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UNITAS 2022: Women in Combat Arms
Marina Milagros Correa (Private Uruguayan Marine Corps) poses for a photo during exercise UNITAS LXIII aboard the USS Mesa Verde (LPD 19), Sept. 18, 2022. UNITAS, which is Latin for “unity,” was conceived in 1959 and has taken place annually since first conducted in 1960. UNITAS trains forces to conduct joint maritime operations through the execution of anti-surface, anti-submarine, anti-air, amphibious, and electronic warfare operations that enhance warfighting proficiency and increase interoperability among participating navy and marine forces. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. David Intriago)

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Photo by: Lance Cpl. David Intriago |  VIRIN: 220916-M-NA519-1019.JPG


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