HOHENFELS, Germany - A Georgian soldier assigned to the 33rd Light Infantry Battalion talks to an exercise role-player during a training patrol at the Joint Multinational Training Center.

HOHENFELS, Germany, (Feb. 20, 2011) -A Georgian soldier assigned to the 33rd Light Infantry Battalion talks to an exercise role-player during a training patrol at the Joint Multinational Training Center, here. The soldier is participating in the Georgia Deployment Program- Mission Readiness Exercise, where a majority of the Marines serving as observer/controllers were from 3rd Bn, 7th Marine Regiment, mentoring the 33rd LIB before they head to Afghanistan this spring. Dowload higest-resolution version(1000 by 483 pixels)

HOHENFELS, Germany, (Feb. 20, 2011) -A Georgian soldier assigned to the 33rd Light Infantry Battalion talks to an exercise role-player during a training patrol at the Joint Multinational Training Center, here. The soldier is participating in the Georgia Deployment Program- Mission Readiness Exercise, where a majority of the Marines serving as observer/controllers were from 3rd Bn, 7th Marine Regiment, mentoring the 33rd LIB before they head to Afghanistan this spring.

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