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Friday, June 15, 2018 Vol. 53, No. 23 Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, S.C.

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TBR increases mission readiness throughout DoD

Photo by Cpl. Ashley Phillips

An F-16 Fighting Falcon conducts air-to-ground training at Townsend Bombing Range, Georgia June 12. Aircraft around the Department of Defense regularly use the range to rehearse strafing and dropping inert munitions. The aircraft is with 157th Fighter Squadron, 169th Fighter Wing based out of McEntire Joint National Guard Base, Georgia. Story by Cpl. Ashley Phillips

The U.S. Air Force’s 157th Fighter Squadron, 169th Fighter Wing conducted air-to-ground training at Townsend Bombing Range, Georgia. June 12. Pilots with the 157th, also known as the Swamp Foxes, practiced bombing and strafing runs using inert, or non-exploding, munitions. “Townsend Bombing Range is strategically placed so that the aircraft can access the range from the waterways off the coast,” said Bryan Corns, the range control officer at TBR. “Because of our location, our accessibility and flexibility, we are able to support training for every branch of service. We are very strategically placed and utilized often by all of the branches across the DoD.” The Swamp Foxes, based out of McEntire Joint National Guard Base, did both practice and live runs, dropping 500 pound inert bombs and strafing with their cannons. Strafing is defined as the delivery of automatic weapons fire from aircraft to ground targets. This usually takes place at very low altitudes and is a key component of air-toground tactics. TBR was originally established as Naval Air Station Photo by Cpl. Benjamin McDonald Glynco Bombing Range in the 1940s. Inert munitions impact at Townsend Bombing Range, Georgia . June 12. F-16 Falcons with the 157th Fighter SquadThe 3,882 acre range was closed in ron, 169th Fighter Wing from McEntire Joint National Guard Base used the range to rehearse air-to-ground training. 1972. The Marine Corps re-opened the see TBR, page 4 Aircraft around the Defense Department regularly use the range to practice strafing and dropping inert munitions.

MWD: not your average devil dog Story and Photos by Cpl. Terry Haynes

As man’s best friend, dogs have held different names and jobs throughout human history, from herding livestock to hunting animals. They have been a constant companion to the humans they serve. “I was a regular military policeman before I became a military working dog handler,” said Sgt. Brendon Parkhill, a dog handler with the Provost Marshal’s Office. “This job has opened my eyes and taught me a lot about one of the smallest programs in the Marine Corps. Growing up, I only had two dogs and now part of my duties is being responsible for an entire kennel of MWDs.” According to the handlers, historians have documented humans using dogs as tools of war all the way to 600 B.C. Marines can trace their origins of working with K-9s to 1942 when using breeds such as Doberman Pinchers and Rottweilers as guard and attack dogs. As tactics of war changed throughout the decades, so did the roles and breeds of MWDs. Instead of

Rottweilers, the Marine Corps began incorporating German Sheppard’s, Belgian Malenois, and Labrador Retrievers into the MWD program. These breeds detect narcotics and explosives as well as supporting Marines on patrols and sentries. “We are assigned to only one dog at a time but we take care of all of them collectively,” said Officer Matthew Buckley, a dog handler with the Provost Marshal’s Office. “To be an effective team, the handler and MWD must sync. The handler feeds trains and exercises their dog every day to keep up the bond and rapport that has been built over time. Before a team can go on the road, they must be certified. The handler has to prove that his MWD will listen to basic obedience commands and that they can work together to accomplish a mission. Because of how strong this bond can become, when a MWD is ready to retire, its handler is given the first opportunity to adopt it.” In order to become a handler, Marines must attend a 12-week course at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio where service members from every branch learn

Photo by Cpl. Terry Haynes III

Members of the Military Working Dog section of the Provost Marshal’s Office pose for a photo aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort June13. The MWD section aids the air station in detecting contraband and conducting security checks. The MWD section is attached to Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron.

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Games and Entertainment

Saturday 2:00 p.m. PG-13 (1:44) 6/16

Saturday 4:30 p.m. PG-13 (1:52) 6/16

Saturday 7:00 p.m. R (2:00) 6/16

Thursday TBA

Friday 7:00 p.m. R (2:00) 6/15

Sunday 2:00 p.m. PG-13 (2:29) 6/17

Sunday 4:30 p.m. PG-13 (1:45) 6/17

Sunday 7:00 p.m. PG-13 (1:28) 6/17

Mess Hall Menu Monday - Friday Saturday, Sunday Breakfast: 6 - 7:30 a.m. and holidays Lunch: 11 a.m. - 12:45 p.m. Brunch: 8:30 - 11 a.m. Dinner: 4 - 6 p.m. Dinner: 4 - 6 p.m. Midrats Sunday - Thursday 11:30 p.m. - 1 a.m. Takeout window hours Breakfast - Mon. - Fri. 7:30 a.m. - 11 a.m. Lunch - Mon. - Fri. 12:45 p.m. - 4 p.m. Dinner - Mon. - Fri. 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.

