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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice African Lion 2014   Mar 1 Avr 2014 - 0:50

D'ailleurs sa ne peut être que la GR , au Maroc ils supervisent les faits et gestes des FAR ...  study

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice African Lion 2014   Mar 1 Avr 2014 - 3:55

GR chemise bleu ciel avec treillis épaulette noire + fourragère rouge. La police militaire c est épaulette verte foncé pour le CQG

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice African Lion 2014   Mar 1 Avr 2014 - 12:33


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Gunnery Sgt. Jaun C. Morales, a Ponce, Puerto Rico native, performs a radio check prior to the start of a live fire range in the Tifnit training are of Morocco March 29 during Exercise African Lion 2014. Exercise African Lion 14 is a multi-lateral and combined-joint exercise between the Kingdom of Morocco and the U.S. that involves approximately 350 U.S. servicemembers, 150 soldiers from the Royal Moroccan Armed Forces, and additional military personnel from European and African partner nations, and is designed to improve each nation's ability to operate collectively while continuing to build mutual understanding of each nation's military tactics, techniques and procedures. African Lion 14 exemplifies the ability of the 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade to integrate with partner-nation militaries and respond to contingencies in the operational reach of U.S. Africa Command under a scalable, expeditionary joint-task force of multiple U.S. service components.

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A Royal Moroccan Armed Forces soldier and U.S. Marine from 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade shoots an M240G machine gun at a multilateral live-fire familiarization range at Tifnit Training Area, Morocco, March 29. Exercise African Lion 14 is a multi-lateral and combined-joint exercise between the Kingdom of Morocco and the U.S. that involves approximately 350 U.S. servicemembers, 150 soldiers from the Royal Moroccan Armed Forces, and additional military personnel from European and African partner nations, and is designed to improve each nation's ability to operate collectively while continuing to build mutual understanding of each nation's military tactics, techniques and procedures. African Lion 14 exemplifies the ability of the 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade to integrate with partner-nation militaries and respond to contingencies in the operational reach of U.S. Africa Command under a scalable, expeditionary joint-task force of multiple U.S. service components.

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Two Moroccan soldiers practice proper tourniquet techniques as an Army Spc. during a combat lifesaving class as a part of African Lion 2014 in the Tifnit training area of Morocco Mar 27, 2014. Exercise African Lion 14 is a multi-lateral and combined-joint exercise between the Kingdom of Morocco and the U.S. that involves approximately 350 U.S. servicemembers, 150 soldiers from the Royal Moroccan Armed Forces, and additional military personnel from European and African partner nations, and is designed to improve each nation's ability to operate collectively while continuing to build mutual understanding of each nation's military tactics, techniques and procedures. African Lion 14 exemplifies the ability of the 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade to integrate with partner-nation militaries and respond to contingencies in the operational reach of U.S. Africa Command under a scalable, expeditionary joint-task force of multiple U.S. service components.

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To ensure radio communications during a multinational live-fire familiarization range, Gunnery Sgt. Jaun C. Morales, a Ponce, Puerto Rico native, sets up a field radio satellite antenna in the Tifnit training area of Morocco March 29. Exercise African Lion 14 is a multi-lateral and combined-joint exercise between the Kingdom of Morocco and the U.S. that involves approximately 350 U.S. servicemembers, 150 soldiers from the Royal Moroccan Armed Forces, and additional military personnel from European and African partner nations, and is designed to improve each nation's ability to operate collectively while continuing to build mutual understanding of each nation's military tactics, techniques and procedures. African Lion 14 exemplifies the ability of the 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade to integrate with partner-nation militaries and respond to contingencies in the operational reach of U.S. Africa Command under a scalable, expeditionary joint-task force of multiple U.S. service components.

