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Cpl. Christopher L. Monson, from Blackfoot, Idaho, an automated maintenance technician with 7th Engineer Support Battalion, 2nd Marine Logistics Group (Forward), uses a gas torch to cut off the rails of a bridge in the Gamsir district, Helmand province, Afghanistan, June 16, 2011. The Marines placed a bridge over the Darvishan Bridge as a temporary fix to allow Afghan contractors to repair it without stopping traffic in the area. This project will directly benefit the Marines of 1st Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division (Fwd.) who are currently operating in the district in support of the International Security Assistance Force as well as the local population. - Cpl. Christopher L. Monson, from Blackfoot, Idaho, an automated maintenance technician with 7th Engineer Support Battalion, 2nd Marine Logistics Group (Forward), uses a gas torch to cut off the rails of a bridge in the Gamsir district, Helmand province, Afghanistan, June 16, 2011. The Marines placed a bridge over the Darvishan Bridge as a temporary fix to allow Afghan contractors to repair it without stopping traffic in the area. This project will directly benefit the Marines of 1st Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division (Fwd.) who are currently operating in the district in support of the International Security Assistance Force as well as the local population.

Cpl. Christopher L. Monson, from Blackfoot, Idaho, an automated maintenance technician with 7th Engineer Support Battalion, 2nd Marine Logistics Group (Forward), uses a gas torch to cut off the rails of a bridge in the Gamsir district, Helmand province, Afghanistan, June 16, 2011. The Marines placed a bridge over the Darvishan Bridge as a temporary fix to allow Afghan contractors to repair it without stopping traffic in the area. This project will directly benefit the Marines of 1st Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division (Fwd.) who are currently operating in the district in support of the International Security Assistance Force as well as the local population. - Cpl. Christopher L. Monson, from Blackfoot, Idaho, an automated maintenance technician with 7th Engineer Support Battalion, 2nd Marine Logistics Group (Forward), uses a gas torch to cut off the rails of a bridge in the Gamsir district, Helmand province, Afghanistan, June 16, 2011. The Marines placed a bridge over the Darvishan Bridge as a temporary fix to allow Afghan contractors to repair it without stopping traffic in the area. This project will directly benefit the Marines of 1st Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division (Fwd.) who are currently operating in the district in support of the International Security Assistance Force as well as the local population.

Staff Sgt. Richard Near, a radio operator course instructor with the Embedded Partnering Team, Combat Logistics Battalion 8, 2nd Marine Logistics Group (Forward), helps two Afghan National Army soldiers from the 5th Kandak communicate with other soldiers via radio during a course at Forward Operating Base Delaram, Afghanistan, April 4, 2011. Twelve ANA soldiers graduated from the latest radio operator course during a ceremony at FOB Delaram June 5, 2011. The course consisted of 54 hours of classroom instruction and 28 hours of practical application. The soldiers learned the different components and capabilities, as well as how to set up and program the PRC-1077 VHF radio and the RT-7000 HF radio. - Staff Sgt. Richard Near, a radio operator course instructor with the Embedded Partnering Team, Combat Logistics Battalion 8, 2nd Marine Logistics Group (Forward), helps two Afghan National Army soldiers from the 5th Kandak communicate with other soldiers via radio during a course at Forward Operating Base Delaram, Afghanistan, April 4, 2011. Twelve ANA soldiers graduated from the latest radio operator course during a ceremony at FOB Delaram June 5, 2011. The course consisted of 54 hours of classroom instruction and 28 hours of practical application. The soldiers learned the different components and capabilities, as well as how to set up and program the PRC-1077 VHF radio and the RT-7000 HF radio.

Staff Sgt. Richard Near, a radio operator course instructor with the Embedded Partnering Team, Combat Logistics Battalion 8, 2nd Marine Logistics Group (Forward), helps two Afghan National Army soldiers from the 5th Kandak communicate with other soldiers via radio during a course at Forward Operating Base Delaram, Afghanistan, April 4, 2011. Twelve ANA soldiers graduated from the latest radio operator course during a ceremony at FOB Delaram June 5, 2011. The course consisted of 54 hours of classroom instruction and 28 hours of practical application. The soldiers learned the different components and capabilities, as well as how to set up and program the PRC-1077 VHF radio and the RT-7000 HF radio. - Staff Sgt. Richard Near, a radio operator course instructor with the Embedded Partnering Team, Combat Logistics Battalion 8, 2nd Marine Logistics Group (Forward), helps two Afghan National Army soldiers from the 5th Kandak communicate with other soldiers via radio during a course at Forward Operating Base Delaram, Afghanistan, April 4, 2011. Twelve ANA soldiers graduated from the latest radio operator course during a ceremony at FOB Delaram June 5, 2011. The course consisted of 54 hours of classroom instruction and 28 hours of practical application. The soldiers learned the different components and capabilities, as well as how to set up and program the PRC-1077 VHF radio and the RT-7000 HF radio.

Lance Cpl. Thomas C. Martin (left), from Rutherford, N.C., a metal worker, and Cpl. Quinntin T. Smith (right), the tire shop non commissioned officer in charge with Combat Logistics Battalion 8, 2nd Marine Logistics Group (Forward), install an air seal inside a new Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle tire June 6, 2011, aboard Camp Leatherneck, Afghanistan. Since arriving in Afghanistan in January, the Marines at the tire shop rebuilt 512 tires for all types of motor transportation and heavy equipment, providing units within Regional Command Southwest, including the embedded partnering teams across the area of operation and even the fire department aboard Camp Leatherneck, with brand new tires for their vehicles. - Lance Cpl. Thomas C. Martin (left), from Rutherford, N.C., a metal worker, and Cpl. Quinntin T. Smith (right), the tire shop non commissioned officer in charge with Combat Logistics Battalion 8, 2nd Marine Logistics Group (Forward), install an air seal inside a new Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle tire June 6, 2011, aboard Camp Leatherneck, Afghanistan. Since arriving in Afghanistan in January, the Marines at the tire shop rebuilt 512 tires for all types of motor transportation and heavy equipment, providing units within Regional Command Southwest, including the embedded partnering teams across the area of operation and even the fire department aboard Camp Leatherneck, with brand new tires for their vehicles.

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