Saturday Lunch Dinner Shrimp cocktail, fried Bayou jerk pork loin chicken, steak and rice Lunch Salmon with cucumber relish

Sunday

Dinner Baked ziti with Italian sausage

Monday - Friday Breakfast Hot farina, hot hominy grits and oven-fried bacon Monday Dinner Lunch Spicy shrimp with Baked smoked ham cheesy grits and sweet potatoes Tuesday Dinner Lunch Herbed roast pork Chicken and dumploin with pan gravy lings and rice Wednesday Dinner Lunch Manhattan clam Roast turkey and chowder green beans Thursday Dinner Lunch Apple glazed corn Arroz con pollo and beef and squash garlic bread Friday Dinner Lunch Chili macaroni and Herbed baked green beans chicken and carrots

Chapel Services Roman Catholic • 9:30 a.m. - Sunday Mass • Confession takes place before Mass • Confession Monday - Thursday at noon Protestant • 9:45 a.m. - Protestant Church School (Sunday School) • 11 a.m. - Protestant Sunday Worship Service (Children’s church is also available at this time) • 5 p.m. - Wednesday Protestant Bible Study • 9:30 a.m. - Sunday Mass Buddhist • 11 a.m. - Saturday Worship Service in the Chapel Fellowship Hall Other Faith Groups • For Jewish, Mormon and Islamic support, contact the Chaplain’s Office at 228-7775

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HAPPENINGS n The acting Sexual Assault Re-

sponse Coordinator of MCAS Beaufort is Marie Brodie. She can be reached at (910)-450-5159 Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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are looking for it, please contact the Lost and Found Custodian at 843-228-6335 Monday through Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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Date: June 15, 1944

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Preceded by naval gunfire and carrier air strikes, the V Amphibious Corps assaulted the west coast of Saipan, Marianas Islands. By nightfall, the 2d and 4th Marine Divisions, moving against heavy opposition, had established a beachhead 10,000 yards wide and 1,500 yards deep.

Marine Corps Top Shot Effective June 1, MCAS Beaufort will be in Tropical Cyclone Condition V for 2018 Atlantic Hurricane season until November 30. This year is predicted to be a near or above normal season due to neutral La Nina conditions and later in the season a weak El Nino developing. NOAA is predicting 10-16 named storms. 5-9 will become Hurricanes. 1-4 will become major Hurricanes. Monitor the latest forecasts and briefings from the National Weather Service in order to prepare your family for any extreme weather affecting our area or along your route during vacation travels. Be Prepared!

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In Other News

MAG-31 comes together for Summer Sizzler

Photo by Cpl. Benjamin McDonald

Photo by Cpl. Benjamin McDonald

Marines play in a basketball tournament during the Summer Sizzler aboard Marine Marines with Explosive Ordnance Disposal give a demonstration during the Summer Corps Air Station Beaufort June 8. Marine Aircraft Group 31 Headquarters held the Sizzler aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort June 8. Marine Aircraft Group 31 event to bring the Marines together and build camaraderie. Headquarters held the event to bring the Marines together and build camaraderie.

Photo by Cpl. Benjamin McDonald

Col. Frank Latt (left) and Col. Matthew Phares (right) serve Marines lunch during the Summer Sizzler aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort June 8. Marine Aircraft Group 31 Headquarters held the event to bring the Marines of the squadron together and build camaraderie. During the Summer Sizzler, Marines were served lunch by the current commanding officer, the future commanding officer, and the sergeant major. The Marines also played in a basketball tournament and a tug of war. Latt is the comanding officer of MAG-31 and Phares is the incoming commanding officer of MAG-31.