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During a live-fire familiarization range of African Lion 14, Petty Officer 2nd Class Ruth M. Pritchett, a hospital corpsman and Lansing, Mich. native, meets her Royal Moroccan and U.S. Air Force counterparts when they are integrated as the range-safety staff. Exercise African Lion 14 is a multi-lateral and combined-joint exercise between the Kingdom of Morocco and the U.S. that involves approximately 350 U.S. servicemembers, 150 soldiers from the Royal Moroccan Armed Forces, and additional military personnel from European and African partner nations, and is designed to improve each nation's ability to operate collectively while continuing to build mutual understanding of each nation's military tactics, techniques and procedures. African Lion 14 exemplifies the ability of the 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade to integrate with partner-nation militaries and respond to contingencies in the operational reach of U.S. Africa Command under a scalable, expeditionary joint-task force of multiple U.S. service components.

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice African Lion 2014   Mar 1 Avr 2014 - 13:01

Tabrisius a raison " Darak al-Malaki "

Voilà FAR SOLDIER



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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice African Lion 2014   Mar 1 Avr 2014 - 13:05

Petite question d'histoire...c'est la premier fois ou l'USMC, USA et USAF sont au AL dans des "joint" exercises avec les FAR ¿n'est pas? normalment on reçoit que les Marines si ma mémoire est bonee...et l'USAF dans Majestic Eagle, US Army c'est jamais présents a ce que je sache...

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Tabrisius a raison " Darak al-Malaki "

Voilà FAR SOLDIER

En fait...c'est moi qui ne savait pas de quélle unité ils était...c'est FAR Soldier qui a donné la réponse   

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice African Lion 2014   Mar 1 Avr 2014 - 13:18

FAR SOLDIER a écrit:
Shocked  Wow t'a des des yeux de lynx a khay Tabrisius j'ai lutter pour voir le "dal mim" . 
Ah donc c'est "Darak lmalaki"  

d’après ce que je vois ou alors je ne comprend plus ou c'est la fatigue je sort du boulot
Désolé FAR SOLDIER !!!

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice African Lion 2014   Mar 1 Avr 2014 - 13:29

Tabrisius a écrit:
Petite question d'histoire...c'est la premier fois ou l'USMC, USA et USAF sont au AL dans des "joint" exercises avec les FAR ¿n'est pas? normalment on reçoit que les Marines si ma mémoire est bonee...et l'USAF dans Majestic Eagle, US Army c'est jamais présents a ce que je sache...
Il y avait toujours les 3 corps d'armée à AL

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice African Lion 2014   Mar 1 Avr 2014 - 13:36

c'est étrange, je pensai qu les exercises etait exclusivement avec les Marines... scratch 

Merci Fremo (pour tout...surtout les updates)
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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice African Lion 2014   Mar 1 Avr 2014 - 14:38

Wink Pas de quoi klan

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice African Lion 2014   Mar 1 Avr 2014 - 16:02

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Moroccans, U.S. engage in stability operations training

TIFNIT, Morocco – The U.S. and coalition forces learned valuable lessons during recent campaigns in Iraq and Afghanistan, specifically regarding the importance of stability operations and their relevance during future contingencies.

Soldiers from the Royal Moroccan Armed Forces and U.S. military personnel participating in Exercise African Lion 14 conducted stability operations training to put those lessons into practice during Exercise African Lion 14, March 27, 2014.

Exercise African Lion 14 is a combined-joint exercise between the Kingdom of Morocco, and the U.S. that involves approximately 150 soldiers of the Royal Moroccan Armed Forces, 350 U.S. servicemembers and additional military personnel from European and African partner nations.

The annually-scheduled exercise is designed to improve each nation's ability to operate collectively and develop a mutual understanding of each nation's military tactics, techniques and procedures. The primary focus of this year’s exercise is the combined-joint staffing process through a command-post exercise designed to prepare participating partner forces for the larger scale multi-lateral training event scheduled for Exercise African Lion 15.

