Marine Corps Air Station New River

 

Marine Corps Air Station New River

"Pardon Our Noise, It's The Sound Of Freedom"
New River News
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DeLalio holds Cardboard Box Challenge April 1, 2016 — Fourth graders scattered throughout the gymnasium, peeking out from behind stacks of cardboard, scissors and glue, eagerly anticipating the approach of noon and an opportunity to showcase their cardboard ingenuity.The Cardboard Box Challenge, a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education event created by the Imagination Foundation and held MORE
New River library offers March 29, 2016 — For children, learning to read is a critical step in development and leaders in the Marine Corps Air Station New River community are stepping up to highlight this through multiple reading events at the New River library."Reading-wise, we do storytimes every other week," said Sean Pittman, program supervisor for the Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune MORE
Marine reenlists on Osprey March 29, 2016 — "I joined the Marine Corps for a lot of reasons, when I was a kid that’s all I wanted to do," said Sgt. Jazmine Moreaux, an administrative specialist and noncommissioned officer in charge of the deployment branch in the Installation Personnel Administration Center on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune.Moreaux reenlisted aboard a MV-22 Osprey during a MORE
MALS-29 goes undefeated, wins tournament March 29, 2016 — "Money Team," the intramural basketball team for Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 29, finished off their undefeated basketball season Feb. 25 at Marine Corps Air Station New River, with a 73-65 victory over Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training’s team in a tightly contested game that neither team wanted to lose."It felt great to pull out a MORE
Library hosts holiday story time March 29, 2016 — Marine Corps Air Station New River’s library hosted a very special holiday storytelling session for the children of area service members on Dec.15."The purpose of the event was just to have a fun night in which the children can come out and celebrate all of the holidays that are going on," said Sean Pittman, program supervisor for the Camp Lejeune MORE
Corporals’ Course: Strengthening leaders February 25, 2016 — Marines are forged during 13 weeks of recruit training, and are forever leaders of Marines.The next step in that transformation is promotion to corporal — the first rank of noncommissioned officer.The noncommissioned officer is the backbone of the Marine Corps, and the best way to develop the skills and expertise needed to lead Marines is to attend MORE
Retired Marine motivates air station February 11, 2016 — "Some say we are living in a time where there are no heroes. They just don’t know where to look. The sloping hills of Arlington National Cemetery, row upon row of simple white markers, bearing crosses or stars of David, make up only a fraction of the cost for our freedom.Their lives ended in places called Belleau Wood, Argonne, Omaha Beach and MORE
New River hosts Special Olympics athletes January 6, 2016 — MARINE CORPS AIR STATION NEWRIVER, N.C. — Around50 Marines teamed up with the commissary to provide an opportunity for localSpecial Olympics athletes to compete in games on Marine Corps Air Station NewRiver Jan. 6.             Eight athletes attended theinaugural games on the station and participated in multiple events to includeturkey bowling and MORE
Air superiority: VMM-365 assaults ground targets September 15, 2015 — 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing Marines sent a hail of heavy rounds down onto the Piney Island bombing range Sept. 15, raking targets on land and in the bay in roaring demonstrations of gunnery prowess. MORE
Marines graduate from Squadron Intelligence Training and Certification Course August 28, 2015 — Know your enemy, and know yourself. Never stop exercising your mind, always continue to learn and work towards becoming a master of your trade. MORE

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