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range in 1981 and the land was transferred to the Marine Corps in 1991. Since then Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort has owned TBR. Until last year it was run by Georgia Air National Guard. “Georgia Air National Guard managed the assets and operations of the range for the past 40 or so years and they did a fantastic job,” Corns said. “As of Oct. 1, 2017, MCAS Beaufort took over operations to continue with the expansion and modernization of the range. When we complete it, we will be able to support 100% of the training syllabus for the F-35B.” Recently expanded from 5,183 acres to 33,834 acres, Townsend Bombing Range is being modernized for training operations. As the east coast’s premier air-to-ground training range, it provides the nation’s aircrews access to world-class training, which is critical to maintain a strong national defense in a world of ever-changing opponents, battlegrounds, and technologies. Photo by Cpl. Ashley Phillips “TBR is absolutely a national asset,” Corns said. “With An F-16 Fighting Falcon conducts air-to-ground training at Townsend Bombing Range, Georgia. June 12. Aircraft our capabilities, location and training facilities, we are around the Department of Defense regularly use the range to rehearse strafing and dropping inert munitions. The able to provide training to Marine Corps aviation units, aircraft is with 157th Fighter Squadron, 169th Fighter Wing based out of McEntire Joint National Guard Base. Navy, Air Force and Air National Guard, and Army units from more than six states. We are increasing mission readiness across the DoD.”

Photo by Cpl. Benjamin McDonald

An F-16 Fighting Falcon maneuvers during air-to-ground training at Townsend Bombing Range, Ga. June 12. Aircraft around the Department of Defense regularly use the range to rehearse strafing and dropping inert munitions. The aircraft is with 157th Fighter Squadron, 169th Fighter Wing based out of McEntire Joint National Guard Base.


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This Friday, June 15, the Naval Hospital Beaufort will begin the second phase of renovations on the new Radiology Department. Renovations are expected to take place from June 15 – June 26. The following entrances will be closed: - The main entrance will remain closed - The VA entrance, the door closest to the MRI trailer, will be closed indefinitely. The exterior Orthopedics entrance will be the only access point for the Orthopedics clinic. Temporary main hospital entrance with wheelchair access will be located behind the MRI trailer, please follow the directional signs and temporary walkway in the parking lot. Transportation: For those needing transportation to the temporary main hospital entrance there will be drivers with golf carts ready to assist. MRI waiting area and check-in phone: The MRI waiting area and check in phone will be relocated to the old Immunizations/Urgent Care Clinic waiting area. When you enter the temporary main hospital entrance you will see the seating area directly across the main hallway.

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skills on dog handling procedures. Marines learn tactics such as detecting and patrol work with their K-9’s as well as how to properly groom and take care of their dogs. “Before we were able to go to Lackland Air Force Base, each Marine had to do on the job training,” Parkhill said. “This exposes the Marine to life as a MWD handler. You help with the bite training and cleaning the kennel and get used to being around dogs all day every day. In order to be an effective handler, a Marine needs to have thick skin and not have a big ego. Handlers have to act funny for their dogs to get their attention or reward them. The OJT shows the MWD leadership that a Marine is ready to go to the school and become a trained handler. The school house taught me a lot and how to be a basic dog handler, but the OJT set me up for success and showed me what my future could be after certifying as a MWD handler.”

From helping officers detect contraband and aiding in vehicle searches, the military working dogs of MCAS Beaufort engage in operations to keep the Tri-command and lowcountry safe. “These dogs are an integral part of the security system in place that keeps our bases and surrounding communities’ safe,” said Lt. Col. William Butters, the Provost Marshal for MCAS Beaufort and Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island. “Our MWD teams help keep the Marines and Sailors of the Tri-command safe as well as support missions outside our gates. These teams help support local and federal law enforcement. They can go to a temporary assignment of duty as far south as Florida and as far north as New York to help accomplish a mission. I have been in the Marine Corps for 17 years and have not seen a greater asset than a base’s MWD program.”

Photo by Cpl. Terry Haynes III

Officer Jack Hunt conducts bite training with his dog aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort June 13. The military working dog section aids the air station in detecting contraband and conducting security checks. Hunt is a dog handler with the Provost Marshal’s Office aboard MCAS Beaufort.

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Graduates

Oscar Company Graduates Honor Graduates

Platoon 4020 Private First Class H. D. Eckert, Plano, TX Senior Drill Instructor: Gunnery Sgt. A. Dixon

Platoon 4021 Private First Class A. K. Gipson, Carson, CA, Senior Drill Instructor: Staff Sgt. G. S. Gomez

