CAMP ALLEN

Training for the Unexpected

Story by Cpl Logan Snyder on 05/31/2017 Advanced clearing is taught to better prepare the Marines for the unexpected and how to handle enemy combatants in tight enclosures. "The purpose of advanced clearing is to show Marines that there are multiple ways they can clear an enclosure, especially with limited
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Do gym rats need more than cheese to stay fit?

Story by Cpl Logan Snyder on 05/23/2017 I was always under the impression that I could eat anything I wanted as long as I burned it off in the gym, and that nutrition wasn't that important when I was looking for results. The occasional fast-food value meal wasn't hurting my
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Leaders Train to Further Careers

Story by Cpl Logan Snyder on 05/23/2017 When noncommissioned officers transition to the staff noncommissioned officer ranks, their duties increase. This seminar is designed to provide guidance on those expectations and widen their scope of responsibility. Although the Staff Academy offers a seven-week, resident course where staff sergeants can participate
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Students Learn Interior Tactics during Phase II of CQB

Story by Sgt Kayla D. Rivera on 05/09/2017 CQB training teaches students how to react in a combat environment while engaging combatants and controlling occupants in close quarters. It also provides them with specific skillsets to ensure their team's survival while clearing out an enclosure. During Phase I of CQB
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CQB Students are put to the Final Test

Story by Sgt Kayla D. Rivera on 05/09/2017 "The purpose is for the students to be given a more realistic situation with live personnel, as the objectives, shooting back at them," said Staff Sgt. Sean Litchfield, section leader, Close Quarters Battle instructor, Training Co., U.S. Marine Corps Security Force Regiment.
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Can I Kiss You: SAAP training with a twist

Story by Sgt Kayla D. Rivera on 05/09/2017 The Department of Defense emphasizes the importance of sexual assault awareness and prevention throughout the military because of issues in today's society and the enduring commitment to ensuring equal opportunity in the workplace. MARFORCOM introduced a new method of reaching its personnel
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CBIRF conducts certification exercise aboard NSF Dahlgren, NSF Indian Head

Story by LCpl Maverick Mejia on 12/15/2016 NAVAL SUPPORT FACILITY DAHLGREN, Va. - Marines and sailors with Initial Response Force, IRF B, Chemical Biological Incident Response Force, CBIRF, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Command, participated in a certification exercise, CERTEX, which included a simulated chemical attack and a sling load operation
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Marine Volunteers Support Camp Allen Field Meet

Story by Cpl Logan Snyder on 06/13/2016 CAMP ALLEN ELEMENTARY, NORFOLK, Va. Marines and sailors from U.S. Marine Corps Forces Command volunteered to support the Camp Allen Elementary School Field Meet, June 10. The purpose of this annual event is to get the kids outside to have fun and exercise
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Colonel Carter assumes command of Chemical Biological Incident Response Force

Story by SSgt Santiago G. Colon Jr. on 05/20/2016 NAVAL SUPPORT FACILITY INDIAN HEAD, Md. Col. Michael L. Carter assumed command of Chemical Biological Incident Response Force (CBIRF), U.S. Marine Corps Forces Command (MARFORCOM), from Col. Stephen E. Redifer during a change of command ceremony aboard Naval Support Facility Indian
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2016 CBIRF Change of Command Ceremony

Story by SSgt Santiago G. Colon Jr. on 04/21/2016 INDIAN HEAD, Md. The Commanding Officer of Chemical Biological Incident Response Force (CBIRF), U.S. Marine Corps Forces Command (MARFORCOM) Col. Stephen E. Redifer, is scheduled to relinquish command to Col. Michael L. Carter in a ceremony at the Naval Support Facility
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Marine Leaders of the Americas Conference comes to a close

Story by SSgt Alisa Helin on 08/28/2015 CARTAGENA, Colombia - The Marine Leaders of the Americas Conference 2015 concluded after a closing ceremony, August 26, 2015. Co-hosted by the Infantera de Marina de Colombia and U.S. Marine Corps Forces, South, the conference provided an opportunity for 15 partnered nations to
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