Marine Air

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Marine Air Control Group 48 - Subordinate Units
... Marine Air Control Squadron 23 Marine Air Control Squadron 24 Marine Air Support Squadron 6 Marine Tactical Air Command Squadron 48 Marine Wing Communications Squadron 48 Marine Unmanned Aerial ...
USS Vernon County (LST-1161) - Vietnam War Service - Transportation and Operation Market Time Operations, 1969-1970
... Reaching Danang on 4 November 1969, Vernon County embarked 147 Marines of the Headquarters and Service Company, 9th Motor Transport Battalion, 53 vehicles, and 58 tons of equipment. 19 February, embarking men and equipment of Marine Air Group (MAG) 12, Marine Air Base Support Squadron (MABS) 12, and Marine Air Tactical Control Unit (MAC ...
Naval Air Station Olathe - History - Navy Use
... The airport opened as Naval Air Station Olathe on October 1, 1942 and was referred locally as the Gardner, Kansas Navy Base because it was to be used for the Naval Air Transport Service (NATS ... flight operations by units of the Naval Air Reserve and Marine Air Reserve, as well as a Naval Air Technical Training Center Olathe (NATTC Olathe), a ... F4D Skyray fighters were later operated at NAS Olathe by Naval Air Reserve and Marine Air Reserve squadrons until 1966 ...
Aviation Combat Element - Hierarchy of Marine Aviation Units - 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing - Marine Air Control Group 38
... Squadron Name Insignia Nickname Marine Tactical Air Command Squadron 38 Marine Air Control Squadron 1 Falconers Marine Air Support Squadron 3 ...
List Of United States Marine Corps Acronyms And Expressions - A
... Air Force salute – to say, "I don't know" by a shrug ... Air Force pockets or Army gloves – an individual's hands being inside his or her pockets ... combat gear still in occasional use in some Marine activities, replaced by MOLLE and ILBE ...

Famous quotes containing the words air and/or marine:

    I moved like a lobster,
    slower and slower.
    The air was tiny.
    The air would not do.
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)

    People run away from the name subsidy. It is a subsidy. I am not afraid to call it so. It is paid for the purpose of giving a merchant marine to the whole country so that the trade of the whole country will be benefitted thereby, and the men running the ships will of course make a reasonable profit.... Unless we have a merchant marine, our navy if called upon for offensive or defensive work is going to be most defective.
    William Howard Taft (1857–1930)