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Sterling Global Operations completes U.S. Navy project to clear munitions, firing range and target debris from Arizona Marine Corps Air Station range

Sterling Global Operations, Inc., in a two-year project for the U.S. Navy, removed or recycled some 5.9 million pounds of munitions, firing range and target debris from Marine Corps Air Station at Yuma, Ariz. Sterling Global returned the proceeds from the recycled materials back into the Navy range clearance project. “The resale of recycled materials…

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Joint Light Tactical Vehicle ‘closes capability gap,’ Army says

While the Humvee has served the Army well for some 25 years, there's a "capability gap" in what it can do for warfighters on a 21st-century battlefield, said the Soldier responsible for overseeing its replacement.

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VMA-211 change of command

Marine Corps photograph by Cpl. William Waterstreet Lt. Col. Troy Pehrson, the outgoing commander of Marine Attack Squadron 211, center, passes the Marine Corps Colors to Lt. Col. Cory Simmons, the incoming commander of VMA-211, left, as Sgt. Maj. Michael Cayer, the sergeant major of VMA-211, right, salutes this symbolic act of the changing of…

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Marine Corps photograph by Lance Cpl. Uriel Avendano Cpl. Jose Luis Hernandez, a Marine Attack Squadron 513 power line mechanic and a native of Willacoochee, Ga., proposes to his longtime girlfriend Zuleika Oleo, a native of Yuma, Ariz., after returning from a six month deployment with the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit aboard Marine Corps Air…

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Yuma community residents adopt a squadron

Aboard Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Ariz., a squadron adopting a local school or highway is a commonplace occurrence, since volunteer service is a direct reflection of the ideals of the Marine Corps.


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Chaplain’s Corner: “Hard Times”

Posted  July 12, 2012

In the Christian scriptures, the psalmist writes that the right living person is “like a tree planted by streams of water that yields fruit in season, whose leaf does not wither, who consistently prospers.” But a few psalms later we read: “My bones are in agony. My soul is in anguish. How long, O Lord,…

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Live Fire: Marines Unload Ammo in Corporals Course First

Posted  July 12, 2012

Two Marines cautiously walked and waited for potential enemy contact, not knowing where they will take enemy fire from next. Then, a sudden break in the silence occurs as the sound of gunfire erupts.

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Separation: Put your best foot forward

Posted  July 12, 2012

There is a method to the madness of integrating into the civilian workforce. Once you decide what field or profession you want to pursue, you’ll need to update your resume and tailor it to each job for which you’re applying. Remember, your resume usually creates an employer’s first impression, so here are a few things…

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Events Calendar July 12 – July 18, 2012

Posted  July 12, 2012

July 12, 2012 Free Cake (Birthday Shoutout) When: Thu, July 12, 12 pm Where: SMP Rec Center Who doesn’t love free cake? Come on down and celebrate someone’s birthday with delicious edibles in a party atmosphere. College 101 Brief When: Thu, July 12, 2pm – 3pm Where: Building 850 This hour long brief focuses on the policies and procedures that…

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Say Cheeese: You’re on Combat Camera

Posted  July 12, 2012

Where does imagery you see around base come from? Those photos on the slides you saw in boot camp? The pictures in your curriculum at MOS school? The training videos seen at safety stand downs?

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Where in the World – July 12, 2012

Posted  July 12, 2012

Light Armored Vehicles, belonging to 4th Light Armored Reconnaisance, are staged at Range 500A in Twentynine Palms, Calif., prior to conducting assault drills.

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Oasis in the Desert: Waylon’s Water World

Posted  July 12, 2012

On most weekends, I escape to sunny and cool San Diego. But, little did I know that Yuma had a hidden oasis being constructed less than five miles from the air station’s front…

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Entertainment Review Sun Tzu’s “The Art of War”

Posted  July 12, 2012

Battles are won by slaughter and maneuver. The greater the general, the more he contributes in maneuver, the less he demands in slaughter. – Winston Churchill

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MAWTS-1 hosts hot, sweaty softball game

Posted  July 12, 2012

Rough and tough as they’re known to be, the average Marine would not condone a game of softball in one hundred degree weather with 30 percent humidity. But that’s exactly what the noncommissioned officers and staff noncommissioned…

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Desert Warrior to return next week

Posted  July 5, 2012

Due to the July 4th holiday, Desert Warrior did not publish this week. Some Desert Warrior archived material was included in this week’s issue of Aerotech News and Review. To view this content, please follow the link to our online PDF archive. Desert Warrior will return in its entirety July 12th.

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