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Cpl. Benjamin Bacon supervises as Pfc. Jason Slack

Cpl. Benjamin Bacon supervises as Pfc. Jason Slack

Cpl. Benjamin Bacon supervises as Pfc. Jason Slack performs an arm bar from the guard at Camp Linton, New Zealand, during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Black, Aug. 25, 2015. Marines trained to achieve ... More

New Zealand Army Soldiers and U.S. Marines arrive to

New Zealand Army Soldiers and U.S. Marines arrive to

New Zealand Army Soldiers and U.S. Marines arrive to Waiouru Military Training Area, New Zealand, during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Black, Aug. 27, 2015. Kiwi soldiers and U.S. Marines collectively ... More

Lance Cpl. Zachary Hagestad, from Minneapolis, Minnesota,

Lance Cpl. Zachary Hagestad, from Minneapolis, Minnesota,

Lance Cpl. Zachary Hagestad, from Minneapolis, Minnesota, prepares coordinates to simulate a call for fire at Camp Linton, New Zealand, during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Black, Aug. 13, 2015. Hagest... More

U.S. Marine Pfc. David Cook rolls over the rope net

U.S. Marine Pfc. David Cook rolls over the rope net

U.S. Marine Pfc. David Cook rolls over the rope net while navigating the obstacle course at Camp Linton, New Zealand, during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Black, Aug. 17, 2015. New Zealand Army Soldier... More

New Zealand Army Pvt. Kyash Balsara, left, fires at

New Zealand Army Pvt. Kyash Balsara, left, fires at

New Zealand Army Pvt. Kyash Balsara, left, fires at the simulated enemy at Camp Linton, New Zealand, during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Black, Aug. 18, 2015. New Zealand Army Soldiers shared their pa... More

New Zealand Soldiers, U.S. Marines share techniques for upcoming artillery shoot

New Zealand Soldiers, U.S. Marines share techniques for upcoming artil...

New Zealand Army Sgts. Kyle Ward, left, and Andrew Smith show U.S. Marines a 105mm L118 Light Gun during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Black, Aug. 13, 2015. The U.S. Marines are preparing for a bilater... More

Marines Overcome Obstacles in New Zealand

Marines Overcome Obstacles in New Zealand

U.S. Marine Sgt. Matthew Russell, left, balances across a rope bridge while navigating the obstacle course at Camp Linton, New Zealand, during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Black, Aug. 17, 2015. New Ze... More

New Zealand Army Gunner Nathan Cookson, left, races

New Zealand Army Gunner Nathan Cookson, left, races

New Zealand Army Gunner Nathan Cookson, left, races U.S. Marine Capt. Ryan Von Rembow to see who can assemble the IW Steyr faster, Aug. 11, 2015, at Camp Linton, New Zealand. The New Zealand Army Soldiers intro... More

Staff Sgt. Matthew Faust, left, and Navy Petty Officer

Staff Sgt. Matthew Faust, left, and Navy Petty Officer

Staff Sgt. Matthew Faust, left, and Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Felipe Salinas buddy drag a simulated casualty at Camp Linton, New Zealand, during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Black, Aug. 18, 2015. N... More

New Zealand Army Sgt. Andrew Smith shows U.S. Marines

New Zealand Army Sgt. Andrew Smith shows U.S. Marines

New Zealand Army Sgt. Andrew Smith shows U.S. Marines how to adjust the direction of the 105mm L118 Light Gun during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company, Aug. 13, 2015. The U.S. Marines are preparing for a b... More

New Zealand Army Lance Bombardier Arana Hunter, left,

New Zealand Army Lance Bombardier Arana Hunter, left,

New Zealand Army Lance Bombardier Arana Hunter, left, shows U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Zachary Hagestad how to assemble an IW Steyr during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Black, Aug. 11, 2015, at Camp Linton... More

U.S. Marine Maj. Ryan Von Rembow, from Fayetteville,

U.S. Marine Maj. Ryan Von Rembow, from Fayetteville,

U.S. Marine Maj. Ryan Von Rembow, from Fayetteville, Arizona, surveys the impact area at Waiouru Military Training Area, New Zealand, during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Black, Aug. 27, 2015. Kiwi sol... More

Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Felipe Salinas, bottom,

Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Felipe Salinas, bottom,

Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Felipe Salinas, bottom, attempts to lock Lance Cpl. Isaac Miller into an arm bar as they grapple at Camp Linton, New Zealand, during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Black, Au... More

