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The Marines with Marine Wing Support Squadron 273 departed July 30, and made their way to Fort Stewart in Hinesville, Ga., for Field Exercise 2-14. Field Exercise 2-14 is a 10 to 12 day field exercise the squadron conducts in order to get Marines and sailors tactically ready  with weapon familiarization, performing land navigation, living in the field and gives them a chance to execute their Military Occupational Specialties in the field, according to Master Sgt. Daniel Rodriguez, the motor transport chief for MWSS-273.
140805-M-NT332-032.JPG Photo By: Cpl. Sarah Cherry

Aug 8, 2014
Ft. Stewart, Ga. - The Marines with Marine Wing Support Squadron 273 departed July 30, and made their way to Fort Stewart in Hinesville, Ga., for Field Exercise 2-14. Field Exercise 2-14 is a 10 to 12 day field exercise the squadron conducts in order to get Marines and sailors tactically ready with weapon familiarization, performing land navigation, living in the field and gives them a chance to execute their Military Occupational Specialties in the field, according to Master Sgt. Daniel Rodriguez, the motor transport chief for MWSS-273.


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