine with the Indonesian Korps Marinir June 13, 2021. This training was a part of a joint exercise which enables us to improve interoperability, strengthen our security relationships and refine the collective skillsets of both militaries. (Courtesy Photo from the Indonesian Korps Marinir)
U.S. Marines with 1st Force Reconnaissance Company, I Marine Expeditionary Force, conduct jungle survival training led by a Marine with the Indonesian Korps Marinir June 13, 2021. This training was a part of a joint exercise which enables us to improve interoperability, strengthen our security relationships and refine the collective skillsets of both militaries. (Courtesy Photo from the Indonesian Korps Marinir)

U.S. Marines with 1st Force Reconnaissance Company, I Marine Expeditionary Force, conduct jungle survival training led by a Marine with the Indonesian Korps Marinir June 13, 2021. This training was a part of a joint exercise which enables us to improve interoperability, strengthen our security relationships and refine the collective skillsets of both militaries. (Courtesy Photo from the Indonesian Korps Marinir)
U.S. Marines with 1st Force Reconnaissance Company, I Marine Expeditionary Force conduct integrated training alongside a Marine with the Indonesian Korps Marinir, June 15, 2021. This training was a part of a joint exercise which enables us to improve interoperability, strengthen our security relationships and refine the collective skillsets of both militaries. (Courtesy Photo from the Indonesian Korps Marinir)

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