The mission of 2nd MAW is to conduct air operations in support of the Marine Forces to include offensive air support, antiair warfare, assault support, aerial reconnaissance, electronic warfare, and control of aircraft and missiles.
B-Roll package of U.S. Marines with 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing (MAW) conduct the Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTAF) demonstration, at Marine Corps...
U.S. Marine Corps Capt. Resfa G. Latigo, a logistics officer with Marine Air Support Squadron (MASS) 1, addresses midshipmen from the U.S. Naval...
U.S. Marine Corps 1st Lt. Kyle McCullough, a trained intelligence officer, with Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Squadron (VMU) 2, addresses midshipman from...
2nd Marine Aircraft Wing was commissioned on July 10th, 1941 and has served the United States of America with honor, courage, and commitment for the...
U.S. Marine Corps CH-53E Super Stallions with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron (HMH) 464 lift M777 howitzers at Landing Zone Blue Bird, Marine Corps...
U.S. Marines with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 461, practice using a Joint Precision Airdrop System (JPADS) at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune,...
U.S. Marines with Marine Light Attack Squadron (HMLA) 269, provide close air support against a simulated enemy at Marine Corps Air-Ground Combat...
This B-Roll package contains footage of Marines with Marine Light Attack Squadron (HMLA) 269 flying, landing, piloting, and providing close air...
MARINE CORPS AIR STATION CHERRY POINT, N.C. – Marines from 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing (MAW), II Marine Expeditionary Force, deployed today in support of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and Joint Task Force-Haiti to assist in the ongoing U.S. disaster-relief mission Haiti.
U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Sean Nguyen, a supply and fiscal noncommissioned officer with Marine Wing Support Squadron (MWSS) 271, becomes a Powerlifting World Qualifier after competing in the 2021 USPA Drug Tested Feeding Frenzy held by the United States Powerlifting Association.
U.S. Marines from Marine Air Group 29 based out of Marine Corps Air Station New River, N.C. recently completed Service Level Training Exercise 3-21, a series of exercises from March 28 to May 11 designed to integrate East coast and West coast Marines for realistic and difficult scenarios in a deployment-like environment. Within SLTE 3-21 were the Weapons and Tactics Instructor course, Integrated Training Exercise, Adversary Force Exercise, Mountain Training Exercise and the final force-on-force event, the Marine Air-Ground Task Force War Exercise.
Before the dawn of online gaming, video games and computer games primarily featured two to four players sitting in the same room looking at the same screen while using a controller or keyboard to play a game where they either raced or battled with or against each other. Games such as Mario Kart, Goldeneye and Super Smash Brothers provided hours of entertainment and camaraderie for gamers as they competed with and against their friends and family. When online gaming came into prominence in the early 2000s, it allowed gamers to play with friends, and mostly complete strangers, from anywhere across the globe. Today, the multi-billion dollar industry connects more than 2 billion gamers across a broad spectrum of different types of games such as strategy, first person shooter, and role playing games. U.S. Marine Corps pilots stationed in Cherry Point, North Carolina have taken a piece of the concept of online gaming and used it to enhance their training.
ABOARD USS IWO JIMA – This past weekend, Marines and Sailors of 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) conducted a company-sized live-fire amphibious raid during the unit’s Composite Unit Training Exercise (COMPTUEX)—the first time in recent history that a live-fire evolution of this type and scale has taken place during an East Coast-based MEU’s pre-deployment training.
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Major General Cederholm is a native of Camp Lejeune, North Carolina and grew up in New Hartford,
Stephen J. Acosta graduated from the United States Naval Academy in May of 1995 with a Bachelor of
Sergeant Major Jacob M. Reiff is a native of Wisconsin, and enlisted in the Marine Corps on 31 May
Command Master Chief Sandra Dyal attended Recruit Training in Orlando, Florida, in May 1991 and
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