Platoon 4020 Pvt. Almonte, K. M., Pfc. Altman, A. D., Pfc. Aybar, J. S., Pvt. Basler, J. A., Pvt. Brown, A. M., Pfc. Campbell, S. C., Pvt. Campos, J., Pvt. Contreras, K.O., Pfc. Crosby, B. L., Pfc. Delgado, V. A., Pvt. Deshon, E. C., Pfc. Dotzert, M. J., Pfc. Durst, H. D., Pfc. Eckert, H. D., Pvt. Galbraith, B. A., Pfc. Harris, L. V., Pvt. Hettich, A. R., Pfc. Hopson, K. B., Pvt. Jaramillo, L. K., Pfc. Kharoufa, C. R., Pfc. Khut, L., Pfc. Leblanc, K. N., Pfc. Lee, J. C., Pvt. Levine, V. E., Pfc. Malikowski, S. L., Pvt. Maness, E. K., Pfc. Mangiapane, J. M., Pfc. Martha, A., Pfc. Martin, A. F., Pvt. Martin, J. H., Pfc. Maxwell, K. L., Pfc. Mellen, H. L., Pfc. Moore, A. A. , Pvt. Morton, B. E., Pfc. Obrien, S. W., Pfc. Parbhoo, V. H., *Pfc. Parker, S. K., Pfc. Payne, S. R., Pvt. Quillin, H. P., Pvt. Quitzau,A S., Pvt. Ramirez, M. M., Pvt. Rangel, V., Pfc. Roberts, B. N., Pvt. Roblesmoreno, V. A., Pfc. Scalise, A. L., Pfc. Sibriguerrero, M. I., Pvt. Soto, A., Pfc. Standifer, T. B., Pfc. Summerhill, M. A., Pvt. Ugalde, M. I., Pfc. Vereecken, C. J., Pfc. Williams, Z. T., Pvt. Wright, B. K., Pvt. Yost, C. E.

Platoon 4021 Pvt. Allen, M. R., Pfc. Aviles, O. S., Pfc. Baker, B. N., Pvt. Bouchard, A. R., Pvt. Bower, M. Y., Pfc. Brazeal, B. O., Pfc. Catalini, E. J., Pvt. Contos, A. J., Pfc. Cooper, K. L., Pfc. Deaver, V. L., Pvt. Deleon, U. O., Pvt. Eason, E. M., Pvt. Ellis, R. K., Pfc. Ewing, J. D., Pvt. Fernandezsisa, V., Pvt. Fitzpatrick, S. E., Pvt. Franco, I. E., Pvt. Frutos, S. C., *Pfc. Galvez, V., Pvt. Garcia, C. B., Pvt. Garcia, K. A., Pfc. Gee, T. N., Pfc. Gerlach, N. E., Pfc. Gipson, A. K., Pvt. Gordon, J. L., Pvt. Gutierrez, A., Pfc. Harper, K. M., Pfc. Hudson, N., Pvt. Johannes, C. K., Pfc. Jones, B. N., Pvt. Kenner, S. R., Pvt. Lehmberg, A. A., Pfc. Lute, K. M., Pvt. Manson, K. M., Pvt. Medina, K. G., Pvt. Mendoza, L., Pvt. Middlebrooks, A. A., Pfc. Moran, E. A., Pfc. Patenaude, M. N., Pfc. Peraltamartinez, L. D., Pvt. Perez, I. I., Pvt. Perezhernandez, T., Pvt. Peters, R. L., Pfc. Pope, S. A., Pfc. Rodriguez, A. C., Pfc. Rodriguez, V. N., SPfc. alvador, J. T., Pfc. Sanluis, N. J., Pvt. Smoot, J. L., Pfc. Tadjvar, N. F., Pfc. Tan, G. M., Pfc. Thomas, E. K., Pvt. Thomlinson, S. L., Pvt. Trevino, T., Pfc. Uy, L. P., Pvt. Vandehoef, E. A., Pfc. Veazey, A. M., Pfc. Vela, V. N., Pfc. Vrabel, C. A., Pvt. White, A. E., * Denotes meritoriously promoted

I WANT YOU to Run the

Famous Founders 5K

15 June 0700

Start at MCAS Fitness Center & Afterburners Parking Lot Wear a shirt, costume or item representing your favorite famous founder of a political or social movement. Awards for each age group & light refreshments will be available. Run will follow a new course. For more info, contact: brownw@usmc-mccs.org 843-228-6638


Graduates

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Delta Company Graduates Honor Graduates

Platoon 1040

Platoon 1044

Pfc. L. B. Decker, Ladson, SC, Senior Drill Instructor: Staff Sgt. C. M. Kolb

Pfc. D. I. Jolley-Little, Jeffersonville, IN Senior Drill Instructor: Staff Sgt. C. D. Bentley

Platoon 1041

Platoon 1045

Pfc. A. T. Carothers, Belfountain, OH Senior Drill Instructor: Staff Sgt. E. E. Medina

Pfc. J.A. Angerrett, Frederick, MD Senior Drill Instructor: Staff Sgt. J.D. Dejesus

