Burmese Chase is a bilateral training exercise between U.S. and British military forces conducted every year to hone the skills of forward observers. On June 20-22 it culminated in three days of live-fire close air support on simulated hostile forces.
British commandos from 148th Battery, 29th Commando Fire Support Team, Royal Artillery carry gear away from the landing zone after disembarking from a CH-53 Super Stallion on Marine Corps Air Station Yuma's Chocolate Mountain Aerial Gunnery Range, June 20. This landing was part of Exercise Burmese Chase, a training evolution designed to improve war-fighting skills with realistic simulations.
Loaned photo/Marine Corps Air Station Yuma