Marine Corps Installations Pacific

 

Marine Corps Installations Pacific

Utilities and Energy Management personnel posed for their annual office photo at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, 2016. The team helped MCAS Iwakuni reach gold-installation status for the Secretary of the Navy Energy and Water Management Award by submitting data of the air station’s utility and energy consumption to Headquarters Marine Corps. MCAS Iwakuni earned the title for the second year in a row for efficiently conserving energy. (courtesy photo)
MCAS Iwakuni is recognized for energy efficiency
Utilities and Energy Management personnel posed for their annual office photo at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, 2016. The team helped MCAS Iwakuni reach gold-installation status for the Secretary of the Navy Energy and Water Management Award by submitting data of the air station’s utility and energy consumption to Headquarters Marine Corps. MCAS Iwakuni earned the title for the second year in a row for efficiently conserving energy. (courtesy photo)
Maj. Gen. Joaquin F. Malavet delivers a speech at a reception after the Northern Training Area Land Return Ceremony Dec. 22 in Nago City, Okinawa, Japan. The ceremony honored the return of more than 9,852 acres of land previously utilized as part of the Northern Training Area by U.S. Forces Japan. The return marks the largest land return since the reversion in 1972. Malavet is the commanding general of Marine Corps Installations Pacific – Marine Corps Base Camp Butler, Japan. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Janessa K. Pon)
U.S. Forces Japan returns 9,852 acres of Okinawan land
Maj. Gen. Joaquin F. Malavet delivers a speech at a reception after the Northern Training Area Land Return Ceremony Dec. 22 in Nago City, Okinawa, Japan. The ceremony honored the return of more than 9,852 acres of land previously utilized as part of the Northern Training Area by U.S. Forces Japan. The return marks the largest land return since the reversion in 1972. Malavet is the commanding general of Marine Corps Installations Pacific – Marine Corps Base Camp Butler, Japan. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Janessa K. Pon)
Representatives from the Government of Japan and the United States pose for photos at the conclusion of the Northern Training Area Land Return Ceremony Dec. 22 in Nago City, Okinawa, Japan. The ceremony signified the return of more than 9,852 acres of land from U.S. Forces Japan. The land, which was previously utilized by U.S. Forces Japan as part of the Northern Training Area, is the largest land return to date since 1972. During the ceremony, government representatives from the Japan and the United States gave remarks regarding the return of the land and the importance of the Japan-U.S. alliance.
U.S. Forces Japan returns 9,852 acres of Okinawan land
Representatives from the Government of Japan and the United States pose for photos at the conclusion of the Northern Training Area Land Return Ceremony Dec. 22 in Nago City, Okinawa, Japan. The ceremony signified the return of more than 9,852 acres of land from U.S. Forces Japan. The land, which was previously utilized by U.S. Forces Japan as part of the Northern Training Area, is the largest land return to date since 1972. During the ceremony, government representatives from the Japan and the United States gave remarks regarding the return of the land and the importance of the Japan-U.S. alliance.
U.S. Marine Corps Staff Sgt. George Price, an Marine Air Traffic Control Mobile Team (MMT) instructor with Marine Air Control Squadron  (MACS) 4 Detachment Bravo, directs a KC-130J Hercules with Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Squadron (VMGR) 152 during a landing as part of aircraft landing zone training at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, Dec. 21, 2016. The training allows the Marines to gain experience, practice constructing an expeditionary airfield, and complete training and readiness requirements. The MMT Marines conduct this training every three to six months to refine the Marines’ skills, keeping them ready for expeditionary operations while in a garrison environment. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Aaron Henson)
MACS-4 Marines train to employ expeditionary runways
U.S. Marine Corps Staff Sgt. George Price, an Marine Air Traffic Control Mobile Team (MMT) instructor with Marine Air Control Squadron (MACS) 4 Detachment Bravo, directs a KC-130J Hercules with Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Squadron (VMGR) 152 during a landing as part of aircraft landing zone training at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, Dec. 21, 2016. The training allows the Marines to gain experience, practice constructing an expeditionary airfield, and complete training and readiness requirements. The MMT Marines conduct this training every three to six months to refine the Marines’ skills, keeping them ready for expeditionary operations while in a garrison environment. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Aaron Henson)
U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Austin Nazworth, a power line technician with Marine Attack Squadron 542, conducts a routine pre-flight inspection on an AV-8B Harrier during the Aviation Training Relocation Program at Chitose Air Base, Dec. 14, 2016. JASDF and U.S. Marine Corps aircraft fly daily as part of the ATR. The ATR is an effort to increase operational readiness between the U.S. Marine Corps and the Japan Air Self Defense Force, improve interoperability and reduce noise concerns of aviation training on local communities by disseminating training locations throughout Japan.
