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On April 10, 2017, Marines attached to Combat Engineer Officer course 3-17 (CEO 3-17) emplace ramp units on a single story medium girder bridge. During their period of instruction, CEO students learn to employ single story, double story, and double story with link reinforcement system medium girder bridges; in order to plan for troop movement across gaps. Pictured from left to right:  Second Lieutenants Jacob Ridings, Shawn Balent, Reynaldo Gutierrez, and Joshua Raphaelson.
Bridging
On April 10, 2017, Marines attached to Combat Engineer Officer course 3-17 (CEO 3-17) emplace ramp units on a single story medium girder bridge. During their period of instruction, CEO students learn to employ single story, double story, and double story with link reinforcement system medium girder bridges; in order to plan for troop movement across gaps. Pictured from left to right: Second Lieutenants Jacob Ridings, Shawn Balent, Reynaldo Gutierrez, and Joshua Raphaelson.
On March 20, 2017, Marines attached to Combat Engineer Officer course 3-17 (CEO 3-17) use Pavemend and float to conduct spall repairs. During their period of instruction, CEO students learn to conduct spall repairs, crater repairs, and lay AM2 matting in order to plan for airfield damage repair.  Pictured in this photo is Second Lieutenant Reynaldo Gutierrez.
Airfield Damage Repair
On March 20, 2017, Marines attached to Combat Engineer Officer course 3-17 (CEO 3-17) use Pavemend and float to conduct spall repairs. During their period of instruction, CEO students learn to conduct spall repairs, crater repairs, and lay AM2 matting in order to plan for airfield damage repair. Pictured in this photo is Second Lieutenant Reynaldo Gutierrez.
On March 20, 2017, Marines attached to Combat Engineer Officer course 3-17 (CEO 3-17) use a hammer drill to conduct spall repairs.  During their period of instruction, CEO students learn to conduct spall repairs, crater repairs, and lay AM2 matting in order to plan for airfield damage repair projects.  Pictured from left to right:  Second Lieutenants Joshua Raphaelson, Alexander Irwin, and Dylan Chung.
Airfield Damage Repair
On March 20, 2017, Marines attached to Combat Engineer Officer course 3-17 (CEO 3-17) use a hammer drill to conduct spall repairs. During their period of instruction, CEO students learn to conduct spall repairs, crater repairs, and lay AM2 matting in order to plan for airfield damage repair projects. Pictured from left to right: Second Lieutenants Joshua Raphaelson, Alexander Irwin, and Dylan Chung.
On March 9, 2017, Marines attached to Combat Engineer Officer course 3-17 (CEO 3-17) use the Dual Mass, Dynamic Cone Pentrometer to test the bearing capacity of the soil. During their period of instruction, CEO students learn soil properties and characteristics, how to test soil composition, and what to stabilize a given soil with; in order to plan for horizontal construction projects. Pictured from left to right:  Second Lieutenants Jacob Ridings, Alexander Irwin, and Dylan Chung.
Soils
On March 9, 2017, Marines attached to Combat Engineer Officer course 3-17 (CEO 3-17) use the Dual Mass, Dynamic Cone Pentrometer to test the bearing capacity of the soil. During their period of instruction, CEO students learn soil properties and characteristics, how to test soil composition, and what to stabilize a given soil with; in order to plan for horizontal construction projects. Pictured from left to right: Second Lieutenants Jacob Ridings, Alexander Irwin, and Dylan Chung.