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Something special: MACG-38 Marine sets standard Something special: MACG-38 Marine sets standard

By Lance Cpl. Christopher Johns | April 11, 2014

Whether on the job, volunteering with those less fortunate than himself, or offering a shining example of leadership for his Marines to follow, a sergeant with Marine Air Control Group (MACG) 38 finds time to do it all.   Sgt. Alan Hill, manpower and personnel chief with MACG-38, stands as a fine example of what it means to be a committed and MORE
From hardships to inspiration; one wife explains it all From hardships to inspiration; one wife explains it all

By Cpl. Melissa Eschenbrenner | April 07, 2014

Adjusting to the stresses and challenges of the Marine Corps lifestyle may seem overwhelming, but for one spouse, finding peace amidst the struggles comes through creative expression.  Jessica Mastorakos, an active volunteer with Marine Fighter Attack Squadron (VMFA) 323 “Death Rattlers”, remained inspired by the people around her who share MORE
Devil dogs get dirty at American Supercamp Riding School Devil dogs get dirty at American Supercamp Riding School

By Lance Cpl. Christopher Johns | April 04, 2014

Marines with Marine Air Control Group (MACG) 38 hosted the American Supercamp Riding School course aboard Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., April 1-2.  The traveling dirt bike school helped train Marines and Sailors with MACG-38 and Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron (MALS) 11 through teaching better riding habits, some of which could be MORE
Three-day course offers new perspective on leadership Three-day course offers new perspective on leadership

By Lance Cpl. Christopher Johns | April 04, 2014

Newly promoted corporals with 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing attended a three-day Committed and Engaged Leadership Indoctrination course aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif., April 1-3.  Maj. Gen. Steven Busby, 3rd MAW commanding general, implemented the course held in the field to teach new noncommissioned officers about the responsibilities MORE
MALS-11 puts newest capability to work

By Story by Lance Cpl. Christopher Johns | April 02, 2014

Marines with Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron (MALS) 11 held a ribbon cutting ceremony aboard Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., March 28. The inauguration event for the F/A-18 APG-73 Radar System Integrated Test Bench marked the first time the Marine Corps has gained this repair capability from Raytheon-Space and Airborne Systems. MORE
3rd MAW, MCAS Miramar plan for Sexual Assault Awareness Month

By Lance Cpl. Christopher Johns | April 02, 2014

The 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing and Marine Corps Air Station Miramar acknowledge Sexual Assault Awareness Month as they prepare different methods of raising awareness about Sexual Assault Prevention and Response throughout April.  Sexual assault has always been an affront to Marine Corps’ values. It negatively impacts Marines, their accomplishments MORE
MCAS Miramar police conduct active shooter training

By Lance Cpl. Owen Kimbrel | April 02, 2014

Police from Marine Corps Air Station Miramar Provost Marshal’s Office participated in an active shooter exercise at the Navy Marine Reserve Center aboard MCAS Miramar, Calif., April 2.   Training in simulated environments helps develop quick, rational decision-making skills in a safe and controlled atmosphere.  “It keeps our skills sharp and up to MORE
3rd MAW hosts Friday Night Lights for spouses

By Lance Cpl. Owen Kimbrel | April 01, 2014

Marine spouses laced up their cleats and took to the gridiron during the Committed and Engaged Spouses Support League “Friday Night Lights” Football Tournament aboard Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., March 28.   The tournament was part of Maj. Gen. Steven Busby’s, 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing commanding general, Committed and Engaged Spouses MORE
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