Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort

 

Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort

"The Noise You Hear, is the Sound of FREEDOM."
MCAS BEAUFORT NOTIFICATION

RUNWAY CLOSURE

Runway 14/32 (Northwest to Southeast) is closed due to required maintenance to the runway surface. Runway 05/23 (Northeast to Southwest) will remain open and serve as the primary runway during this time. The scheduled maintenance, which was announced in August after Runway 05/23 reopened, is projected to be complete in spring 2017. 

A Marine uses heavy equipment to remove a fallen tree from a backyard aboard Laure Bay Oct. 9. Marines and sailors with Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort continued to work to remove debris and establish infrastructure aboard the air station and Laurel Bay after Hurricane Matthew.
MCAS Beaufort continues cleanup, recovery efforts
A Marine uses heavy equipment to remove a fallen tree from a backyard aboard Laure Bay Oct. 9. Marines and sailors with Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort continued to work to remove debris and establish infrastructure aboard the air station and Laurel Bay after Hurricane Matthew.
Marines remove a fallen tree from a backyard aboard Laure Bay Oct. 9. Marines and sailors with Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort continued to work to remove debris and establish infrastructure aboard the air station and Laurel Bay after Hurricane Matthew.
MCAS Beaufort continues cleanup, recovery efforts
Marines remove a fallen tree from a backyard aboard Laure Bay Oct. 9. Marines and sailors with Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort continued to work to remove debris and establish infrastructure aboard the air station and Laurel Bay after Hurricane Matthew.
Sgt. Eric McKenzie uses a chainsaw to remove parts of a fallen tree from a parcking lot aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort Oct. 9. Marines and sailors with MCAS Beaufort continued to work to remove debris and establish infrastructure aboard the air station and Laurel Bay after Hurricane Matthew. McKenzie is a bulk fuel specialist with MCAS Beaufort.
MCAS Beaufort continues cleanup, recovery efforts
Sgt. Eric McKenzie uses a chainsaw to remove parts of a fallen tree from a parcking lot aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort Oct. 9. Marines and sailors with MCAS Beaufort continued to work to remove debris and establish infrastructure aboard the air station and Laurel Bay after Hurricane Matthew. McKenzie is a bulk fuel specialist with MCAS Beaufort.
A Marine uses heavy equipment to remove a tree on a road aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort Oct. 9. Marines and sailors with MCAS Beaufort continued to work to remove debris and establish infrastructure aboard the air station and Laurel Bay after Hurricane Matthew.
MCAS Beaufort recovers after Hurricane Matthew
A Marine uses heavy equipment to remove a tree on a road aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort Oct. 9. Marines and sailors with MCAS Beaufort continued to work to remove debris and establish infrastructure aboard the air station and Laurel Bay after Hurricane Matthew.
Marines carry equipment and fuel to clear debris on a road aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort Oct. 9. Marines and sailors with MCAS Beaufort continued to work to remove debris and establish infrastructure aboard the air station and Laurel Bay after Hurricane Matthew.
MCAS Beaufort recovers after Hurricane Matthew
Marines carry equipment and fuel to clear debris on a road aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort Oct. 9. Marines and sailors with MCAS Beaufort continued to work to remove debris and establish infrastructure aboard the air station and Laurel Bay after Hurricane Matthew.
Marines remove a tree from a road aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort Oct. 9. Marines and sailors with MCAS Beaufort continued to work to remove debris and establish infrastructure aboard the air station and Laurel Bay after Hurricane Matthew.
MCAS Beaufort recovers after Hurricane Matthew
Marines remove a tree from a road aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort Oct. 9. Marines and sailors with MCAS Beaufort continued to work to remove debris and establish infrastructure aboard the air station and Laurel Bay after Hurricane Matthew.
Marines remove a tree from main road aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort Oct. 8. Marines and sailors with MCAS Beaufort worked to return the air station and Laurel Bay to normal operations. They removed debris and cleaned up main access roads to establish infrastructure after Hurricane Matthew.
MCAS Beaufort recovers after Hurricane Matthew
Marines remove a tree from main road aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort Oct. 8. Marines and sailors with MCAS Beaufort worked to return the air station and Laurel Bay to normal operations. They removed debris and cleaned up main access roads to establish infrastructure after Hurricane Matthew.
A truck sprays water to clear debris from a main road aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort Oct. 8. Marines and sailors with MCAS Beaufort worked to return the air station and Laurel Bay to normal operations. They removed debris and cleaned up main access roads to establish infrastructure after Hurricane Matthew.
MCAS Beaufort recovers after Hurricane Matthew
A truck sprays water to clear debris from a main road aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort Oct. 8. Marines and sailors with MCAS Beaufort worked to return the air station and Laurel Bay to normal operations. They removed debris and cleaned up main access roads to establish infrastructure after Hurricane Matthew.
