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Marine Corps Air Station New River

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MAG-26 receives new commander June 19, 2015 — Marine Aircraft Group 26 honored the leadership of their former commanding officer, Col. John Vara, and welcomed their newest commander, Col. Jeffrey Hogan, during a change of command ceremony held at the Mega Hangar aboard Marine Corps Air Station New River June 11. In his two years at the helm of MAG-26, Vara was responsible for overseeing 22,424 MORE
Air station hosts Beirut PME June 5, 2015 — The four-story, steel-reinforced concrete building started out as their home away from home. Officially, it served as the 24th Marine Amphibious Unit Battalion Landing Team headquarters, but the Marines referred to it as the “California Hilton.”Oct. 23, 1983, a pile of rubble and mangled bodies was all that remained of the structure located in MORE
New River residents voice concerns in town hall meeting June 5, 2015 — Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune and Marine Corps Air Station New River leaders and other held a town hall meeting to inform residents of upcoming events during a town hall meeting at the theater aboard MCAS New River, Oct. 28.“The purpose of the town hall meeting was to keep those who work aboard the air station and their families informed,” said MORE
New features, great staff, quality food draw crowds to New River Bowling Center June 5, 2015 — Whether it is people searching for a place for fierce competition or a family seeking fun, bowling is an activity everyone can enjoy. Aboard Marine Corps Air Station New River, the local community can do it in an inexpensive and comfortable environment at the Bowling Center. "Bowling is something everybody likes and it’s fun," said Lee Walker, the MORE
Severe off-base traffic violations requre base traffic court appearance June 3, 2015 —  Marines and sailors stationed aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune or Marine Corps Air Station who commit severe traffic offenses off base, which lead to license suspension or revocation, are required to report their offense to their command and the traffic court aboard their respective installation. Severe violations include excessive speeding, MORE
Hand-made arcade to open at DeLalio Elementary June 3, 2015 — DeLalio Elementary School students aboard Marine Corps Air Station New River are creating arcade games in support of the Global Cardboard Challenge and will host and event open to the community Feb. 4.During the Global Cardboard Challenge, children use cardboard, recycled materials and their imagination to create arcade games. It takes place in 49 MORE
Heavy Marine Helicopter Training Squadron 302 receives new home June 3, 2015 — Base and station leaders gathered to observe the ribbon cutting ceremony of the Marine Heavy Helicopter Training Squadron 302 Hangar aboard Marine Corps Air Station New River March 20. Base and station leaders gathered to observe the ribbon cutting ceremony of the Marine Heavy Helicopter Training Squadron 302 Hangar aboard Marine Corps Air Station MORE
HMH-366 hone aerial refueling skills October 14, 2014 — Marines with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 366 honed their aerial refueling capabilities off the coast of North Carolina Oct. 8.The Marines of HMH-366, Heavy Helicopter Squadron 461 and Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Squadron 252 coordinated the training to increase proficiency.According to Capt. Brent M. Schiffer, a naval aviator with the MORE
Welcome Home: Marines embrace families, friends after Afghan deployment October 12, 2014 — Families and friends waited with signs and smiles as Marines and sailors with Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 261, Marine Aircraft Group 26, 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing returned to Marine Corps Air Station New River, North Carolina, Oct. 12, ending their nine-month deployment in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.While deployed, the squadron MORE
Students encouraged to report crime through Text-A-Tip October 3, 2014 — Base and air station students have the power to help law enforcement catch criminals at their fingertips. Sending information that could help lead to criminals being placed behind bars is as easy as easy as sending a text message through Crime Stoppers newest avenue, Text-A-Tip.Crime Stoppers is a partnership with area law enforcement including MORE

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