Platoon 1042

Platoon 1046

Pfc. P. PereiraBorros, North Port, FL Senior Drill Instructor: Sgt. H.A. Ferraro

Pfc. P. S. Downes III, Clayton, NJ Senior Drill Instructor: Staff Sgt. H. M. Kim

Platoon 1040

Danger

Pvt.. Alcibar, Christian J.Pvt.. Alvarado, Julian A., Pfc.. Bahamundivega, Jovian A..,Pvt.. Barnett, Myles J., Pvt.. Beamer, Brandon M., Pfc.. Bell, Hunter S.*,Pvt.. Bennett, Hunter S.,Pfc. Bevis, Brandon K.,Pvt.. Bolick, Dalton C. Pvt.. Bracewell, Wesley F.,Pvt.. Calacino, Hunter L.,Pvt..Caramalis, Brett D.,Pvt.. Castillopalacios,Enrique,Pvt..Cooper,Austin M.,Pvt..Dalrymple, Jacob A.,Pvt..Dean,Timothy M.,Pfc..Decker, Layton B.,Pfc..Denson, Kamari M. Pvt.. Detwiler, Micah J.,Pvt..England, Michael C.,Pvt..Fiedler, Thomas L., Pfc.. Giles, Dashawn T., Pvt.. Gomez, Joshua F.,Pvt..Gonzalez, Manuel A.,Pvt.. Graham, John M.,Pfc.. Hall, Micah,Pfc.. Hamaker Jr., Jeffrey S.* Pfc.Harper Jr., Michael D.,Pvt. Harris, Austin J.,Pvt. Harris, Nicolas D., Pvt.Hendricks Jr., Mark J.,Pvt. Hill, Dallas L.,Pvt. Jaggie, Anthony S.,Pfc. James, Daniel D.*Pvt.Jones Jr., Charles N.,Pfc. ones, Daquan D., Pfc. Jones, John P. Pfc. Kohler, Nathan P., Pfc. Krell, Nicholas J., Pvt. Larson, Brandon F.,Pvt. Lawrence, Adonis M.,Pvt. Linscott, Kyle A.,Pvt. Mahoney, Kevin J.,Pvt. Munguia, Brandon M., Pvt. Owens, Deshawn L.,Pvt. Parrish, Joshua B.,Pfc. Patton, Korey J. Pvt. Penton, Spencer C., Pvt. Pope, Cason L.,Pvt.Portillo, Shyler X.Pfc.Ramey, David M.*Pvt. Roarty, Bryce M.,Pvt. Rodriguez, Anthony J.,Pvt. Rodriguez, Martin,Pvt.Roell, Noah M.Pfc. Rojasosario, Juan R. Pvt. Saldana, Daniel, Pvt. Sampson, Shane C.,Pvt. Scott, Emanuel F.,Pfc. Seaman, Aidan L.Pvt.Siler, Kenneth L. Pfc. Smith, Andrew T.,Pvt.Spugnardi, Matthew L.Pfc.Sturgeon, Nathan M.,Pvt.Sutton, Reginal,Pfc.Thrift, Chandler L,,Pvt.Watts, Jaron A.,Pvt.Webb, Joshua D.,Pfc.Weber, Mccameron C.*,Pvt. Whitney, Devin J.,Pfc.Williams II, Stanley E.,Pvt.Williams, Dylan D.,Pvt.Yoder, Kyle E.Pvt.Young, Ethan N.

