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KENITRA, Morocco - Sergeant Jared Fowler (front right), Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Squadron 234 load master, provides instruction on the employment of the rapid ground refueling system to a group of Moroccan C-130 pilots, aircrew and flight engineers during Exercise AFRICAN LION 2009 on May 22, 2009. Throughout the exercise, Ft. Worth, Texas-based Marines with VMGR-234 have been working with Moroccan C-130 pilots, aircrew and mechanics to conduct aerial refueling, low-level flight and other training. The annually scheduled, combined U.S. -Moroccan exercise is designed to improve interoperability and mutual understanding of each nation's tactics, techniques and procedures and is scheduled to run until June 4. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sergeant Rocco DeFilippis)
KENITRA, Morocco - Sergeant Jared Fowler (front right), Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Squadron 234 load master, provides instruction on the employment of the rapid ground refueling system to a group of Moroccan C-130 pilots, aircrew and flight engineers during Exercise AFRICAN LION 2009 on May 22, 2009. Throughout the exercise, Ft. Worth, Texas-based Marines with VMGR-234 have been working with Moroccan C-130 pilots, aircrew and mechanics to conduct aerial refueling, low-level flight and other training. The annually scheduled, combined U.S. -Moroccan exercise is designed to improve interoperability and mutual understanding of each nation's tactics, techniques and procedures and is scheduled to run until June 4. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sergeant Rocco DeFilippis)
KENITRA, Morocco - Sergeant Jared Fowler (front right), Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Squadron 234 load master, provides instruction on the employment of the rapid ground refueling system to a group of Moroccan C-130 pilots, aircrew and flight engineers during Exercise AFRICAN LION 2009 on May 22, 2009. Throughout the exercise, Ft. Worth, Texas-based Marines with VMGR-234 have been working with Moroccan C-130 pilots, aircrew and mechanics to conduct aerial refueling, low-level flight and other training. The annually scheduled, combined U.S. -Moroccan exercise is designed to improve interoperability and mutual understanding of each nation's tactics, techniques and procedures and is scheduled to run until June 4. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sergeant Rocco DeFilippis)
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