Marine Corps Base Hawaii

Dynamic Duo by United States Marine Corps Official Page on Flickr.

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An AH-1W Super Cobra helicopter and UH-1Y Huey helicopter fly off the coast of Oahu, Hawaii, toward Marine Corps Air Station Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii, during maintenance and readiness flights, June 13, 2013. The training was designed to challenge aircraft maintenance crews to maintain the highest possible levels of readiness. A series of 12 helicopters from HMLA-367 and Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 463 participated in the training, including AH-1W Super Cobras, UH-1Y Hueys and CH-53E Super Stallions.
(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Reece Lodder)

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What President Obama Did For The Troops On Christmas Day

What President Obama Did For The Troops On Christmas Day

Away from the partisan fight in Washington, D.C., President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama continued a tradition that has been a hallmark of his presidency at Christmastime: saluting the troops. The President and First Lady, on vacation in Hawaii, visited the Marine Corps Base Hawaii in Kaneohe Bay. The base, which was attacked as part of the Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, is the…

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League of Extraordinary Gentlemen by United States Marine Corps Official Page on Flickr.

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Reconnaissance Marines with 4th Force Reconnaissance Company secure themselves by watching in all directions during their two weeks of annual training at the Marine Corps Training Area Bellows, Hawaii, July 18, 2013.

(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Nathan Knapke/Released)

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Caption: Marines and sailors with Combat Logistics Regiment 27, 2nd Marine Logistics Group competed in a head-to-head combat fitness challenge at Camp Lejeune. The regiment raised male and female teams of three from its various sections and had them complete tire flips, stretcher carries, and ammo-resupply runs as a way to test their combat fitness and forge a stronger bond between service members.

Radio to Recon: 3rd Radio Battalion stands up reconnaissance capabilites [Image 4 of 5] by DVIDSHUB on Flickr.

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Cpl. Luke Lamana, a Tuscon, Ariz., Native, low crawls more than 50 meters up Marine Corps Training Area Bellows’ beach March 14 after paddling a boat 500 meters against the ocean to swim back and begin a patrol during a training exercise for 3rd Radio Battalion’s Radio Reconnaissance Instructional Program. He and about 12 other Marines are in the Radio Reconnaissance Instructional Program to make themselves and their battalion reconnaissance capable for the first time since being deactivated in 1946 (reactivated in 2003).
Marine Corps Base Hawaii – Kaneohe Bay
Photo by Lance Cpl. Tyler Main
Date Taken:03.14.2011
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