A platoon from the Royal Moroccan Army with U.S. servicemembers from U.S. Marine Corps Forces Europe and Africa, 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade, 25th Marine Regiment, 92nd Military Police Company and a U.S. Air Force security detachment had the opportunity to focus on patrolling, non-lethal engagements and convoy security, during the stability operations portion of the exercise.

“Working with the Moroccans is important because not only does it strengthen our relationships, but it creates an opportunity for both militaries to learn from each other,” said Marine 1st Lt. Aaron Anderson, a military police officer with 2nd MEB. “Even with the language barrier, the Moroccans and Marines have been able to work together and effectively communicate with one another.”

Moroccan and Marine leaders divided the training into three evolutions giving the Moroccans, Marines, sailors, airmen and soldiers the opportunity to work in small groups. This ensured proper application of training procedures and effective dissemination of information.

The first evolution consisted of fire-team formations and hand-and-arm signals, which were followed by immediate-action drills and patrolling. Classes soon turned to quick-reaction practical application scenarios based on the lessons taught.

“The Moroccans simply amazed the Marines,” said Marine 1st Lt. Shane G. Livingstone, a military police platoon commander. “This morning we did a ‘check on learning.’ There’s nothing like being able to watch them pick-up and execute everything they learned the day before with speed and accuracy, even after having received a lot of classes the same day.”

Immediately following application of patrolling skills around the perimeter of the training area, the next class focused on entry and vehicle-control points, which included vehicle and personnel searches, and escalation-of-force procedures.

“This training is essential because it gives the Moroccans another skill to employ when needed,” said Marine Cpl. Alberto Camacho, a non-lethal weapons instructor. “Instead of having few options before use of lethal force, they now have more tools to draw from when attempting to de-escalate situations.”

Instructors noted the techniques practiced during the training evolution would prove useful in other noncombat operations. The participants can also use the training for noncombatant evacuations, humanitarian aid and other situations that require nonlethal force.

The Moroccan soldiers and Marines finished the day’s training with convoy security taught by U.S. Army military police from Sembach, Germany, and U.S. Air Force military police out of Seymour-Johnson Air Force Base in North Carolina. Their training focused on humanitarian relief and disaster stability operations, which covered sectors of fire, danger areas and escorting humanitarian supplies.

“This training was important because they now can apply it and train other countries, but it was also good for us because we’ve learned just as much from the Moroccans,” said Sgt. Keenan M. Kite, with the U.S. Army military police. “We’ve learned more about their culture, tactics and procedures and incorporated that into how we operate as well.”

The stability operations training served as one portion of Exercise African Lion 14. The exercise also includes live-fire training, more in depth nonlethal weapons training, and a multinational observer program before it concludes, April 5.













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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice African Lion 2014   Mar 1 Avr 2014 - 20:02

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice African Lion 2014   Mer 2 Avr 2014 - 11:40

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Combat communicators expeditiously network Exercise African Lion 14

AGADIR, Morocco – Cable-lined paths plugged into modular tents, garnished by satellite dishes are synched with the constant hum of generators; indicators of a fully-capable network of internet, phone and radio access complimented by their classified counterparts. This is the hub that connects the miles-apart components of Exercise African Lion 14, the annually-scheduled, multilateral event in the Kingdom of Morocco executed from March 27- April 5.

A foundation of operating in every clime and place, a major capacity of the Marine Corps’ expeditionary roots, is the integration of the combat communications to provide vital “talk” for commanders to control the battle space.

“Without our communications, this exercise wouldn’t be able to function as it is now,” said 1st Lt. Mark J. Semancik, a Joint Communications Control Center watch officer.

Theater-deployed communicators are composed of Marines from 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade, 8th Communications Battalion, 25th Marine Regiment and airmen from the Air Force 55th Combat Communications Squadron. The exercise will bring more than 150 Royal Moroccan Armed Forces servicemembers together with more than 350 Marines, airmen, soldiers and sailors to engage in partner-capacity building.

“For everyone else this is a training exercise, but for us this is the exact thing we’re going to do if we had a real-life situation,” added Semancik.

