Commanders reset Marines’ training

Commanders reset Marines


FORT A.P. HILL, Va. — A Marine Sea Stallion helicopter quickly circles into a clearing in the pine forest, maneuvering to avoid being targeted by ground fire. Two Cobra attack helicopters circle overhead for protection as observers on the ground radio intelligence to a 14-member Marine special operations team.

Right on time, the huge Sea Stallion touches down and the team — many members having slept through the three-hour flight — rushes off in two lines, spreading out in tactical formation in the tall grass, their M-4 assault rifles at the ready.

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