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Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point

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Cherry Point, North Carolina
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Staff Sergeant David Gentry embraces his wife, Megan, and his 15-month-old daughter after returning to Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point July 24, 2014, from a four-month deployment to Morón Air Base, Spain, in support of Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force Crisis Response. Gentry was the detachment staff non-commissioned officer in charge with Marine Wing Support Squadron 271.
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Corporal Zachary Beckwith hugs his four-year old son after returning to Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point July 24, 2014, following a four-month deployment to Morón Air Base, Spain, in support of Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force Crisis Response. Beckwith is a semitrailer refueler operator with Marine Wing Support Squadron 271.
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Gunnery Sergeant Otis James and his wife Lytasha hold a plaque honoring them as the Havelock Military Affairs Committee Family of the Quarter following a ceremonial dinner at El Cerro Mexican Bar and Grill in Havelock, N.C., July 22, 2014. James and his wife received the award for dedicating themselves to better the Havelock community. James is currently serving as the company gunnery sergeant and operations chief with Combat Logistics Company 21 at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, while Lytasha works as a stay-at-home mother and full-time college student.
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Gunnery Sergeant Otis James and his family stand with Havelock Military Affairs Committee representatives after being recognized as the Family of the Quarter at a ceremonial dinner at El Cerro Mexican Bar and Grill in Havelock, N.C., July 22, 2014. James and his wife, Lytasha, dedicate themselves to volunteering with the Girl Scouts of America, Havelock t-ball and local schools. James is currently serving as the company gunnery sergeant and operations chief with Combat Logistics Company 21 at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, while Lytasha works as a stay-at-home mother and full-time college student.
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Corporal Philip G. Griffin explains chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear defense procedures to a group of Marines during an exercise at Marine Corps Outlying Field Atlantic, N.C., July 14, 2014. Throughout the exercise, the CBRN Marines conducted patrols with members of Marine Wing Support Squadron 272 as they used the new military operations in urbanized terrain facility to simulate a deployed environment. Griffin is a CBRN defense specialist with Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, Marine Aircraft Group 26.
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Corporal William Nash uses a radio during training at Marine Corps Outlying Field Atlantic, N.C., July 14, 2014. Members of Marine Wing Support Squadron 272 established a forward arming and refueling point at the new military operations in urbanized terrain facility to simulate a deployed environment. Nash is a field radio operator with the squadron.
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Private first class Christopher Jaureguiwells operates the remote subscriber access module during training at Marine Corps Outlying Field Atlantic, N.C., July 14, 2014. Members of Marine Wing Support Squadron 272 established a forward arming and refueling point at the new military operations in urbanized terrain facility to simulate a deployed environment. Jaureguiwells is a field radio operator with the squadron.
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Maceo Frank talks to a group of Marines and military police officers following a ceremony recognizing the Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point Provost Marshal's Office for earning federal accreditation at the air station July 17, 2014. Frank is the Law Enforcement Academy East Director with Headquarters Marine Corps' Plans, Policies and Operations Law Enforcement and Corrections Branch.
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Major Jason Wintermute, left, receives an official accreditation plaque from Maceo Frank during a ceremony at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point July 17, 2014. The Provost Marshal's Office earned the federal accreditation after a 15-month process. Wintermute is the provost marshal for the air station and Frank is the Law Enforcement Academy East Director with Headquarters Marine Corps' Plans, Policies and Operations Law Enforcement and Corrections Branch.
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Two EA-6B Prowlers taxi down the runway after being fueled outside of the Marine Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron 2 hangar July 15, 2014.
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Marines with Marine Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron 2 rig a main landing gear forward door underneath an EA-6B Prowler inside the squadrons hangar July 15, 2014.
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Cpl. Tyler Caldwell, left, and Lance Cpl. Christopher Carter work together to rig a main landing gear forward door underneath an EA-6B Prowler inside the Marine Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron 2 hangar July 15, 2014. Carter and Caldwell are both airframes mechanics with the squadron.
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Cpl. Robert Terhune sands the inside of a piece of equipment while fixing and maintaining gear inside the Marine Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron 2 powerline mechanic shop July 15, 2014. Terhune is a powerline mechanic with VMAQ-2.
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Lance Cpl. Christopher Carter, left, and Cpl. Tyler Caldwell rig a main landing gear forward door underneath an EA-6B Prowler inside the Marine Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron 2 hangar July 15, 2014. Carter and Caldwell are both airframes mechanics with the squadron.
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Lance Cpl. Michael Villamiel, left, and Sgt. Stuart Vonderheide remove an AV-8B Harrier canopy at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., July 17, 2014. Ejection seat mechanics specialize in the repair, replacement and removal of ejection seats, canopies and the Harrier’s environmental control system. Vonderheide and Villamiel are both ejection seat mechanics with Marine Attack Training Squadron 203.
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Lance Cpl. Michael Villamiel, left, assists Sgt. Stuart Vonderheide remove an AV-8B Harrier canopy at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., July 17, 2014. Marine Attack Training Squadron 203 trains Harrier pilots before they join an operational squadron.  Vonderheide and Villamiel are both ejection seat mechanics with VMAT-203.
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