a squadron head of the Marine amphibious reconnaissance
and patrol unit, purchased his own gear, including an anti-bullet helmet and vest, for a recent military exercise.
The Light Armored Vehicle (LAV) is an eight-wheeled amphibious reconnaissance
vehicle used by the United States Marine Corps for a variety of functions, including security, command and control, reconnaissance, and assault (Figure 1).
The framework of the program of instruction emphasizes the indirect approach, irregular warfare, counterinsurgency, and amphibious reconnaissance