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Col. Peter Buck, Left, receives a plaque of recognition from Lt. Col. Jan Durham aboard Marine Corps Air Station BeaufortFeb. 18. The plaque was accepted on behalf of the Provost Marshal’s Office who received federal accreditation fromHeadquarters Marine Corps. The recognition came after seventeen months of observation from Headquarters Marine Corpsthrough a modified course of inspections and criteria used for high-tempo municipal police forces. Buck is the commandingofficer of MCAS Beaufort. Durham is a representative of the Deputy Commandant of Security Plans, Policies, and OperationsSecurity Division. - Col. Peter Buck, Left, receives a plaque of recognition from Lt. Col. Jan Durham aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort Feb. 18. The plaque was accepted on behalf of the Provost Marshal’s Office who received federal accreditation from Headquarters Marine Corps. The recognition came after seventeen months of observation from Headquarters Marine Corps through a modified course of inspections and criteria used for high-tempo municipal police forces. Buck is the commanding officer of MCAS Beaufort. Durham is a representative of the Deputy Commandant of Security Plans, Policies, and Operations Security Division.

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.