Platoon 1041

Aldridge, Simon B., Pvt. Arnett, William D., Pvt. Avery, Jason T., Pvt. Bachez, Anthony J., Pfc. Barnes III, Robert T., Pvt. Bell, Joel M., Pvt. Benites Jr., Oscar N.* , Pvt. Berry, Daahoud M., Pfc. Best Jr., Billy W.* , Pvt. Bolin, Daniel W., Pvt. Bonilla, Elvin W., Pvt. Bortnick, Alec B., Pvt. Briel, Quintin D., Pvt. Brown, Jacob L., Pfc. Bryant Jr., Donald W., Pvt. Bryant, Kyle A., Pfc. Cabello, Andres I., Pfc. Carothers, Anthony T.* , Pvt. Carter, Mickey C., Pvt. Champion, Aaron S., Pfc. Christensen, Daniel R., Pvt. Clements, Justin G., Pfc. Cordova, Arturo J., Pvt. Daigle, Hayden W., Pvt. Diallo, Seydou , Pvt. Doughman, Ryan A., Pvt. Forsythe, Isiah D., Pvt. Gregory, Joseph R., Pvt. Hawthorne, Anthony J., Pvt. Henriquez, Kevin J., Pvt. Hoffman, Noah J., Pfc. Horoszewski, Kevin T., Pvt. Hottinger, Matthew W., Pvt. Hudson, Jason L., Pfc. Keenan, Terence M.* , Pvt. King, Donny L., Pvt. Kitelinger, Dustin C., Pvt. Kolter, Maxwell U., Pfc. Kothe, Austin T., Pfc. Nadler, Andrew J., Pvt. Nunnally Jr., Mark E., Pfc. Obrien, Malik M., Pfc. Obrien, Trevor M., Pfc. Osborn, Jesse R., Pfc. Pelaez Jr., Desi A., Pfc. Perez, Jonathan L.* , Pfc. Perkins, Bret T., Pvt. Perry, Isaac S., Pfc. Peterson II, Nathan W., Pvt. Pogorzelski, Peter , Pvt. Rambeau, Brady T., Pvt. Reed, William E., Pvt. Reyes, Jeacy J., Pvt. Ricardo, Anthony D., Pfc. Richardson, Jonathan E., Pvt. Rogers, Christopher M., Pfc. Rosa, Robert M., Pvt. Ruiz Jr., Hector , Pvt. Sapienza, Christopher D., Pvt. Schoff, Brandon J., Pfc. Schulz, Matthew L., Pfc. Sessoms Jr., Dwight K., Pfc. Stephens, Drew K., Pfc. Sterlin, Dieupson , Pvt. Stiffarm, Dakota Z., Pvt. Studenroth, Nathan J., Pfc. Swarthout, Jason L., Pfc. Turner, Desmond T., Pvt. Vinston, Dontavious V., Pvt. Vivien Jr., Scott C., Pfc. Williams, Justin B., Pvt. Zamorano, Kevin A.

Platoon 1042

Pvt. Alcutt Jr., Timothy M., Pvt. Ambriz, Austin F., Pfc. Aupont, Jimmy , Pfc. Barry, Nikos A., Pvt. Beauton, Brennan J., Pvt. Blevins, Noah H.*, Pvt. Blevins II, Glenn R., Pvt. Bryant, Daniel T., Pvt. Butler, Leroy D., Pvt. Chancellor, Cameron M., Pvt. Chavez, Steve, Pvt. Christiano Jr., Bartholome M., Pvt. Claros, Carlos P., Pvt. Cooper, Joshua B., Pvt. Cruzhernandez, Jean E., Pvt. Derick, Codey J.*, Pvt. Derick, Lucas R.*, Pfc. Devine, Sean T., Pvt. Diaz, Izaiah A., Pvt. Donahoo, Nicholas R.*, Pvt. Donahue, Michael T., Pvt. Echenique Jr., Alan J., Pfc. Flaherty, Shane M., Pfc. Galloway, Christian M., Pvt. Garcia, Joshua , Pvt. Gomez Jr., Corey J., Pvt. Gorham, Jordan A., Pvt. Hagn Jr., William R., Pvt. Hernandeztomas, Joaquin A., Pvt. Huot Jr., Robert J., Pfc. Kilbane, John M., Pvt. Koehler, Robert P., Pfc. Larue, Jack R., Pfc. Lequire, Austin H., Pvt. Leto Jr., Joseph F., Pfc. Liddell, William J., Pfc. Lindahl, Gavin S., Pfc. Locke, Shawn E., Pvt. Lopezramirez, Carlos A., Pvt. Luna, Toribio , Pvt. Lustig, Jared S., Pvt. Manson, Brian J.*, Pfc. Masoner, Derek A., Pfc. Mears, Kyle C., Pfc. Mendola, John D., Pfc. Morris, Daniel W., Pfc. Najera, Alexander P., Pfc. Negrete, Liam M., Pvt. Oswald, Tyler A., Pvt. Patton, Christian S., Pvt. Peabody, Dylon W., Pvt. Percola, Nicholas J., Pfc. Pereirabarros, Henrique , Pvt. Rodriguez, Jonathon R., Pvt. Roseling, Dillan M., Pfc. Ross, Charles M., Pvt. Samuel, Vionsay A., Pvt. Santiago, Johnathan J., Pfc. Santiago, Nathaniel J., Pvt. Shaffer, Derrick L., Pfc. Shippee, Alex J., Pfc. Sieira, Juan A., Pfc. Solermorales, Christopher G., Pvt. Stemm, William R., Pfc. Stepic, Colin A., Pvt. Stout, Clayton D., Pvt. Thomas, Isaiah D., Pfc. Valdes, Timothy C., Pvt. Villoda, Luis E., Pvt. Wanner, Daniel S., Pvt. Wanner, Joseph M., Pfc. Williams, Mark D., Pfc. Yammarino, Salvatore J.

