MCAS Cherry Point News

 

U.S. Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Leon Nevins (left), an explosive ordnance technician assigned to Marine Wing Support Squadron 271, 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing, pulls debris out of the ground at Bombing Target 11 (BT-11), North Carolina, April 13, 2022. Marines swept target areas to locate, identify, and remove all ordnance that no longer possess explosive hazards from BT-11 and handed over certified materials to Cherry Targets for proper disposal. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Lauralle Walker) - U.S. Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Leon Nevins (left), an explosive ordnance technician assigned to Marine Wing Support Squadron 271, 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing, pulls debris out of the ground at Bombing Target 11 (BT-11), North Carolina, April 13, 2022. Marines swept target areas to locate, identify, and remove all ordnance that no longer possess explosive hazards from BT-11 and handed over certified materials to Cherry Targets for proper disposal. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Lauralle Walker)

U.S. Marine Corps Col. Mikel Huber, Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point (MCAS) commanding officer, speaks to members of the MCAS Cherry Point Emergency Dispatch Office during an award presentation at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina, April 12, 2022. Eight employees from the office were presented Occupational Safety and Health Administration Voluntary Protection Program coins. The members awarded were recognized for their commitment to duty and the safety of the Cherry Point community throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Jacob Bertram) - U.S. Marine Corps Col. Mikel Huber, Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point (MCAS) commanding officer, speaks to members of the MCAS Cherry Point Emergency Dispatch Office during an award presentation at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina, April 12, 2022. Eight employees from the office were presented Occupational Safety and Health Administration Voluntary Protection Program coins. The members awarded were recognized for their commitment to duty and the safety of the Cherry Point community throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Jacob Bertram)

U.S. Army Spc. ZaQuan Hunter, an animal care specialist assigned to Public Health Activity, Fort Bragg, detached to Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Cherry Point, prepares a vaccine for a dog at the Cherry Point Veterinary Treatment Facility, MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina, April 7, 2022. The Cherry Point Veterinary Treatment Facility provides preventative medicine and regular health check-ups for military working dogs and personally owned pets for active-duty and reserve members, veterans and their dependents. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Lauralle Walker) - U.S. Army Spc. ZaQuan Hunter, an animal care specialist assigned to Public Health Activity, Fort Bragg, detached to Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Cherry Point, prepares a vaccine for a dog at the Cherry Point Veterinary Treatment Facility, MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina, April 7, 2022. The Cherry Point Veterinary Treatment Facility provides preventative medicine and regular health check-ups for military working dogs and personally owned pets for active-duty and reserve members, veterans and their dependents. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Lauralle Walker)

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