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Cpl. Nathan J. Ferbert, ABOARD USS BONHOMME RICHARD
The 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit wasted no time "being ready," as President George W. Bush demanded of all U.S. forces in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Finishing its Special Operations Capable Exercise a month ahead of schedule, "The Fighting 13th" executed 11 ship-to-shore missions during a 13-day at-sea period off the Southern
Lance Cpl. Jason E. Miller, MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII KANEOHE BAY, Hawaii
Active and retired servicemembers interested in furthering their service to the government not by staying in the military, but by assuming the role of an educator, gathered at Windward Community College Nov. 6, to learn more about the Troops to Teachers program that could possibly allow them to achieve such a goal. The Defense Activity for
Sgt Thomas Michael Corcoran, SOUDA BAY, CRETE
The USS Bataan, carrying Marines and Sailors of the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit (Special Operations Capable) and Amphibious Squadron-8, pulled away from the Pier with a renewed spirit Nov. 4, after a few days of well-deserved liberty in the Cretan town of Chania. Service members enjoyed downtown Chania's tourism, shopping, excellent food and
Sgt Thomas Michael Corcoran, ABOARD USS WHIDBEY ISLAND
The 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit (Special Operations Capable), along with amphibious forces from Spain and Egypt, performed a coordinated beach assault north of Mubarak Military City, Egypt Oct. 23. The demonstration was the culmination of more than two weeks of coalition training during Exercise Bright Star 01-02. For those who participated
Cpl. Joe Lindsay, MARINE CORPS AIR STATION IWAKUNI
Intramural sports aboard the Station are back after a temporary postponement in the wake of the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington, D.C., Sept. 11. The decision in Iwakuni to put sports on hold was also mirrored back home in the United States, where Major League Baseball, the NFL and NCAA also postponed scheduled games. "I want to
Gunnery Sgt. M.A. Zeid, MARINE CORPS AIR STATION IWAKUNI
Hatred! Mention the name of Osama bin Laden and people's hearts fill with hatred. However, people's anger would be best tempered with a more complete picture of exactly who is Osama bin Laden. First and foremost, at the time of this report, Osama bin Laden is the primary suspect behind the terrorist attacks on New York City and the Pentagon,
, MARINE CORPS LOGISTIC BASE ALBANY, Ga
The commander of Marine Corps Logistics Bases recently addressed more than 60 attendees at a local civic association meeting. BGen. Richard S. Kramlich shared his thoughts and other information regarding the present-day Marine Corps with members of the Albany Golden Key Kiwanis Club July 25 at the Saint Patrick's Episcopal Church. The Kiwanis
Capt Sean Zukowski (Contributing writer), ABOARD USS PONCE
MEU Service Support Group-24 is currently deployed with the 24th MEU (SOC) in the Mediterranean. Composed of seven detachments, the "G" provides invaluable logistics and combat service support to the overall MEU. Following is a description of the Transportation Support Detachment by its officer-in-charge, Capt Sean Zukowski, of Worcester, Mass.
1stLt Ryan Prince (Contributing writer), BRINDISI, Italy
During a recent port visit to Brindisi, Italy, Marines and Sailors of the 24th MEU (SOC) embarked on a tour of Pompeii, the ancient Roman city buried in ash by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 A.D. Following is a description of the trip by 1stLt Ryan Prince, of the Command Element's Radio Battalion Detachment. Our recent tour of Pompeii was
GySgt. Mike Dougherty, BIZA, Albania
Members of 24th MEU's reconnaissance detachment pulled critical supplies from thin air during Albanian Phiblex this deployment. GySgt. Paul Moose, Force Recon detachment operations chief, arranged for an aerial resupply of water and MRE's for a platoon hunkered down in the rocky slopes of Albania. Such resupply efforts are common in much