Truly operating with the “first-in, last-out” mantra, these assets are first to enter the battle space, able to set up elaborate communications architectures with minor or nonexistent permanent infrastructure.

“We’re one of the first boots on the deck… within another 48 hours, we were able to push all the services out with our own system,” said Semancik. “We bring everything with us, we do it all expeditionary; we can go in the middle of the desert or we can go in the middle of the jungle if needed.”

The Rapid Response Communications Kit gives an added advantage of enabling communications in only an hour’s time.

“Within an hour they can have phones, E-mail and [video teleconferencing] wherever the general wants to be,” said Semancik.

These variants in the communications toolkit can provide versatility when expeditionary forces are deployed to the unknown.

“You get there, you have boots on the deck; you’re talking on the single-channel radio systems you have; within an hour, with the Rapid Response Communications Kit, the general can get [classified networks] and [video teleconferencing]… so right away, he can get into the network and command and control that way instead of using radios,” added the Pittsburg, Penn., native.

A rapidly-established communication capability like this is integral to the 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade capacity to integrate with partner-nation militaries and respond to contingencies if it were to deploy in support of the U.S. Africa Commander with a scalable, joint-task force of U.S. Marine and fellow service components.

“It’s expeditionary and it’s important because it’s what the commander needs to control the battle space,” said Semancik.

As a backbone of the exercise, the Joint Communications Control Center runs on electrical power and has the support of “air power”, as the 55th Combatant Communication Squadron, deployed from Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, supplements operational and tactical level communications capabilities to the Marines.

“We’re up in 48 hours and that’s a requirement for us,” said Senior Master Sgt. Bart P. Sawyer, the communications chief with the 55th CCS.

Capabilities include NIPRNet, the Non-Secure Internet Protocol Router Network that is used to exchange sensitive but unclassified information and provide public internet access, it’s classified counterpart, SIPRNet (Secret Internet Protocol Router Network), voice and video teleconferencing, satellite communications, and single-channel radio communications. The network can support up to 3,000 users.

“That’s the big piece; to have this kind of capability with E-mail, internet, video teleconferencing and voice, that’s the type of things you don’t usually get in 48 hours,” said Sawyer.

The network and communications access is vital for all aspects of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Europe and Africa-led African Lion 14, to include the command-post exercise, an intelligence capacity building workshop, and stability operations, located miles away in Tifnit.

Part of the execution also enables military communicators from different services the opportunity to work together in a joint environment.

“We can understand what we can provide, how we can work together, how we can meet the Marine comm’ and the Air Force comm’ to meet the mission,” said Sawyer. “It’s that piece that if we need to come in for a natural disaster or deploy to another country, it’s a good idea to be able to do that, have the relationships built so you have the trust.”

Exercises like African Lion 14, one of the biggest of its kind on the continent of Africa, plays a vital role in sharing capacity, knowledge and experiences to planning processes and operational tactics for potential real-world events.

“It’s good to work with the Moroccans, establishing joint communications with different countries and showing them what we’re capable of doing,” said Cpl. William A. Medina, a wireman with 8th Communications Bn.

“We’re practicing for what would happen in a real-life situation; having communications up without interruptions, being able to do this anywhere in the world sets us up for a better operation and better proficiency next time,” said Medina.

Providing critical, reliable communications assets during wartime and contingency operations or humanitarian missions might happen in a myriad of austere conditions. Being able to access partner nations during these engagements can not only build proficiency but also familiarity when execution means failure is not a course of action.

“This is very important because when we go into a live environment where it’s more serious than now and we have no system of working together and we have to build proficiency then… That’s hard to do when it’s the first time you’re getting with those other countries,” said Medina. “If you don’t work with them now, later on, you’re stuck.”


