Marine Corps Air Station New River

 

Marine Corps Air Station New River

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A Marine uses a leveling device to ensure a Meteorological Radar Subsystem is even with the ground at Marine Corps Air Station New River, N.C., Sept. 14, 2016.  The MRS, being leveled by Marines with Meteorology and Oceanography platoon, 2nd Intelligence Battalion and Marine Air Traffic Control Detachment Bravo, Marine Air Traffic Control Squadron 2, is used by forecasters to predict tropical storms and better understand cloud cover. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Ashley Lawson/Released)
Marines take training to new heights
A Marine uses a leveling device to ensure a Meteorological Radar Subsystem is even with the ground at Marine Corps Air Station New River, N.C., Sept. 14, 2016. The MRS, being leveled by Marines with Meteorology and Oceanography platoon, 2nd Intelligence Battalion and Marine Air Traffic Control Detachment Bravo, Marine Air Traffic Control Squadron 2, is used by forecasters to predict tropical storms and better understand cloud cover. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Ashley Lawson/Released)
Marines check security ropes in preparation for the installation of a Meteorological Radar Subsystem at Marine Corps Air Station New River, N.C., Sept. 14, 2016. This MRS was installed by Marines with Meteorology and Oceanography platoon, 2nd Intelligence Battalion and Marine Air Traffic Control Detachment Bravo, Marine Air Traffic Control Squadron 2 and is free-standing and requires 12 ropes to properly secure it. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Ashley Lawson/Released) 160914-M-IH158-080
Marines take training to new heights
Marines check security ropes in preparation for the installation of a Meteorological Radar Subsystem at Marine Corps Air Station New River, N.C., Sept. 14, 2016. This MRS was installed by Marines with Meteorology and Oceanography platoon, 2nd Intelligence Battalion and Marine Air Traffic Control Detachment Bravo, Marine Air Traffic Control Squadron 2 and is free-standing and requires 12 ropes to properly secure it. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Ashley Lawson/Released) 160914-M-IH158-080
Marines take down a Meteorological Radar Subsystem at Marine Corps Air Station New River, N.C., Sept. 14, 2016. The MRS, being used by Marines with Meteorology and Oceanography platoon, 2nd Intelligence Battalion and Marine Air Traffic Control Detachment Bravo, Marine Air Traffic Control Squadron 2, is used to predict cloud cover, tropical storms and other possible weather systems in the area. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Ashley Lawson/Released)
Marines take training to new heights
Marines take down a Meteorological Radar Subsystem at Marine Corps Air Station New River, N.C., Sept. 14, 2016. The MRS, being used by Marines with Meteorology and Oceanography platoon, 2nd Intelligence Battalion and Marine Air Traffic Control Detachment Bravo, Marine Air Traffic Control Squadron 2, is used to predict cloud cover, tropical storms and other possible weather systems in the area. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Ashley Lawson/Released)
Marines inspect parts of a mast of a Meteorological Radar Subsystem during the installation at Marine Corps Air Station New River, N.C., Sept. 14, 2016. The MRS, put together by Marines with Meteorology and Oceanography platoon, 2nd Intelligence Battalion, and Marine Air Traffic Control Detachment Bravo, Marine Air Traffic Control Squadron 2, is used by forecasters to accurately predict cloud cover and possible natural disasters. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Ashley Lawson/Released)
Marines take training to new heights
Marines inspect parts of a mast of a Meteorological Radar Subsystem during the installation at Marine Corps Air Station New River, N.C., Sept. 14, 2016. The MRS, put together by Marines with Meteorology and Oceanography platoon, 2nd Intelligence Battalion, and Marine Air Traffic Control Detachment Bravo, Marine Air Traffic Control Squadron 2, is used by forecasters to accurately predict cloud cover and possible natural disasters. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Ashley Lawson/Released)
MARINE CORPS AIR STATION NEW RIVER, N.C. — Sgt. Maj. Luis Leiva, outgoing sergeant major of Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, speaks about his time with the squadron at a Post and Relief Ceremony at Marine Corps Air Station New River, Sep. 16. Leiva thanked the Marines for their hard work and spoke about servant leadership. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Ned Johnson/Released)
Leiva passes H&HS torch to Deabreu
MARINE CORPS AIR STATION NEW RIVER, N.C. — Sgt. Maj. Luis Leiva, outgoing sergeant major of Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, speaks about his time with the squadron at a Post and Relief Ceremony at Marine Corps Air Station New River, Sep. 16. Leiva thanked the Marines for their hard work and spoke about servant leadership. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Ned Johnson/Released)
Sgt. Maj. Nicholas Deabreu, incoming sergeant major of Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, speaks with the squadron at a Post and Relief Ceremony at Marine Corps Air Station New River, Sept. 16. Deabreu challenged the marines of H&HS to give everything they have each day when they come to work.
Leiva passes H&HS torch to Deabreu
Sgt. Maj. Nicholas Deabreu, incoming sergeant major of Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, speaks with the squadron at a Post and Relief Ceremony at Marine Corps Air Station New River, Sept. 16. Deabreu challenged the marines of H&HS to give everything they have each day when they come to work.
Military children and their families were treated to a live Sesame Street show hosted by the USO at Building AS-4000 on Marine Corps Air Station New River, Sept. 9. The Sesame Street/USO experience was designed to help families deal with the many challenges of military life including frequent moves.

