Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point

 

Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point

Cherry Point, North Carolina
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Cherry Point, 2nd MAW unite against sexual assault during 5K April 17, 2015 — With aircraft taking off from adjacent runways, gathering beneath a slate-gray sky, nearly 1,000 runners, joggers, walkers and stroller pushing parents came together for one purpose: to commemorate and stand with survivors of sexual assault. With plenty of cheering, sweating, sprinting and plodding, all participants in the Cherry Point and 2nd MORE
VMA-223 conducts air-to-air training above Florida Keys April 14, 2015 — Marines with Marine Attack Squadron 223 traveled to Key West, Fla. to conduct air-to-air training March 18 through April 12.The squadron conducted the training to hone their skills to provide offensive air support, armed reconnaissance, and air defense for the Marine Air-Ground Task Force.During the training, the Marines trained to build air-to-air MORE
Cherry Point, community leaders strengthen community, military ties April 13, 2015 — It can be difficult, sometimes, for members of the local community to fully appreciate Cherry Point's role in preparing today's Marines for the defense of their nation. The most that people typically see is the sleekly muscled jets that roar off into the distance from the air station's multiple runways to parts unknown.But on April 8, mayors, MORE
Know your part, do your part April 8, 2015 — April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month for the Department of Defense.Marine Corps Community Services is sponsoring a 5K, April 17, to help raise awareness about sexual assault and encourage members of the Cherry Point community to help prevent it, and understand how to respond appropriately when sexual assaults occur.This joint, 2nd Marine MORE
Female Marines gather for 4th annual educational symposium April 8, 2015 — More than 100 Marines from across II Marine Expeditionary Force gathered for the fourth annual Vivian A. Holmes Female Marine Symposium at Marine Corps Air Station New River, N.C., March 26.During the symposium, female Marines received informational classes, participated in guided discussions and attended an education-station fair to learn about MORE
MASS-1 Marines enhance readiness, train in battle lab April 8, 2015 — Marines with Marine Air Support Squadron 1 conducted direct air support center operations training inside a transient battle lab at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., March 30.The temporary lab is being used while construction continues on a permanent building that will house their new upgraded battle lab.The DASC is an aviation command MORE
Author inspires Cherry Point audience April 6, 2015 — Best-selling author Dave Pelzer spoke to Marines, Sailors and civilians at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., April 1.During the visit, Pelzer encouraged the audience to be resilient, be better and do better.“I want everyone who comes to see me speak to see the value of their life and the value of their mission,” said Pelzer. “I really MORE
H&HS Marines taught leadership and ethics fundamentals March 31, 2015 — Approximately 50 Marines with Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron graduated from the first cycle of the Lance Corporal Leadership and Ethics Seminar at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., March 27.During the seminar, the Marines discussed the Marine Corps core values, ethos, and leadership traits. The purpose of the seminar was to help MORE
Drop the weight, motivate; Hancock Gym now open March 31, 2015 — Marine Corps Community Services opened the recently renovated Hancock Gym for authorized MCCS patrons, active duty service members, retires and Department of Defense employees here, March 24.“The grand opening is to officially open the facility and introduce our patrons to the new equipment inside the facility,” said Mike Largent, the CEO of MCCS. MORE
MWSS-274 Marines, Sailors read to make a difference March 25, 2015 — Marines and Sailors with Marine Wing Support Squadron 274, visited Arthur W. Edwards Elementary School to read to 2nd and 3rd graders in an effort to improve literacy rates and strengthen the relationship between the squadron and the local community.  “We wanted to do more than just volunteer, we wanted to be able to interact with the students on MORE

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