11th MEU(SOC) Forward Command Element gives medical attention to East Timorese children

27 Nov 2007 | 11th MEU(SOC) Public Affairs Office

Petty Officer 1st Class K.J. Bowen, corpsman, MEU Service Support Group 11, 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit (Special Operations Capable) listens to an infant's heartbeat at the AMI clinic in Dili, East Timor April 4, 2001. Marines and Sailors from 11th MEU(SOC) and the Boxer Amphibious Ready Group are conducting operations and providing humanitarian assistance in support of United States Support Group East Timor.

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Colonel Jim W. Lively
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Colonel Lively is a native of Dallas, Texas. He received his commission in 1996 through the Platoon Leaders Course program after graduating from Texas A&M University with a BA in Psychology.

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Lieutenant Col. Le E. Nolan
Executive Officer

Lieutenant Colonel Nolan is a 2001 graduate of the Georgia Institute of Technology and received his commission through Officer Candidate Class 180. After completing flight training as a CH-53E pilot, he reported to HMH-361 in MCAS Miramar.

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Sergeant Major Travis L. DeBarr
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Sergeant Major DeBarrĀ enlisted in the Marine Corps and reported to MCRD San Diego, CA, for recruit training in October 1994.

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