Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center

 

Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center

"Marine Air Ground Task Force Training Command"

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Lance Cpl. Tanner J. Clayson, Expeditionary Airfield Systems Technician, Marine Wing Support Squadron 372, pounds an aluminum panel into place during a refurbishing project on the Strategic Expeditionary Landing Field at Camp Wilson, March 23, 2015. Clayson is one of eight Marines who came from Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton to help with the work on the SELF. (Official Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Levi Schultz/Released)
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Marines from Marine Wing Support Squadrons 374 and 372 work together to lay new matting for the Strategic Expeditionary Landing Field at Camp Wilson, March 23, 2015. The project was part of an effort to replace worn out sections of the runway as well as extend the SELF’s taxiway from 72 feet to 96 feet. (Official Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Levi Schultz/Released)
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Capt. Christian Carlson, Motor Transportation Company Commander, Marine Wing Support Squadron 374, assists a Marine with an aluminum panel that is a part of the new matting on the Strategic Expeditionary Landing Field at Camp Wilson, March 23, 2015. MWSS-374 is working to replace old matting and expand the taxiway from 72 feet to 96 feet. (Official Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Levi Schultz/Released)
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Cpl. Dylan Carlson, motor transportation operator, Marine Wing Support Squadron 374, sets an aluminum panel into place for the Strategic Expeditionary Landing Field at Camp Wilson, March 23, 2015. Over time, rubber builds up on the aluminum landing field due to aircraft landing, resulting in the non-skid surface wearing out. (Official Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Levi Schultz/Released)
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A Rubber-Tired Articulated Steering Multi-purpose Tractor is operated by Marines of Marine Wing Support Squadron 374 to move aluminum panels during a refurbishing project on the Strategic Expeditionary Airfield at Camp Wilson, March 23, 2015. The project was part of an effort to replace old sections of the runway and expand the SELF’s taxiway from 72 feet to 96 feet. (Official Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Levi Schultz/Released)
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Sgt. Maj. Ryan W. Meltesen, battalion sergeant major, Combat Logistics Battalion 7, talks with his peers during a breakfast coordinated by members of the Active Duty Fund Drive at the Officer’s Club, March 23, 2015. The Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society is supported by the ADFD and is a critical source of NMCRS’ revenue. Marines and sailors of the Combat Center can continue to donate until April 17. The money that is donated will be given back to a Marine, sailor or their eligible dependents. (Official Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Medina Ayala-Lo/Released)
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Combat Center Marines help themselves to a breakfast coordinated by members of the Active Duty Fund Drive at the Officer’s Club, March 23, 2015. The Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society is supported by the ADFD and is a critical source of NMCRS’ revenue. This is the fourth year the fund drive has been held and it lasts for a four-week period on each base. (Official Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Medina Ayala-Lo/Released)
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Maj. Gen. Lewis A. Craparotta, Combat Center Commanding General, addresses attendees during a breakfast coordinated by members of the Active Duty Fund Drive at the Officer’s Club, March 23, 2015. The Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society is supported by the ADFD and is a critical source of NMCRS’ revenue. Units are permitted to raise money through various methods as long as it’s approved by legal and supported by their respective command. (Official Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Medina Ayala-Lo/Released)
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Chris Bennett, marketing manager, City of Palm Desert, operates a simulated .50-caliber machine gun at the Combat Convoy Simulator during a tour of the Combat Center March 5, 2015. The CCS allowed the representatives to experience how Marines respond to one another while in a simulated environment. (Official Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Thomas Mudd/ Released)
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Ryan Brown, field service representative, Combat Convoy Simulator, explains the purpose of the CCS at Camp Wilson, during the City of Palm Desert’s tour of the Combat Center, March 5, 2015. The Palm Desert representatives learned how this type of training benefits the Marines. (Official Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Thomas Mudd/ Released)
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Wendy Solomon, chief financial officer, Desert Business Machines, City of Palm Desert, aims an M4 service rifle during a tour of the Combat Center, March 5, 2015. The representatives were given the opportunity to see the equipment Marines train with prior to deployment. (Official Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Thomas Mudd/ Released)
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Marines from the Marine Corps Communications-Electronic School salute the American Flag during the playing of national anthem at the Banque Nationale de Paris Paribas Tennis Open’s Salute to Heroes Ceremony in Indian Wells, Calif., March 13, 2015. The Combat Center Color Guard and more than 80 Marines Participated in the ceremony. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Julio McGraw/Released)
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Pfc. Brittany Stevens, student, Marine Corps Communication-Electronics School, native of Overland Park, Kan., prepares to march on to the tennis court during the Banque Nationale de Paris Paribas Tennis Open’s Salute to Heroes Ceremony in Indian Wells, Calif., March 13, 2015. Marines unraveled an American Flag in-front of more than 12,000 cheering fans. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Julio McGraw/Released)
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Pfc. Quami Dixon, student, Marine Corps Communications-Electronics School, native of New York, salutes the American Flag during the Banque Nationale de Paris Paribas Tennis Open’s Salute to Heroes Ceremony in Indian Wells, Calif., March 13, 2015. The flag the Marines held spanned the area of the main court. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Julio McGraw/Released)
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The Combat Center Color Guard presents the American and Marine Corps Flag during the Banque Nationale de Paris Paribas Tennis Open’s Salute to Heroes Ceremony in Indian Wells, Calif., March 13, 2015. The ceremony took place after Serena Williams and Monica Niculescu’s match in which Williams was victorious. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Julio McGraw/Released)
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