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The Marine Corps Engineer School and U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Special Operations Command conducted a joint Small Unit Water Survivability and Sustainability Course at Courthouse Bay aboard Camp Lejeune, N.C., December 12, 2016.  In attendance were medical personnel from MARSOC, 2nd Reconnaissance Battalion, and the U.S. Army Special Operations Command.  The day-long training included classroom and practical application on how to conduct a water reconnaissance and effectively treat, store, and monitor safe potable water under austere deployment conditions unique to the Special Operations Command.  Attendees were provided hands-on training of small, mobile equipment capable of purifying sufficient quantities of natural water to meet the requirements of individual and team assets.  The course was collaboratively instructed by Marine Corps Engineer School, MARSOC Health Service Support/G4, and field water experts from the Navy and Marine Public Health Center and Army Public Health Center.
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Dec 16, 2016
Camp Lejeune - The Marine Corps Engineer School and U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Special Operations Command conducted a joint Small Unit Water Survivability and Sustainability Course at Courthouse Bay aboard Camp Lejeune, N.C., December 12, 2016. In attendance were medical personnel from MARSOC, 2nd Reconnaissance Battalion, and the U.S. Army Special Operations Command. The day-long training included classroom and practical application on how to conduct a water reconnaissance and effectively treat, store, and monitor safe potable water under austere deployment conditions unique to the Special Operations Command. Attendees were provided hands-on training of small, mobile equipment capable of purifying sufficient quantities of natural water to meet the requirements of individual and team assets. The course was collaboratively instructed by Marine Corps Engineer School, MARSOC Health Service Support/G4, and field water experts from the Navy and Marine Public Health Center and Army Public Health Center.


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