Training maneuvers during Operation Alligator Hide at the White Beach Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton in California, United States. An M-48 tank parked in a grassy area. Marines on the top hatch of the tank. A portion of the tank in view parked in a bushy area. The tank with the Marines moving over a grassy field. A helicopter flying low over fields and hills. The parked M-48 tank and the Marines standing beside the tank. The Marines holding M-14 rifles looking towards several other Marines with M-14 rifles moving across a dirt area. A Marine standing beside a barbed wire and wood fence speaks to other Marines. One of the Marines with a PRC-25 radio. One of the Marines kneels on the ground with an M-14 rifle at the ready. A bushy area in view. Simulation: The Marines moving in the area with two villagers. One of the villagers is wearing a straw hat. The Marines with the villagers standing in a dirt area. View of the Marines standing and talking in the dirt area. Two Marines with M-14 rifles at the ready walk while escorting a prisoner who has his hands behind neck. One of them has a PRC-25 radio on his back. One of the Marines turns and motions his hand as another prisoner enters. A few Marines with M-14 rifles at the ready, stand guarding the prisoners standing with hands behind necks.
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