Apr 10, 2014

A force of Moroccan riot-control soldiers and U.S. Marine, Army and Air Force military police officers rush to control a simulated situation of civil disorder during Exercise African Lion 14, Tifnit, Morocco. Military police officers from the U.S. Marines, Army and Air Force, along with Royal Moroccan soldiers specializing in riot-control, found common ground as enforcers of the law during African Lion 14, an annually-scheduled, multilateral training engagement that is hosted by the Kingdom of Morocco. One of the largest of its kind on the continent, the engagement shows the commitment of the participating nations to military friendships, strategic partnerships and regional and global security.

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