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Fly-In Command Element personnel deploy a Hawkeye III Lite satellite system Rapid Response Communications Kit during Exercise African Lion 14 at Tint Royal Moroccan Armed Forces Base, March 29, 2914. Exercise African Lion is an annually scheduled, multi-lateral and combined-joint exercise between the Kingdom of Morocco, the U.S. and other partner nations, designed to strengthen relationships in the region by increasing understanding of each nation's military capabilities.

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Warrant Officer Andrew Adkins, a tactical communications planner and engineer officer with 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade, Communications Detachment Satellite Operations, disassembles a Rapid Response Communications Kit during Exercise African Lion 14 at Tifnit Royal Moroccan Armed Forces Base, March 29, 2014. Exercise African Lion is an annually scheduled, multi-lateral and combined-joint exercise between the Kingdom of Morocco, the U.S. and other partner nations, designed to strengthen relationships in the region by increasing understanding of each nation's military capabilities.


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Lance Cpl. Benjamin C. Foster, 21, a satellite communications technician with 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade and Cincinnati, Ohio, native, conducts a pin test on the AN/TSC-156C Phoenix Satellite System, March 31, 2014. The pin test is a procedure to troubleshoot connection problems in order to ensure continuous communication service. Marines and sailors of 2nd MEB are currently participating in Exercise African Lion 14, which is an annually scheduled, multi-lateral and combined-joint exercise between the Kingdom of Morocco, the U.S. and other partner nations, and is designed to strengthen relationships in the region by increasing understanding of each nation’s military capabilities.

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Cpl. Manpreet Singh, the 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade radio chief and native of New York City, gives a class on programming frequency-hopping networks to Lance Cpl. Bernadette Olave, from Mesa, Ariz., March 31, 2014. The communication Marines continue to train while in a deployed environment to improve their proficiency. Exercise African Lion 14 showcases the 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade’s ability to integrate with partner-nation militaries and respond to crisis or contingency within the U.S. Africa Command operational area under a scalable, expeditionary joint-task force of multiple U.S. service components.

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The 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade employs an operational Capability Set 3, or CAPSET 3, as part of Exercise African Lion 14, March 26 – April 4, 2014. Variations of the CAPSET include modular tents used to house expeditionary operations centers and additional workspace for deployed forces. Exercise African Lion is an annually scheduled, multi-lateral and combined-joint exercise between the Kingdom of Morocco, the U.S. and other partner nations, designed to strengthen relationships in the region by increasing understanding of each nation’s military capabilities.


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A Garmin global positioning system, which is part of a Rapid Response Communications Kit, is set up during Exercise African Lion 14 at Tifnit Royal Moroccan Armed Forces Base, March 29, 2014. Exercise African Lion 14 exemplifies the ability of the 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade to integrate with partner-nation militaries and respond to crisis or contingency in the operational reach of U.S. Africa Command under a scalable, expeditionary joint-task force of multiple U.S. service components.


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U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Brandon R. Ikenberry, 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade, works on the Rapid Response Communications Kit during Exercise African Lion 14 at Tifnit Royal Moroccan Armed Forces Base, Morocco, March 29, 2014. Exercise African Lion 14 showcases the 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade's ability to integrate with partner-nation militaries and respond to crisis or contingency within the U.S. Africa Command operational area under a scalable, expeditionary joint-task force of multiple U.S. service components.


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The AN/TSC-181B Very Small Aperture Terminal-Large satellite system provides supported units with uninterrupted communication services worldwide. This version of the satellite provides more capability than its predecessors because it provides more stable long-range communications support for deployed forces like 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade, which is currently participating in Exercise African Lion 14. Exercise African Lion 14 showcases the 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade’s ability to integrate with partner-nation militaries and respond to crisis or contingency within the U.S. Africa Command operational area under a scalable, expeditionary joint-task force of multiple U.S. service components.