Aviation Training Relocation Program
U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Austin Nazworth, a power line technician with Marine Attack Squadron 542, conducts a routine pre-flight inspection on an AV-8B Harrier during the Aviation Training Relocation Program at Chitose Air Base, Dec. 14, 2016. JASDF and U.S. Marine Corps aircraft fly daily as part of the ATR. The ATR is an effort to increase operational readiness between the U.S. Marine Corps and the Japan Air Self Defense Force, improve interoperability and reduce noise concerns of aviation training on local communities by disseminating training locations throughout Japan.
A caregiver poses for a photo with Santa Claus during a Christmas visit at the Reimei no Sato home for the disabled Dec. 16 in Ishikawa, Okinawa, Japan. Reimei no Sato provides care for adults with special day-to-day living needs. During the visit, Marines from Camp Hansen delivered Christmas gifts provided by the Marine Officers Spouses Club and spent time spreading Christmas cheer with the residents. The Marines are with 12th Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division, III Marine Expeditionary Force. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Janessa K. Pon)
12th Marine Regiment gives Christmas gifts to Reimei no Sato residents
A caregiver poses for a photo with Santa Claus during a Christmas visit at the Reimei no Sato home for the disabled Dec. 16 in Ishikawa, Okinawa, Japan. Reimei no Sato provides care for adults with special day-to-day living needs. During the visit, Marines from Camp Hansen delivered Christmas gifts provided by the Marine Officers Spouses Club and spent time spreading Christmas cheer with the residents. The Marines are with 12th Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division, III Marine Expeditionary Force. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Janessa K. Pon)
A family of Okinawa residents poses for a photo with Santa Claus Dec. 10 during 23rd Annual Camp Courtney Christmas and Holiday Festival aboard Camp Courtney, Okinawa, Japan. The festival provided the Marines and sailors of Camp Courtney with the opportunity to share holiday traditions with their neighbors in the local community. All photos were taken for free by the elves with the guests’ personal cell phones and cameras. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Danielle R. Prentice)
Camp Courtney hosts 23rd Annual Christmas and Holiday Festival
A family of Okinawa residents poses for a photo with Santa Claus Dec. 10 during 23rd Annual Camp Courtney Christmas and Holiday Festival aboard Camp Courtney, Okinawa, Japan. The festival provided the Marines and sailors of Camp Courtney with the opportunity to share holiday traditions with their neighbors in the local community. All photos were taken for free by the elves with the guests’ personal cell phones and cameras. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Danielle R. Prentice)
Master Sgt. Anthony Camina, aka Santa Claus, talks to a child from Kin Town during the 2nd annual 3rd Intelligence Battalion Toy Drive Dec. 10, 2016 at the Kin Town Social Welfare Center, Kin Town, Okinawa, Japan. The event hosted the Single Parent Association of Kin, at which children received a party, gifts and candy from Marines with the goal of fostering community relations during the holiday season. Camina, a San Antonio, Texas, native is the community relations coordinator for 3rd Intelligence Battalion.
Spreading Christmas Cheer
Master Sgt. Anthony Camina, aka Santa Claus, talks to a child from Kin Town during the 2nd annual 3rd Intelligence Battalion Toy Drive Dec. 10, 2016 at the Kin Town Social Welfare Center, Kin Town, Okinawa, Japan. The event hosted the Single Parent Association of Kin, at which children received a party, gifts and candy from Marines with the goal of fostering community relations during the holiday season. Camina, a San Antonio, Texas, native is the community relations coordinator for 3rd Intelligence Battalion.
