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Sep

2014

Temporary suspension of non-critical SMCR, IMA affiliations

Sgt. Jessica Ito, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Reserve

Marine administrative message 429/14 directs a temporary suspension of non-critical prior service Selected Marine Corps Reserve and Individual Mobilization Augment's affiliation upon completion of the fiscal year 2014 mission. The authorized Selected Reserve end-strength is 39,600 Marines. In order to ensure the force does not exceed this




02

Sep

2014

MWCS-28 exercises ability to support expeditionary communications

Courtesy Story, Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point

Marine Wing Communications Squadron 28 provides expeditionary communications for the aviation combat element of the Marine Air-Ground Task Force, including the phased deployment of tasked-organized elements in support of MAGTF operations as part of its primary mission. As the operational environment changes, the Spartans of MWCS-28 are taking




01

Sep

2014

All Navy, Marine Corps rugby team prepares to compete in Common Wealth Navies Cup

Cpl. Keenan Zelazoski, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton

The All Navy and Marine Corps Rugby Team claimed a 21-7 victory over the Oceanside Chiefs as part of a try-out camp at Paige Field House here, Aug. 30.Thirty-five Marines and sailors are competing to fill 28 open slots on the team to represent our country at the Common Wealth Navies Rugby Cup in the motherland of the sport, New Zealand.The Chiefs,




01

Sep

2014

HMH-366 focuses on crew communication during heavy lift training

Cpl. J. R. Heins, Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point

Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 366 practiced vertical lift capabilities and crew communication tactics during training near Marine Corps Air Station New River, N.C., Aug. 20.The squadron's CH-53E Super Stallions transport heavy quantities of gear, like weapon systems and vehicles, quickly and efficiently in support the Marine Air-Ground Task




01

Sep

2014

SPMAGTF-South visits Chile

Cpl. Christopher J. Moore, I Marine Expeditionary Force

Marines and Sailors aboard the future amphibious assault ship USS America (LHA 6) manned the rails as the ship prepared to dock for a port visit in Valparaíso, Chile, Aug. 24. During the port visit, America and Special Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force South assisted in the conclusion of the Partnership of America exercise, hosted distinguished




01

Sep

2014

HMM-364 completes POA, lands aboard USS America

Cpl. Donald Holbert, I Marine Expeditionary Force

U.S. Marine Corps CH-46E Sea Knight helicopters with Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 364 landed aboard the future amphibious assault ship USS America (LHA 6), Aug. 24. The CH-46s boarded America after completing their participation in the multi-lateral humanitarian assistance and disaster relief exercise Partnership of the Americas 2014. The




30

Aug

2014

Bench press competition returns to Combat Center

Cpl. Charles Santamaria, G-5 Community Plans and Liaison / Public Affairs

1st Lt. Chad Carlson, motor transportation officer, 3rd Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion, won the Bench Press Competition hosted by Semper Fit, High Intensity Tactical Training program and GNC at the East Gym, Aug. 28, 2014.




29

Aug

2014

4th Force Recon wraps up full mission profile training

Cpl. Matthew Callahan, Marine Corps Base Hawaii

Marines assigned to reserve 4th Force Reconnaissance Company conducted sustainment training on and around Marine Corps Base Hawaii for their two-week annual training package, completing a full mission profile, Aug. 23, 2014.




29

Aug

2014

Divers document relics off Kaneohe Bay shores

Cpl. Matthew Callahan, Marine Corps Base Hawaii

A small group of divers teamed up with the Environmental Compliance and Protection Department to observe and document historic landmarks beneath the waves off of Pyramid Rock Beach aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Aug. 22, 2014.




29

Aug

2014

New mess hall competes for William P.T. Hill Trophy

Cpl. Keenan Zelazoski, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton

Throughout history, successful men have detailed ‘the grind,’ or the price of success, whether it be starting a successful business or winning the Super Bowl.Get up. Get dressed. Another early morning in the Marine Corps is kicked off with the usual run or trip to the gym, leading into a day filled with plenty of work to be done. Like any other





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