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Caretakers and children from the Nagomi Nursing Home for Children choose food from the salad bar of the Camp Kinser mess hall during a tour of the camp Aug. 3. During the tour, the group visited a storage warehouse, the mess hall, the Battle of Okinawa historical display and the bowling alley. The tour provided an opportunity for the children to experience a different culture and to develop relationships with Marines and sailors. The tour was led by Marines and sailors with 3rd Supply Battalion, Combat Logistics Regiment 35, 3rd Marine Logistics Group, III Marine Expeditionary Force. - Caretakers and children from the Nagomi Nursing Home for Children choose food from the salad bar of the Camp Kinser mess hall during a tour of the camp Aug. 3. During the tour, the group visited a storage warehouse, the mess hall, the Battle of Okinawa historical display and the bowling alley. The tour provided an opportunity for the children to experience a different culture and to develop relationships with Marines and sailors. The tour was led by Marines and sailors with 3rd Supply Battalion, Combat Logistics Regiment 35, 3rd Marine Logistics Group, III Marine Expeditionary Force.

Petty Officer 2nd Class Nico DaSilva, right, checks the heartbeat of a mock casualty Aug. 1 during a forward resuscitative care course at the Simulated Trauma Advanced Training Center, Camp Foster. The course familiarized corpsman in the areas of collecting, clearing, treating, holding and evacuating casualties in the Navy’s forward-deployed echelon, while in support of Marine Air-Ground Task Force operations, according to Petty Officer 2nd Class Jerricson B. Peralta, an instructor with the center and a hospital corpsman with the battalion. DaSilva is also a corpsman with the battalion. - Petty Officer 2nd Class Nico DaSilva, right, checks the heartbeat of a mock casualty Aug. 1 during a forward resuscitative care course at the Simulated Trauma Advanced Training Center, Camp Foster. The course familiarized corpsman in the areas of collecting, clearing, treating, holding and evacuating casualties in the Navy’s forward-deployed echelon, while in support of Marine Air-Ground Task Force operations, according to Petty Officer 2nd Class Jerricson B. Peralta, an instructor with the center and a hospital corpsman with the battalion. DaSilva is also a corpsman with the battalion.

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