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MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP BLAZ (April 18, 2022) Brian Antolin, the lead environmental compliance specialist for Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command Marianas at Marine Corps Base (MCB) Camp Blaz, left, assists an inspector from the Guam Environmental Protection Agency, right, during an annual well inspection for various sites at MCB Camp Blaz, Guam, April 18, 2022. A regulatory inspection was conducted by the Guam EPA to test drinking water wells to ensure the base is in compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Gunnery Sgt. Rubin J. Tan)
MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP BLAZ (April 18, 2022) Brian Antolin, the lead environmental compliance specialist for Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command Marianas at Marine Corps Base (MCB) Camp Blaz, left, assists an inspector from the Guam Environmental Protection Agency, right, during an annual well inspection for various sites at MCB Camp Blaz, Guam, April 18, 2022. A regulatory inspection was conducted by the Guam EPA to test drinking water wells to ensure the base is in compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Gunnery Sgt. Rubin J. Tan)
PACIFIC OCEAN (May 21, 2022) The Military Sealift Command fleet replenishment oiler USNS Henry J. Kieser (T-AO-187) steams along side the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz (CVN 68) during a replenishment at sea. Nimitz is underway in the U.S. 3rd Fleet area of operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class David Rowe)
BOSTON (May 20, 2022) Cmdr. B.J. Farrell, Commanding Officer of USS Constitution, waves after a 21-Gun Salute during an underway aboard Constitution. Constitution, is the world's oldest commissioned warship afloat, and played a crucial role in the Barbary Wars and the War of 1812, actively defending sea lanes from 1797 to 1855. During normal operations, the active-duty Sailors stationed aboard Constitution provide free tours and offer public visitation to more than 600,000 people a year as they support the ship's mission of promoting the Navy's history and maritime heritage and raising awareness of the importance of a sustained naval presence. Constitution was undefeated in battle and destroyed or captured 33 opponents. The ship earned the nickname of Old Ironsides during the war of 1812 when British cannonballs were seen bouncing off the ship�s wooden hull. (U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Skyler Okerman)
BOSTON (May 20, 2022) USS Constitution fires a saluting battery during an underway. Constitution, is the world's oldest commissioned warship afloat, and played a crucial role in the Barbary Wars and the War of 1812, actively defending sea lanes from 1797 to 1855. During normal operations, the active-duty Sailors stationed aboard Constitution provide free tours and offer public visitation to more than 600,000 people a year as they support the ship's mission of promoting the Navy's history and maritime heritage and raising awareness of the importance of a sustained naval presence. Constitution was undefeated in battle and destroyed or captured 33 opponents. The ship earned the nickname of Old Ironsides during the war of 1812 when British cannonballs were seen bouncing off the ship's wooden hull. (U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Skyler Okerman)
BOSTON (May 20, 2022) Cmdr. B.J. Farrell, commanding officer of USS Constitution, watches the city of Boston during an underway aboard Constitution. Constitution, is the world's oldest commissioned warship afloat, and played a crucial role in the Barbary Wars and the War of 1812, actively defending sea lanes from 1797 to 1855. During normal operations, the active-duty Sailors stationed aboard Constitution provide free tours and offer public visitation to more than 600,000 people a year as they support the ship's mission of promoting the Navy's history and maritime heritage and raising awareness of the importance of a sustained naval presence. Constitution was undefeated in battle and destroyed or captured 33 opponents. The ship earned the nickname of Old Ironsides during the war of 1812 when British cannonballs were seen bouncing off the ship's wooden hull. (U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Skyler Okerman)
BOSTON (May 20, 2022) Aviation Ordnance 2nd Class Jennifer Jordan, from Fayetteville, North Carolina, climbs the shrouds during an underway aboard USS Constitution. Constitution, is the world's oldest commissioned warship afloat, and played a crucial role in the Barbary Wars and the War of 1812, actively defending sea lanes from 1797 to 1855. During normal operations, the active-duty Sailors stationed aboard Constitution provide free tours and offer public visitation to more than 600,000 people a year as they support the ship's mission of promoting the Navy's history and maritime heritage and raising awareness of the importance of a sustained naval presence. Constitution was undefeated in battle and destroyed or captured 33 opponents. The ship earned the nickname of Old Ironsides during the war of 1812 when British cannonballs were seen bouncing off the ship�s wooden hull. (U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Skyler Okerman)
MANAMA, Bahrain (May 9, 2022) Sailors assigned to Expeditionary Resuscitative Surgical System Team 27, Task Force 51/5 and a member of the Bahrain Defense Force Royal Medical Team conduct a surgical airway with a tactical cricothyrotomy kit for Tactical Combat Casualty Care training during exercise Neon Defender 22 in Bahrain. Neon Defender is an annual bilateral training event between U.S. Naval Forces Central Command and Bahrain. The exercise focuses on maritime security operations, installation defense and medical response. (U.S. Marine Corps photo)
MANAMA, Bahrain (May 8, 2022) A Sailor assigned to Expeditionary Resuscitative Surgical System Team 27, Task Force 51/5 and members of the Bahrain Defense Force Royal Medical Team conduct needle decompression training to help with respiratory distress during exercise Neon Defender 22 in Bahrain. Neon Defender is an annual bilateral training event between U.S. Naval Forces Central Command and Bahrain. The exercise focuses on maritime security operations, installation defense and medical response. (U.S. Marine Corps photo)
MANAMA, Bahrain (May 8, 2022) A member of the Bahrain Defense Force Royal Medical Team conducts a nasal pharyngeal airway application to keep an airway open for training during exercise Neon Defender 22 in Bahrain. Neon Defender is an annual bilateral training event between U.S. Naval Forces Central Command and Bahrain. The exercise focuses on maritime security operations, installation defense and medical response. (U.S. Marine Corps photo)
MCALESTER, Okla. (May 7, 2022) Cmdr. Rick Dorsey, executive officer of Navy Talent Acquisition Group Red River swears in four Future Sailors during the 75th Anniversary Armed Forces Day Parade in McAlester Okla. NTAG Red River encompasses 150,000 square miles that includes North Texas and Oklahoma, and consists of 40 Enlisted Recruiting Stations, three Officer Recruiting Stations, and three Military Entrance Processing Stations. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Mark Andrew Hays)
MCALESTER, Okla. (May 7, 2022) Cmdr. Rick Dorsey, executive officer of Navy Talent Acquisition Group Red River, participates in the 75th Anniversary Armed Forces Day Parade in McAlester Okla. NTAG Red River encompasses 150,000 square miles that includes North Texas and Oklahoma, and consists of 40 Enlisted Recruiting Stations, three Officer Recruiting Stations, and three Military Entrance Processing Stations. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Mark Andrew Hays)
 

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