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Combat engineers with 8th Engineer Support Battalion, 2nd Marine Logistics Group, use tools to pour concrete into a foundation, March 18, 2015, aboard Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. Upon completion, this building will be a storage facility for the unit’s martial arts equipment. “We’re getting ready to deploy, and the way we’re doing this project mirrors the way that we’re going to be building the schools there,” said Sgt. Christopher Panko, a combat engineer with the unit. “It’s giving the Marines good training on the process of what it takes to build from the ground up. As engineers, we normally focus on demolition. The past few years we haven’t done a lot of construction projects, and the Marines haven’t had a chance to do humanitarian work. This is a good opportunity, and with their experience level they’re doing very well.”  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Elizabeth A. Case/Released)
150318-M-CU214-156.JPG Photo By: Cpl. Elizabeth A. Case

Mar 20, 2015
CAMP LEJEUNE, North Carolina - Combat engineers with 8th Engineer Support Battalion, 2nd Marine Logistics Group, use tools to pour concrete into a foundation, March 18, 2015, aboard Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. Upon completion, this building will be a storage facility for the unit’s martial arts equipment. “We’re getting ready to deploy, and the way we’re doing this project mirrors the way that we’re going to be building the schools there,” said Sgt. Christopher Panko, a combat engineer with the unit. “It’s giving the Marines good training on the process of what it takes to build from the ground up. As engineers, we normally focus on demolition. The past few years we haven’t done a lot of construction projects, and the Marines haven’t had a chance to do humanitarian work. This is a good opportunity, and with their experience level they’re doing very well.” (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Elizabeth A. Case/Released)


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