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice African Lion 2014   Jeu 3 Avr 2014 - 11:18

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U.S. Marine Corps Brig. Gen. John. K. Love, 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade commanding general, speaks to a group of multi-national observers at the Royal Atlas Hotel during Exercise African Lion 14, April 1, 2014. Exercise African Lion is an annually scheduled, multi-lateral and combined-joint exercise between the Kingdom of Morocco, the U.S. and other partner nations, designed to strengthen relationships in the region by increasing understanding of each nation's military capabilities.

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U.S. Marine Corps Brig. Gen. John. K. Love, 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade commanding general, speaks to a group of multi-national observers at the Royal Atlas Hotel during Exercise African Lion 14, April 1, 2014. Exercise African Lion is an annually scheduled, multi-lateral and combined-joint exercise between the Kingdom of Morocco, the U.S. and other partner nations, designed to strengthen relationships in the region by increasing understanding of each nation's military capabilities.

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Soldiers with the Royal Moroccan Armed Forces and Marines with the 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade constructed a large terrain model for the command post exercise during Exercise African Lion 14. The terrain model is designed to depict the area where multi-national operations would be notionally conducted during the exercise. Exercise African Lion is an annually scheduled, multi-lateral and combined-joint exercise between the Kingdom of Morocco, the U.S. and other partner nations, designed to strengthen relationships in the region by increasing understanding of each nations military capabilities.

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Corporal Stryker B. Anderson, 22, a fire support Marine with 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade, uses a map of Morocco to help build a terrain model for a command post exercise during Exercise African Lion 14, March 29, 2014. Exercise African Lion is an annually scheduled, multi-lateral and combined-joint exercise between the Kingdom of Morocco, the U.S. and other partner nations, designed to strengthen relationships in the region by increasing understanding of each nations military capabilities.

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Lt. Col. James A. Cooper, the current operations officer with 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade, briefs the participants during the terrain model walk-through of the current operations scenario for Exercise African Lion 14, April 1, 2014. Marines and sailors of 2nd MEB are currently participating in Exercise African Lion 14, which is an annually scheduled, multi-lateral and combined-joint exercise between the Kingdom of Morocco, the U.S. and other partner nations, and is designed to strengthen relationships in the region by increasing understanding of each nations military capabilities.

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Soldiers with the Royal Moroccan Armed Forces apply tape to large tarps to help construct a large terrain model during Exercise African Lion 14, March 29, 2014. Exercise African Lion 14 is a multi-lateral and combined-joint exercise between the Kingdom of Morocco, the U.S. and other partner nations designed to strengthen relationships with participating countries by increasing understanding of each nations military capabilities. The military-to-military portion of the exercise includes: command-post exercises with humanitarian aid and disaster relief themes; stability operations, such as nonlethal weapons training and respond-to-crisis drills; and an intelligence capability building workshop.

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice African Lion 2014   Ven 4 Avr 2014 - 16:42

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Two Marine Corps V-22 Ospreys approach the landing zone in Tifnit, Morocco during a capabilities demonstration for distinguished visitors and participating multinational observers Apr. 4, 2014 during Exercise African Lion 14. Exercise African Lion 14 is a multi-lateral and combined-joint exercise between the Kingdom of Morocco, the U.S. and other partner nations designed to strengthen relationships with participating countries by increasing understanding of each nation's military capabilities. The military-to-military portion of the exercise includes: command-post exercises with humanitarian aid and disaster relief themes; stability operations, such as nonlethal weapons training and respond-to-crisis drills; and an intelligence capability-building workshop.

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Moroccan soldiers, U.S. Marines with 2nd Law Enforcement Battalion, 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade, II Marine Expeditionary Force, along with Air Force and Army Augments advance from a staging area in response to simulated protesters during a capabilities demonstration for distinguished visitors during African Lion 2014 in the Tifnit training area of Morocco Apr. 4, 2014. Exercise African Lion 14 is a multi-lateral and combined-joint exercise between the Kingdom of Morocco, the U.S. and other partner nations designed to strengthen relationships with participating countries by increasing understanding of each nation's military capabilities. The military-to-military portion of the exercise includes: command-post exercises with humanitarian aid and disaster relief themes; stability operations, such as nonlethal weapons training and respond-to-crisis drills; and an intelligence capability-building workshop.

