U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl Mike Escobar/Released 050801-m-0502e-005.jpg
Jan 1, 2005
FALLUJAH, Iraq - Petty Officer 2nd Class Phillip Jean-Gilles, a corpsman working with 1st Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment's Iraqi Security Forces training cadre, demonstrates how to tie a tourniquet before a class of Iraqi soldiers and policemen here Aug. 1. Since mid-March, battalion personnel have trained approximately 600 Iraqi personnel on topics such as first aid in combat, infantry tactics, and convoy driving skills. Iraqi forces are fully integrated into every operation the battalion's Marines and sailors conduct in and around the city.
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