When you become a Marine, there is nothing that you’d yearned more than to see combat. However, before combat, and in between deployments, there’s a significant amount of training to be accomplished. Real world contingencies may significantly reduce the time units have to train prior to deployment. In such cases, planners must adjust their training schedules to ensure they have sufficient time to conduct and evaluate the Mission Essential Tasks that are key to the accomplishment of their assigned mission. That’s what the Marine Corps Combat Readiness Evaluation at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center seek to fulfill.
This short video shows Marines with 3rd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, execute their Marine Corps Combat Readiness Evaluation at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center, Twentynine Palms, California. MCCREs are conducted to ensure unit standardization and combat readiness in preparation for operational deployments.
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