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A building in the town of Divillikan, a province of Isabella, in the Republic of the Philippines, lies damaged from the Super Typhoon Juan. Members of the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit conduct initial bilateral recovery efforts in Isabela Province, Republic of the Philippines Oct. 21. The Philippine government requested assistance from the 31st MEU after Super Typhoon Juan caused damage throughout the area. According to the Philippine National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council, the storm has thus far left 19 dead and 24 injured, along with more than 11,000 people displaced and more than 330,000 people affected. The 31st MEU is positioned close to Northern Luzon to be available for assistance as needed. - A building in the town of Divillikan, a province of Isabella, in the Republic of the Philippines, lies damaged from the Super Typhoon Juan. Members of the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit conduct initial bilateral recovery efforts in Isabela Province, Republic of the Philippines Oct. 21. The Philippine government requested assistance from the 31st MEU after Super Typhoon Juan caused damage throughout the area. According to the Philippine National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council, the storm has thus far left 19 dead and 24 injured, along with more than 11,000 people displaced and more than 330,000 people affected. The 31st MEU is positioned close to Northern Luzon to be available for assistance as needed.

1st Lt. Ramon Deleon, Amphibious Assault Vehicle platoon commander, Battalion Landing Team 1st Battalion, 7th Marines, 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit, directs his AAV toward the mission objective. The 31st MEU conducted a bilateral mechanized amphibious landing in partnership with the Philippine Marine Corps, allowing both Marine forces to gain shared experiences. The bilateral training advances security cooperation between the two nations and prepares the forces for potential real-world scenarios. The 31st MEU remains always ready to respond to crises, and always faithful to assist where needed. - 1st Lt. Ramon Deleon, Amphibious Assault Vehicle platoon commander, Battalion Landing Team 1st Battalion, 7th Marines, 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit, directs his AAV toward the mission objective. The 31st MEU conducted a bilateral mechanized amphibious landing in partnership with the Philippine Marine Corps, allowing both Marine forces to gain shared experiences. The bilateral training advances security cooperation between the two nations and prepares the forces for potential real-world scenarios. The 31st MEU remains always ready to respond to crises, and always faithful to assist where needed.

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