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Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan

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VMFA-122 maintenance Marines make it happen during RIMPAC 2014 July 22, 2014 — In the world of Marine Corps aviation, pilots tend to be superstars of the show, flying jets and dropping bombs, but behind the scenes are the Marines on the ground who make it all possible. Maintenance Marines with Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 122 work day and night, repairing and preparing F/A-18C Hornets for their scheduled flights during Rim MORE
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MALS-12 supports VMFA-122 during RIMPAC 2014
MALS-12 supports VMFA-122 during RIMPAC 2014 July 22, 2014 — Twenty-one Marines with Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 12 accompanied Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 122 to Marine Corps Base Hawaii for Rim of the Pacific Exercise 2014 and unit level training. Rim of the Pacific is a multinational maritime exercise that provides a unique training opportunity which helps participants foster and sustain MORE
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CLC-36 conduct IED lane training at Camp Fuji during Exercise Dragon Fire 2014 July 19, 2014 — Combat Logistics Company 36 Marines and augments participated in Improvised Explosive Device lane training to simulate real world operations and enhance leadership skills during Exercise Dragon Fire 2014 at Combined Arms Training Center Camp Fuji, Japan, July 19. Dragon Fire is CLC-36’s annual Battle Skills Training exercise that focuses on MORE
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CLC-36 conduct IED lane training at Camp Fuji during Exercise Dragon Fire 2014
CLC-36 conducts MOUT training at Camp Fuji during Exercise Dragon Fire 2014 July 17, 2014 — Combat Logistics Company 36 Marines and augments engaged in Military Operations on Urban Terrain to simulate real world operations, increase weapon proficiency and enhance leadership skills during Exercise Dragon Fire 2014 at Combined Arms Training Center Camp Fuji, Japan, July 17. Dragon Fire is CLC-36’s annual Battle Skills Training exercise that MORE
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CLC-36 conducts MOUT training at Camp Fuji during Exercise Dragon Fire 2014
CLC-36 engages in squad movements, live fire training during Exercise Dragon Fire 2014 July 17, 2014 — Combat Logistics Company 36 Marines and augments engaged in squad movements and live fire training to increase weapon proficiency and enhance small unit leadership during Exercise Dragon Fire 2014 at Combined Arms Training Center Camp Fuji, Japan, July 17.  Dragon Fire is CLC-36’s annual Battle Skills Training exercise that focuses on improving the MORE
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CLC-36 engages in squad movements, live fire training during Exercise Dragon Fire 2014
Marines become America’s newest citizens July 17, 2014 — Throughout our nation’s history, foreign-born men and women have traveled to the United States to take the Oath of Allegiance, become naturalized citizens, and contribute greatly to their new communities and country. For three Marines, July 17, 2014, marked the day they took the Oath of Allegiance and became new citizens of the U.S. Lance Cpl. MORE
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Marines become America’s newest citizens
More capabilities, more opportunities VMGR-152 arrives at MCAS Iwakuni July 15, 2014 — Arriving from their now-former home of Okinawa, Japan, the first KC-130J Super Hercules of Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Squadron 152, the “Sumos,” touched down aboard Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, today. The KC-130J Super Hercules transfer is a step forward in consolidating and realigning forces, while also maintaining readiness to MORE
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More capabilities, more opportunities, VMGR-152 arrives at MCAS Iwakuni
Religious sermon improves unit cohesion of CLC-36 July 13, 2014 — Lt. Cmdr. Harvey Macklin, regimental chaplain with Combat Logistics Regiment 35, conducted a sermon with Combat Logistics Company 36 Marines and augments to boost morale and foster unit cohesion during Exercise Dragon Fire 2014 at Combined Arms Training Center Camp Fuji, Japan, July 13. Dragon Fire is CLC-36’s annual Battle Skills Training exercise MORE
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Religious sermon improves unit cohesion of CLC-36
CLC-36 practices land navigation skills at Camp Fuji during Exercise Dragon Fire 2014 July 13, 2014 — Combat Logistics Company 36 Marines and augments honed their land navigation skills Lewis and Clark Expedition style as they attempted to maneuver from an unknown location to a final checkpoint by using a map, grid points and compass during Exercise Dragon Fire 2014 at Combined Arms Training Center Camp Fuji, Japan, July 13. Dragon Fire is CLC-36’s MORE
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CLC-36 practices land navigation skills at Camp Fuji during Exercise Dragon Fire 2014
CLC-36 Marines improve combat capabilities during reaction drill training as part of Exercise Dragon Fire 2014 July 13, 2014 — Combat Logistics Company 36 Marines and augments stepped on the firing line with their M-16A4 service rifles to practice reaction drills and weapon proficiency during Exercise Dragon Fire 2014 at Combined Arms Training Center Camp Fuji, Japan, July 13.  Dragon Fire is CLC-36’s annual Battle Skills Training exercise that focuses on improving the MORE
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CLC-36 Marines improve combat capabilities during reaction drill training as part of Exercise Dragon Fire 2014

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