U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Jeffery Deal, aircraft rescue and firefighting specialist, passes a candy cane to May Yamane, a child with the local orphanage, during the ARFF Tsuta Orphanage Christmas party at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, Dec. 10, 2016. ARFF holds the celebration annually to help spread holiday cheer to the orphans and to bring service members, their families and Japanese together. Marines volunteered their time and provided the children with a homemade, American meal. After dinner, a special guest came to greet the children. Santa Claus sat in a red sleigh passing out presents and candy canes to the kids. Marines were given the name, age and gender of a child from the orphanage, so they knew what kind of gift to buy for them. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Gabriela Garcia-Herrera)
Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting Marines bring Christmas to orphans
U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Jeffery Deal, aircraft rescue and firefighting specialist, passes a candy cane to May Yamane, a child with the local orphanage, during the ARFF Tsuta Orphanage Christmas party at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, Dec. 10, 2016. ARFF holds the celebration annually to help spread holiday cheer to the orphans and to bring service members, their families and Japanese together. Marines volunteered their time and provided the children with a homemade, American meal. After dinner, a special guest came to greet the children. Santa Claus sat in a red sleigh passing out presents and candy canes to the kids. Marines were given the name, age and gender of a child from the orphanage, so they knew what kind of gift to buy for them. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Gabriela Garcia-Herrera)
Gunnery Sgt. Michael Stanley conducts the III Marine Expeditionary Force Brass and Percussion Ensemble Dec. 7 aboard Camp Foster, Okinawa, Japan. The concert was free for the military community and their guests to attend. Stanley is the enlisted conductor of the III MEF Band. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pfc Danielle R. Prentice)
III MEF Band hosts Christmas concert on Camp Foster
Gunnery Sgt. Michael Stanley conducts the III Marine Expeditionary Force Brass and Percussion Ensemble Dec. 7 aboard Camp Foster, Okinawa, Japan. The concert was free for the military community and their guests to attend. Stanley is the enlisted conductor of the III MEF Band. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pfc Danielle R. Prentice)
U.S. Marine Brig. Gen. Brian Cavanaugh, deputy commander, U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, salutes as a wreath is laid for fallen Marines at Barber's Point Golf Course in Kapolei, Hawaii, Dec. 6, 2016. The commemoration was to honor the four Marines killed in the attack at Marine Corps Air Station Ewa Dec. 7, 1941 during the attack on Pearl Harbor and Oahu. The U.S. military and the State of Hawaii are hosting a series of remembrance events to honor the courage and sacrifices of Pacific Theater veterans.
U.S. Marines commemorate, honor four Marines killed during Pearl Harbor attack
U.S. Marine Brig. Gen. Brian Cavanaugh, deputy commander, U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, salutes as a wreath is laid for fallen Marines at Barber's Point Golf Course in Kapolei, Hawaii, Dec. 6, 2016. The commemoration was to honor the four Marines killed in the attack at Marine Corps Air Station Ewa Dec. 7, 1941 during the attack on Pearl Harbor and Oahu. The U.S. military and the State of Hawaii are hosting a series of remembrance events to honor the courage and sacrifices of Pacific Theater veterans.
Guests and service members aboard Marine Corps S. D. Camp Butler, Okinawa, Japan, congregated at the Butler Officers' Club December 7, 2016, to honor 24 Master Labor Contract and Indirect Hire Agreement Japanese employees in their retirement.

U.S. Marine Corps Major General Joaquin F. Malavet, commanding general of Marine Corps Installations Pacific, gave a speech expressing his gratitude and respect toward the retirees in their service to the MCIPAC.