For more information, current schedule and avaialable resources about the program, check out the USO website at https://www.uso.org/programs/the-sesame-street-uso-experience-for-military-families.

(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Ned Johnson/Released)
The Sesame Street/USO Experience visits New River
Military children and their families were treated to a live Sesame Street show hosted by the USO at Building AS-4000 on Marine Corps Air Station New River, Sept. 9. The Sesame Street/USO experience was designed to help families deal with the many challenges of military life including frequent moves. For more information, current schedule and avaialable resources about the program, check out the USO website at https://www.uso.org/programs/the-sesame-street-uso-experience-for-military-families. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Ned Johnson/Released)
Military children and their families were treated to a live Sesame Street show hosted by the USO at Building AS-4000 on Marine Corps Air Station New River, Sept. 9. The Sesame Street/USO experience was designed to help families deal with the many challenges of military life including frequent moves.

For more information, current schedule and avaialable resources about the program, check out the USO website at https://www.uso.org/programs/the-sesame-street-uso-experience-for-military-families.

(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Ned Johnson/Released)
The Sesame Street/USO Experience visits New River
Military children and their families were treated to a live Sesame Street show hosted by the USO at Building AS-4000 on Marine Corps Air Station New River, Sept. 9. The Sesame Street/USO experience was designed to help families deal with the many challenges of military life including frequent moves. For more information, current schedule and avaialable resources about the program, check out the USO website at https://www.uso.org/programs/the-sesame-street-uso-experience-for-military-families. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Ned Johnson/Released)
Military children and their families were treated to a live Sesame Street show hosted by the USO at Building AS-4000 on Marine Corps Air Station New River, Sept. 9. The Sesame Street/USO experience was designed to help families deal with the many challenges of military life including frequent moves.

For more information, current schedule and avaialable resources about the program, check out the USO website at https://www.uso.org/programs/the-sesame-street-uso-experience-for-military-families.

(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Ned Johnson/Released)
The Sesame Street/USO Experience visits New River
Military children and their families were treated to a live Sesame Street show hosted by the USO at Building AS-4000 on Marine Corps Air Station New River, Sept. 9. The Sesame Street/USO experience was designed to help families deal with the many challenges of military life including frequent moves. For more information, current schedule and avaialable resources about the program, check out the USO website at https://www.uso.org/programs/the-sesame-street-uso-experience-for-military-families. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Ned Johnson/Released)
Military children and their families were treated to a live Sesame Street show hosted by the USO at Building AS-4000 on Marine Corps Air Station New River, Sept. 9. The Sesame Street/USO experience was designed to help families deal with the many challenges of military life including frequent moves.

