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Lt. Col. Michael P. Brennan and Master Gunnery Sgt. Charles Wright case the Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 122 Colors during a Relinquishment of Command Ceremony aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Sept. 22. During the ceremony, Lt. Col. Michael P. Brennan relinquished command of “The Flying Leathernecks” and then cased the squadron colors for transport. The squadron will stand up aboard Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Ariz. as an F-35B Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter squadron. - Lt. Col. Michael P. Brennan and Master Gunnery Sgt. Charles Wright case the Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 122 Colors during a Relinquishment of Command Ceremony aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Sept. 22. During the ceremony, Lt. Col. Michael P. Brennan relinquished command of “The Flying Leathernecks” and then cased the squadron colors for transport. The squadron will stand up aboard Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Ariz. as an F-35B Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter squadron.

An F-5N Tiger II aircraft rests on the flight line aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort Dec. 3, 2015. The Marine Division Tactics Course began aboard the air station Jan. 11. The course provides F/A- 18 Hornet aircrew and Marine air intercept controllers with groundside and airborne instruction in doctrine, tactics and weapons considerations for the successful use of Marine fighter attack aircraft in combat. Marine Fighter Training Squadron 401 brought eight F-5N Tiger II aircraft to support red air for the course. Red air is the adversary forces for air-to-air training.The aircraft is with VMFT-401, Marine Aircraft Group 41. - An F-5N Tiger II aircraft rests on the flight line aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort Dec. 3, 2015. The Marine Division Tactics Course began aboard the air station Jan. 11. The course provides F/A- 18 Hornet aircrew and Marine air intercept controllers with groundside and airborne instruction in doctrine, tactics and weapons considerations for the successful use of Marine fighter attack aircraft in combat. Marine Fighter Training Squadron 401 brought eight F-5N Tiger II aircraft to support red air for the course. Red air is the adversary forces for air-to-air training.The aircraft is with VMFT-401, Marine Aircraft Group 41.