Camp Butler honors 24 Japanese retirees with ceremony
Guests and service members aboard Marine Corps S. D. Camp Butler, Okinawa, Japan, congregated at the Butler Officers' Club December 7, 2016, to honor 24 Master Labor Contract and Indirect Hire Agreement Japanese employees in their retirement. U.S. Marine Corps Major General Joaquin F. Malavet, commanding general of Marine Corps Installations Pacific, gave a speech expressing his gratitude and respect toward the retirees in their service to the MCIPAC.
Senior leaders from the Okinawa Police Department and U.S. Forces Japan pose with the 2016 Drugged and Drunk Driving Proclamation Dec 6, 2016 aboard Camp Foster, Okinawa, Japan. The proclamation signifies the start of a safety and awareness program designed to reduce the number of alcohol and drug-related automobile incidents on Okinawa. According to Lt. Gen. Larry Nicholson, the Okinawa Area Coordinator, although the number of drugged and drunk driving incidents is down from last year, it is important that safety and responsibility continue to be instilled in all service members.
USFJ launches Drugged and Drunk Driving prevention campaign
Senior leaders from the Okinawa Police Department and U.S. Forces Japan pose with the 2016 Drugged and Drunk Driving Proclamation Dec 6, 2016 aboard Camp Foster, Okinawa, Japan. The proclamation signifies the start of a safety and awareness program designed to reduce the number of alcohol and drug-related automobile incidents on Okinawa. According to Lt. Gen. Larry Nicholson, the Okinawa Area Coordinator, although the number of drugged and drunk driving incidents is down from last year, it is important that safety and responsibility continue to be instilled in all service members.
Cmdr. Teague Suarez relieved Cmdr. Tony Chavez as the 34th Commanding Officer of HSM-37 at Hangar 103 aboard Marine Corps base Hawaii during a change of command ceremony on December 1, 2016. Cmdr. Suarez is looking forward to leading the "easyriders," and is extremely honored to be the next commanding officer. “Over the last year, our squadron has been extremely successful and we are poised to do more outstanding things in the near future," said  Cmdr. Suarez, a San Antonio, Texas, native. "We will continue to put exceptional, combat-ready detachments to sea to support our nation’s missions across the globe.” (U.S. Navy by PO3 Aljohn Ponce)
HSM-37 Holds Change of Command
Cmdr. Teague Suarez relieved Cmdr. Tony Chavez as the 34th Commanding Officer of HSM-37 at Hangar 103 aboard Marine Corps base Hawaii during a change of command ceremony on December 1, 2016. Cmdr. Suarez is looking forward to leading the "easyriders," and is extremely honored to be the next commanding officer. “Over the last year, our squadron has been extremely successful and we are poised to do more outstanding things in the near future," said Cmdr. Suarez, a San Antonio, Texas, native. "We will continue to put exceptional, combat-ready detachments to sea to support our nation’s missions across the globe.” (U.S. Navy by PO3 Aljohn Ponce)
The Second Annual Christmas Tree Lighting was held on Camp Schwab, Okinawa, Japan, Dec. 1, 2016 while III Marine Expeditionary Force Band members play Christmas music. The children from surrounding communities were invited to the ceremony join by Camp Schwab commanding officer, Col. Kevin A. Norton (left), Henoko District Mayor Kayo (middle), and Toyohara District Mayor Miyagi (right).
Camp Schwab Christmas Tree Lighting
The Second Annual Christmas Tree Lighting was held on Camp Schwab, Okinawa, Japan, Dec. 1, 2016 while III Marine Expeditionary Force Band members play Christmas music. The children from surrounding communities were invited to the ceremony join by Camp Schwab commanding officer, Col. Kevin A. Norton (left), Henoko District Mayor Kayo (middle), and Toyohara District Mayor Miyagi (right).
