U.S. Marines with 3rd Battalion 4th Marines attached to Task Force Koa Moana 17, gather around New Zealand Army Sgt. Maj. Paul Buckley as he explains the glock 17 weapon system during Exercise TAFAKULA, on Tongatapu Island, Tonga, July 21, 2017. Exercise TAFAKULA is designed to strengthen the military-to-military, and community relations between Tonga’s His Majesty’s Armed Forces, French Army of New Caledonia, New Zealand Defense Force, and the United States Armed Forces.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by MCIPAC Combat Camera Lance Cpl. Juan C. Bustos)
RMMT6M3XU.S. Marines with 3rd Battalion 4th Marines attached to Task Force Koa Moana 17, gather around New Zealand Army Sgt. Maj. Paul Buckley as he explains the glock 17 weapon system during Exercise TAFAKULA, on Tongatapu Island, Tonga, July 21, 2017. Exercise TAFAKULA is designed to strengthen the military-to-military, and community relations between Tonga’s His Majesty’s Armed Forces, French Army of New Caledonia, New Zealand Defense Force, and the United States Armed Forces. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by MCIPAC Combat Camera Lance Cpl. Juan C. Bustos)
HOHENFELS, Germany, Sept. 17, 2008 - Command Sgt. Maj. Alan D. Bjerke, command sergeant major of the 3rd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division, speaks to Canadian Soldiers during practice for a live fire event Wednesday during Cooperative Spirit 2008 at the Joint Multinational Readiness Center near Hohenfels, Germany. Cooperative Spirit 2008 is a multinational Combat Training Center rotation intended to test interoperability among the American, British, Canadian, Australian and New Zealand armies ABCA.
RMEJRKYAHOHENFELS, Germany, Sept. 17, 2008 - Command Sgt. Maj. Alan D. Bjerke, command sergeant major of the 3rd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division, speaks to Canadian Soldiers during practice for a live fire event Wednesday during Cooperative Spirit 2008 at the Joint Multinational Readiness Center near Hohenfels, Germany. Cooperative Spirit 2008 is a multinational Combat Training Center rotation intended to test interoperability among the American, British, Canadian, Australian and New Zealand armies ABCA.
U.S. Marines with 3rd Battalion 4th Marines attached to Task Force Koa Moana 17, gather around New Zealand Army Sgt. Maj. Paul Buckley as he explains the glock 17 weapon system during Exercise TAFAKULA, on Tongatapu Island, Tonga, July 21, 2017. Exercise TAFAKULA is designed to strengthen the military-to-military, and community relations between Tonga’s His Majesty’s Armed Forces, French Army of New Caledonia, New Zealand Defense Force, and the United States Armed Forces.
RMPTFC6CU.S. Marines with 3rd Battalion 4th Marines attached to Task Force Koa Moana 17, gather around New Zealand Army Sgt. Maj. Paul Buckley as he explains the glock 17 weapon system during Exercise TAFAKULA, on Tongatapu Island, Tonga, July 21, 2017. Exercise TAFAKULA is designed to strengthen the military-to-military, and community relations between Tonga’s His Majesty’s Armed Forces, French Army of New Caledonia, New Zealand Defense Force, and the United States Armed Forces.
New Zealand Army Sgt. Maj. Paul Buckley, company sergeant major for delta company, shows U.S. Marines with 3rd Battalion 4th Marines attached to Task Force Koa Moana 17, how to use the glock 17 weapon system during Exercise TAFAKULA, on Tongatapu Island, Tonga, July 21, 2017. Exercise TAFAKULA is designed to strengthen the military-to-military, and community relations between Tonga’s His Majesty’s Armed Forces, French Army of New Caledonia, New Zealand Defense Force, and the United States Armed Forces.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by MCIPAC Combat Camera Lance Cpl. Juan C. Bustos)
RMMT6M41New Zealand Army Sgt. Maj. Paul Buckley, company sergeant major for delta company, shows U.S. Marines with 3rd Battalion 4th Marines attached to Task Force Koa Moana 17, how to use the glock 17 weapon system during Exercise TAFAKULA, on Tongatapu Island, Tonga, July 21, 2017. Exercise TAFAKULA is designed to strengthen the military-to-military, and community relations between Tonga’s His Majesty’s Armed Forces, French Army of New Caledonia, New Zealand Defense Force, and the United States Armed Forces. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by MCIPAC Combat Camera Lance Cpl. Juan C. Bustos)
New Zealand Army Sgt. Maj. Paul Buckley, company sergeant major for delta company, shows U.S. Marines with 3rd Battalion 4th Marines attached to Task Force Koa Moana 17, a series of shooting drills during Exercise TAFAKULA, on Tongatapu Island, Tonga, July 21, 2017. Exercise TAFAKULA is designed to strengthen the military-to-military, and community relations between Tonga’s His Majesty’s Armed Forces, French Army of New Caledonia, New Zealand Defense Force, and the United States Armed Forces.