U.S. Marine Sgt. Jimmy Martin runs through an obstacle

U.S. Marine Sgt. Jimmy Martin runs through an obstacle

U.S. Marine Sgt. Jimmy Martin runs through an obstacle course at Camp Linton, New Zealand, during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Black, Aug. 17, 2015. New Zealand Army Soldiers familiarized the Marines ... More

U.S. Marines practice patrolling at Camp Linton, New

U.S. Marines practice patrolling at Camp Linton, New

U.S. Marines practice patrolling at Camp Linton, New Zealand, during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Black, Aug. 18, 2015. New Zealand Army Soldiers shared their patrolling techniques as U.S Marines lear... More

Cpl. Benjamin Bacon, right, supervises while Sgt. Jimmy

Cpl. Benjamin Bacon, right, supervises while Sgt. Jimmy

Cpl. Benjamin Bacon, right, supervises while Sgt. Jimmy Martin, top, and Sgt. Josh Newman grapple at Camp Linton, New Zealand, during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Black, Aug. 25, 2015. Marines trained... More

U.S. Marine Capt. Joe Mozzi, from Albany, New York,

U.S. Marine Capt. Joe Mozzi, from Albany, New York,

U.S. Marine Capt. Joe Mozzi, from Albany, New York, reviews exercise orders while preparing the target attack guidance matrix at Waiouru Military Training Area, New Zealand, during exercise Joint Assault Signal... More

New Zealand Army Sgt. Andrew Smith, right, shows U.S.

New Zealand Army Sgt. Andrew Smith, right, shows U.S.

New Zealand Army Sgt. Andrew Smith, right, shows U.S. Marines a 105mm L118 Light Gun during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Black, Aug. 13, 2015. The U.S. Marines are preparing for a bilateral artillery ... More

U.S. Marine Cpl. Benjamin Bacon, from Lubbock, Texas,

U.S. Marine Cpl. Benjamin Bacon, from Lubbock, Texas,

U.S. Marine Cpl. Benjamin Bacon, from Lubbock, Texas, balances across logs while navigating the obstacle course at Camp Linton, New Zealand, during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Black, Aug. 17, 2015. N... More

New Zealand Army Lance Bombardier  Arana Hunter shows

New Zealand Army Lance Bombardier Arana Hunter shows

New Zealand Army Lance Bombardier Arana Hunter shows U.S. Marines how to disassemble an IW Steyr during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Black, Aug. 11, 2015, at Camp Linton, New Zealand. The New Zealand... More

U.S. Marine Capt. Jason Taylor, right, briefs U.S.

U.S. Marine Capt. Jason Taylor, right, briefs U.S.

U.S. Marine Capt. Jason Taylor, right, briefs U.S. Marine Cpl. Benjamin Bacon during a patrol at Camp Linton, New Zealand, during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Black, Aug. 18, 2015. New Zealand Army So... More

Capt. Joshua Fernandez practices a rear choke on Cpl.

Capt. Joshua Fernandez practices a rear choke on Cpl.

Capt. Joshua Fernandez practices a rear choke on Cpl. Michael Dempich as they grapple at Camp Linton, New Zealand, during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Black, Aug. 25, 2015. Marines trained for their n... More

New Zealand Army Lance Bombardier Arana Hunter shows

New Zealand Army Lance Bombardier Arana Hunter shows

New Zealand Army Lance Bombardier Arana Hunter shows U.S. Marines how to disassemble an IW Steyr during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Black, Aug. 11, 2015, at Camp Linton, New Zealand. The New Zealand ... More

U.S. Marines hike to their designated observation post

U.S. Marines hike to their designated observation post

U.S. Marines hike to their designated observation post at Waiouru Military Training Area, New Zealand, during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Black, Aug. 27, 2015. New Zealand Army Soldiers and U.S. Mari... More

Cpl. Michael Dempich, form Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin,

Cpl. Michael Dempich, form Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin,

Cpl. Michael Dempich, form Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, simulates calling for fire, at Camp Linton, New Zealand, during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Black, Aug. 13, 2015. The U.S. Marines are preparing f... More

U.S. Marines patrol through the woods at Camp Linton,

U.S. Marines patrol through the woods at Camp Linton,

U.S. Marines patrol through the woods at Camp Linton, New Zealand, during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Black, Aug. 18, 2015. New Zealand Army Soldiers shared their patrolling techniques with the Marin... More

U.S. Marines simulate calling for fire, at Camp Linton,

U.S. Marines simulate calling for fire, at Camp Linton,

U.S. Marines simulate calling for fire, at Camp Linton, New Zealand, during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Black, Aug. 13, 2015. The U.S. Marines are preparing for a bilateral artillery shoot by familia... More

