Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort

 

Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort

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An MK-58 Hawker Hunter taxis aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort April 18. The Hawker Hunter and crew are training with Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 501 for multiple weeks to support dissimilar air combat training for F-35B
pilots. The aircraft is with the Airborne Tactical Advantage Company.
ATAC arrives to Fightertown
An MK-58 Hawker Hunter taxis aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort April 18. The Hawker Hunter and crew are training with Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 501 for multiple weeks to support dissimilar air combat training for F-35B pilots. The aircraft is with the Airborne Tactical Advantage Company.
A crew chief conducts pre-flight checks on an MK-58 Hawker Hunter aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort April 18. The Hawker Hunter and crew are training with Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 501 for multiple weeks to support dissimilar air combat training for F-35 pilots. The aircraft is with the Airborne Tactical Advantage Company.
ATAC arrives to Fightertown
A crew chief conducts pre-flight checks on an MK-58 Hawker Hunter aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort April 18. The Hawker Hunter and crew are training with Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 501 for multiple weeks to support dissimilar air combat training for F-35 pilots. The aircraft is with the Airborne Tactical Advantage Company.
A crew chief watches as an MK-58 Hawker Hunter taxis on to the runway aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort April 18. The Hawker Hunter and crew are training with Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 501 for multiple weeks to support dissimilar air combat training for F-35 pilots. The aircraft is with the Airborne Tactical Advantage Company.
ATAC arrives to Fightertown
A crew chief watches as an MK-58 Hawker Hunter taxis on to the runway aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort April 18. The Hawker Hunter and crew are training with Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 501 for multiple weeks to support dissimilar air combat training for F-35 pilots. The aircraft is with the Airborne Tactical Advantage Company.
Cpl. Oubigee Jones assists Lance Cpl. Keandre Blackshire before sparring aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort April 17.
Fighters represent USMC in boxing exhibition
Cpl. Oubigee Jones assists Lance Cpl. Keandre Blackshire before sparring aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort April 17. Lance Cpl. Keandre Blackshire, Cpl. Malik Collins, and Cpl. Oubigee Jones fought in the Marine Corps and Chevrolet Freedom Fight exhibition aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune April 14. The Marines were able to represent the Marine Corps Boxing Team in the exhibition match and had the opportunity to fight in front of retired and current boxing legends. The Marines are Administrative Specialists with the Installation Personnel Administrative Center.
Lance Cpl. Keandre Blackshire, Cpl. Malik Collins, and Cpl. Oubigee Jones fought in the Marine Corps and Chevrolet Freedom Fight exhibition aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune April 14.
Fighters represent USMC in boxing exhibition
Lance Cpl. Keandre Blackshire, Cpl. Malik Collins, and Cpl. Oubigee Jones fought in the Marine Corps and Chevrolet Freedom Fight exhibition aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune April 14. The Marines were able to represent the Marine Corps Boxing Team in the exhibition match and had the opportunity to fight in front of retired and current boxing legends. The Marines are Administrative Specialists with the Installation Personnel Administrative Center.
Cpl. Oubigee Jones practices striking techniques aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, April 17.
Fighters represent USMC in boxing exhibition
Cpl. Oubigee Jones practices striking techniques aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, April 17. Jones fought in the Marine Corps and Chevrolet Freedom Fight exhibition aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune April 14. Jones is an Administrative Specialist with the Installation Personnel Administrative Center.
Cpl. Oubigee Jones practices striking techniques aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort April 17.
Fighters represent USMC in boxing exhibition
Cpl. Oubigee Jones practices striking techniques aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort April 17. Jones fought in the Marine Corps and Chevrolet Freedom Fight exhibition aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune April 14. Jones is an Administrative Specialist with the Installation Personnel Administrative Center.
Cpl. Oubigee Jones assists Lance Cpl. Keandre Blackshire practice striking techniques aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort April 17.
Fighters represent USMC in boxing exhibition
Cpl. Oubigee Jones assists Lance Cpl. Keandre Blackshire practice striking techniques aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort April 17. The Marines fought in the Marine Corps and Chevrolet Freedom Fight exhibition aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune April 14. Jones and Blackshire are Administrative Specialists with the Installation Personnel Administrative Center.
Members of the Royal Air Force, Royal Navy, and U.S. Marines celebrated the 100th anniversary of the RAF’s formation with a mess night aboard Marine Corps Air Station, Beaufort March 23. The mess night was also held to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the formation of 617 Squadron. In attendance to the mess night was the leadership of Marine Aircraft Group 31, Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 501, 617 Squadron, 207 Squadron, and Air Vice Marshal Gerry Mayhew, the commanding officer of No. 1 Group, RAF.