RMPTFC6GNew Zealand Army Sgt. Maj. Paul Buckley, company sergeant major for delta company, shows U.S. Marines with 3rd Battalion 4th Marines attached to Task Force Koa Moana 17, a series of shooting drills during Exercise TAFAKULA, on Tongatapu Island, Tonga, July 21, 2017. Exercise TAFAKULA is designed to strengthen the military-to-military, and community relations between Tonga’s His Majesty’s Armed Forces, French Army of New Caledonia, New Zealand Defense Force, and the United States Armed Forces.
New Zealand Army Sgt. Maj. Paul Buckley, company sergeant major for delta company, shows U.S. Marines with 3rd Battalion 4th Marines attached to Task Force Koa Moana 17, how to properly hold the glock 17 during Exercise TAFAKULA, on Tongatapu Island, Tonga, July 21, 2017. Exercise TAFAKULA is designed to strengthen the military-to-military, and community relations between Tonga’s His Majesty’s Armed Forces, French Army of New Caledonia, New Zealand Defense Force, and the United States Armed Forces.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by MCIPAC Combat Camera Lance Cpl. Juan C. Bustos)
RMMT6M44New Zealand Army Sgt. Maj. Paul Buckley, company sergeant major for delta company, shows U.S. Marines with 3rd Battalion 4th Marines attached to Task Force Koa Moana 17, how to properly hold the glock 17 during Exercise TAFAKULA, on Tongatapu Island, Tonga, July 21, 2017. Exercise TAFAKULA is designed to strengthen the military-to-military, and community relations between Tonga’s His Majesty’s Armed Forces, French Army of New Caledonia, New Zealand Defense Force, and the United States Armed Forces. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by MCIPAC Combat Camera Lance Cpl. Juan C. Bustos)
New Zealand Army Sgt. Maj. Paul Buckley, company sergeant major for delta company, shows U.S. Marines with 3rd Battalion 4th Marines attached to Task Force Koa Moana 17, how to use the glock 17 weapon system during Exercise TAFAKULA, on Tongatapu Island, Tonga, July 21, 2017. Exercise TAFAKULA is designed to strengthen the military-to-military, and community relations between Tonga’s His Majesty’s Armed Forces, French Army of New Caledonia, New Zealand Defense Force, and the United States Armed Forces.
RMPTFC6ENew Zealand Army Sgt. Maj. Paul Buckley, company sergeant major for delta company, shows U.S. Marines with 3rd Battalion 4th Marines attached to Task Force Koa Moana 17, how to use the glock 17 weapon system during Exercise TAFAKULA, on Tongatapu Island, Tonga, July 21, 2017. Exercise TAFAKULA is designed to strengthen the military-to-military, and community relations between Tonga’s His Majesty’s Armed Forces, French Army of New Caledonia, New Zealand Defense Force, and the United States Armed Forces.
New Zealand Army Sgt. Maj. Paul Buckley, company sergeant major for delta company, shows U.S. Marines with 3rd Battalion 4th Marines attached to Task Force Koa Moana 17, how to properly hold the glock 17 during Exercise TAFAKULA, on Tongatapu Island, Tonga, July 21, 2017. Exercise TAFAKULA is designed to strengthen the military-to-military, and community relations between Tonga’s His Majesty’s Armed Forces, French Army of New Caledonia, New Zealand Defense Force, and the United States Armed Forces.
RMPTFC6HNew Zealand Army Sgt. Maj. Paul Buckley, company sergeant major for delta company, shows U.S. Marines with 3rd Battalion 4th Marines attached to Task Force Koa Moana 17, how to properly hold the glock 17 during Exercise TAFAKULA, on Tongatapu Island, Tonga, July 21, 2017. Exercise TAFAKULA is designed to strengthen the military-to-military, and community relations between Tonga’s His Majesty’s Armed Forces, French Army of New Caledonia, New Zealand Defense Force, and the United States Armed Forces.
