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U.S. Marine Corps Col. Darry Grossnickle, commanding officer of Marine Air Control Group (MACG) 28, gives Maj. Brian Taylor, officer-in-charge of Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Cherry Point Air Traffic Control (ATC), a plaque recognizing the ATC personnel for their classroom efforts, instruction, simulation performance and live-flight training of the group's air traffic controllers. The facility continuously provides MACG-28 and Marine Air Control Squadron 2 with certified and highly qualified air traffic controllers.

Photo by Lance Cpl. Michael Neuenhoff

MCAS Cherry Point Air Traffic Control Recognition

7 Feb 2020 | Lance Cpl. Michael Neuenhoff Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point

U.S. Marine Corps Col. Darry Grossnickle, commanding officer of Marine Air Control Group (MACG) 28, gives Maj. Brian Taylor, officer-in-charge of Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Cherry Point Air Traffic Control (ATC), a plaque recognizing the ATC personnel for their classroom efforts, instruction, simulation performance and live-flight training of the group's air traffic controllers. The facility continuously provides MACG-28 and Marine Air Control Squadron 2 with certified and highly qualified air traffic controllers.


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