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U.S. Marines and Australian Defence Force service members

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U.S. Marines and Australian Defence Force service members

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U.S. Marines and Australian Defence Force service members shoot the M4 carbine on the Weapon Training Simulation System at Robertson Barracks in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia, April 29, 2020. The Marine service rifle was integrated with the Australian's Weapons Training Simulation System for the first time, allowing the U.S. and Australian service members to maintain readiness while observing proper COVID-19 social distancing rules. The Marines were part a 54 member advance party who arrived prior to boarder closures associated with COVID-19. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Natalie Greenwood)

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29/04/2020
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