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As a Marine Corps Infantry Officer, it's 1st Lt. Akhil Iyer's job to train and prepare his Marines to be ready for any operation.

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As a Marine Corps Infantry Officer, it’s 1st Lt. Akhil Iyer’s job to train and prepare his Marines to be ready for any operation. That sort of preparation takes careful planning. Discover what goes into a night training operation that replicates real combat scenarios as closely as possible and see how an officer prepares his men to safely accomplish their objective, even in total darkness.

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