Takaatsu Sueyoshi, right, instructs students on Japanese pronunciation during a Survival Japanese Language Class Nov. 29 on Marine Corps Air Station Futenma, Okinawa, Japan. The class taught students basic speech, reading and writing skills to enrich their experience while stationed on Okinawa. During the class, the instructor demonstrated the three basic writing styles called hiragana, katakana and kanji. After the demonstration, participants practiced reading, writing and speaking basic Japanese words and phrases. Sueyoshi is a library technician and the instructor of the Survival Japanese Language class. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Janessa K. Pon)
MCAS Futenma hosts Japanese language class for service members, families
Takaatsu Sueyoshi, right, instructs students on Japanese pronunciation during a Survival Japanese Language Class Nov. 29 on Marine Corps Air Station Futenma, Okinawa, Japan. The class taught students basic speech, reading and writing skills to enrich their experience while stationed on Okinawa. During the class, the instructor demonstrated the three basic writing styles called hiragana, katakana and kanji. After the demonstration, participants practiced reading, writing and speaking basic Japanese words and phrases. Sueyoshi is a library technician and the instructor of the Survival Japanese Language class. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Janessa K. Pon)
Service members from Camp Kinser serve a special Thanksgiving meal to Okinawa residents at the Promise Keepers Homeless Shelter Nov. 24 in Urasoe City, Okinawa, Japan. The event provided service members with the opportunity to positively impact the Okinawa community through food, fellowship and holiday celebration. During the dinner, Okinawan patrons and service members enjoyed a traditional Thanksgiving meal together. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Janessa K. Pon)
Camp Kinser service members serve Thanksgiving meal at Okinawa homeless shelter
Service members from Camp Kinser serve a special Thanksgiving meal to Okinawa residents at the Promise Keepers Homeless Shelter Nov. 24 in Urasoe City, Okinawa, Japan. The event provided service members with the opportunity to positively impact the Okinawa community through food, fellowship and holiday celebration. During the dinner, Okinawan patrons and service members enjoyed a traditional Thanksgiving meal together. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Janessa K. Pon)
Col. Peter Lee poses for a photo with master labor contractors during the 241st Marine Corps Birthday celebration at the mess hall Nov. 9 on Marine Corps Air Station Futenma, Okinawa, Japan. The celebration was one of many held on installations across Okinawa to uphold the tradition of celebrating the Marine Corps’ birthday, which dates back to Nov. 10, 1775. The event featured a mouthwatering steak and lobster meal, a uniform pageant by Kubasaki High School Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps, and a live performance by the III Marine Expeditionary Force Band and was open to service members, civilian contractors, master labor contractors, and their families to celebrate together. Lee is the commanding officer of Marine Corps Air Station Futenma. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Janessa K. Pon/Released)
Marine Corps Air Station Futenma Mess Hall celebrates 241st Marine Corps birthday
Col. Peter Lee poses for a photo with master labor contractors during the 241st Marine Corps Birthday celebration at the mess hall Nov. 9 on Marine Corps Air Station Futenma, Okinawa, Japan. The celebration was one of many held on installations across Okinawa to uphold the tradition of celebrating the Marine Corps’ birthday, which dates back to Nov. 10, 1775. The event featured a mouthwatering steak and lobster meal, a uniform pageant by Kubasaki High School Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps, and a live performance by the III Marine Expeditionary Force Band and was open to service members, civilian contractors, master labor contractors, and their families to celebrate together. Lee is the commanding officer of Marine Corps Air Station Futenma. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Janessa K. Pon/Released)
Scouts from Scout Association of Japan stand on platforms carried by Marine volunteers during the 23rd Boy Scouts of America-Scout Association of Japan Friendship Jamborette Nov. 5-6 aboard Camp Kinser, Okinawa, Japan. Scouts from both the SAJ and Boy Scouts of America experienced many Okinawan traditions such as tug-of-war, karate exhibitions, a sanshin performance and shishimai dance performance. The tug-of-war is can be traced back in Okinawan history as far back as the seventeenth century. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Daniel Jean-Paul / Released)
Camp Kinser hosts 23rd BSA-SAJ Friendship Jamborette
