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Virginia Beach, Va. (Aug. 29, 2006) - Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Mike Mullen listens to Riverine Squadron One's Command Master Chief Kyle Reagan, explain the features of the combat vest during a visit of Riverine Group One (RIVRON-1) and Riverine Squadron One on board Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek, Va. In January the Navy created the Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC), bringing EOD, Naval Coastal Warfare, Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support functions and the Seabees under one organization. NECC integrates all war fighting requirements for expeditionary combat and combat support elements. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Kenneth R. Hendrix (RELEASED)
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Virginia Beach, Va. (Aug. 29, 2006) - Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Mike Mullen greets Senior Chief Boatswain's Mate Kevin P. Sherwood during a visit to Riverine Group One (RIVRON-1) and Riverine Squadron One at Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek, Va. In January the Navy created the Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC), bringing EOD, Naval Coastal Warfare, Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support functions and the Seabees under one organization. NECC integrates all war fighting requirements for expeditionary combat and combat support elements. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Kenneth R. Hendrix (RELEASED)
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San Diego (August 24, 2006) - Navy Sailors and reservists participate in a joint command training evolution called exercise Seahawk 2006. The exercise is a combination of anti-terrorism and force protection training involving units from U.S. Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC). In January, the Navy created the Navy Expeditionary Combat Command, bringing EOD, Naval Coastal Warfare, Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support functions and the Seabees under one umbrella. NECC integrates all warfighting requirements for expeditionary combat and combat support elements. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Jose R. Rolon (RELEASED)
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San Diego (Aug. 23, 2006) - Active duty and reservist Navy Sailors participate in a joint command training evolution called exercise Seahawk 2006. The exercise is a combination of anti-terrorism and force protection training involving units from U.S. Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC). In January, the Navy created the Navy Expeditionary Combat Command, bringing EOD, Naval Coastal Warfare, Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support functions and the Seabees under one umbrella. NECC integrates all warfighting requirements for expeditionary combat and combat support elements. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Apprentice Rialyn C. Rodrigo (RELEASED)
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San Diego (Aug. 23, 2006) - Storekeeper 1st Class Ronilo Cortez assigned to Inshore Boat Unit Five Two (IBU-52) participates the training evolution called exercise Seahawk 2006. The exercise is a combination of anti-terrorism and force protection training involving units from U.S. Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC). In January, the Navy created the Navy Expeditionary Combat Command, bringing EOD, Naval Coastal Warfare, Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support functions and the Seabees under one umbrella. NECC integrates all warfighting requirements for expeditionary combat and combat support elements. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Apprentice Rialyn C. Rodrigo (RELEASED)
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San Diego (Aug. 22, 2006) - Sailors assigned Inshore Boat Unit Five Two (IBU-52) train in boat maneuvers while participating in Exercise Seahawk 2006. The exercise is a combination of anti-terrorism and force protection training involving units from U.S. Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC). In January, the Navy created the Navy Expeditionary Combat Command, bringing EOD, Naval Coastal Warfare, Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support functions and the Seabees under one umbrella. NECC integrates all warfighting requirements for expeditionary combat and combat support elements. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Sarah E. Bitter (RELEASED)
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San Diego (Aug. 22, 2006) - Sailors assigned Inshore Boat Unit Five Two (IBU-52) train in boat maneuvers while participating in Exercise Seahawk 2006. The exercise is a combination of anti-terrorism and force protection training involving units from U.S. Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC). In January, the Navy created the Navy Expeditionary Combat Command, bringing EOD, Naval Coastal Warfare, Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support functions and the Seabees under one umbrella. NECC integrates all warfighting requirements for expeditionary combat and combat support elements. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Sarah E. Bitter (RELEASED)
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San Diego (Aug. 22, 2006) - Sailors assigned Inshore Boat Unit Five Two (IBU-52) train in boat maneuvers while participating in Exercise Seahawk 2006. The exercise is a combination of anti-terrorism and force protection training involving units from U.S. Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC). In January, the Navy created the Navy Expeditionary Combat Command, bringing EOD, Naval Coastal Warfare, Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support functions and the Seabees under one umbrella. NECC integrates all warfighting requirements for expeditionary combat and combat support elements. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Sarah E. Bitter (RELEASED)
