1st Lt. Jared Batzel, instructor from the U.S. Marine Corps Black Sea Rotational Force, gives a non-lethal weapons brief.

SPLIT, Croatia (Apr. 4, 2012) - 1st Lt. Jared Batzel (left), instructor from the U.S. Marine Corps Black Sea Rotational Force, gives a non-lethal weapons brief to (from right-front) Dr. Dragan Lozancic, Croatian assistant minister of defense, Alaskan Senator Mike Begich, Croatian Rear Adm. Ante Urlich, chief of naval operations, and U.S. Ambassador James Foley on board the High-Speed Vessel (HSV 2) Swift. Swift is a U.S. Military Sealift Command-chartered high-speed vessel currently deployed to the U.S. 6th Fleet's Area of Responsibility in support of theater security cooperation efforts. Dowload higest-resolution version(3624 by -1 pixels)

SPLIT, Croatia (Apr. 4, 2012) - 1st Lt. Jared Batzel (left), instructor from the U.S. Marine Corps Black Sea Rotational Force, gives a non-lethal weapons brief to (from right-front) Dr. Dragan Lozancic, Croatian assistant minister of defense, Alaskan Senator Mike Begich, Croatian Rear Adm. Ante Urlich, chief of naval operations, and U.S. Ambassador James Foley on board the High-Speed Vessel (HSV 2) Swift. Swift is a U.S. Military Sealift Command-chartered high-speed vessel currently deployed to the U.S. 6th Fleet's Area of Responsibility in support of theater security cooperation efforts.

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