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Second Lt. Elias M. Cabrera, left, listens to medical advice from Navy Lt. Tayler B. Eldridge during a routine appointment at the Naval Health Clinic, Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., Sept. 23, 2014. NHCCP reorganized treatment systems recently to better provide for Marines, Sailors, military dependents and retirees who seek medical care at the facility. The new Medical Homeport streamlines appointment scheduling and healthcare services, and ensures individuals and family units receive the highest quality care available through a comprehensive appointment based system.Cabrera is an air traffic control officer with Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron and a native of Orlando, Fla. Eldridge is a naval flight surgeon assigned to NHCCP and is a native of Santa Cruz, Calif. - Second Lt. Elias M. Cabrera, left, listens to medical advice from Navy Lt. Tayler B. Eldridge during a routine appointment at the Naval Health Clinic, Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., Sept. 23, 2014. NHCCP reorganized treatment systems recently to better provide for Marines, Sailors, military dependents and retirees who seek medical care at the facility. The new Medical Homeport streamlines appointment scheduling and healthcare services, and ensures individuals and family units receive the highest quality care available through a comprehensive appointment based system. Cabrera is an air traffic control officer with Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron and a native of Orlando, Fla. Eldridge is a naval flight surgeon assigned to NHCCP and is a native of Santa Cruz, Calif.

Spouses and family members with Marine Wing Headquarters Squadron 2 perform defensive strikes as part of a Marine Corps Martial Arts demonstration during a Jane Wayne Day hosted by Marine Wing Headquarters Squadron 2 at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., Sept. 12, 2014. During the event, spouses and other extended MWHS-2 family toured portions of the air station to learn more about the day-to-day lives of their Marines. The day included familiarization classes with Marine Corps weapon systems at an Indoor Simulated Marksmanship Trainer; aircraft simulators; and a MCMAP demonstration. - Spouses and family members with Marine Wing Headquarters Squadron 2 perform defensive strikes as part of a Marine Corps Martial Arts demonstration during a Jane Wayne Day hosted by Marine Wing Headquarters Squadron 2 at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., Sept. 12, 2014. During the event, spouses and other extended MWHS-2 family toured portions of the air station to learn more about the day-to-day lives of their Marines. The day included familiarization classes with Marine Corps weapon systems at an Indoor Simulated Marksmanship Trainer; aircraft simulators; and a MCMAP demonstration.

Family and friends look on as Sgt. Andrew T. Saffle and Cpl. Gina I. Jeffries perform self-defense moves during a demonstration of the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program at Marine Wing Communication Squadron’s family day Aug. 8, 2014.MWCS-28 hosted their 3rd annual family day at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., to help enhance unit operational readiness and to help family members better understand the contributions their Marine makes to the success of the squadron.Saffle is a supply administration and operations specialist from Baltimore, Ohio, and Jeffries is an engineer equipment mechanic from Germantown, Md., both with MWCS-28. - Family and friends look on as Sgt. Andrew T. Saffle and Cpl. Gina I. Jeffries perform self-defense moves during a demonstration of the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program at Marine Wing Communication Squadron’s family day Aug. 8, 2014. MWCS-28 hosted their 3rd annual family day at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., to help enhance unit operational readiness and to help family members better understand the contributions their Marine makes to the success of the squadron. Saffle is a supply administration and operations specialist from Baltimore, Ohio, and Jeffries is an engineer equipment mechanic from Germantown, Md., both with MWCS-28.

Capt. Andrew R. Christ secures a safety harness during a pre-flight safety check in the cockpit of an AV-8B Harrier with Marine Attack Squadron 223 at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., Aug. 7, 2014.VMA-223 conducted the first East Coast Harrier squadron AIM-120A advanced medium-range air-to-air missile firing exercise off the coast of Oceana, Va., to help the squadron enhance its mission readiness.While the primary mission of VMA-223 is air-to-ground attack support for the Marine Air-Ground Task Force from the sea or land, the squadron's AV-8B pilots train to engage airborne enemies beyond visual range with radar guided air-to-air missiles. Christ is a quality assurance officer and naval aviator with VMA-223. - Capt. Andrew R. Christ secures a safety harness during a pre-flight safety check in the cockpit of an AV-8B Harrier with Marine Attack Squadron 223 at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., Aug. 7, 2014. VMA-223 conducted the first East Coast Harrier squadron AIM-120A advanced medium-range air-to-air missile firing exercise off the coast of Oceana, Va., to help the squadron enhance its mission readiness. While the primary mission of VMA-223 is air-to-ground attack support for the Marine Air-Ground Task Force from the sea or land, the squadron's AV-8B pilots train to engage airborne enemies beyond visual range with radar guided air-to-air missiles. Christ is a quality assurance officer and naval aviator with VMA-223.

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