Story by Sgt Lillian Stephens on 07/08/2016
During the training, Marines with 2nd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment secured a rope to an MV-22B Osprey with VMM-164, boarded the aircraft and slid to the ground while the Osprey hovered 30 to 50 feet above a landing zone.
Story by PFC Liah Kitchen on 07/01/2016
"We need to conduct the training to be able to maneuver in a high threat environment," said Sgt. Kevin Rodriguez, a crew chief with VMM-165. "Furthering the proficiency of the squadron enables us to be capable of landing anywhere the Marine Corps needs us to land."
Story by Cpl Natalie Dillon on 07/25/2016
Lt. Col. Matthew Humphrey, the commanding officer of HMLA-367, compared the training environment here to Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, California. Twentynine Palms is the Marine Corps' biggest and best site for combined arms exercises, he said, but Pohakuloa Training Area offers aviators training opportunities that can't be found anywhere else while still providing ample area to fly complex close air support missions.
Story by SGT Jorge Higuera on 07/25/2016The Mungadai draws its name from some of Genghis Khan's most elite soldiers and evolved to give modern-day warriors a chance to build resiliency and develop agile and adaptive leaders.
For more information, contact Capt. Pete Mrvos, the 17th Field Artillery Brigade Public Affairs Officer at Commercial: (814) 573-3713, or email@example.com.
Story by A1C Sean Campbell on 07/25/2016
"We will continue to expand on the air refueling center of excellence ideology already deeply rooted throughout Fairchild," Samuelson said. "'Fueling freedom's fight,' those are not just hollow words. They're synonymous with passion, heritage, distinction and accomplishment for this great wing and this base."
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