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Officers and CPOs of CB Unit Man M-240B MG and M-16 by AN HONORABLE GERMAN on Flickr.
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Surveying with Army Engineer by US Navy on Flickr.Via Flickr:
DEH DADI II, Afghanistan (Sept. 24, 2010) U.S. Army Brig. Gen. Lester Simpson, commanding general of the 176th Engineer Brigade, speaks with Seabees of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 40. Simpson conducted a site visit to Camp Deh Dadi II, Afghanistan, to view project progress made by NMCB-40. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Michael B. Watkins/Released)
34 notesREBLOG warningtotheprophet:

Like a BOSS.
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27 notesREBLOG navymaiden:

WWI Navy Poster for Recruitment
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A Sailor renders honors during a burial at sea ceremony.
PACIFIC OCEAN (July 2, 2012) Gunner’s Mate 2nd Class Nate Anderson renders honors during a burial at sea ceremony on elevator four aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74). John C. Stennis is participating in fleet replacement squadron carrier qualifications while transiting to San Diego. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Kenneth Abbate/Released)
14 notesREBLOG dogtagsandcombatboots:

U.S. Sailors assigned to Maritime Civil Affairs and Security Training Command (MCAST) pull a simulated casualty to cover during a Navy Expeditionary Combat Command integrated exercise in San Diego, California.
My apologies…

For not being very active for the last few weeks— I was away on MCB Camp Pendleton as the BATCOM for Sea Cadet RTC. I also just moved out of my mom’s house and to a town about an hour south from where I was living, so I’ve been trying to get situated and back into the swing of things.

As of 15JUL12, I’ll be away for another Sea Cadet evolution; this time it will be for Seabee training at the base that I live right next to. It’s not too far away from home, but I won’t have internet access which means no posts for another two weeks…

I hope to have a queue set up this time around so that the blog won’t be completely dead.


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Pistols at dawn, brass policing at noon.

U.S. Marines participate in live-fire training aboard USS New Orleans under way in the Pacific Ocean. The Marines are assigned to the 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit’s maritime raid force.
(Photographer unknown, 8 June 2012 via Defense News Media.)