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Jul 17, 2015

Dave Saam, certified motorcycle safety instructor, Total Control Advanced Riding Clinic, Victorville, Calif., beckons to Gunnery Sgt. Matthew Morris, Marine Forces Command, to lean into a virtual turn position during a Level-3 Motorcycle Training course at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, July 15. The demonstration was one of several components of the required training completed by Morris as other Marine participants attending the one-day course looked on.

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