Platoon 1044

Pvt. Abate, Joshua L.*, Pvt. Abdulla, Maueen F.*, Pvt. Aguayo, Marcos D., Pvt. Aguilera, Erles L., Pvt. Akers, Adams S., Pfc. Angerrett, Jordan A., Pvt. Beauclaire, Tyler J., Pfc. Benoit, Erik A., Pvt. Booher, Nicholas A., Pfc. Caldwell, Brendan J., Pfc. Cashin, Liam P., Pvt. Copeland, Tanner L., Pfc. Comiel, Derren L., Pfc. Davis, Seth A., Pvt. Degaton, Cameron., Pfc. Digiammerino, Christin M., Pfc. Dugan, Graham J., Pvt. Dumas, Gabrial E., Pvt. Gilman, Tyler J., Pvt. Gray, Alexander W., Pvt. Greene, Jordan X., Pfc. Hall, Elijah D., Pvt. Harper, Finnegan S., Pvt. Hartigan, Isaac T., Pvt. Holmes, Jordan M., Pvt. Huesken, Stephen A., Pvt. Iodice, Zachery B., Pvt. Johnson, Wesley T., Pvt. Junay, Kevin J., Pvt. Kegley, Jarrod M., Pvt. Kelly Jr. Dodrick D., Pvt. Liranzo, John A., Pfc. Lloyd Jr. Garry W., Pfc. Lucero, Ivan E., Pfc. Ludwig, Jarod K., Pfc. Macafee, Drew R., Pfc. Macbeth, Sumner C., Pvt. Mann, Jordan K., Pvt. Martin, Cody L.. Pvt. Mastrine, Sam, Pfc. Macnair, Timothy, R., Pfc. Meyers Trevor A., Pfc. Mighton, Nicholas, A., Pfc. Moreau, Aaron C., Pvt. Moses, Jonathan S., Pvt. Nalitt, Tyler L., Pvt. Novosel, Alden D., Pvt. Oliveira, Christian B., Pvt. Pagan, Orlando A., Pvt. Partanen, Jonathon M., Pfc. Pasini, Nicolas J., Pvt. Perez Justin E., Pvt. Persuad, Ezonia K., Pfc. Phommatham, Dazaa T., Pfc. Presley Jr. Ryan A., Pfc. Romeroklevisha, Christopher B., Pvt. Ruark, Mark E., Pvt. Shlimmer, Michael A.*, Pvt. Smith, Austin R., Pvt. Sohnleitner, Tyler S., Pvt. Sproull, Ethan J., Pvt. Taalibdeen II, Abdul M., Pfc. Tarasiewicz, Michael D., Pvt. Taylor Nathan G., Pfc. Thomas, Nicholas E., Pfc. Trickett IV, Edwin C., Pvt. Tucker, John A*., Pvt. Vargo, Ryan C*., Pvt. Wheeler, Caleb A., Pvt. Williams Marcelius E., Pvt. Willie Jr. Jamison T., Pvt. Woodward, Jonathan C., Pvt. Yost, Andrew J.

Platoon 1045

Pvt. Abate, Joshua L.* ,Pvt. Abdulla, Muaeen F.* ,Pvt. Aguayo, Marcos D., Pvt. Aguilera, Erles I., Pvt. Akers, Adam S., Pfc. Angerett, Jordan A., Pvt. Beauclaire, Tyler J., Pfc. Benoit, Erik A., Pvt. Booher, Nicholas A., Pfc. Caldwell, Brendan J., Pfc. Cashin, Liam P., Pvt. Copeland, Tanner L., Pfc. Corniel, Derren L., Pvt. Coulter, Daniel P., Pfc. Davis, Seth A., Pvt. Degaton, Cameron J., Pfc. Digiammerino, Christin M., Pfc. Dugan, Graham J., Pvt. Dumas, Gabrial E., Pvt. Gilman, Tyler J., Pvt. Gray, Alexander W., Pvt. Greene, Jordan X., Pfc. Hall, Elijah D., Pvt. Harper, Finnegan S., Pvt. Hartigan, Isaac T., Pvt. Holmes, Jordan M., Pvt. Huesken, Stephen A., Pvt. Iodice, Zachery B., Pvt. Johnson, Wesley T., Pvt. Junay, Kevin J., Pvt. Kegley, Jarrod M., Pvt. Kelly Jr., Dodrick D., Pvt. Liranzo, John A., Pfc. Lloyd Jr., Garry W., Pfc. Lucero, Ivan E., Pfc. Ludwig, Jarod K., Pfc. Macafee, Drew R., Pfc. Macbeth, Sumner C., Pvt. Mann, Jordan K., Pvt. Martin, Cody L., Pvt. Mastrine, Sam ,Pfc. Mcnair, Timothy R., Pfc. Meyers, Trevor A., Pfc. Mighton, Nicholas A., Pfc. Moreau, Aaron C., Pvt. Moses, Jonathan S., Pvt. Nalitt, Tyler L., Pvt. Novosel, Alden D., Pvt. Oliveira, Christian B., Pvt. Pagan, Orlando A., Pvt. Partanen, Jonathon M., Pfc. Pasini, Nicolas J., Pvt. Perez, Justin E., Pvt. Persaud, Ezonia K., Pfc. Phommatham, Dazaa T., Pfc. Presley Jr., Ryan A., Pfc. Romeroklevisha, Christopher B., Pvt. Ruark, Mark E., Pvt. Schlimmer, Michael J.* ,Pvt. Smith, Austin R., Pvt. Sohnleitner, Tyler S., Pvt. Sproull, Ethan J., Pvt. Taalibdeen II, Abdul M., Pfc. Tarasiewicz, Michael D., Pvt. Taylor, Nathan G., Pfc. Thomas, Nicholas E., Pfc. Trickett IV, Edwin C., Pvt. Tucker, John A.* ,Pvt. Vargo, Ryan C.* ,Pvt. Wheeler, Caleb A., Pvt. Williams, Marcelius E., Pvt. Willie Jr., Jamison T., Pvt. Woodward, Jonathan C., Pvt. Yost, Andrew J.