A Marine chops a fallen tree at a main road aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort Oct. 8. Marines and sailors with MCAS Beaufort worked to return the air station and Laurel Bay to normal operations. They removed debris and cleaned up main access roads to establish infrastructure after Hurricane Matthew.
MCAS Beaufort recovers after Hurricane Matthew
A Marine chops a fallen tree at a main road aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort Oct. 8. Marines and sailors with MCAS Beaufort worked to return the air station and Laurel Bay to normal operations. They removed debris and cleaned up main access roads to establish infrastructure after Hurricane Matthew.
The skies above Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort clear after Hurricane Matthew passes through South Carolina Oct. 8. The Marines and sailors removed debris and cleaned up main access roads to establish infrastructure after the storm.
MCAS Beaufort recovers after Hurricane Matthew
The skies above Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort clear after Hurricane Matthew passes through South Carolina Oct. 8. The Marines and sailors removed debris and cleaned up main access roads to establish infrastructure after the storm.
Marines clear debris from a main road aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort Oct. 8. Marines and sailors with MCAS Beaufort worked to return the air station and Laurel Bay to normal operations.  They removed debris and cleaned up main access roads to establish infrastructure after Hurricane Matthew.
MCAS Beaufort recovers after Hurricane Matthew
Marines clear debris from a main road aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort Oct. 8. Marines and sailors with MCAS Beaufort worked to return the air station and Laurel Bay to normal operations. They removed debris and cleaned up main access roads to establish infrastructure after Hurricane Matthew.
Marines and sailors await for instructions as Hurricane Matthew passes aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort Oct. 8. Marines and sailors with MCAS Beaufort worked to remove debris and establish infrastructure aboard the air station and Laurel Bay after Hurricane Matthew. The Marines and sailors are with MCAS Beaufort.
MCAS Beaufort stand ready for recovery efforts after Matthew
Marines and sailors await for instructions as Hurricane Matthew passes aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort Oct. 8. Marines and sailors with MCAS Beaufort worked to remove debris and establish infrastructure aboard the air station and Laurel Bay after Hurricane Matthew. The Marines and sailors are with MCAS Beaufort.
Heavy rains and winds beat on heavy equipment aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort Oct. 7. As Hurricane Matthew passes through Florida, MCAS Beaufort prepares for recovery efforts if needed.
MCAS Beaufort readies for impact of Matthew
Heavy rains and winds beat on heavy equipment aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort Oct. 7. As Hurricane Matthew passes through Florida, MCAS Beaufort prepares for recovery efforts if needed.
Cpl. Jimmy Vertus uses his computer to stay in touch with family aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort Oct. 7. As Hurricane Matthew passes through Florida,  MCAS Beaufor prepares for recovery efforts if needed. Vertus is a noncommissioned officer with Combat Camera, Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron.
MCAS Beaufort readies for impact of Matthew
Cpl. Jimmy Vertus uses his computer to stay in touch with family aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort Oct. 7. As Hurricane Matthew passes through Florida, MCAS Beaufor prepares for recovery efforts if needed. Vertus is a noncommissioned officer with Combat Camera, Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron.
A Marine stages heavy equipment aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort Oct. 6. As Matthew makes its way up the Southeast coastal line, the air station put in place procedures to prepare for base recovery which included moving the heavy equipment to a centralized location which will assist with conducting base cleanup if necessary. The Marine is with Marine Wing Support Detachment 31.
MCAS Beaufort prepares for Hurricane Matthew
A Marine stages heavy equipment aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort Oct. 6. As Matthew makes its way up the Southeast coastal line, the air station put in place procedures to prepare for base recovery which included moving the heavy equipment to a centralized location which will assist with conducting base cleanup if necessary. The Marine is with Marine Wing Support Detachment 31.
Mission
The Mission of Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort is to continue supporting establishment operations for 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing, attached II MEF units, and Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island/Eastern Recruiting Region in order to set the conditions for the enduring success of our supported commands and their missions.

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Leaders

Colonel
Peter D. Buck

Commanding Officer
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Lieutenant Colonel
Matthew W. Stover

Executive Officer
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Sergeant Major
KeCia A. Jordan

Command Sergeant Major
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