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Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point

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Cherry Point, North Carolina
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VMAQT-1 hosts Airman, trains flying the Marine Corps way January 27, 2015 — With the help of a few well-trained Marines, one officer has changed his tune from “Into the wild blue yonder,” to “From the Halls of Montezuma,” at least for a while.Air Force Capt. Jason D. Larish traded Air Force blue for olive drab green, joining Marine Tactical Electronic Warfare Training Squadron 1 in October 2014 to begin a three-year MORE
MASS-1 sharpens abilities, builds squadron readiness January 26, 2015 — Marines with Marine Air Support Squadron 1 conducted a direct air support center drill at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., Jan. 20-23.DASC drills develop MASS-1’s ability to support the Marine Air-Ground Task Force and 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing in austere environments. According to Sgt. Neil Wright, an air support operator with MASS-1, MORE
VMA-223 naval aviators hone landing skills aboard USS Kearsarge January 26, 2015 — Pilots with Marine Attack Squadron 223 continued integration training with the crew of the USS Kearsarge Jan. 20, building the squadron’s proficiency for operations at sea.The squadron, which is scheduled for deployment as part of the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit later this year, coordinated with the Kearsarge to complete the initial MORE
Personnel gain stake in, responsibility for workplace safety January 20, 2015 — Imagine a world where every person has the power to make a difference, to impact safety in the workplace.  Imagine having the ability to look at a job in front of you, to look at the work environment around you, to look at your organization as a whole – and being given an open invitation to offer suggestions or seek solutions for issues that affect MORE
Aviators sharpen skills during joint training January 20, 2015 — During the past two years, naval aviators with Marine Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron 3 have joined members of the Air Force to execute quarterly joint-service training, known as Razor Talon. The exercise is held at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, N.C., where VMAQ-3 exercises their electronic warfare capabilities to help support the Air MORE
Cherry Point hosts 8th annual Special Olympics January 13, 2015 — Marines, Sailors and civilians cheered as more than 50 athletes competed in the Cherry Point Commissary’s 8th annual Special Olympics at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., Jan. 12.Dozens of enthusiastic volunteers cheered for the Olympians who competed in a variety of games and events featuring items found at the local commissary, MORE
Cherry Point Commissary, Fisher House offer scholarships for military children January 12, 2015 — Commissaries across the Department of Defense have kicked off their 15th annual search for the brightest, most well-rounded military children worldwide to compete for the 2015 Scholarships for Military Children Program.The scholarship program was created as an avenue for recognizing military children based on academic achievement, participation in MORE
CFC closes 2014 campaign January 12, 2015 — The Combined Federal Campaign season is over at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C. and the drive’s supporters met their goal for 2014. One hundred percent of all service members and Defense Department personnel were offered the opportunity to donate this year, with nearly $150 thousand committed to the campaign. The CFC is the DOD’s only MORE
AMP-phibious, Semper Fit hosts water-centric PT classes January 9, 2015 — Active duty Marines and Sailors at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., now have a new, free way to improve their physical fitness scores without increasing the wear and tear on their joints.Aquatic Maximum Power Intensity Training is a version of the High Intensity Tactical Training program sponsored by Semper Fit at the air station.“These MORE
A Capital experience, Bravo Battery Marines tour Washington January 7, 2015 — Marines with Bravo Battery, 2nd Low Altitude Air Defense Battalion, packed their bags and headed to Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., for a lesson on Marine Corps history and a tour of the nation’s capital, Dec. 15-19.According to 1st Sgt. Wesley O. Turner, the first sergeant for Bravo Battery, the trip was designed to give the battery’s Marines a MORE

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