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Maj. Gen. Michael Rocco, commanding general of 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing, spoke during a morning colors ceremony aboard Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., Dec. 9. The ceremony was held to commemorate the end of 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing’s presence in Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
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Col. Patrick Gramuglia, commanding officer of Marine Aircraft Group Afghanistan, cased the colors during a morning colors ceremony aboard Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., Dec. 9. The casing of the colors signifies the end of 3rd MAW’s operations in Afghanistan and the conclusion of MAG-A.
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A pageant of Marines exit the parade deck during a morning colors ceremony aboard Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., Dec. 9. The Marines wore different uniforms and combat gear to symbolize the different roles of Marines during their involvement in Operation Enduring Freedom.
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Three Marines stand symbolizing the many roles of Marines in the past thirteen years of combat operations by wearing different uniforms and combat gear aboard Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., Dec. 9. The Marines were part of a morning colors ceremony that recognized the end of the 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing’s operations in Afghanistan.
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The flag is raised during a morning colors ceremony aboard Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., Dec. 9. The ceremony commemorated the deactivation of Marine Aircraft Group Afghanistan and the end of 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing’s involvement in Operation Enduring Freedom.
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Capt. Ryan Heilmann, reviewing officer, stands in front of the color guard during a morning colors ceremony aboard Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., Dec. 9. The ceremony commemorated the deactivation of Marine Aircraft Group Afghanistan and the end of 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing’s involvement in Operation Enduring Freedom.
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Marines with Marine Wing Communications Squadron (MWCS) 38 conducts a six-mile hike through the east side of Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., Nov. 14, as part of an annual birthday tradition. Marines also used it as a time to also conduct classes ranging from chemical biological radiological neurological defense to domestic and child abuse awareness training.
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Marines with Marine Wing Communications Squadron (MWCS) 38 conducts a six-mile hike through the east side of Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., Nov. 14, as part of an annual birthday tradition. Marines of MWCS-38 conduct a squadron-wide training evolution the day before their Marine Corps birthday ball as an annual tradition.
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Marines with Marine Wing Communications Squadron (MWCS) 38 wear their gas masks during a six-mile hike through the east side of Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., Nov. 14, as part of an annual birthday tradition. The Marine of MWCS-38 practiced their readiness for chemical biological radiological neurological defense while on the hike.
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Cpl. Spencer Studer, training noncommissioned officer with Marine Wing Communications Squadron (MWCS) 38, dons and clears his mask during a six-mile hike through the east side of Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., Nov. 14. The hike was a part of the squadrons’ annual birthday tradition.
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Marines with Marine Wing Communications Squadron (MWCS) 38 conducts a six-mile hike through the east side of Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., Nov. 14, as part of an annual birthday tradition. Marines used it as a time to also conduct classes ranging from chemical biological radiological neurological defense to domestic and child abuse awareness training.
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Two Marines show students how to do a workout challenge at Morning Creek Elementary School, Nov. 5. Marines visited the school to volunteer with students at Mrs. Amy P. Budde’s 2nd grade class.
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Marine volunteers supervise students from Morning Creek Elementary School during a hurdling event, Nov. 5. Marines visit the school to help mentor students in Mrs. Amy P. Budde’s 2nd grade class every Wednesday.
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Cpl. Paa Kwesi “P.K.” Coleman, an aviation supply and accounting specialist with Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron (MALS) 16 helps some students with an assignment at Morning Creek Elementary School, Nov. 5. Marines visit the school to help mentor students in Mrs. Amy P. Budde’s 2nd grade class every Wednesday.
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Lance Cpl. Schuyler Frincke, a safety and survival specialist with Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron (VMM) 268, helps a group of students with their classwork at Morning Creek Elementary School, Nov. 5. Marines come out every Wednesday to volunteer at this school for the children.
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Mrs. Amy P. Budde, 2nd grade teacher with Morning Creek Elementary School, hands out an assignment to Marine volunteers for the students in the class, Nov. 5. The volunteers would help with classwork and physical activities, such as team sports.
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