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Moroccan soldiers and U.S. Marines with 2nd Law Enforcement Battalion, 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade, II Marine Expeditionary Force, form a unified shield line in response to simulated protesters during a capabilities demonstration for distinguished visitors during African Lion 2014 in the Tifnit training ara of Morocco Apr. 4, 2014. Exercise African Lion 14 is a multi-lateral and combined-joint exercise between the Kingdom of Morocco, the U.S. and other partner nations designed to strengthen relationships with participating countries by increasing understanding of each nation's military capabilities. The military-to-military portion of the exercise includes: command-post exercises with humanitarian aid and disaster relief themes; stability operations, such as nonlethal weapons training and respond-to-crisis drills; and an intelligence capability-building workshop.

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Moroccan soldiers, U.S. Marines with 2nd Law Enforcement Battalion, 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade, II Marine Expeditionary Force, along with Air Force and Army augments prepare for a suspicious vehicle at a simulated entry control point during a capabilities demonstration for distinguished visitors during African Lion 2014 in the Tifnit training area of Morocco Apr. 4, 2014. Exercise African Lion 14 is a multi-lateral and combined-joint exercise between the Kingdom of Morocco, the U.S. and other partner nations designed to strengthen relationships with participating countries by increasing understanding of each nation's military capabilities. The military-to-military portion of the exercise includes: command-post exercises with humanitarian aid and disaster relief themes; stability operations, such as nonlethal weapons training and respond-to-crisis drills; and an intelligence capability-building workshop.

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice African Lion 2014   Ven 4 Avr 2014 - 21:23


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Moroccan soldiers and U.S. Marines with 2nd Law Enforcement Battalion, 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade, II Marine Expeditionary Force, form a unified shield line in response to simulated protesters during a capabilities demonstration for distinguished visitors during African Lion 2014 in the Tifnit training area of Morocco Apr. 4, 2014. Exercise African Lion 14 is a multi-lateral and combined-joint exercise between the Kingdom of Morocco, the U.S. and other partner nations designed to strengthen relationships with participating countries by increasing understanding of each nation's military capabilities. The military-to-military portion of the exercise includes: command-post exercises with humanitarian aid and disaster relief themes; stability operations, such as nonlethal weapons training and respond-to-crisis drills; and an intelligence capability-building workshop.

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Moroccan soldiers, U.S. Marines with 2nd Law Enforcement Battalion, 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade, II Marine Expeditionary Force, along with Air Force and Army Augments form a unified shield line in response to simulated protesters during a capabilities demonstration for distinguished visitors during African Lion 2014 in the Tifnit training area of Morocco Apr. 4, 2014. Exercise African Lion 14 is a multi-lateral and combined-joint exercise between the Kingdom of Morocco, the U.S. and other partner nations designed to strengthen relationships with participating countries by increasing understanding of each nation's military capabilities. The military-to-military portion of the exercise includes: command-post exercises with humanitarian aid and disaster relief themes; stability operations, such as nonlethal weapons training and respond-to-crisis drills; and an intelligence capability-building workshop.

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Brig. Gen. James S. O'Meara, Deputy Commander of U.S. Marine Forces Europe and Africa, shakes the hand of participating Army soldiers from Baumholder, Germany, after the completion of a capabilities demonstration for distinguished visitors during African Lion 2014. Exercise African Lion 14 is a multi-lateral and combined-joint exercise between the Kingdom of Morocco, the U.S. and other partner nations designed to strengthen relationships with participating countries by increasing understanding of each nation's military capabilities. The military-to-military portion of the exercise includes: command-post exercises with humanitarian aid and disaster relief themes; stability operations, such as nonlethal weapons training and respond-to-crisis drills; and an intelligence capability-building workshop.

