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Marines Test Out Alternative Energy System at African Lion
Marine Corps Reserve Col. Anthony Fernandez, commanding officer of Task Force African Lion here, inspects the solar panel of an Expeditionary Forward Operating Base module during the testing phase of this sustainable energy initiative here, May 19.  The ExFOB is designed primarily for use by small Marine Corps units at forward operating bases in Afghanistan.  Fernandez commands more than 700 active duty and reserve Marines and sailors from Marine Forces Reserve, as well as U.S. Army and Air National Guard units which are participating in this annual theater security cooperation exercise.

Marine Corps Reserve Col. Anthony Fernandez, commanding officer of Task Force African Lion here, inspects the solar panel of an Expeditionary Forward Operating Base module during the testing phase of this sustainable energy initiative here, May 19. The ExFOB is designed primarily for use by small Marine Corps units at forward operating bases in Afghanistan. Fernandez commands more than 700 active duty and reserve Marines and sailors from Marine Forces Reserve, as well as U.S. Army and Air National Guard units which are participating in this annual theater security cooperation exercise.

Marines Test Out Alternative Energy System at African Lion