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On February 8, 2017, Marines attached to Combat Engineer Officer course 2-17 (CEO 2-17) remove a ramp unit from a Medium Girder Bridge. During their period of instruction, CEO students learn how to plan for and construct a Medium Girder Bridge.  Pictured from left to right:  Second Lieutenants Carlos Perez, Manuel Ramirez, and Wesley Rathwick.
CEO 2-17 Medium Girder Bridge
On February 8, 2017, Marines attached to Combat Engineer Officer course 2-17 (CEO 2-17) remove a ramp unit from a Medium Girder Bridge. During their period of instruction, CEO students learn how to plan for and construct a Medium Girder Bridge. Pictured from left to right: Second Lieutenants Carlos Perez, Manuel Ramirez, and Wesley Rathwick.
On February 8, 2017, Marines attached to Combat Engineer Officer course 2-17 (CEO 2-17) remove a top panel from the Medium Girder Bridge after retrieving the bridge out of the gap. During their period of instruction, CEO students learn how to plan for and construct a Medium Girder Bridge.  Pictured from left to right:  Second Lieutenants Mitch Bottini, Kerri Hands, and Manuel Ramirez.
CEO 2-17 Medium Girder Bridge
On February 8, 2017, Marines attached to Combat Engineer Officer course 2-17 (CEO 2-17) remove a top panel from the Medium Girder Bridge after retrieving the bridge out of the gap. During their period of instruction, CEO students learn how to plan for and construct a Medium Girder Bridge. Pictured from left to right: Second Lieutenants Mitch Bottini, Kerri Hands, and Manuel Ramirez.
On January 24, 2017 at Courthouse Bay, Camp Lejeune, N.C., Marines attached to Combat Engineer Officer course 2-17 (CEO 2-17) install a prefabricated wood frame wall as part of the practical application portion of their lesson on vertical construction. CEO students learn how to plan and construct single-story structures during this period of instruction.  Pictured from left to right are Second Lieutenants Wesley Rathwick, Chase Alexanian, Carlos Perez, Cody Murphy, and Mitchell Bottini.
CEO 2-17 Prefabricated Wood Frame
On January 24, 2017 at Courthouse Bay, Camp Lejeune, N.C., Marines attached to Combat Engineer Officer course 2-17 (CEO 2-17) install a prefabricated wood frame wall as part of the practical application portion of their lesson on vertical construction. CEO students learn how to plan and construct single-story structures during this period of instruction. Pictured from left to right are Second Lieutenants Wesley Rathwick, Chase Alexanian, Carlos Perez, Cody Murphy, and Mitchell Bottini.
On January 17, 2017, Second Lieutenant Mitchell Bottini performs the Ground Casualty Evacuation portion of the MOS Specific Physical Standards (MSPS) evaluation.  This is one of five MSPS events and it is a 50-meter movement which simulates moving from a covered and concealed position to a casualty's position and dragging that casualty out of direct fire to a safe position.
CEO 2-17 Ground Casualty Evacuation MSPS
On January 17, 2017, Second Lieutenant Mitchell Bottini performs the Ground Casualty Evacuation portion of the MOS Specific Physical Standards (MSPS) evaluation. This is one of five MSPS events and it is a 50-meter movement which simulates moving from a covered and concealed position to a casualty's position and dragging that casualty out of direct fire to a safe position.
On January 17, 2017 Second Lieutenant Cody Murphy completes the Anti-Personnel Obstacle Breaching System (APOBS) Rush portion during the MOS Specific Physical Standards (MSPS) evaluation, which is one of five MSPS events.  While wearing the fighting load and carrying a simulated APOBS pack assembly, Marines are required to run a total of 150-meters through a maneuver course over flat terrain within a time limit of 1 minute and 12 seconds.
CEO 2-17 APOBS Rush MSPS
On January 17, 2017 Second Lieutenant Cody Murphy completes the Anti-Personnel Obstacle Breaching System (APOBS) Rush portion during the MOS Specific Physical Standards (MSPS) evaluation, which is one of five MSPS events. While wearing the fighting load and carrying a simulated APOBS pack assembly, Marines are required to run a total of 150-meters through a maneuver course over flat terrain within a time limit of 1 minute and 12 seconds.
On January 5, 2017, Marines attached to Combat Engineer Officer course 2-17 (CEO 2-17) conduct a soils stabilization test.  CEO students learn how to analyze soil stability and incorporate the results into their planning process for construction.  Pictured from left to right are Second Lieutenants Chase Alexanian, Beth Park, and Margo Darragh.
CEO 2-17 Soils Stabilization
On January 5, 2017, Marines attached to Combat Engineer Officer course 2-17 (CEO 2-17) conduct a soils stabilization test. CEO students learn how to analyze soil stability and incorporate the results into their planning process for construction. Pictured from left to right are Second Lieutenants Chase Alexanian, Beth Park, and Margo Darragh.