Scouts from Scout Association of Japan stand on platforms carried by Marine volunteers during the 23rd Boy Scouts of America-Scout Association of Japan Friendship Jamborette Nov. 5-6 aboard Camp Kinser, Okinawa, Japan. Scouts from both the SAJ and Boy Scouts of America experienced many Okinawan traditions such as tug-of-war, karate exhibitions, a sanshin performance and shishimai dance performance. The tug-of-war is can be traced back in Okinawan history as far back as the seventeenth century. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Daniel Jean-Paul / Released)
Scouts from Scout Association of Japan and the Boy Scouts of America participate in a tug-of-war during the 23rd Boy Scouts of America-Scout Association of Japan Friendship Jamborette Nov. 5-6 aboard Camp Kinser, Okinawa, Japan. According to Bockoras, these moments of camaraderie are crucial to Japan-U.S. relations. “These kids are going to be the future leaders for their countries one day,’ said Staff Sgt. Benjamin A. Bockoras. “So the fact that we’re able to foster these partnerships at an early age enhances an already fruitful partnership.”  Bockoras is a radio chief with Headquarters Regiment, 3rd Marine Logistics Group, III Marine Expeditionary Force and a Port Alleghany, Pennsylvania, native. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Daniel Jean-Paul / Released)
Camp Kinser hosts 23rd BSA-SAJ Friendship Jamborette
Scouts from Scout Association of Japan and the Boy Scouts of America participate in a tug-of-war during the 23rd Boy Scouts of America-Scout Association of Japan Friendship Jamborette Nov. 5-6 aboard Camp Kinser, Okinawa, Japan. According to Bockoras, these moments of camaraderie are crucial to Japan-U.S. relations. “These kids are going to be the future leaders for their countries one day,’ said Staff Sgt. Benjamin A. Bockoras. “So the fact that we’re able to foster these partnerships at an early age enhances an already fruitful partnership.” Bockoras is a radio chief with Headquarters Regiment, 3rd Marine Logistics Group, III Marine Expeditionary Force and a Port Alleghany, Pennsylvania, native. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Daniel Jean-Paul / Released)
Seaman Davis James prepares to collect a donor’s blood during the Pacific Command Armed Services Blood Bank Center library blood drive Nov. 3 aboard Camp Foster, Okinawa, Japan. The library drive is a periodic event hosted by the ASBBC to maintain the blood supply for medical facilities across Okinawa and support operations in the outer-lying areas. Although the blood bank center is located on Camp Foster, the single facility supports operations across the entire Asia-Pacific region with donations from Status of Forces Agreement personnel. James is a hospital corpsman with the ASBBC, U.S. Naval Hospital Okinawa and is a Goldsboro, North Carolina, native. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Janessa K. Pon / Released)
Educating, saving lives: Armed Services Blood Bank Center hosts blood drive in libraries on U.S. military installations across Okinawa
Seaman Davis James prepares to collect a donor’s blood during the Pacific Command Armed Services Blood Bank Center library blood drive Nov. 3 aboard Camp Foster, Okinawa, Japan. The library drive is a periodic event hosted by the ASBBC to maintain the blood supply for medical facilities across Okinawa and support operations in the outer-lying areas. Although the blood bank center is located on Camp Foster, the single facility supports operations across the entire Asia-Pacific region with donations from Status of Forces Agreement personnel. James is a hospital corpsman with the ASBBC, U.S. Naval Hospital Okinawa and is a Goldsboro, North Carolina, native. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Janessa K. Pon / Released)
Mission
Marine Corps Installations Pacific strengthens and enables force projection in the Indo-Asia-Pacific with our allies and partners to protect and defend the territory of the United States, its people, and its interests. Our camps and installations, arrayed across the region with purposeful designs, clearly set theater-strategic conditions for partnered presence, logistics throughput, command and control, and military readiness. Our utility, resiliency and strategic design represent the requisite and foundational support to the power of U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific.

Okinawa Marines
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Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni
MCAS Iwakuni is recognized for energy efficiency By Lance Cpl. Gabriela Garcia-Herrera | January 8, 2017
MCAS-4 Marines train to employ expeditionary runway By Cpl. Aaron Henson | January 3, 2017
Combined Arms Training Center Camp Fuji
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Marine Corps Base Hawaii
HSM-37 Holds Change of Command By LTJG Mark Merkley | December 5, 2016
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Camp Mujuk, South Korea
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