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    Some pics just released from USMC.mil
    Force Reconnaissance Platoon from 26th MEU. CQB training.
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    More good bash ref pics.
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    Some body armor are sprayed tan.
    Some have NVG mounts some none.
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    In the last pic, the guy to the right has a Benelli strapped to his left side
    Long is the way, and hard, that out of hell leads up to light...

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    Thanks, Dunk!

    I checked out the link, and found this.......

    The Company deployed to Iraq for Operation Iraqi Freedom-2 during February 2004 with attachments from 3d Force Reconnaissance Company, serving in Direct Support of Regimental Combat Team-7, 1st Marine Division (REIN).

    When I was over there, we only had the woodland interceptors and Kevlars....1st Force didn't have enough FSBEs and MICHs for us Reservists. So most of us spray painted our Interceptors tan. Same with their H&S....woodland Interceptors. So these are new pics from their redployment, because they have on the coyote interceptors.

    As for new gear, it's all pretty much in the pictures. The individual platoons are given a private purchase budget and can buy whatever equipment they decide the whole team needs, which is why you'll see one team with ACOGs, one with EOTechs, and one with Aimpoints, for example. A lot of guys also bought their own personal web gear....We had one that went to war with a desert Tiger Stripe chest harness! Don't ask me where he got it.....


    Joe Gagliardi

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    ONLY RED Xs....

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    Marines with the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit's Maritime Special Purpose Force (MSPF), debark a CH-46 Sea Knight helicopter after completing a Visit Board Search and Seizure exercise.
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    MARINE on the right looks like he is carrying a cutting tool.
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    What is that bag on the rightmost MARINE?
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    GO! GO! GO!
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    MARINE with the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit (Special Operations Capable)'s Maritime Special Purpose Force (MSPF) prepare to pivot and fire at targets on the flight deck.
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    Advancing Towards the Target.
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    Back Detail.
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    Right Side Detail.
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    FRECON in IRAQ with Iraqi Trainees.
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    Friggin' gold mine of photos DG! Again, thanks for taking the time to post.

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    Man I love these photos....


    What are those Coyote Brown vests all the guys are wearing up above? They look new.

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    The vest is very new- it is an eagle industries product and is called the Marine Corps- Combat Integrated Releasable Armor System or MC-CIRAS.

    The CIRAS vest isn't Marine specific- slightly different versions are coming on line for other special operations units so I bet you see a lot more of this vest.
    Someone should start making the 1/6 version now... No doubt in a couple months they'll show up in some Iraq pics and everyone will want one..

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    Also the vests you see above that don't cover the sides are also a Eagle Industries item- the Rhodesian Reconnaissance chest rig with plate carrier back

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    Thanks for the info ahab!

    I was tryin to figure out what they were wearin as well.

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    EAGLE Industries CIRAS.
    Pic from collector forum.

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    More FR in Tan coveralls.
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    MARINES appearing in '24'.
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    These guys could be FR or Army SF.
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    As always, great bash ref. I have a feeling I'll be picking up a Nomex and a few tan MICHS or two for EBT soon...
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    Originally posted by DunkleGelb
    These guys could be FR or Army SF.
    Or they had a join operation.

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    Originally posted by DunkleGelb
    Advancing Towards the Target.

    It will rocks if somebody made the 1/6 version......

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    I agree - the whole Force Recon family is a wealth of potential releases for anybody.

    Woodland
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