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A member of the Special Program for Embassy Augmentation



A member of the Special Program for Embassy Augmentation and Response (SPEAR) team translates instructions from English to French on how to perform a proper ammo can push press during physical training with Marine Security Guards (MSG) outside of the Marine House at the U.S. Embassy, Bamako, Mali, Aug. 29, 2016. The MSG program, run by the Marine Corps Embassy Security Group, has 175 Marine Corps Detachments throughout the world, providing protection to mission personnel and to prevent the compromise of national security information and equipment at designated diplomatic and consular facilities. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Gunnery Sgt. Jesse Wagner)





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