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Scenes from NMCB 3 Jungle Warfare Training

Jan. 15, 2016 | By Seabee Magazine
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VIRIN: 160115-N-XZ182-0098
CECN Jacob H. Raines, NMCB 3, fights through knee-high mud and water while running a six-hour endurance course at the Marine Corps Jungle Warfare Training Center, Okinawa, Japan, Jan. 12. NMCB 3 is deployed to several countries in the Pacific Area of Operations conducting construction operations and humanitarian assistance projects. (Photo by MC1 Michael Gomez/160112-N-YG415-010)
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VIRIN: 160115-N-XZ182-0099
Lt. j.g. Collin T. Sturdivant, NMCB 3, pulls his teammate up to reach the top of a wall obstacle during a six-hour endurance course at the Marine Corps Jungle Warfare Training Center (JWTC), Okinawa, Japan, Jan. 12. The JWTC endurance course tests the Seabees will, stamina and the ability to work together as a team. (Photo by MC1 Michael Gomez/160112-N-YG415-041)
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VIRIN: 160115-N-XZ182-0100
Ens. Frank S. Sysko, NMCB 3, holds his breath while he exits a mud-filled trench during a jungle warfare training evolution hosted by Marines with the Jungle Warfare Training Center, Okinawa, Japan, Jan 12. (Photo by MC1 Michael Gomez/160112-N-YG415-115)
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VIRIN: 160115-N-XZ182-0101
CM2 Oscar C. Delarosa, NMCB 3, gasps for air after crawling through muddy trenches during a 3.8-mile obstacle course at the Jungle Warfare Training Center, located in the Northern Training Area on the island of Okinawa, Japan, Jan. 12. (Photo by MC1 Michael Gomez/160112-N-YG415-116)
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VIRIN: 160115-N-XZ182-0102
Seabees with NMCB 3 work together to exit a mud-filled trench during a jungle warfare training evolution hosted by Marines with the Jungle Warfare Training Center, Okinawa, Japan, Jan. 12. (Photo by MC1 Michael Gomez/160112-N-YG415-122)
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VIRIN: 160115-N-XZ182-0103
CM2 Shawn P. Conley, NMCB 3, traverses a mud-filled trench during a jungle warfare training evolution hosted by Marines with the Jungle Warfare Training Center, Okinawa, Japan, Jan. 12. (Photo by MC1 Michael Gomez/160112-N-YG415-129)
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VIRIN: 160115-N-XZ182-0104
CM1 Joshua W. Karr, NMCB 3, takes a moment to collect himself after crawling through a mud-filled trench, as he prepares to lead his team through the next training evolution during jungle warfare training hosted by Marines with the Jungle Warfare Training Center, Okinawa, Japan, Jan. 12. (Photo by MC1 Michael Gomez/160112-N-YG415-153)
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VIRIN: 160115-N-XZ182-0105
Seabees from NMCB 3 carry a mock casualty on an improvised stretcher through the jungle while running a six-hour endurance course at the Marine Corps Jungle Warfare Training Center (JWTC), Okinawa, Japan, Jan. 12. A total of 49 NMCB 3 Seabees attended the five-day JWTC course. (Photo by MC1 Michael Gomez/160112-N-YG415-159)

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