New Zealand Army Sgt. Maj. Paul Buckley, company sergeant major for delta company, explains to U.S. Marines with 3rd Battalion 4th Marines attached to Task Force Koa Moana 17, weapon safety rules prior to participating on a live fire range during Exercise TAFAKULA, on Tongatapu Island, Tonga, July 21, 2017. Exercise TAFAKULA is designed to strengthen the military-to-military, and community relations between Tonga’s His Majesty’s Armed Forces, French Army of New Caledonia, New Zealand Defense Force, and the United States Armed Forces.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by MCIPAC Combat Camera Lance Cpl.
RMMT6M3WNew Zealand Army Sgt. Maj. Paul Buckley, company sergeant major for delta company, explains to U.S. Marines with 3rd Battalion 4th Marines attached to Task Force Koa Moana 17, weapon safety rules prior to participating on a live fire range during Exercise TAFAKULA, on Tongatapu Island, Tonga, July 21, 2017. Exercise TAFAKULA is designed to strengthen the military-to-military, and community relations between Tonga’s His Majesty’s Armed Forces, French Army of New Caledonia, New Zealand Defense Force, and the United States Armed Forces. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by MCIPAC Combat Camera Lance Cpl.
Canadian Maj. Gen. Denis Thompson, Multinational Force and Observers Force Commander, and his senior enlisted adviser, U.S. Command Sgt. Maj. Alexis Shelton of Task Force Sinai deliver a wreath to a display in honor of the 100th anniversary ceremony of ANZAC Day. In the somber dawn service, members of the Task Force Sinai and the MFO came together with their Australian and New Zealand counterparts to pay tribute to the more than 10,000 Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) service members who lost their lives in war in 1915. The Remembrance Ceremony marked the 100th Anniversary to the
RMHEPBM3Canadian Maj. Gen. Denis Thompson, Multinational Force and Observers Force Commander, and his senior enlisted adviser, U.S. Command Sgt. Maj. Alexis Shelton of Task Force Sinai deliver a wreath to a display in honor of the 100th anniversary ceremony of ANZAC Day. In the somber dawn service, members of the Task Force Sinai and the MFO came together with their Australian and New Zealand counterparts to pay tribute to the more than 10,000 Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) service members who lost their lives in war in 1915. The Remembrance Ceremony marked the 100th Anniversary to the
New Zealand Army Sgt. Maj. Paul Buckley, company sergeant major for delta company, explains to U.S. Marines with 3rd Battalion 4th Marines attached to Task Force Koa Moana 17, weapon safety rules prior to participating on a live fire range during Exercise TAFAKULA, on Tongatapu Island, Tonga, July 21, 2017. Exercise TAFAKULA is designed to strengthen the military-to-military, and community relations between Tonga’s His Majesty’s Armed Forces, French Army of New Caledonia, New Zealand Defense Force, and the United States Armed Forces.
RMPTFC6BNew Zealand Army Sgt. Maj. Paul Buckley, company sergeant major for delta company, explains to U.S. Marines with 3rd Battalion 4th Marines attached to Task Force Koa Moana 17, weapon safety rules prior to participating on a live fire range during Exercise TAFAKULA, on Tongatapu Island, Tonga, July 21, 2017. Exercise TAFAKULA is designed to strengthen the military-to-military, and community relations between Tonga’s His Majesty’s Armed Forces, French Army of New Caledonia, New Zealand Defense Force, and the United States Armed Forces.
Maj. Gen. Richard L. Simcock II, 3rd Marine Division Commanding General, and Sgt. Maj. Vincent C. Santiago, 3rd Marine Division Sergeant Major, stand with Australians to honor fallen during the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps Day Dawn Service in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia, April 25, 2016. ANZAC Day commemorates the anniversary of the landing of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps on the shores of Gallipoli during World War I and has become a holiday in Australia and New Zealand to honor veterans. Marines with Marine Rotational Force – Darwin honored the holiday by marchi
RMHF3Y34Maj. Gen. Richard L. Simcock II, 3rd Marine Division Commanding General, and Sgt. Maj. Vincent C. Santiago, 3rd Marine Division Sergeant Major, stand with Australians to honor fallen during the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps Day Dawn Service in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia, April 25, 2016. ANZAC Day commemorates the anniversary of the landing of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps on the shores of Gallipoli during World War I and has become a holiday in Australia and New Zealand to honor veterans. Marines with Marine Rotational Force – Darwin honored the holiday by marchi