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Marine Corps Air Station New River

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U.S. Marines stationed at Marine Corps Air Station New River have lunch with Sgt. Maj. Troy E. Black, center, the 19th sergeant major of the Marine Corps, during a visit to MCAS New River, North Carolina, Jan. 8, 2020.
Leaders from MCAS New River and the Lejeune-New River School Liaison Officers pose for a photo after the National Math and Science Initiative Grant Award Ceremony at the Regional Skills Center on Dec. 11, 2019.
U.S. Marine Corps Col. Robert B. Finneran, commanding officer, Marine Aircraft Group 29, Marine Corps Air Station New River, gives his remarks following a station-wide formation run on MCAS New River, Nov. 8, 2019. Marines ran in celebration of the Marine Corps’ 244th birthday.
U.S. Marines with Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, Marine Corps Air Station New River, stand in formation prior to a station-wide formation run on MCAS New River, Nov. 8, 2019. Marines ran in celebration of the Marine Corps’ 244th birthday.
U.S. Marines and Sailors with Marine Corps Air Station New River conduct a station-wide formation run on MCAS New River, Nov. 8, 2019. Marines ran in celebration of the Marine Corps’ 244th birthday.
U.S. Marines and Sailors with Marine Corps Air Station New River conduct a station-wide formation run on MCAS New River, Nov. 8, 2019 Marines ran in celebration of the Marine Corps’ 244th birthday.
U.S. Marines and Sailors with Marine Corps Air Station New River conduct a station-wide formation run on MCAS New River, Nov. 8, 2019. Marines ran in celebration of the Marine Corps’ 244th birthday.
U.S. Marine Corps Col. Robert B. Finneran, commanding officer, Marine Aircraft Group 29, Marine Corps Air Station New River, gives his remarks following a station-wide formation run on MCAS New River, Nov. 8, 2019. Marines ran in celebration of the Marine Corps’ 244th birthday.
First Landing of an F-35B Lightning II aircraft on MCAS New River
Mark Ezzell, director of the Governor’s Highway Safety Program, speaks during the 2019 Fourth of July ‘Booze it & Lose it’ event, code-named Operation Firecracker on Marine Corps Air Station New River, July 1, 2019. The event featured speakers from the air station and local law enforcement. The goal of the event was to eliminate preventable loss of life on North Carolina roadways by discouraging driving while impaired and encouraging the public to use other safe options like ride sharing and commercial transportation. This is the first time the event has been held at Marine Corps Air Station New River, which was chosen to be the backdrop due to the large concentration of young male adults who are considered to be the most at-risk age group. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Jonathan Sosner)
A U.S. Marine participates in a drunk driving simulator with the North Carolina State Troopers during the 2019 Fourth of July ‘Booze it & Lose it’ event, code-named Operation Firecracker on Marine Corps Air Station New River, July 1, 2019. The event featured speakers from the air station and local law enforcement. The goal of the event was to eliminate preventable loss of life on North Carolina roadways by discouraging driving while impaired and encouraging the public to use other safe options like ride sharing and commercial transportation. This is the first time the event has been held at Marine Corps Air Station New River, which was chosen to be the backdrop due to the large concentration of young male adults who are considered to be the most at-risk age group. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Jonathan Sosner)
U.S. Marines and members of local police forces and members of the Governor’s Highway Safety Program pose for a picture during the 2019 Fourth of July ‘Booze it & Lose it’ event, code-named Operation Firecracker on Marine Corps Air Station New River, July 1, 2019. The event featured speakers from the air station and local law enforcement. The goal of the event was to eliminate preventable loss of life on North Carolina roadways by discouraging driving while impaired and encouraging the public to use other safe options like ride sharing and commercial transportation. This is the first time the event has been held at Marine Corps Air Station New River, which was chosen to be the backdrop due to the large concentration of young male adults who are considered to be the most at-risk age group. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Jonathan Sosner)
U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Brandon Pena, an aviation operations specialist, speaks about how his life has been impacted by drunk driving during the 2019 Fourth of July ‘Booze it & Lose it’ event, code-named Operation Firecracker on Marine Corps Air Station New River, July 1, 2019. The event featured speakers from the air station and local law enforcement. The goal of the event was to eliminate preventable loss of life on North Carolina roadways by discouraging driving while impaired and encouraging the public to use other safe options like ride sharing and commercial transportation. This is the first time the event has been held at Marine Corps Air Station New River, which was chosen to be the backdrop due to the large concentration of young male adults who are considered to be the most at-risk age group. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Jonathan Sosner)
U.S. Marines participate in a simulated drunk driving exercise during the 2019 Fourth of July ‘Booze it & Lose it’ event, code-named Operation Firecracker on Marine Corps Air Station New River, July 1, 2019. The event featured speakers from the air station and local law enforcement. The goal of the event was to eliminate preventable loss of life on North Carolina roadways by discouraging driving while impaired and encouraging the public to use other safe options like ride sharing and commercial transportation. This is the first time the event has been held at Marine Corps Air Station New River, which was chosen to be the backdrop due to the large concentration of young male adults who are considered to be the most at-risk age group. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Jonathan Sosner)
Sgt. Maj. Lynnette Marr-Gaye stands at attention for her relief and appointment ceremony for Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 269 on Marine Corps Air Station New River, N.C., Jan. 13, 2017. Marr-Gaye is assigned to 8th Communication Battalion, II Marine Expeditionary Force Headquarters Group on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., while Sgt. Maj. Edward Heyward will be replacing her at HMLA-269. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Juan Madrigal/Released)
Sgt. Maj. Edward Heyward is appointed to HMLA-269 and Sgt. Maj. Lynnette Marr-Gaye is relieved on Marine Corps Air Station New River, N.C., Jan. 13, 2017. Heyward came from 2nd Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company, II Marine Expeditionary Force. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Juan Madrigal/Released)
(U.S. Marine Corps photo illustration by Cpl. Melodie Snarr)
Col. Russell Burton and Sgt. Maj. Charles Metzger work to extinguish a fire during a live fire training event on Marine Corps Air Station New River, N.C., Jan. 19, 2017. There was an estimated 9,000 gallons of water with the Marines during the training. Burton is the air station’s commanding officer. Metzger is the air station’s sergeant major. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Melodie Snarr)
Sgt. Aaron Mack adjusts Cpl. Miguel Avalos’s gear during a live fire training event on Marine Corps Air Station New River, N.C., Jan. 19, 2017. The training used propane and piping to simulate fires on the interior and exterior of an aircraft. Mack is an assistant section leader with Marine Corps Air Station New River’s Aircraft Rescue Firefighting division. Avalos is a rescueman with Marine Corps Air Station New River’s Aircraft Rescue Firefighting division. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Melodie Snarr)
Cpl. Noah Rios Cpl. Caden Vanbuskirk monitor the other rescuemen to ensure they are safe and conducting the training properly during a live fire training event on Marine Corps Air Station New River, N.C., Jan. 19, 2017. While doing training, the Marines keep enough water with them for the training and for an emergency. Rios and Vanbuskirk are rescuemen with Marine Corps Air Station New River’s Aircraft Rescue Firefighting division. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Melodie Snarr)