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The Marines of Marine Wing Support Squadron 273 participate in a squadron-wide field meet aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Oct. 10. The field meet consisted of various events including humvee pull, 7-ton pull, relay race, obstacle course relay, tug-of-war and a pull up competition. Marine Wing Support Squadron 273 provides all essential aviation ground support to a designated fixed-wing component of a Marine Aviation Combat Element (ACE), and all supporting or attached elements of the Marine Air Control Group (MACG). This support includes: internal airfield communications, weather services, expeditionary airfield services, aircraft rescue and firefighting, aircraft and ground refueling, essential engineering services, motor transport, messing, chemical defense, security and law enforcement, airbase commandant functions, and explosive ordinance disposal.
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The Marines of Marine Wing Support Squadron 273 participate in a squadron-wide field meet aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Oct. 10. The field meet consisted of various events including humvee pull, 7-ton pull, relay race, obstacle course relay, tug-of-war and a pull up competition. Marine Wing Support Squadron 273 provides all essential aviation ground support to a designated fixed-wing component of a Marine Aviation Combat Element (ACE), and all supporting or attached elements of the Marine Air Control Group (MACG). This support includes: internal airfield communications, weather services, expeditionary airfield services, aircraft rescue and firefighting, aircraft and ground refueling, essential engineering services, motor transport, messing, chemical defense, security and law enforcement, airbase commandant functions, and explosive ordinance disposal.
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The Marines of Marine Wing Support Squadron 273 participate in a squadron-wide field meet aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Oct. 10. The field meet consisted of various events including humvee pull, 7-ton pull, relay race, obstacle course relay, tug-of-war and a pull up competition. Marine Wing Support Squadron 273 provides all essential aviation ground support to a designated fixed-wing component of a Marine Aviation Combat Element (ACE), and all supporting or attached elements of the Marine Air Control Group (MACG). This support includes: internal airfield communications, weather services, expeditionary airfield services, aircraft rescue and firefighting, aircraft and ground refueling, essential engineering services, motor transport, messing, chemical defense, security and law enforcement, airbase commandant functions, and explosive ordinance disposal.
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The Marines of Marine Wing Support Squadron 273 participate in a squadron-wide field meet aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Oct. 10. The field meet consisted of various events including humvee pull, 7-ton pull, relay race, obstacle course relay, tug-of-war and a pull up competition. Marine Wing Support Squadron 273 provides all essential aviation ground support to a designated fixed-wing component of a Marine Aviation Combat Element (ACE), and all supporting or attached elements of the Marine Air Control Group (MACG). This support includes: internal airfield communications, weather services, expeditionary airfield services, aircraft rescue and firefighting, aircraft and ground refueling, essential engineering services, motor transport, messing, chemical defense, security and law enforcement, airbase commandant functions, and explosive ordinance disposal.
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The Marines of Marine Wing Support Squadron 273 participate in a squadron-wide field meet aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Oct. 10. The field meet consisted of various events including humvee pull, 7-ton pull, relay race, obstacle course relay, tug-of-war and a pull up competition. Marine Wing Support Squadron 273 provides all essential aviation ground support to a designated fixed-wing component of a Marine Aviation Combat Element (ACE), and all supporting or attached elements of the Marine Air Control Group (MACG). This support includes: internal airfield communications, weather services, expeditionary airfield services, aircraft rescue and firefighting, aircraft and ground refueling, essential engineering services, motor transport, messing, chemical defense, security and law enforcement, airbase commandant functions, and explosive ordinance disposal.
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The Marines of Marine Wing Support Squadron 273 participate in a squadron-wide field meet aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Oct. 10. The field meet consisted of various events including humvee pull, 7-ton pull, relay race, obstacle course relay, tug-of-war and a pull up competition. Marine Wing Support Squadron 273 provides all essential aviation ground support to a designated fixed-wing component of a Marine Aviation Combat Element (ACE), and all supporting or attached elements of the Marine Air Control Group (MACG). This support includes: internal airfield communications, weather services, expeditionary airfield services, aircraft rescue and firefighting, aircraft and ground refueling, essential engineering services, motor transport, messing, chemical defense, security and law enforcement, airbase commandant functions, and explosive ordinance disposal.
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The Marines of Marine Wing Support Squadron 273 participate in a squadron-wide field meet aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Oct. 10. The field meet consisted of various events including humvee pull, 7-ton pull, relay race, obstacle course relay, tug-of-war and a pull up competition. Marine Wing Support Squadron 273 provides all essential aviation ground support to a designated fixed-wing component of a Marine Aviation Combat Element (ACE), and all supporting or attached elements of the Marine Air Control Group (MACG). This support includes: internal airfield communications, weather services, expeditionary airfield services, aircraft rescue and firefighting, aircraft and ground refueling, essential engineering services, motor transport, messing, chemical defense, security and law enforcement, airbase commandant functions, and explosive ordinance disposal.
