130 Marines assault Andy South

ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE, Guam – More than 130 Marines attached to the 3rd Reconnaissance Battalion stormed into Andy South during an exercise in support of Valiant Shield 2010. Twenty-five 736th Security Forces Squadron Airmen participated as opposing forces, defending the mission objective against the 3rd RB. The Battalion is based out of Camp Schwab, a satellite base of Marine Corps Base Camp Smedley D. Butler, on the Okinawa Prefecture, Japan. Missions performed during the training included, long-range reconnaissance and surveillance, tactical recovery of aircraft personnel, hydro-graphic surveys and beach reconnaissance, small unit raids and selected prisoner snatches, underwater searches, and evacuation of American Civilians from hostile environments. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Julian North)

PHOTO BY: Airman Julian North
VIRIN: 100922-F-8075N-031.JPG
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