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Two Marines with Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force Crisis Response secure the perimeter of the landing zone during a capabilities demonstration for African Lion 2014 in the Tifnit training area of Morocco Apr. 4, 2014. Exercise African Lion 14 is a multi-lateral and combined-joint exercise between the Kingdom of Morocco, the U.S. and other partner nations designed to strengthen relationships with participating countries by increasing understanding of each nation's military capabilities. The military-to-military portion of the exercise includes: command-post exercises with humanitarian aid and disaster relief themes; stability operations, such as nonlethal weapons training and respond-to-crisis drills; and an intelligence capability-building workshop.

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A V-22 Osprey approaches the landing zone while a Moroccan observer captures the moment on his camera in Tifnit, Morocco, during a capabilities demonstration for distinguished visitors and participating multinational observers Apr. 4, 2014 during Exercise African Lion 14. Exercise African Lion 14 is a multi-lateral and combined-joint exercise between the Kingdom of Morocco, the U.S. and other partner nations designed to strengthen relationships with participating countries by increasing understanding of each nation's military capabilities. The military-to-military portion of the exercise includes: command-post exercises with humanitarian aid and disaster relief themes; stability operations, such as nonlethal weapons training and respond-to-crisis drills; and an intelligence capability-building workshop.

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Moroccan soldiers, U.S. Marines with 2nd Law Enforcement Battalion, 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade, II Marine Expeditionary Force, along with Air Force and Army Augments form a unified shield line in response to simulated protesters during a capabilities demonstration for distinguished visitors during African Lion 2014 in the Tifnit training ara of Morocco Apr. 4, 2014. Exercise African Lion 14 is a multi-lateral and combined-joint exercise between the Kingdom of Morocco, the U.S. and other partner nations designed to strengthen relationships with participating countries by increasing understanding of each nation's military capabilities. The military-to-military portion of the exercise includes: command-post exercises with humanitarian aid and disaster relief themes; stability operations, such as nonlethal weapons training and respond-to-crisis drills; and an intelligence capability-building workshop.

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Two Marine Corps V-22 Ospreys from Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force Crisis Response approach the landing zone in Tifnit, Morocco, during a capabilities demonstration for distinguished visitors and participating multinational observers Apr. 4, 2014 during Exercise African Lion 14. Exercise African Lion 14 is a multi-lateral and combined-joint exercise between the Kingdom of Morocco, the U.S. and other partner nations designed to strengthen relationships with participating countries by increasing understanding of each nation's military capabilities. The military-to-military portion of the exercise includes: command-post exercises with humanitarian aid and disaster relief themes; stability operations, such as nonlethal weapons training and respond-to-crisis drills; and an intelligence capability-building workshop.

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice African Lion 2014   Ven 4 Avr 2014 - 21:55

Cool les V-22, ca se passe bien cette 1ere partie de l'exercice en attendant magestic eagle et la 2eme phase avec du lourd hélicos chars et artillerie

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice African Lion 2014   Ven 4 Avr 2014 - 22:02

rmaf a écrit:
Cool les V-22, ca se passe bien cette 1ere partie de l'exercice en attendant magestic eagle et la 2eme phase avec du lourd hélicos chars et artillerie

J'en aurai vu 6/9 chez nous, pour les assauts lourds.....mais bon...cher.....
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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice African Lion 2014   Ven 4 Avr 2014 - 22:10

cher et compliqué

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice African Lion 2014   Sam 5 Avr 2014 - 14:53

s´ils les demandent ca sera pour 2 VIP  Laughing lahoma blach
rmaf pas de tanks cette année

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice African Lion 2014   Sam 5 Avr 2014 - 15:33

 Embarassed f Razz 
Yakuza a écrit:
s´ils les demandent ca sera pour 2 VIP  Laughing lahoma blach
rmaf pas de tanks cette année

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice African Lion 2014   Sam 5 Avr 2014 - 18:24

70 millions la pièce le v-22 soit a peu près le prix d'un f-15

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