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Members of the Royal Air Force, Royal Navy, and U.S. Marines celebrated the 100th anniversary of the RAF’s formation with a mess night aboard Marine Corps Air Station, Beaufort March 23. The mess night was also held to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the formation of 617 Squadron. In attendance to the mess night was the leadership of Marine Aircraft Group 31, Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 501, 617 Squadron, 207 Squadron, and Air Vice Marshal Gerry Mayhew, the commanding officer of No. 1 Group, RAF.
Members of the Royal Air Force, Royal Navy, and U.S. Marines celebrated the 100th anniversary of the RAF’s formation with a mess night aboard Marine Corps Air Station, Beaufort March 23. The mess night was also held to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the formation of 617 Squadron. In attendance to the mess night was the leadership of Marine Aircraft Group 31, Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 501, 617 Squadron, and 207 Squadron.
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Members of the Royal Air Force, Royal Navy, and U.S. Marines celebrated the 100th anniversary of the RAF’s formation with a mess night aboard Marine Corps Air Station, Beaufort March 23. The mess night was also held to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the formation of 617 Squadron. In attendance to the mess night was the leadership of Marine Aircraft Group 31, Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 501, 617 Squadron, and 207 Squadron.
Members of the Royal Air Force, Royal Navy, and U.S. Marines celebrated the 100th anniversary of the RAF’s formation with a mess night aboard Marine Corps Air Station, Beaufort March 23. The mess night was also held to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the formation of 617 Squadron. In attendance to the mess night was the leadership of Marine Aircraft Group 31, Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 501, 617 Squadron, 207 Squadron and Air Vice Marshal Gerry Mayhew, the commanding officer of No. 1 Group, RAF.
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Members of the Royal Air Force, Royal Navy, and U.S. Marines celebrated the 100th anniversary of the RAF’s formation with a mess night aboard Marine Corps Air Station, Beaufort March 23. The mess night was also held to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the formation of 617 Squadron. In attendance to the mess night was the leadership of Marine Aircraft Group 31, Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 501, 617 Squadron, 207 Squadron and Air Vice Marshal Gerry Mayhew, the commanding officer of No. 1 Group, RAF.
Members of the Royal Air Force, Royal Navy, and U.S. Marines celebrated the 100th anniversary of the RAF’s formation with a mess night aboard Marine Corps Air Station, Beaufort March 23. The mess night was also held to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the formation of 617 Squadron. In attendance to the mess night was the leadership of Marine Aircraft Group 31, Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 501, 617 Squadron, and 207 Squadron.
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Members of the Royal Air Force, Royal Navy, and U.S. Marines celebrated the 100th anniversary of the RAF’s formation with a mess night aboard Marine Corps Air Station, Beaufort March 23. The mess night was also held to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the formation of 617 Squadron. In attendance to the mess night was the leadership of Marine Aircraft Group 31, Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 501, 617 Squadron, and 207 Squadron.
Kids participate in a dance party during Kids Fest in downtown Beaufort, April 7. April is Month of the Military Child and Child Abuse Prevention Month. Marine Corps Community Services hosted the event, organizing informational booths, resources and entertainment.
Kids Fest comes to Beaufort
Kids participate in a dance party during Kids Fest in downtown Beaufort, April 7. April is Month of the Military Child and Child Abuse Prevention Month. Marine Corps Community Services hosted the event, organizing informational booths, resources and entertainment.
A firefighter demonstrates fire safety to a local child during Kids Fest in downtown Beaufort, April 7. April is Month of the Military Child and Child Abuse Prevention Month. The firefighter is with Beaufort County Fire and Rescue.
Kids Fest comes to Beaufort
A firefighter demonstrates fire safety to a local child during Kids Fest in downtown Beaufort, April 7. April is Month of the Military Child and Child Abuse Prevention Month. The firefighter is with Beaufort County Fire and Rescue.
The Parris Island Marine Band performs at Kids Fest in Beaufort, S.C. April 7. Kids Fest was held to help raise awareness for the month of the military child and child abuse prevention month. Marine Corps Community Services hosted the event, organizing informational booths, resources and entertainment.
Kids Fest comes to Beaufort
The Parris Island Marine Band performs at Kids Fest in Beaufort, S.C. April 7. Kids Fest was held to help raise awareness for the month of the military child and child abuse prevention month. Marine Corps Community Services hosted the event, organizing informational booths, resources and entertainment.
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MCAS Beaufort Leaders

Sergeant Major Derrick N. Mays
MCAS Beaufort Command Sergeant Major
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Lieutenant Colonel Matthew W. Stover
MCAS Beaufort Executive Officer
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Colonel Timothy P. Miller
MCAS Beaufort Commanding Officer
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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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