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Hawaii's Quick Reaction Force conducts quarterly training June 29, 2015 — Members of the Hawaii Army National Guard Quick Reaction Force team conducted quarterly training here June 26, 2015.The QRF is an element of the Hawaii Army National Guard that must deploy within a MORE

No Limits: U.S. Marines, Gabonese train at Cooperative Security Location June 26, 2015 — U.S. Marines hosted more than 40 Gabonese military members aboard their Cooperative Security Location in Libreville, Gabon, to learn about generator maintenance and non-lethal weapons tactics and MORE

Marines, French Gendarmerie quiet the riots June 24, 2015 — Crisis-response Marines held their position alongside men and women from the Escadron de Gendarmerie Mobile, a unit with France’s national police force known as the Gendarmerie, while more than 50 MORE

2nd Law Enforcement Battalion conducts crowd control training during exercise Tradewinds 2015 June 16, 2015 — Members of 2nd Law Enforcement Battalion, 2nd Marine Division, conducted crowd control training event for partner nations participating in phase II of exercise Tradewinds 2015 at Price Barracks June MORE

Training with High-Tech Hailer System on the Hudson June 10, 2015 — New York Naval Militia members teamed up with members of the New York Air National Guard, New York State Police and New York Police Department to train on the latest loud speakers here on April 23 and MORE

Non-lethal elective course enrollment rising; Courses’ Range Day remains highlight May 21, 2015 — The Department of Defense Non-Lethal Weapons Program uses a variety of educational programs to promote increased understanding of non-lethal weapons and technologies. These efforts and others are MORE

Army uses Hollywood technique to test Soldier-equipment interactions May 11, 2015 — The Army is using a Vicon-infrared, marker-tracking system to capture performance data of Soldiers using experimental weapons or equipment, John Riedener said.It is the same technique Hollywood uses MORE

FAST Marines Participate in Marine Readiness Exercise May 11, 2015 — Tension runs high as 10 to 15 Marines stand their post at a gate, yelling orders to each other and commands to a simulated crowd. Suddenly, an object is thrown through the air at the Marines, the MORE

Flash-Bang Mortars: Nonlethal stun grenades in development could enable troops to counter insurgent attacks without risking civilian casualties May 5, 2015 — In today’s complex fighting environment, insurgents are known to shoot mortars from inside highly populated civilian areas. U.S. troops are unable to fire back without risking the lives of innocent MORE

Evaluating Non-Lethal Weapons for military operations at Army War College April 30, 2015 — You’d be hard-pressed to find an ‘old school’ lecture approach to elective education here. After oral comprehensive exams formally close out the core courses, students select the elective courses MORE

New York Naval Militia will train with new loudspeaker system on Hudson River Friday April 23, 2015 — New York Naval Militia members will be conducting training with a high-tech loudspeaker system on the Hudson River in the vicinity of Peekskill and Verplanck on Friday, April 24.The system, made by MORE

Developing Non-Lethal Weapons: The Human Effects Characterization Process April 20, 2015 — Armed only with lethal force, and facing vehicles that didn’t stop, U.S. warfighters manning a checkpoint in Iraq were left with a difficult choice—engagement with lethal force against an unknown MORE

2/6 Marines complete riot-control training March 31, 2015 — “Shields!” shouts the platoon leader.The formation shifts as all shields and batons come up to the ready position.“Move!” He shouts again.In the early morning, an overcast sky bore down on the 68 MORE

2/6 Marines learn riot-control techniques with non-lethal weapons March 26, 2015 — Infantrymen with Golf Company, 2nd Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment, and artillerymen with Echo Battery, 2/6, trained with non-lethal weapons aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, on MORE

Expeditionary Operations: Marines teach non-lethal tactics March 25, 2015 — The sun is beating down on a large, open field of grass and tangled weeds. Short, deafening blasts cut through the sounds of M203 and M32 grenade launchers firing. Marines charge towards enemy forces MORE

Marines’ pepper spray training brutal but necessary law enforcement exercise March 12, 2015 — More than 20 Marines stood in line in an open field, heads tucked into their chests as cold rain pattered down on them.With arms wrapped against their bodies, they stewed in anticipation, telling MORE

7th Marines conduct embassy reinforcement training February 17, 2015 — LOS ALAMITOS RESERVE CENTER AND AIR STATION, Calif. – Marines with Company K, 3rd Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, conducted embassy reinforcement training on Joint Forces Training Base Los Alamitos, MORE

Keeping a watchful eye January 30, 2015 — JOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD, Wash. – “Two steps forward, move!” The command echoed across a mass formation of Soldiers. In unison, they boomed “one, two” as they marched closer to a group of simulated MORE

SECNAV Establishes Task Force Innovation January 22, 2015 — Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) Ray Mabus announced the establishment of Task Force Innovation (TFI) within the Department of the Navy Jan. 22.Consisting of subject matter experts from across the MORE

Marines with 3/7 train for crisis response January 8, 2015 — CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. – “Death to America” was spelled out in large black and red lettering on a poster board, held by an Arabic man. The man was among a group of other Arabic role-players who MORE

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