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Lt. Col. James B. Stone IV relinquished command of Marine Wing Support Squadron 273 to Lt. Col. Phillip J. Schendler aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, July 10.
“I’ve had a tremendous group of team players,” said Stone when asked about his time at MCAS Beaufort. “Any successes I’ve had are the successes of the Marines here.”
MWSS-273 provides internal airfield communications, weather services, expeditionary airfield services, aircraft rescue and firefighting, aircraft and ground refueling, essential engineering services, motor transport, messing, chemical defense, security and law enforcement, airbase commandant functions, and explosive ordinance disposal.
140710-M-NT332-001.JPG Photo By: Cpl. Sarah Cherry

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Jul 18, 2014
Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, South Carolina - Lt. Col. James B. Stone IV relinquished command of Marine Wing Support Squadron 273 to Lt. Col. Phillip J. Schendler aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, July 10. “I’ve had a tremendous group of team players,” said Stone when asked about his time at MCAS Beaufort. “Any successes I’ve had are the successes of the Marines here.” MWSS-273 provides internal airfield communications, weather services, expeditionary airfield services, aircraft rescue and firefighting, aircraft and ground refueling, essential engineering services, motor transport, messing, chemical defense, security and law enforcement, airbase commandant functions, and explosive ordinance disposal.


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