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The Marines of Marine Wing Support Squadron 273 participate in a squadron-wide field meet aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Oct. 10. The field meet consisted of various events including humvee pull, 7-ton pull, relay race, obstacle course relay, tug-of-war and a pull up competition. Marine Wing Support Squadron 273 provides all essential aviation ground support to a designated fixed-wing component of a Marine Aviation Combat Element (ACE), and all supporting or attached elements of the Marine Air Control Group (MACG). This support includes: internal airfield communications, weather services, expeditionary airfield services, aircraft rescue and firefighting, aircraft and ground refueling, essential engineering services, motor transport, messing, chemical defense, security and law enforcement, airbase commandant functions, and explosive ordinance disposal.
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The Marines of Marine Wing Support Squadron 273 participate in a squadron-wide field meet aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Oct. 10. The field meet consisted of various events including humvee pull, 7-ton pull, relay race, obstacle course relay, tug-of-war and a pull up competition. Marine Wing Support Squadron 273 provides all essential aviation ground support to a designated fixed-wing component of a Marine Aviation Combat Element (ACE), and all supporting or attached elements of the Marine Air Control Group (MACG). This support includes: internal airfield communications, weather services, expeditionary airfield services, aircraft rescue and firefighting, aircraft and ground refueling, essential engineering services, motor transport, messing, chemical defense, security and law enforcement, airbase commandant functions, and explosive ordinance disposal.
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Tri-command service members, retirees and civilians from the local area participate in the Marine Corps Community Services Harvest Moon Run aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, Oct. 7. Marine Corps Community Services holds the 5K run each year to bring service members together and provide a fun and healthy way to build unit cohesion.
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Tri-command service members, retirees and civilians from the local area participate in the Marine Corps Community Services Harvest Moon Run aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, Oct. 7. Marine Corps Community Services holds the 5K run each year to bring service members together and provide a fun and healthy way to build unit cohesion.
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Pictured from left to right are Master Gunnery Sgt. Thomas Higginbottom, retired, Col. Jack Snyder, retired, Marine Corps Community Services South Carolina operations officer,  Bob Mullen, director of Marine and Family programs, Gayle Wierzbicki, drug demand reduction coordinator, and Jose Lugo, program director of substance abuse, participated in the Red Ribbon golf tournament at The Legends, Oct. 17. The free tournament  promoted awareness of the negative effects drugs can have on individuals and communities for Red Ribbon Week. Red Ribbon Week is held each year in honor of Enrique Camarena, a Marine and drug enforcement agent who was killed in 1985 while reducing the amount of drugs trafficked into the United States. The theme this year is “Love yourself, be drug free,” and encourages community unity against drug abuse.
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Gunnery Sgt. Michael Montanez competes in the Red Ribbon golf tournament at The Legends, Oct. 17. The free tournament  promoted awareness of the negative effects drugs can have on individuals and communities for Red Ribbon Week. Red Ribbon Week is held each year in honor of Enrique Camarena, a Marine and drug enforcement agent who was killed in 1985 while reducing the amount of drugs trafficked into the United States. The theme this year is “Love yourself, be drug free,” and encourages community unity against drug abuse.
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Lance Cpl. Sage Trevor begins his swing during the Red Ribbon golf tournament at The Legends, Oct. 17. The free tournament  promoted awareness of the negative effects drugs can have on individuals and communities for Red Ribbon Week. Red Ribbon Week is held each year in honor of Enrique Camarena, a Marine and drug enforcement agent who was killed in 1985 while reducing the amount of drugs trafficked into the United States. The theme this year is “Love yourself, be drug free,” and encourages community unity against drug abuse.
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Marines participated in the Red Ribbon golf tournament at The Legends, Oct. 17. The free tournament  promoted awareness of the negative effects drugs can have on individuals and communities for Red Ribbon Week. Red Ribbon Week is held each year in honor of Enrique Camarena, a Marine and drug enforcement agent who was killed in 1985 while reducing the amount of drugs trafficked into the United States. The theme this year is “Love yourself, be drug free,” and encourages community unity against drug abuse.
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The second “Dad’s Day in the Park,” an event developed and hosted by the New Parent Support Program, was held Oct. 4 at the Barnett Field Playground. With a medieval theme, there were many little knights, dragons and princesses running around.
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