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... This is a list of the four wing support groups in the United States Marine Corps ... They provide the Marine air wings with organic and deployable combat support and combat service support which is centralized for economy of personnel and ... Official Name Insignia Headquarters Marine Wing Support Group 17 Marine Corps Air Station Futenma, California Marine Wing Support Group 27 Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, North ...
... Marine Wing Support Squadron 472 (MWSS-472) is a reserve aviation ground support unit of the United States Marine Corps ... The squadron is falls under the command of Marine Wing Support Group 47 and the 4th Marine Aircraft Wing ... Due to a re-organization within Marine aviation, the squadron is set to move to McGuire Air Force Base, New Jersey by 2011 ...
... Squadron Name Insignia Nickname Marine Wing Support Squadron 471 Marine Wing Support Squadron 472 Dragons Marine Wing Support Squadron 473 ...
... Name Location Marine Wing Support Squadron 471 Minneapolis, Minnesota Marine Wing Support Squadron 472 NASJRB Willow Grove Marine Wing Support Squadron 473 Marine Corps Air Station Miramar MWSS-4 ...
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