Marine Wing Support Group 27 (MWSG-27)was a United States Marine Corps aviation combat service support unit based at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point. It was composed of 4 squadrons, which provided the 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing and II Marine Expeditionary Force with complete airfield operation services (less air traffic control), engineer and transportation support, medical assistance, food services, security support, and other direct combat and combat service support to Aviation Combat elements.
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... Marine Wing Service Group 27 was activated on July 1, 1953, and redesignated as Marine Wing Support Group 27 on April 1, 1967 ... The Support Group was established after years of staff study, several reorganizations and extensive planning to determine the organization needed to best meet its unique mission ... In earlier years, Marine Wing Support Group 27 (MWSG-27) was composed of three squadrons and a sub unit Headquarters and Maintenance Squadron (H MS-27), VMGR-252, Wing Equipment and Repair Squadron (WER ...
... Squadron Name Insignia Nickname Marine Wing Support Squadron 271 Workhorse of the Wing Marine Wing Support Squadron 272 Untouchables Marine Wing Support ...
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