Petty Officer 2nd Class Brad Olton, right, a Navy hospital corpsman with Special Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force South, and a native of Kingston, Jamaica, provides a stressful environment by yelling at Peruvian Marines for the final exercise of a Combat Lifesaver course during a theater security cooperation bi-lateral exchange at Peruvian Marine Corps Base Ancon, Peru, Sept. 2, 2014. The exrcise covered medical treatment, improvised explosive device detection, mixed martial arts and combat marksmanship to confront what was described as “transnational security challenges through integrated and coordinated approaches.”
Petty Officer 2nd Class Brad Olton, right, a Navy hospital corpsman with Special Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force South, and a native of Kingston, Jamaica, provides a stressful environment by yelling at Peruvian Marines for the final exercise of a Combat Lifesaver course during a theater security cooperation bi-lateral exchange at Peruvian Marine Corps Base Ancon, Peru, Sept. 2, 2014. The exrcise covered medical treatment, improvised explosive device detection, mixed martial arts and combat marksmanship to confront what was described as “transnational security challenges through integrated and coordinated approaches.” CPL. CHRISTOPHER J. MOORE US MARINES
Petty Officer 2nd Class Brad Olton, right, a Navy hospital corpsman with Special Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force South, and a native of Kingston, Jamaica, provides a stressful environment by yelling at Peruvian Marines for the final exercise of a Combat Lifesaver course during a theater security cooperation bi-lateral exchange at Peruvian Marine Corps Base Ancon, Peru, Sept. 2, 2014. The exrcise covered medical treatment, improvised explosive device detection, mixed martial arts and combat marksmanship to confront what was described as “transnational security challenges through integrated and coordinated approaches.” CPL. CHRISTOPHER J. MOORE US MARINES

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