February 29, 2020
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Joint Military Training in Okinawa


COMBINING THE FLIGHTLINE,
RADAR SYSTEMS NAVAL SHIPS AND A MUD COVERED
ENDURANCE COURSE IS WHAT MAKES THE OKINAWA JOINT
EXPERIENCE UNIQUE. THE PURPOSE BEHIND THIS
WEEK IS TO GET SOME JOINT INTERGRATION DONE
MAYBE AT THE MIDGRADE NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER
LEVEL AND GET THEM EDUCATED ON WHAT ALL THE
OTHER SERVICES ARE DOING. AND HOW THEY CAN BE A
PART OF THE EXPERIENCE ON OKINAWA. WE GOT TO KNOW HOW EACH
COMPONENT OPERATES INDIVIDUALY AND THEN
TOGETHER AS A WHOLE. WE OPERATE IN THE
JOINT WORLD NOWADAYS. AND ITS VERY IMPORTANT
THAY WE KNOW WHAT EACH OTHER DOES ON
A DAILY BASIS. THE FUTURE SUCCESSES OF
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY DEPEND ON OUR ABILITY
TO WORK TOGETHER IN THE PRESENT. WHAT I HOPE THEY TAKE
BACK IS BOTH A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE OF THE WORLD
WE LIVE AND OPERATE IN AND THAT THEY TRY AND WORK
TO ELIMINATE SCENES THAT COULD BE A BARRIER
TO TEAMWORK. REPORTING FROM
OKINAWA JAPAN, I’M MARINE CORPORAL
LOGAN RIDENOUR.

Tony wyaad

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