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Kiyokazu Tsuchida, 94, and William Darling, 89, shake hands during a ceremony held in honor of the 70th Anniversary of the landing on Peleliu, Sept 15. Tsuchida was a soldier for Japan and Darling a Marine with the 1st Marine Division during the Battle of Peleliu, a battle that has been said to be the "bitterest battle for the Marines" during World War II. (Photo by Cpl. Erik Estrada)

Marines remember the Battle of Peleliu

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September 27, 2014

PELELIU -- Rewind to 70 years earlier, and you have a 19-year-old William Darling, a private first class in the Marine Corps at the time, and Kiyokazu Tsuchida, a 24-year-old soldier fighting for the Empire of Japan, on the Island of Peleliu...

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Maj. Eric J. Williamson, from Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, monitors artillery fire missions within the Yausubetsu Maneuver Area Aug. 31 during Artillery Relocation Training Program 14-2 in Hokkaido, Japan. U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Matthew Manning/Released)

Headquarters Battery commands, controls ARTP 14-2

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September 20, 2014

YAUSUBETSU MANEUVER AREA, HOKKAIDO, Japan -- Marines with Headquarters Battery provided command and control support Aug. 28 to Sept. 3 during the battalion phase of live-fire artillery training as part of Artillery Relocation Training Program 14-...

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Camp Courtney

Col. Michael W. Taylor
CSM - Sgt. Maj. Michael R. Saucedo
Deputy - Dr. Ray Welch
622-9476

Lodging: Courtney Lodge - 622-9578
               Courtney Billeting - 622-9578
Camp Services: 622-9596
Bush Medical Clinic: 622-7632

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Cpl. Devin S. Stevens, left, calls in fire missions Aug. 31 at the Yausubetsu Maneuver Area during Artillery Relocation Training Program 14-2. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Matthew Manning/Released)

Forward observers guide rounds during ARTP 14-2

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September 20, 2014

YAUSUBETSU MANEUVER AREA, HOKKAIDO, Japan -- During any live-fire artillery training, success is based on achieving a level of proficiency, not on the number of rounds fired.

For Marines taking part in Artillery Relocation Training...

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