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Lt. Col. Kate Murray and Capt. Kevin Buonomo handle the company guidon during Combat Logistics Company 23's realignment ceremony aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, March 15. Buono is the Company Commander of CLC-23 and Murray is the Commanding Officer of 2nd Maintenance Battalion.
Marines stand in formation during Combat Logistic Company 23's realignment ceremony aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, March 15. During the ceremony, CLC-23 realigned from under the command of Combat Logistics Regiment 25 to 2nd Maintenance Battalion, both aboard Camp Lejeune, N.C.
Capt. Kevin Buonomo and 1st Sgt. Adrian Munoz handle the company guidon during Combat Logistics Company 23's realignment ceremony aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, March 15. Buonomo is the Company Commander and Munoz is the Company 1st Sgt. of CLC-23.
Capt. Kevin Buonomo and 1st Sgt. Adrian Munoz handle the national colors during Combat Logistic Company 23's realignment ceremony aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, March 15. Buonomo is the Company Commander and Munoz is the Company 1st Sgt. of CLC-23.
Master Sgt. Tony Palomo checks a weather vane on the Explosive Ordnance Disposal range aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Feb. 19. Palomo is the Staff Non-commissioned officer in charge of Marine Wing Support Squadron 273 EOD.
Master Sgt. Jordan Johnson and Chief Warrant Officer 3 Scott Carter prepare for a brief on the explosive ordnance range aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Feb. 19. Johnson is the Staff non-commissioned officer in charge and Carter is the officer in charge of MCAS Beaufort EOD.
Explosive ordnance disposal Marines conduct a detonation on the EOD range aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Feb. 19. MCAS Beaufort EOD Marines are trained to respond to explosive threats while deployed as well in the surrounding Lowcountry.
An F-35 takes off during Marine Division Tactics Course aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Feb. 1. MDTC focuses on air to air and self-escort strike tactics to help aviators hone their skills for real life scenarios.
An F-18 takes off during Marine Division Tactics Course aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Feb. 1. MDTC focuses on air to air and self-escort strike tactics to help aviators hone their skills for real life scenarios.
An F-18 takes off during Marine Division Tactics Course aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Feb. 1. MDTC focuses on air to air and self-escort strike tactics to help aviators hone their skills for real life scenarios.
A pair of F-35's fly overhead during Marine Division Tactics Course aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Feb. 1. MDTC focuses on air to air and self-escort strike tactics to help aviators hone their skills for real life scenarios.
Lt. Col. Jonathan Curtis addresses a crowd during VMFA-115’s change of command ceremony aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Jan. 11. During the ceremony
Curtis relinquished command of the “Silver Eagles” to Lt. Col. Edmund Hipp.
Lt. Col. Edmund B. Hipp addresses a crowd during VMFA-115’s change of command ceremony aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Jan. 11. During the ceremony Lt. Col. Jonathan Curtis relinquished command of the “Silver Eagles” to Hipp.
Marines stand in formation during VMFA-115’s change of command ceremony aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Jan. 11. During the ceremony Lt. Col. Jonathan Curtis relinquished command of the squadron to Lt. Col. Edmund Hipp
Marines with MWSD-273 conduct a Forward Arming and Refueling Point exercise aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, SC, Dec. 19, 2018. The FARP trained the Marines for upcoming exercises and deployments.(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Debra S. Sainer/Released)
Marines with MWSD-273 conduct a Forward Arming and Refueling Point exercise aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, SC, Dec. 19, 2018. The FARP trained the Marines for upcoming exercises and deployments.(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Debra S. Sainer/Released)
Marines with MWSD-273 conduct a Forward Arming and Refueling Point exercise aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, SC, Dec. 19, 2018. The FARP trained the Marines for upcoming exercises and deployments.(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Debra S. Sainer/Released)
Cpl. Chris Stephens congratulates a student on completing the of the Drug Abuse Resistance Education program
at Laurel Bay, Dec. 17. The goal of the program is the educate students on the danger of substance abuse. Cpl.
Stephens is the school resource officer. (Photo by: Cpl. Debra Sainer/Released
Students at Bolden Elementary School listen to a school assembly during a D.A.R.E. graduation ceremony on Laurel
Bay, Dec. 17. The program was founded in 1983, and is now taught in more than 50 countries around the world,
according to the D.A.R.E. program website. The goal of the program is the educate students on the danger of substance
abuse.
Cpl. Chris Stephens speaks to students at the graduation of the Drug Abuse Resistance Education program at Laurel Bay, Dec. 17. The goal of the program is the educate students
on the danger of substance abuse. Stephens is the school resource officer for Laurel Bay schools. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Debra S. Sainer/Released)