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San Diego (Aug. 22, 2006) - Sailors assigned Inshore Boat Unit Five Two (IBU-52) train in boat maneuvers while participating in Exercise Seahawk 2006. The exercise is a combination of anti-terrorism and force protection training involving units from U.S. Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC). In January, the Navy created the Navy Expeditionary Combat Command, bringing EOD, Naval Coastal Warfare, Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support functions and the Seabees under one umbrella. NECC integrates all warfighting requirements for expeditionary combat and combat support elements. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Sarah E. Bitter (RELEASED)
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Norfolk, Va. (May 9, 2006) - Navy Coastal Warfare Squadron Four (NCWS-4) Sailors stand at parade rest in front of Inshore Boat Unit Four One (IBU-41) on board Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek. NCWS-4's primary mission is conducting anti-terrorism and force protection in harbors and coastal waterways overseas. U.S. Navy photo by Lithographer Seaman Apprentice Derek Poole (RELEASED)
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Norfolk, Va. (May 11, 2006) - An Inshore Boat Unit assigned to Navy Coastal Warfare Squadron Four (NCWS-4) perform a demonstration on board Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek. NCWS-4's primary mission is conducting anti-terrorism and force protection in harbors and coastal waterways overseas. U.S. Navy photo by Lithographer Seaman Apprentice Derek Poole (RELEASED)
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Norfolk, Va. (May 10, 2006) - A Sailor assigned to Inshore Boat Unit Four One (IBU-41) assigned to Naval Coastal Warfare Squadron Four (NCWS-4) waves as his boat speeds by during a demonstration on board Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek. NCWS-4's primary mission is conducting anti-terrorism and force protection in harbors and coastal waterways overseas. U.S. Navy photo by Journalist 3rd Class Matthew D. Leistikow (RELEASED)
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Norfolk, Va. (May 10, 2006) - Inshore Boat Units assigned to Naval Coastal Warfare Squadron Four (NCWS-4) perform a demonstration on board Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek. NCWS-4's primary mission is conducting anti-terrorism and force protection in harbors and coastal waterways overseas. U.S. Navy photo by Journalist 3rd Class Matthew D. Leistikow (RELEASED)
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Norfolk, Va. (May 10, 2006) - Information Systems Technician Seaman Eric Campbell takes a seat aboard Inshore Boat Unit Four Two (IBU-42), assigned to Naval Coastal Warfare Squadron Four (NCWS-4), before they begin a demonstration on board Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek. NCWS-4Us primary mission is conducting anti-terrorism and force protection in harbors and coastal waterways overseas. U.S. Navy photo by Journalist 3rd Class Matthew D. Leistikow (RELEASED)
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Norfolk, Va. (May 10, 2006) - Boatswain's Mate 1st Class Earl Gunn, assigned to Inshore Boat Unit Four Two (IBU-42), pilots his boat during Naval Coastal Warfare Squadron Four (NCWS-4), demonstration on board Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek. NCWS-4Us primary mission is conducting anti-terrorism and force protection in harbors and coastal waterways overseas. U.S. Navy photo by Journalist 3rd Class Matthew D. Leistikow (RELEASED)
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Norfolk, Va. (May 10, 2006) - An Inshore Boat Unit assigned to Naval Coastal Warfare Squadron Four (NCWS-4) performs a demonstration on board Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek. NCWS-4's primary mission is conducting anti-terrorism and force protection in harbors and coastal waterways overseas. U.S. Navy photo by Journalist 3rd Class Matthew D. Leistikow (RELEASED)
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Norfolk, Va. (May 10, 2006) - Master-at-Arms 3rd Class Matthew Kaczynski, assigned to Inshore Boat Unit Four Two (IBU-42), mans his  M-60 machine gun during a Naval Coastal Warfare Squadron Four (NCWS-4) demonstration at Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek. The squadron's primary mission is conducting anti-terrorism and force protection in harbors and coastal waterways overseas. U.S. Navy photo by Journalist 3rd Class Matthew D. Leistikow (RELEASED)
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Norfolk, Va. (April 20, 2006) - A Secure All-Around Floatation Equipped boat assigned to Mobile Security Detachment Two Three (MSD-23), patrols the surf during a field training exercise on the beach on board Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek. The exercise prepares MSD-23 for scenarios they may encounter on deployment. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate Airman Mandy Mclaurin (RELEASED)
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Annapolis, Md. (April 6, 2006) - A small unit riverine craft assigned to U.S. Marine Training Detachment, Camp Lejeune, N.C., demonstrates a J turn for U.S. Naval Academy midshipmen in the Severn River. The riverine craft and their crews visited Annapolis for the U.S. Naval Institute 2006 Applied Naval History Conference, Riverine Warfare: Back to the Future? U.S. Navy photo by Photographers Mate Airman Cale Hanie (RELEASED)
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Iquitos, Peru (June 26, 2004) - U.S. and Latin America Marines conduct riverine operations along the Amazon River as they prepare for beach assaults during UNITAS 45-04 field training. Eleven partner nations from the U.S. and Latin America are supporting the largest multilateral exercise in the Southern Hemisphere. Held Since 1959, UNITAS aims to unite military forces throughout the Americas with bilateral and multilateral shipboard, amphibious and in-port exercises and operations. UNITAS improves operational readiness and interoperability of U.S. and South American naval, coast guard, and marine forces while promoting friendship, professionalism and understanding among participants. U.S. Navy photo by Chief Journalist Dave Fliesen (RELEASED)
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