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Brothers in arms.

U.S. Marine Corps, Republic of Korea Marines Corps, New Zealand Army and Australian Army conduct amphibious assault training at Doksukri Beach, South Korea, during Exercise Ssang Yong 16. 

Ssang Yong 16 is a biennial military exercise focused on strengthening the amphibious landing capabilities of the U.S. and its allies. 

(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Briauna Birl, 12 MAR 2016.)

Am vazut asa ceva pe strada si m-am gandit de ce s-a intamplat sa existe. Ce designer a vrut sa i-o traga companiei Ssang Yong convingandu-i (cu ceva droguri psihotropice in ajutor evident) sa produca asa ceva. Ma intreb ce o fi fost in mintea oamenilor astora cand au hotarat ei sa produca minunatia asta. Dar in mintea muncitorilor ce o asamblau saracii? Oare cati oameni au fost dispusi in Romania sa plateasca peste 20.000 de euro cam cat face masina. Costa nu face. Oricum, o maretie a designului contemporan. Poate ca se poate mai rau. Eu m-am gandit sa ii fac reclama. Dupa cum se vede mai sus.

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US and South Korean Military Storm Simulated Assault on North Korean Beach

Marines from the U.S. and Republic of Korea successfully practiced an amphibious assault on beaches in the Southeast Coast of South Korea. Assault Amphibious Vehicles with Republic of Korea Marine Corps assault the beaches in the city of Pohang, ROK, during landing day of Exercise Ssang Yong 16, March 12, 

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U.S. Marines and Sailors with the 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit participated in the kick-off event for Exercise Ssang Yong by sending amphibious assualt vehicles from the USS Harpers Ferry to Hwajinri beach in South Korea March 12,2016. Exercise Ssang Yong is a biennial combined amphibious exercise conducted by forward-deployed U.S. forces with the Republic of Korea Navy and Marine Corps, Australian Army and Royal New Zealand Army Forces in order to strengthen our interoperability and working relationships across a wide range of military operations - from disaster relief to complex expeditionary operations. 

(U.S. Marine Corps photos by Sgt. Briauna Birl/Released)

Marines conduct raid training during Ssang Yong 14

U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Kyle Hatchison a Machine Gunner with Combined Anti Armor Team 2, Weapons Company, 2nd Battalion 3rd Marines, 3D Marine Division, takes cover in brush at a live fire training event during exercise Ssang Yong 14 at Suesongri, South Korea, March 26, 2014. Exercise Ssang Yong 14 is conducted annually in the Republic of Korea (ROK) to enhance interoperablility between U.S. and ROK forces by performing a full spectrum of amphibious operations while showcasing sea-based power projection in the Pacific. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl Tyler S. Dietrich/ Released)

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U.S. Marines storm the beach under the security of ROK amphibious assault vehicles during a rehearsal for the amphibious assault portion of exercise Ssang Yong 2014 at Dokseok, Republic of Korea March 29. Ssang Yong demonstrates the ROK-U.S. Navy and Marine Corps’ responsive amphibious and expeditionary capabilities from the sea. Forward-deployed and forward-based U.S. Marine forces, in conjunction with U.S. allies, have the unique ability to provide rapid force deployment for the full range of military operations, specifically in the Pacific region. The Marines are with Company G, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, currently assigned to 4th Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division, III Marine Expeditionary Force under the unit deployment program.

(U. S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Anthony J. Kirby/Released)