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The Few, The Proud, The Reconnaissance Marines The Few, The Proud, The Reconnaissance Marines

By Cpl. Casey Scarpulla | August 08, 2014

The advanced infantry training battalion, reconnaissance training company, out of Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif., concluded phase two of the Reconnaissance Team Leaders’ Course, Monday, utilizing Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Ariz., and its surrounding ranges.  This course is designed to take experienced reconnaissance Marines and give MORE
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Argonauts Take to the Yuma Skies to Test Aircraft, Equipment Capabilities Argonauts Take to the Yuma Skies to Test Aircraft, Equipment Capabilities

By Cpl. Reba James | August 07, 2014

“Mihi Cura Futuri- Mine is the care of the future” - VMX-22 motto  A detachment of Marines from Marine Operational Test and Evaluation Squadron 22 (VMX-22) flew out of Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Ariz., to support the implementation and evaluation of the Joint Precision Airdrop System (JPADS), Thursday and Friday, at Yuma Proving Ground, Ariz. MORE
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Our Past Honored: Local 4th of July Flag Raising Ceremony Pays Homage to the Military

By Cpl. Reba James | July 11, 2014

Since World War II, Yuma has become a central location for military training and aviation, bringing thousands of service members and their families to settle here. This cooperative relationship has become a source of pride for the southwestern city, and patriotism runs deep throughout the community. So, in commemoration of Independence Day, the MORE
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Women In Combat – The Final Test

By by Lance Cpl. James Marchetti | June 24, 2014

The utilization of female engagement teams in Afghanistan and the acceptance of female Marines into the School of Infantry are the most recent accomplishments in the line of efforts by the Marine Corps in recognizing the prominence of women in what has perennially been a man’s world.  On May 22, the establishment of the Ground Combat Element MORE
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MARINES TAP INTO CREATION – ART CLASSES MADE AVAILABLE AT MCAS YUMA MARINES TAP INTO CREATION – ART CLASSES MADE AVAILABLE AT MCAS YUMA

By Cpl. Uriel Jossimar Avendano | June 24, 2014

In an effort to tap into the creativity of Marines and sailors at Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Ariz., the Single Marine Program is holding a multiple recreational art classes in the mediums of oil painting, acrylic, ceramic and charcoal.   As part of this program, on June 16, SMP hosted a charcoal class before a group of service members eager to MORE
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Road Construction

Please be advised that road construction operations will take place from July 1st through November 1st. The project involves repaving of the roads in five phases. The roads affected will be Marontate, Narr, Galbreath, Thomas, Worley, Shaw, Alward and Martini. Traffic will be restricted and street parking will be prohibited.

We appreciate your patience and understanding during construction and will diligently work to minimize impacts and traffic delays during this project.  If you have any questions, please contact I&L at 269-2497

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