At center, two camouflaged Marines hide in the brush during a training exercise at Camp Pendleton. Both men dress in their combat uniforms and each are equipped with a rifle. Debris from the surrounding brush is tucked into their uniforms. Dirt appears to be smeared on their faces as well. A thicket of brush surrounds them.
The camera looks across a lake at Camp Pendleton that stretches back on an angle to the left. At center, three rafts, occupied by 10 Marines each, sail across the water. They form a line as they sail to the right. The Marines in the boats hold oars to row and sit with their bayonets slung across their backs. All wear their combat uniforms and some even sport camouflage. Their convoy travels nearer to the far bank. A low hill rises from the far bank in the distance at right.
Four camouflaged Marines hide in the brush during a training exercise at Camp Pendleton. Nearer to camera at right, 2 soldiers converse with one another. Both hold onto their bayonets as they begin to camouflage themselves with twigs. Behind and to the left of them, 2 more soldiers have made more progress in camouflaging themselves. Their bayonets are staked into the ground in front of them. All four men dress in their combat uniforms and have dirt spread over their faces. A thicket of brush surrounds them.
The camera looks down at Lieut. Col. Dick Hanley [?] as he addresses Marines during a training exercise at Camp Pendleton. He stands in the near distance at center and faces camera while wearing a jacket. Dozens of Marines encircle him. They all look towards him while donning combat attire and carrying bayonets. A body of water stretches across the background.