Platoon 1046

Pvt..,Allenmitchell, Eli D., Pfc..,Arroyorosario, Wilfred G., Pvt..,Ascolillo Jr., Scott L., Pvt..,Bates, Tyler D., Pvt..,Berger, Cameron J., Pfc..,Brooks, Sullivan G.*., Pvt..,Brown, Cameron J., Pfc..,Brown, Gaige D., Pvt..,Brown, Ryan S., Pfc..,Burt, Mason H., Pvt..,Bush, Dylan C., Pfc..,Carrautirado, Alfredo D., Pfc..,Carter, Stedman K., Pfc. .,Castellano, Bryant F., Pfc..,Cobb, Artyoom A., Pvt..,Counceller, Logan T., Pvt..,Delvalle, Gabriel R., Pfc..,Demuth, Giovanni O., Pvt..,Dilolle, William J., Pfc..,Downes III, Percell S.*, Pvt..,Ellis, Donald R., Pfc..,Ellison, Michael M., Pvt..,Ferro, Michael V., Pvt..,Fierromarin, Fredi., , Pvt..,Flores, Carlos M., Pvt..,Fuentesrivera, Eliam Y., Pvt..,Garcia, John D., Pvt..,Glynn, William R., Pvt..,Gonzalez, Jason., , Pvt..,Griffiths, Jacob D., Pvt..,Halbstein, David A., Pvt..,Hansel, Lake S., Pvt..,Holland, Austin J., Pfc..,Jalbert, Nicholas R., Pfc..,Jones, Damien K.*, Pvt..,Kinnan, Cody T., Pvt..,Kowalsky, Stephen D., Pfc..,Lecole, Martin L., Pvt..,Mendoza, Francisco A., Pvt..,Miller IV, George E., Pvt..,Minard, Justin L., Pfc..,Mohamed, Mubarak O.* Pvt..,Montero, Ricky., , Pvt..,Moore, Isaac C., Pfc..,Murphy, Brian L., Pvt..,Oliver, Braden J., Pfc..,Olivera, Dany D., Pvt..,Pease, Brendan A., Pvt..,Penafiel, William H., Pvt..,Prince, Rhett G., Pvt..,Quinlan, Trent J., Pfc..,Ramosmartinez, Yan A., Pvt..,Rivers, Vernon A., Pvt..,Rojas, Mitchell E., Pfc. .,Rumney, Coleman L.*., , Pvt..,Scanniello, Michael R., Pvt..,Schneider, Keaton W., Pvt..,Shaner, Justin R., Pfc..,Solis Jr., Juan S., Pvt..,Sosadelacruz, Melvin D., Pfc. .,Steilow, Taylor G., Pvt..,Taylor, Larick K., Pvt..,Thompson, David J., Pvt..,Vazquezquintana, Edwin Y., Pvt..,Velazquez, Jorge A., Pfc..,Walden, Adam J., Pfc..,Ware, Brian M., Pfc..,Waters Jr., Stanley., Pvt..,Williams Jr., Eric M., Pfc..,Willis III, Robert H., Pvt..,Wynn, Garrett M.


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