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Photo Set – Marines At Sea

A Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) is a scalable, multi-purpose force of more than 2,200 Marines and sailors. The MEU consists of a Ground Combat Element, Aviation Combat Element, Logistics Combat Element, and a Command Element.

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  • Anonymous

    Brings back a lot of memory’s from the USS Fort Fisher in the late eightys and early 90′s. Lots of work and lots of good times….

  • Angelique Sims

    Very nice pictures of the Marines. SEMPER FI! :)

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