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MWSS-172, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing Demonstrates Combat Readiness Under The EABO Construct

The expeditionary nature of the Indo-Pacific theatre requires a focus unique to only a few areas of the world. The Aviation Combat Element fills a primary role in Expeditionary Advanced Base Operations and the Marine Wing Support Squadron is vital to the conduct of Aviation Ground Support while distributed across remote bases. This month Marine Wing Support Squadron 172 is conducting a Marine Corps Combat Readiness Evaluation that will test their mettle while distributed in an EABO environment…
U.S. Marines prepare to refuel a UH-1Y Venom helicopter during a forward arming and refueling point training event as part of a Marine Corps combat readiness evaluation held by MWSS-172 at the Ie Shima training facility, Okinawa, Japan, April 15.

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Author: Maj. Kenneth Kunze

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