U.S. Marines, along with several partner nations, conduct a casualty evacuation drill during exercise Platinum Lion at the Novo Selo Training Area, December 14, 2016. The exercise will bring together eight NATO Allies and partner nations for a live-fire exercise aimed to strengthen security and regional defenses in Eastern Europe. Black Sea Rotational Force is an annual multilateral security cooperation activity between the U.S. Marine Corps and partner nations in the Black Sea, Balkan and Caucasus regions designed to enhance participantsÕ collective professional military capacity, promote reg

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U.S. Marines, along with several partner nations, conduct a casualty evacuation drill during exercise Platinum Lion at the Novo Selo Training Area, December 14, 2016. The exercise will bring together eight NATO Allies and partner nations for a live-fire exercise aimed to strengthen security and regional defenses in Eastern Europe. Black Sea Rotational Force is an annual multilateral security cooperation activity between the U.S. Marine Corps and partner nations in the Black Sea, Balkan and Caucasus regions designed to enhance participantsÕ collective professional military capacity, promote reg
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U.S. Marines, along with several partner nations, conduct a casualty evacuation drill during exercise Platinum Lion at the Novo Selo Training Area, December 14, 2016. The exercise will bring together eight NATO Allies and partner nations for a live-fire exercise aimed to strengthen security and regional defenses in Eastern Europe. Black Sea Rotational Force is an annual multilateral security cooperation activity between the U.S. Marine Corps and partner nations in the Black Sea, Balkan and Caucasus regions designed to enhance participantsÕ collective professional military capacity, promote regional stability and build enduring relationships with partner nations. Photo by Sgt. Michelle Reif/U.S. Marine Corps/UPI

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