Marine Corps Air Station New River

 

Marine Corps Air Station New River

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Students at DeLalio Elementary School participate in the Cardboard Box Challenge, a global Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education event, March 10. After creating an arcade out of cardboard and other recyclable materials, the students invited friends in family to come play the games.
DeLalio holds Cardboard Box Challenge
Students at DeLalio Elementary School participate in the Cardboard Box Challenge, a global Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education event, March 10. After creating an arcade out of cardboard and other recyclable materials, the students invited friends in family to come play the games.
Students at DeLalio Elementary School participate in the Cardboard Box Challenge, a global Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education event, March 10. After creating an arcade out of cardboard and other recyclable materials, the students invited friends in family to come play the games.
DeLalio holds Cardboard Box Challenge
Students at DeLalio Elementary School participate in the Cardboard Box Challenge, a global Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education event, March 10. After creating an arcade out of cardboard and other recyclable materials, the students invited friends in family to come play the games.
Students at DeLalio Elementary School participate in the Cardboard Box Challenge, a global Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education event, March 10. After creating an arcade out of cardboard and other recyclable materials, the students invited friends in family to come play the games.
DeLalio holds Cardboard Box Challenge
Students at DeLalio Elementary School participate in the Cardboard Box Challenge, a global Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education event, March 10. After creating an arcade out of cardboard and other recyclable materials, the students invited friends in family to come play the games.
Students at DeLalio Elementary School participate in the Cardboard Box Challenge, a global Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education event, March 10. After creating an arcade out of cardboard and other recyclable materials, the students invited friends in family to come play the games.
DeLalio holds Cardboard Box Challenge
Students at DeLalio Elementary School participate in the Cardboard Box Challenge, a global Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education event, March 10. After creating an arcade out of cardboard and other recyclable materials, the students invited friends in family to come play the games.
Students at DeLalio Elementary School participate in the Cardboard Box Challenge, a global Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education event, March 10. After creating an arcade out of cardboard and other recyclable materials, the students invited friends in family to come play the games.
DeLalio holds Cardboard Box Challenge
Students at DeLalio Elementary School participate in the Cardboard Box Challenge, a global Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education event, March 10. After creating an arcade out of cardboard and other recyclable materials, the students invited friends in family to come play the games.
Students at DeLalio Elementary School participate in the Cardboard Box Challenge, a global Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education event, March 10. After creating an arcade out of cardboard and other recyclable materials, the students invited friends in family to come play the games.
DeLalio holds Cardboard Box Challenge
Students at DeLalio Elementary School participate in the Cardboard Box Challenge, a global Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education event, March 10. After creating an arcade out of cardboard and other recyclable materials, the students invited friends in family to come play the games.
Students at DeLalio Elementary School participate in the Cardboard Box Challenge, a global Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education event, March 10. After creating an arcade out of cardboard and other recyclable materials, the students invited friends in family to come play the games.
DeLalio holds Cardboard Box Challenge
Students at DeLalio Elementary School participate in the Cardboard Box Challenge, a global Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education event, March 10. After creating an arcade out of cardboard and other recyclable materials, the students invited friends in family to come play the games.
Students at DeLalio Elementary School participate in the Cardboard Box Challenge, a global Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education event, March 10. After creating an arcade out of cardboard and other recyclable materials, the students invited friends in family to come play the games.
DeLalio holds Cardboard Box Challenge
Students at DeLalio Elementary School participate in the Cardboard Box Challenge, a global Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education event, March 10. After creating an arcade out of cardboard and other recyclable materials, the students invited friends in family to come play the games.
Students at DeLalio Elementary School participate in the Cardboard Box Challenge, a global Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education event, March 10. After creating an arcade out of cardboard and other recyclable materials, the students invited friends in family to come play the games.
DeLalio holds Cardboard Box Challenge
Students at DeLalio Elementary School participate in the Cardboard Box Challenge, a global Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education event, March 10. After creating an arcade out of cardboard and other recyclable materials, the students invited friends in family to come play the games.
Students at DeLalio Elementary School participate in the Cardboard Box Challenge, a global Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education event, March 10. After creating an arcade out of cardboard and other recyclable materials, the students invited friends in family to come play the games.
DeLalio holds Cardboard Box Challenge
Students at DeLalio Elementary School participate in the Cardboard Box Challenge, a global Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education event, March 10. After creating an arcade out of cardboard and other recyclable materials, the students invited friends in family to come play the games.
Students at DeLalio Elementary School participate in the Cardboard Box Challenge, a global Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education event, March 10. After creating an arcade out of cardboard and other recyclable materials, the students invited friends in family to come play the games.
DeLalio holds Cardboard Box Challenge
Students at DeLalio Elementary School participate in the Cardboard Box Challenge, a global Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education event, March 10. After creating an arcade out of cardboard and other recyclable materials, the students invited friends in family to come play the games.
MARINE CORPS AIR STATION NEW RIVER, N.C. — Corporals across Marine Corps Air Station New River strengthened their leadership skills during Corporal’s Course, Feb 22.  “You will come here already a corporal. We will not teach you how to be a corporal,” said Sgt. Maj. Luis Leiva, sergeant major Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron. “But we will teach you how to be better. We will teach you to be a better Marine, a better leader and a better corporal.”
Corporals’ Course: Strengthening leaders
MARINE CORPS AIR STATION NEW RIVER, N.C. — Corporals across Marine Corps Air Station New River strengthened their leadership skills during Corporal’s Course, Feb 22. “You will come here already a corporal. We will not teach you how to be a corporal,” said Sgt. Maj. Luis Leiva, sergeant major Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron. “But we will teach you how to be better. We will teach you to be a better Marine, a better leader and a better corporal.”
MARINE CORPS AIR STATION NEW RIVER, N.C. — Special Olympics athletes visited Marine Corps Air Station New River and competed in multiple events to include turkey bowling. The event was hosted by the commissary and was designed to provide a special day for the athletes.
New River hosts Special Olympics athletes
MARINE CORPS AIR STATION NEW RIVER, N.C. — Special Olympics athletes visited Marine Corps Air Station New River and competed in multiple events to include turkey bowling. The event was hosted by the commissary and was designed to provide a special day for the athletes.
Latest Announcements

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.]

 

 

 

Leaders

Colonel Russell C. Burton
MCAS New River Commanding Officer
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Sergeant Major William H. Oldenburg
MCAS New River Sergeant Major
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