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U.S. Army paratroopers assigned to Bull Battery, 4th Battalion, 319th Airborne Field Artillery Regiment fire a M119A3 Howitzer during a fire support coordination exercise with Royal Moroccan Armed Forces troops. This training is part of Exercise African Lion 22 in the Grier Labouhie Training Area, Morocco, from June 22 to 25, 2022.African Lion 2022 is U.S. Africa Command's largest, premier, joint, annual exercise hosted by Morocco, Ghana, Senegal and Tunisia, June 6 - 30. More than 7,500 participants from 28 nations and NATO train together with a focus on enhancing readiness for U.S. and partner nation forces. AL22 is a joint all-domain, multi-component, and multinational exercise, employing a full array of mission capabilities with the goal to strengthen interoperability among participants and set the theater for strategic access.The 173rd Airborne Brigade is the U.S. Army's Contingency Response Force in Europe, providing rapidly deployable forces to the United States European, African, and Central Command areas of responsibility. Forward deployed across Italy and Germany, the brigade routinely trains alongside NATO allies and partners to build partnerships and strengthen the alliance.(U.S. Army photo courtesy of 4-319 AFAR)

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MISAWA, Japan (May 13, 2022) – Twelve Japan Air Self-Defense Force (JASDF) F-35A Lightning IIs, two E-2C Hawkeyes, one CH47J Chinook, one U.S. Navy C-12 Huron, one EA-18G Growler, one P-8A Poseidon, and 16 U.S. Air Force F-16 Fighting Falcons taxi into position during an "Elephant Walk" at Misawa Air Base. The Elephant Walk showcased Misawa Air Base's collective readiness and ability to generate combat airpower at a moment's notice to ensure regional stability throughout the Indo-Pacific. Naval Air Facility Misawa provides aviation and ground logistics support and services to all permanent and transient U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps forces in Northern Japan. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Unique Byrd)

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