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A multinational brigade of military policemen comprised Royal Moroccan soldiers, U.S. Marines, soldiers and airmen stage prior to walking to the designated training range for scheduled nonlethal weapons enforcement and escalation-of-force operations during African Lion 14 in Tifnit training area, Morocco March 30. Nonleathal weapons employment and escalation-of-force operations are an integral part of military operations to prevent the loss-of-life while maintaining civil disorder. During the evolution, Royal Moroccan Armed Forces soldiers, and U.S. military policemen from the Marines, Army and Air Force combined to refine a share their escalation-of-force tactics and procedures while building military partnerships and international friendships. - A multinational brigade of military policemen comprised Royal Moroccan soldiers, U.S. Marines, soldiers and airmen stage prior to walking to the designated training range for scheduled nonlethal weapons enforcement and escalation-of-force operations during African Lion 14 in Tifnit training area, Morocco March 30. Nonleathal weapons employment and escalation-of-force operations are an integral part of military operations to prevent the loss-of-life while maintaining civil disorder. During the evolution, Royal Moroccan Armed Forces soldiers, and U.S. military policemen from the Marines, Army and Air Force combined to refine a share their escalation-of-force tactics and procedures while building military partnerships and international friendships.

German 2ndLt Christian Neuman, shows a Moroccan soldier specific points to look at while analizing terrain information during an intelligence capacity building workshop as a part of Exercise African Lion 2014. Royal Moroccan intelligence personnel teamed up with U.S. Marines and German forces for a week to build understanding of the processes each use to gather information essential to a commander to make informed decisions on the battelfield. Exercise African Lion 14 is a multi-lateral and combined-joint exercise between the Kingdom of Morocco, the U.S. and other partner nations designed to strengthen relationships with participating countries by increasing understanding of each nation's military capabilities. The military-to-military portion of the exercise includes: command-post exercises with humanitarian aid and disaster relief themes; stability operations, such as nonlethal weapons training and respond-to-crisis drills; and an intelligence capability-building workshop. - German 2ndLt Christian Neuman, shows a Moroccan soldier specific points to look at while analizing terrain information during an intelligence capacity building workshop as a part of Exercise African Lion 2014. Royal Moroccan intelligence personnel teamed up with U.S. Marines and German forces for a week to build understanding of the processes each use to gather information essential to a commander to make informed decisions on the battelfield. Exercise African Lion 14 is a multi-lateral and combined-joint exercise between the Kingdom of Morocco, the U.S. and other partner nations designed to strengthen relationships with participating countries by increasing understanding of each nation's military capabilities. The military-to-military portion of the exercise includes: command-post exercises with humanitarian aid and disaster relief themes; stability operations, such as nonlethal weapons training and respond-to-crisis drills; and an intelligence capability-building workshop.

2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade