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Maroc – Etats-Unis : « US Fleet Anti-Terrorism Security Team » en exercice de formation avec la Police Marocaine à Rabat (12 photos)

Maroc, Rabat le 25 mai 2017 – US Fleet Anti-terrorism Security Team – Les marines de Alpha Company L’équipe de sécurité du 1er peloton de lutte contre le terrorisme (FASTEUR) était en entraînement à Rabat avec la police marocaine lors d’un premier exercice de formation afin de renforcer l’interopérabilité avec les forces d’intervention du Royaume du Maroc et de préparer un plan d’intervention coordonné pour toute urgence imprévue.

RABAT, Morocco (May 24, 2017) Marines from Alpha Company 1st Platoon Fleet Anti-terrorism Security Team, Company Europe (FASTEUR), take a break from an embassy engagement exercise with Moroccan Police to take some pictures in Rabat, Morocco. FASTEUR was in Rabat conducting an embassy training exercise to strengthen interoperability with host nation response forces and prepare a coordinated response for any unforeseen emergency. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Russell R. Rhodes Jr./Released)
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RABAT, Morocco (May 24, 2017) Marines from Alpha Company 1st Platoon Fleet Anti-terrorism Security Team, Company Europe (FASTEUR), debrief after executing a Close Quarters Battle drill in Rabat, Morocco. FASTEUR was in Rabat conducting an embassy training exercise to strengthen interoperability with host nation response forces and prepare a coordinated response plan for any unforeseen emergency. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Russell R. Rhodes Jr./Released)
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RABAT, Morocco (May 23, 2017) Marine Lance Corporal Kristopher Harvey, a rifleman in Alpha Company 1st Platoon Fleet Anti-terrorism Security Team, Company Europe (FASTEUR), takes aim at a during a live fire training exercise in Rabat, Morocco. FASTEUR was in Rabat conducting the first embassy training exercise to happen within AFRICOM in order to strengthen interoperability with host nation response forces and prepare a coordinated response plan for any unforeseen emergency. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Russell R. Rhodes Jr./Released)
Source : https://www.dvidshub.net/image/3453078/170523-n-uj417-371

RABAT, Morocco (May 23, 2017) Marine Corporal Austin Loppe, first team leader, first squad with Alpha Company 1st Platoon Fleet Anti-terrorism Security Team, Company Europe (FASTEUR), instructs a Moroccan Police officer during a live fire training exercise in Rabat, Morocco. The live fire training exercise was part of the first embassy engagement exercise held within AFRICOM and Morocco was selected to host the training exercise because their forward-looking emergency plan posture, excellent law enforcement and security agencies, and our long and strong bilateral cooperation made it an ideal environment for both nations to gain from the event. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Russell R. Rhodes Jr./Released)
Source : https://www.dvidshub.net/image/3453723/170523-n-uj417-040

RABAT, Morocco (May 25, 2017) Marine Lance Corporal Luke Adams, a rifleman with Alpha Company 1st Platoon Fleet Anti-terrorism Security Team, Company Europe (FASTEUR), prepares to file into a column during a Non-Lethal Combatant techniques demonstration for Moroccan Police in Rabat, Morocco. FASTEUR was in Rabat training with Moroccan Police during the first embassy training exercise within AFRICOM to strengthen interoperability with host nation response forces and prepare a coordinated response plan for any unforeseen emergency. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Russell R. Rhodes Jr./Released)
Source : https://www.dvidshub.net/image/3453738/170525-n-uj417-050

RABAT, Morocco (May 25, 2017) Marine Lance Corporal Jamarcus Jackson, a rifleman in Alpha Company 1st Platoon Fleet Anti-terrorism Security Team, Company Europe (FASTEUR), shares a Meal Ready to Eat (MRE) with a Moroccan Police officer during a training exercise in Rabat, Morocco. FASTEUR was in Rabat conducting the first embassy training exercise within AFRICOM to strengthen interoperability with host nation response forces and embassy security staff in the event of an unforeseen emergency. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Russell R. Rhodes Jr./Released)
Source : https://www.dvidshub.net/image/3453561/170525-n-uj417-136

