Military policemen with the Provost Marshal Office’s Special Reactions Team Marine Corps Installations Pacific-Marine Corps Base Camp Butler, Japan, conducting an active shooter reaction exercise on Nov. 20, 2014, at Camp Courtney’s Post Exchange.
A Marine with the Special Reaction Team fires an M4 Carbine during a sustainment training exercise in Charleston, S.C., Oct. 23. The SRT is a part of the Provost Marshal’s Office and provides a quick-reaction force for extreme situations.
Two US Marine Corps (USMC) Special Reaction Team (SRT) members (both standing) cover USMC Sergeant (SGT) Mark Thompson (kneeling, hands secured) and USMC Lance Corporal (LCPL) William Papple (not in image), both playing the role of perpetrators who had taken a hostage, during a Force Protection Exercise (FPEX) being conducted on Camp Smedley D. Butler, Okinawa, Japan (JPN). This phase of the base-wide FPEX was conducted so that the Camp Foster USMC SRT could test and improve their base security procedures and emergency situation response time in preparation for a real event.
Team members with the Special Reaction Team, Provost Marshal’s Office, Headquarters Battalion, Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center, engages targets with MP5 Submachineguns and M-4 assault rifles during a training exercise at MCAGCC, Twentynine Palms, Calif., July 21, 2009.