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Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center

"Marine Air Ground Task Force Training Command"

Twentynine Palms, California
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What I've Learned: Cpl. Catherine E. Marshall February 25, 2015 — Cpl. Catherine E. Marshall began training in Mixed Martial Arts in 2007, with her first and primary style being Muai Thai, also known as the ‘Art of the Eight Limbs.’ She also served as a firefighter for five years before deciding to enlist in the Marine Corps in 2011. She continues to train with Fight Club 29. MORE
3rd LAR Marines test new LAV-ATWS February 25, 2015 — A gunner takes position, stoic and still, in a Light-Armored Vehicle as he spots an enemy. He engages the target, firing a Tube-launched Optically-tracked Wire-guided missile. As it propels through the air, the gunner maintains a steady aim, guiding the TOW missile until it impacts the target; confirmed hit.Marine Corps Operational Test Evaluation MORE
MWSS 371 Marines train on combined combat simulators February 19, 2015 — One dozen Marines and sailors rushed through the artificial world of the Combat Convoy Simulator and mounted their vehicles, acting as a Quick Reaction Force. Their objective was to provide aid to their comrades located in another realm, that of the Deployable Virtual Training Environment. With new capabilities of the Battle Simulation Center, MORE
What I've Learned: Ronald B. Thompson February 18, 2015 — Pfc. Ronald B. Thompson, administrative clerk, Combat Logistics Battalion 7, native of Durham, North Carolina, is the youngest of six boys. He enjoys fishing and hunting because it is a way for him to bond with his family. MORE
What I’ve Learned: Sofie Patterson February 11, 2015 — Belgium native, Sofie Patterson, is a volunteer lead with the Red Cross and used to work at a medical facility for the mentally handicapped. MORE
I MEF CG visits Combat Center February 5, 2015 — With its unforgiving climate and rugged terrain extending more than 1,100 miles into the Mojave desert, the Combat Center is the premier training facility of the Marine Corps. It is the largest live-fire combined arms training installation the Marine Corps has to offer to ensure our forces maintain the highest levels of proficiency and readiness for worldwide deployment. MORE
L.I.N.K.S, OSC raise awareness for heart disease February 5, 2015 — In the Officers Club dining hall, elegant women swim in a sea of red satin and silk. A buzz of chatter fills the room and eventually dies down to a low murmur. When a mother escorted by her two daughters gracefully proceed through the hall, donning red gowns. They stand together in this color, which serves as a symbol of awareness for a leading killer in women, heart disease MORE
K9 unit demonstrates skills at Joshua Tree Elementary February 4, 2015 — Military Working Dog handlers and their canine counterparts demonstrated their capabilities and discipline during a aggression and obedience demonstration at Joshua Tree Elementary School, Jan. 30.The Marines and MWDs showed the students the different ways they would react while dealing with a perpetrator. The MWDs displayed their level of MORE
Bowling Center celebrates Grand Re-Opening February 4, 2015 — Lt. Col. Frank Marilao, assistant chief of staff, Marine Corps Community Services, prepares himself and his fellow Marines to cut a bright red ribbon during the Grand Re-Opening and 35th Anniversary Celebration of the Sandy Hills Bowling Center, Jan. 29, 2015.“MCCS Headquarters has a vision about improving the infrastructure of the bases, so MORE
What I've Learned: Clayton R. Sargent February 4, 2015 — Cpl. Clayton R. Sargent, wire Non-Commissioned Officer, Headquarters Company, 7th Marine Regiment, has been in the Marine Corps for 3 and a half years. He is currently studying to be an [emergency medical technician] and hopes to be a firefighter if he doesn’t re-enlist. MORE

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