RABAT, Morocco (May 23, 2017) Marine Lance Corporal Alejandro Muniz, a rifleman in Alpha Company 1st Platoon Fleet Anti-Terrorism Security Team, Company Europe (FASTEUR), stares down range alongside Moroccan Police during a live fire training exercise in Rabat Morocco. The live fire training exercise was part of the first embassy training exercise held within AFRICOM and Morocco was selected to host the exercise because their forward-looking emergency plan posture, excellent law enforcement and security agencies, and our long and strong bilateral cooperation made it an ideal environment for both nations to gain from the event. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Russell R. Rhodes Jr./Released)
Source : https://www.dvidshub.net/image/3453246/170523-n-uj417-035

RABAT, Morocco (May 23, 2017) Marine Lance Corporal Jason Bell, an automatic rifleman in Alpha Company 1st Platoon Fleet Anti-terrorism Security Team, Company Europe (FASTEUR), walks off the gun range during a live fire training exercise in Rabat, Morocco. FASTEUR was in Rabat conducting the first ever embassy training exercise within AFRICOM to strengthen interoperability with host nation response forces and prepare a coordinated response plan for any unforeseen emergency. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Russell R. Rhodes Jr./Released)
Source : https://www.dvidshub.net/image/3452811/170523-n-uj417-032

RABAT, Morocco (May 24,2017) Marine Sergeant Anthony King, first squad leader with Alpha Company 1st Platoon Fleet Anti-terrorism Security Team, Company Europe (FASTEUR), oversees Moroccan Police as they execute various Close Quarters Battle techniques in Rabat, Morocco. FASTEUR was in Rabat to train with Moroccan Police and U.S. Embassy Security during the first embassy training exercise within AFRICOM to strengthen interoperability and prepare a coordinated response plan for any unforeseen emergency. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Russell R. Rhodes Jr./Released)
Source : https://www.dvidshub.net/image/3452769/170524-n-uj417-005

RABAT, Morocco (May 23, 2017) Marine Lance Corporal Luke Adams, a rifleman in Alpha Company 1st Platoon Fleet Anti-terrorism Security Team, Company Europe (FASTEUR), fires rounds from a M4 rifle during a live fire training exercise in Rabat, Morocco. FASTEUR was in Rabat to train with Moroccan Police and U.S. Embassy Security during the first embassy training exercise within AFRICOM to strengthen interoperability and prepare a coordinated response plan for any unforeseen emergency. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Russell R. Rhodes Jr./Released)
Source : https://www.dvidshub.net/image/3452763/170523-n-uj417-076

RABAT, Morocco (May 24,2017) Marine Corporal Austin Loppe, first team leader, first squad, and Corporal Matthew Lawson, first team leader, second squad with Alpha Company 1st Platoon Fleet Anti-terrorism Security Team, Company Europe (FASTEUR), secure a hallway during a Close Quarters Battle exercise in Rabat, Morocco. FASTEUR was in Rabat conducting the first ever embassy training exercise within AFRICOM to train with host nation response forces and prepare a coordinated response plan for any unforeseen emergency. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Russell R. Rhodes Jr./Released)
Source : https://www.dvidshub.net/image/3452655/170524-n-uj417-006

RABAT, Morocco (May 25, 2017) Marines from Alpha Company 1st Platoon Fleet Anti-terrorism Security Team, Company Europe (FASTEUR), learn a traditional Moroccan dance from Moroccan police during a training exercise in Rabat, Morocco. FASTEUR was in Rabat conducting an embassy engagement exercise to strengthen interoperability with host nation response forces and prepare a coordinated response plan for any unforeseen emergency. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Russell R. Rhodes Jr./Released)
Source : https://www.dvidshub.net/image/3452607/170525-n-uj417-150

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