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Welcome Aboard

Welcome to Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, home to the 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing. Since Oct. 1, 1997, Marines and Sailors have been living and working aboard the 23,000-acre facility.

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Starting Out

MCAS Miramar is on the northern edge of San Diego. Directions to the air station when using any of the following major freeways heading northbound are as follows:

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Miramar’s military roots began in 1917, when the U.S. Army purchased the Miramar area and established Camp Kearny. The camp was used as a demobilization center after the war, but ceased to function as a military base and languished for 12 years.

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Calling for back up: HMLA-267, 3/7 Marines perform close-air support training
Story by Sgt Lillian Stephens on 06/17/2016

Marines on the ground refined their abilities as Joint Terminal Attack Controllers, which required them to contact friendly aircraft, communicate threat locations and direct those aircraft to engage simulated targets.

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VMM-165 "White Knights" maintain the basics
Story by Sgt Michael Thorn on 06/10/2016

The CAL training ensured that the pilots and crew chiefs maintained the basic flight fundamentals, according to Capt. Christopher Conklin, an Osprey pilot with VMM-165, and a Redding, California, native.

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Happy to be home: VMA-214 "Black Sheep," MALS-13 "Black Widows" service members return to MCAS Yuma
Story by Sgt Lillian Stephens on 06/10/2016

Approximately 100 Marines and Sailors completed a seven-month deployment with the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit and supported missions in the Pacific theater.

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Story by CPT James Orth on 06/27/2016

Barriage stepped down from command after 13 months as he has been selected for promotion to the rank of Maj. Gen. and assignment to the Pentagon as Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff, U.S. Army G4.

PD 2016 active participants included the Pacific Missile Range Facility, USS John Paul Jones (DDG 53), USS Shoup (DDG 86), JS Chokai (DDG 176), ROKS Sejung The Great (DDG 991) and ROKS Gang Gam Chan (DDH 979).

Story by Yasuo Osakabe on 06/27/2016

Col. Sean Robertson assumed command of the 374 MXG after serving as the group's deputy commander for the past three years.

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