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Photo 090904-A-5009T-148
090904-A-5009T-148 KUWAIT (Sept. 4, 2009) A harbor security, force protection boat assigned to Maritime Expeditionary Security Squadron (MSRON) 5 increases speed during vessel-on-vessel tactics with U.S. Coast Guard Port Security Unit 301. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Anthony L. Taylor/Released)

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Photo 090904-A-9041K-003
090904-A-9041K-003 KUWAIT (Sept. 4, 2009) Navy and U.S. Coast Guard sailors in harbor security, force protection boats assigned to Maritime Expeditionary Security Squadron (MSRON) 5 provide port security for Landing Craft Utility Five Forks (LCU 2018) as it transfers equipment from the Royal Navy fleet auxiliary ship Cardigan Bay (L 3009) in the Persian Gulf supporting U.S. Third Army missions. (U.S. Army photo by Pvt. 2nd Class Howard Ketter/Released)

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Photo 090905-N-1452H-516
090905-N-1452H-516 KUWAIT (Sept. 4, 2009) U.S. Navy and U.S. Coast Guard personnel operate harbor security, force protection boats assigned to Maritime Expeditionary Security Squadron (MSRON) 5 as Combined Task Group (CTG) 56.5 to provide port security supporting U.S. Third Army. U.S. Coast Guard units deploy with U.S. Navy personnel as a part of the Maritime Expeditionary Squadron under the Naval Expeditionary Combat Command supporting operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Army photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Kim Harris/Released)

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Photo 100115-N-1906L-003
100115-N-1906L-003 GUAM (Jan. 15, 2010) Master-at-Arms 3rd Class Chris Taylor, left, and Chief Master-at-Arms Tony Guist, both assigned to Maritime Expeditionary Security Squadron (MSRON) 7, complete a set of pull-ups at the second of 10 training stations set up for Monster Mash at Naval Base Guam. Every quarter, MSRON-7 Sailors complete a Monster Mash exercise, a course designed to demonstrate both core skills and physical strength. (U.S. Navy photo by Jesse Leon Guerrero/Released)

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Photo 100115-N-1906L-004
100115-N-1906L-004 GUAM (Jan. 15, 2010) Master-at-Arms 3rd Class Brandon Marshall, assigned to Maritime Expeditionary Security Squadron (MSRON) 7, exits the Gab Gab Beach pool after completing a swimming exercise during Monster Mash at Naval Base Guam. Every quarter, MSRON-7 Sailors complete a Monster Mash exercise, a course designed to demonstrate both core skills and physical strength. (U.S. Navy photo by Jesse Leon Guerrero/Released)

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Photo 100115-N-1906L-005
100115-N-1906L-005 GUAM (Jan. 15, 2010) Master-at-Arms 3rd Class Asher Richardon, center, assigned to Maritime Expeditionary Security Squadron (MSRON) 7, braces against the edge of a ditch to support a stretcher his team is carrying across a field during Monster Mash at Naval Base Guam. Every quarter, MSRON-7 Sailors complete a Monster Mash exercise, a course designed to demonstrate both core skills and physical strength. (U.S. Navy photo by Jesse Leon Guerrero/Released)

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Photo 100330-N-1906L-009
100330-N-1906L-009 U.S. NAVAL BASE GUAM (March 30, 2010) Fleet Master Chief John Minyard, fleet master chief of U.S. Pacific Fleet, thanks Sailors from Maritime Expeditionary Security Squadron (MSRON) 7 for taking him on a boat tour at Sumay Cove Marina in Guam. (U.S. Navy photo by Jesse Leon Guerrero/Released)

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Photo 100410-N-2978F-630
100410-N-2978F-630 GUAM (April 10, 2010) Master-at-Arms 3rd Class Danielle Panting, assigned to Maritime Expeditionary Security Squadron (MSRON) 7, cheers for a child during the mud pit trench-crawl portion of the MSRON-7 Kids Monster Mash at U.S. Naval Base Guam. (U.S. Navy photo by James Fee/Released)

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Photo 100413-N-8433N-995
100413-N-8433N-995 GUAM (April 13, 2010) Gunner's Mate 3rd Class Brian Balch, assigned to Maritime Expeditionary Security Squadron (MSRON) 7, demonstrates to students how a M2HB 50-caliber machine gun works aboard a patrol boat during career day at Astumbo Elementary School in Guam. Sailors brought two patrol boats to serve as visual aids as they spoke about the command's mission and the tools they use to fulfill that mission. (U.S. Navy photo by Oyaol Ngirairikl/Released)

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Photo 100421-N-4965F-110
100421-N-4965F-110 SAN DIEGO (April 21, 2010) Master-at-Arms 3rd Class Alyson Mills, assigned to Maritime Expeditionary Security Squadron (MSRON) 3, signals to security watch standers on a simulated forward operating base during a Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) integrated exercise. The weeklong training exercise is designed to provide NECC Sailors realistic combat training in preparation for up-coming deployments. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class James E. Foehl/Released)

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Photo 100421-N-4965F-118
100421-N-4965F-118 SAN DIEGO (April 21, 2010) A Sailor assigned to Maritime Expeditionary Security Squadron (MSRON) 3 stands security sentry watch on a simulated forward operating base during a Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) integrated exercise. The weeklong training exercise is designed to provide NECC Sailors realistic combat training in preparation for up-coming deployments. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class James E. Foehl/Released)

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Photo 100421-N-4965F-251
100421-N-4965F-251 SAN DIEGO (April 21, 2010) Master-at-Arms 3rd Class Nicole Gann, assigned to Maritime Expeditionary Security Squadron (MSRON) 3, guards an entry control point with a .50-caliber machine gun at a simulated forward operating base during a Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) integrated exercise. The weeklong training exercise is designed to provide NECC Sailors realistic combat training in preparation for up-coming deployments. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class James E. Foehl/Released)

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Photo 100421-N-4965F-366
100421-N-4965F-366 SAN DIEGO (April 21, 2010) Master-at-Arms 3rd Class Jason Henry, assigned to Maritime Expeditionary Security Squadron (MSRON) 3, takes cover behind a riot shield as training observers, in background, meet at a simulated forward operating base during a Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) integrated exercise. The weeklong training exercise is designed to provide NECC Sailors realistic combat training in preparation for up-coming deployments. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class James E. Foehl/Released)

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Photo 100421-N-4965F-369
100421-N-4965F-369 SAN DIEGO (April 21, 2010) Sailors assigned to Maritime Expeditionary Security Squadron (MSRON) 3 take cover behind riot shields at a simulated forward operating base during a Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) integrated exercise. The weeklong training exercise is designed to provide NECC Sailors realistic combat training in preparation for up-coming deployments. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class James E. Foehl/Released)

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Photo 100421-N-4965F-372
100421-N-4965F-372 SAN DIEGO (April 21, 2010) Master-at-Arms 3rd Class William Landeros, assigned to Maritime Expeditionary Security Squadron (MSRON) 3, takes cover behind a vehicle at a simulated forward operating base during a Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) integrated exercise. The weeklong training exercise is designed to provide NECC Sailors realistic combat training in preparation for up-coming deployments. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class James E. Foehl/Released)

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Photo 100421-N-4965F-410
100421-N-4965F-410 SAN DIEGO(April 21, 2010) Sailors assigned to Maritime Expeditionary Security Squadron (MSRON) 3 man .50-caliber machine guns positions surrounding the perimeter of a simulated forward operating base during a Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) integrated exercise. The weeklong training exercise is designed to provide NECC Sailors realistic combat training in preparation for up-coming deployments. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class James E. Foehl/Released)

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