U.S. Marines plot points on a map to indicate the

U.S. Marines plot points on a map to indicate the

U.S. Marines plot points on a map to indicate the observation post positions during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Black, Aug. 27, 2015. New Zealand Army Soldiers and U.S. Marines collectively called fo... More

New Zealand Army Gunner Nathan Cookson, right, supervises

New Zealand Army Gunner Nathan Cookson, right, supervises

New Zealand Army Gunner Nathan Cookson, right, supervises Lance Cpl. David Cook, who assembles an IW Steyr during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Black, at Camp Linton, New Zealand, Aug. 11, 2015. The Ne... More

New Zealand Army Bombardier Gregy Emphasis, right,

New Zealand Army Bombardier Gregy Emphasis, right,

New Zealand Army Bombardier Gregy Emphasis, right, goes through the firing procedures of the IW Steyr with U.S. Marine Capt. Alan Murphy during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Black, Aug. 11, 2015 at Cam... More

New Zealand Army Soldiers and U.S. Marines await to

New Zealand Army Soldiers and U.S. Marines await to

New Zealand Army Soldiers and U.S. Marines await to see illumination coordination rounds light the impact area at Waiouru Military Training Area, New Zealand, during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Black... More

U.S. Marine Cpl. Benjamin Bacon, right, fires blank

U.S. Marine Cpl. Benjamin Bacon, right, fires blank

U.S. Marine Cpl. Benjamin Bacon, right, fires blank rounds at the simulated enemy at Camp Linton, New Zealand, during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Black, Aug. 18, 2015. New Zealand Army Soldiers share... More

Lance Cpl. Isaac Miller, from Roanoke, Virginia, plots

Lance Cpl. Isaac Miller, from Roanoke, Virginia, plots

Lance Cpl. Isaac Miller, from Roanoke, Virginia, plots coordinates to simulate a call for fire at Camp Linton, New Zealand, during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Black, Aug. 13, 2015. The U.S. Marines a... More

New Zealand Army Gunner Sean Mitchell supervises U.S.

New Zealand Army Gunner Sean Mitchell supervises U.S.

New Zealand Army Gunner Sean Mitchell supervises U.S. Marines as they practice the firing procedures of the IW Steyr during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Black, at Camp Linton, New Zealand, Aug. 11, 20... More

Sgt. Jacob Nier from Green Bay, Wisconsin, simulates

Sgt. Jacob Nier from Green Bay, Wisconsin, simulates

Sgt. Jacob Nier from Green Bay, Wisconsin, simulates a call for fire, at Camp Linton, New Zealand, during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Black, Aug. 13, 2015. The U.S. Marines are preparing for a bilate... More

New Zealand Army Soldiers and U.S. Marines watch

New Zealand Army Soldiers and U.S. Marines watch

New Zealand Army Soldiers and U.S. Marines watch illumination coordination rounds light the impact area at Waiouru Military Training Area, New Zealand, during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Black, Aug. ... More

New Zealand Army Soldiers and U.S. Marines watch

New Zealand Army Soldiers and U.S. Marines watch

New Zealand Army Soldiers and U.S. Marines watch illumination coordination rounds light the impact area at Waiouru Military Training Area, New Zealand, during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Black, Aug. ... More

New Zealand Army Soldier Lance Cpl. Arana Hunter watches

New Zealand Army Soldier Lance Cpl. Arana Hunter watches

New Zealand Army Soldier Lance Cpl. Arana Hunter watches an illumination coordination round light the impact area at Waiouru Military Training Area, New Zealand, during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Bl... More

New Zealand Army Soldier Lance Cpl. Arana Hunter, left,

New Zealand Army Soldier Lance Cpl. Arana Hunter, left,

New Zealand Army Soldier Lance Cpl. Arana Hunter, left, U.S. Marine Maj. Ryan Von Rembow, center, and Canadian Army Soldier Cpl. Troy Colbourne look at an illumination coordination round light the impact area a... More

U.S. Marine Maj. Terry Heichelbech, right, presents

U.S. Marine Maj. Terry Heichelbech, right, presents

U.S. Marine Maj. Terry Heichelbech, right, presents New Zealand Army Soldier Maj. Sandra Patterson with a hammer at Waioru Military Training Facility, New Zealand, during exercise Joint Assault Signals Black Au... More

New Zealand Army Soldiers and U.S. Marines await to

New Zealand Army Soldiers and U.S. Marines await to

New Zealand Army Soldiers and U.S. Marines await to see illumination coordination rounds light the impact area at Waiouru Military Training Area, New Zealand, during exercise Joint Assault Signals Company Black... More

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