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Staff Sgt. Alex Aguilar, an aviation information systems specialist with Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 14, embraces his 13-year-old daughter, Brenda, outside of the Training and Education Building aboard Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point Feb. 4, 2012, after returning from a deployment to Camp Bastion, Afghanistan. Brenda said that she was glad to finally have her father back home.

Photo by Lance Cpl. Andrea Cleopatra Dickerson

With open arms: Aviation logistics Marines return to Cherry Point

10 Feb 2012 | Lance Cpl. Andrea Cleopatra Dickerson 10th Marine Regiment

Twenty-one Marines with Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 14 returned to Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point Feb. 4, after a seven-month deployment to Camp Bastion, Afghanistan, in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.

While deployed, the Marines provided ground support on Camp Bastion's flight line for various combat elements, said Lt Col. Ryan G. Goulette, MALS-14 commanding officer. The Marines also replenished liquid oxygen and nitrogen used aboard various aircraft, while also building their ordinances.

“I’m glad that we get to be a family again,” said Nicole Lizotte, wife of Cpl. Richard Lizotte, an aviation supply specialist with MALS-14.


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