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Minds behind the flight: MAG-13 mechanics support Northern Lightning By Sgt. David Bickel | August 15, 2018
3rd MAW Marine sets records during DoD Warrior Games By Lance Cpl. Juan Anaya | July 27, 2018
Legacy lives on: Vikings receive CNO award By Sgt. David Bickel | July 19, 2018
3rd MAW supports firefighting operations at Camp Pendleton By Staff Sgt. Brytani Wheeler | July 10, 2018
Communications squadron 48 hones skills during Communications Exercise By Cpl. Nathaniel McAllister | June 28, 2018
Women Marines unite in San Diego By Sgt. Brytani Wheeler | June 25, 2018
What it means to be a modern day leader in the military By Cpl. Jacob Pruitt | June 14, 2018
This boatspace is taken By Master Sgt. Christine Polvorosa | June 11, 2018
Navy and Marine Corps Medal awarded to 3rd MAW Marine for live-saving actions By Sgt. Brytani Wheeler | June 8, 2018
Raiders deliver, assist 1st MLG in heavy equipment drop By Sgt. David Bickel | June 7, 2018
"Greyhawks" assist CALFIRE in wildland training By Lance Cpl. Nadia Stark | May 10, 2018
3rd MAW sergeant major passes the sword By Cpl. Jacob Pruitt | April 27, 2018
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The "FARP" throbs of the MAW   

 

Marines with Marine Wing Support Squadron (MWSS) 373 and Marine Attack Squadron (VMA) 214, Marine Aircraft Group (MAG) 13, 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing, load ordnance onto an AV-8B Harrier at a forward arming and refueling point during Exercise Summer Fury 2018 at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Aug. 1. Summer Fury is designed to increase the functionality and effectiveness of 3rd MAW while also enhancing Marine Air-Ground Task Force and naval integration with participating I Marine Expeditionary Force and naval units. (U.S. Marine photograph by Cpl. Jacob Pruitt)

Minds Behind the Flight: MAG-13 Mechanics Support Northern Lightning
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Minds Behind the Flight: MAG-13 Mechanics Support Northern Lightning
Marine Corps Air Station Miramar / 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing
Aug. 13, 2018 | 0:48
Marines throughout the Marine Corps adhere to certain standards to get their mission accomplished. One of the key elements to flight is ensuring the aircraft is maintained properly and safe for the pilots and our community. Marines at Northern Lightning 18-2 "fix" on a daily basis. (U.S. Marine Corps video by Sgt. David Bickel)
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