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Sgt. David Bryant (center), an aircraft rescue and firefighting specialist with 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing, uses Pfc. Cameron D. McDonald, a bulk fuel specialist with Bulk Fuel Company, 8th Engineer Support Battalion, 2nd Marine Logistics Group, to show the proper way to assemble the fire proximity suit during a training exercise aboard Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., May 22, 2012. The Marines also received a brief on responsibilities as a firefighter and a class on how to use the different hoses and nozzles. The training culminated with troops applying lessons learned and extinguishing four different controlled-fuel fires. - Sgt. David Bryant (center), an aircraft rescue and firefighting specialist with 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing, uses Pfc. Cameron D. McDonald, a bulk fuel specialist with Bulk Fuel Company, 8th Engineer Support Battalion, 2nd Marine Logistics Group, to show the proper way to assemble the fire proximity suit during a training exercise aboard Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., May 22, 2012. The Marines also received a brief on responsibilities as a firefighter and a class on how to use the different hoses and nozzles. The training culminated with troops applying lessons learned and extinguishing four different controlled-fuel fires.

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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