For more information, current schedule and avaialable resources about the program, check out the USO website at https://www.uso.org/programs/the-sesame-street-uso-experience-for-military-families.

(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Ned Johnson/Released)
The Sesame Street/USO Experience visits New River
Military children and their families were treated to a live Sesame Street show hosted by the USO at Building AS-4000 on Marine Corps Air Station New River, Sept. 9. The Sesame Street/USO experience was designed to help families deal with the many challenges of military life including frequent moves. For more information, current schedule and avaialable resources about the program, check out the USO website at https://www.uso.org/programs/the-sesame-street-uso-experience-for-military-families. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Ned Johnson/Released)
Military children and their families were treated to a live Sesame Street show hosted by the USO at Building AS-4000 on Marine Corps Air Station New River, Sept. 9. The Sesame Street/USO experience was designed to help families deal with the many challenges of military life including frequent moves.

For more information, current schedule and available resources about the program, check out the USO website at https://www.uso.org/programs/the-sesame-street-uso-experience-for-military-families.

(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Ned Johnson/Released)
The Sesame Stree/USO Experience visits New River
Military children and their families were treated to a live Sesame Street show hosted by the USO at Building AS-4000 on Marine Corps Air Station New River, Sept. 9. The Sesame Street/USO experience was designed to help families deal with the many challenges of military life including frequent moves. For more information, current schedule and available resources about the program, check out the USO website at https://www.uso.org/programs/the-sesame-street-uso-experience-for-military-families. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Ned Johnson/Released)
Military children and their families were treated to a live Sesame Street show hosted by the USO at Building AS-4000 on Marine Corps Air Station New River, Sept. 9. The Sesame Street/USO experience was designed to help families deal with the many challenges of military life including frequent moves.

For more information, current schedule and avaialable resources about the program, check out the USO website at https://www.uso.org/programs/the-sesame-street-uso-experience-for-military-families.
The Sesame Stree/USO Experince visits New River
Military children and their families were treated to a live Sesame Street show hosted by the USO at Building AS-4000 on Marine Corps Air Station New River, Sept. 9. The Sesame Street/USO experience was designed to help families deal with the many challenges of military life including frequent moves. For more information, current schedule and avaialable resources about the program, check out the USO website at https://www.uso.org/programs/the-sesame-street-uso-experience-for-military-families.
Marines, Sailors and civilian employees gathered at the Marine Corps Air Station New River Officer’s Club to remember and honor those who died in the terrorist attacks on Sep. 11, 2001 during a Patriot Day Luncheon. Air station chaplains read the timeline of events of the day 15 years ago before praying for the families of the victims, the nation and government officials.
New River honors fallen at Patriot Day prayer luncheon
Marines, Sailors and civilian employees gathered at the Marine Corps Air Station New River Officer’s Club to remember and honor those who died in the terrorist attacks on Sep. 11, 2001 during a Patriot Day Luncheon. Air station chaplains read the timeline of events of the day 15 years ago before praying for the families of the victims, the nation and government officials.
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Public Notice: Recreation Area 8 and surrounding areas off limits until further notice

As a precautionary measure, the Recreation Area 8 amenities, to include the softball field, small playground, covered pavilion, and primitive campsite are closed until further notice because unexploded ordnance was found buried at a nearby location. Additionally, the property south of the old Perimeter Road to the borders of Southwest Creek and Area 8 is off limits. The Air Station is evaluating these areas to ensure they are safe and to reduce any potential risks. Please contact Public Affairs at 910-451-5655 for further information. [Click here for a map of the restricted area.]

 

 

 

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Colonel Russell C. Burton
MCAS New River Commanding Officer
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Sergeant Major Charles A Metzger
MCAS New River Sergeant Major
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