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Camp Pendleton
Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton Leadership

Colonel Richard T. Anderson
MCAS Camp Pendleton Commanding Officer
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Sergeant Major Johnathan R. Radel
MCAS Camp Pendleton Sergeant Major
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Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton
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Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron Leadership

Lieutenant Colonel Ryan A. Schiller
H&HS Commanding Officer
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Sergeant Major Valerie A. Camacho
H&HS Sergeant Major
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Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron
Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton
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Top Photos
The crew of a U.S. Air Force C-17 Globemaster III unloads in the dark of night on Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton, California, Nov. 7, 2019. The air station provides the Marines and sailors of I Marine Expeditionary Force and 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing with flexible deployment options. While the air station primarily supports rotary wing and tiltrotor aircraft, it is also capable of landing large aircraft like the C-17. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Andrew Cortez)
A U.S. Marine AH-1W Super Cobra with Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 775, Marine Aircraft Group 41, 4th Marine Aircraft Wing, is staged on the flight line at Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton, California, Jan. 06, 2020. HMLA-775 is a reserve helicopter squadron based out of MCAS Camp Pendleton. The squadron flies AH-1W Super Cobra, AH-1Z Viper and the UH-1Y Venom helicopters. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Alison Dostie)
U.S. Marine Col. Richard Anderson, left, the commanding officer for Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton, answers questions during an interview with Joe Little, an NBC-7 San Diego reporter, on MCAS Camp Pendleton, California, Nov. 4, 2019. Air station leadership invited media aboard to show how Marine Aircraft Group 39 and MCAS Camp Pendleton continuously assist each other's specific mission requirements. Together, MCAS Camp Pendleton and MAG-39 are capable of supporting expeditionary military operations worldwide. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Alison Dostie)
A U.S. Air Force C-17 Globemaster III waits on the flight line on Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton, California, Nov. 7, 2019. The air station provides the Marines and sailors of I Marine Expeditionary Force and 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing with flexible deployment options. While the air station primarily supports rotary wing and tiltrotor aircraft, it is also capable of landing large aircraft like the C-17. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Andrew Cortez)
U.S. Marine Corps Col. Richard T. Anderson, commanding officer, Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton and U.S. Marine Corps Col. Jeffrey C. Holt, deputy commander, Marine Corps Installations West, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, speak with Clint Eastwood, actor and director, following an advanced showing of his new movie at MCAS Camp Pendleton, California, Dec. 7, 2019. Eastwood visited MCB Camp Pendleton to speak to U.S. Marines, sailors and base residents at the base theater. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Melissa I. Ugalde)
U.S. Marine UH-1Y Venom helicopters sit in the rain on Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton, California, Dec. 23, 2019. MCAS Camp Pendleton operates and maintains a secure airfield in order to support I Marine Expeditionary Force, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton tenant commands and visiting units to maintain and enhance their mission capabilities and combat readiness. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Alison Dostie)
C-5M Super Galaxy being prepared to load a Venom UH-1for transport
Venom UH-1Y being loaded into the C-5M Super Galaxy through sheer teamwork
Venom UH-1Y being loaded into the C-5M Super Galaxy through sheer teamwork
Venom UH-1Y being loaded into the C-5M Super Galaxy through sheer teamwork
MCAS Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting Marines practice their firefighting skills on a dummy aircraft. Their tireless practice has shown effective during the many live fires they have helped extinguish. *Note: This photo has a light altering filter for clarity. It in no way alters the details of what is happening in or the objects in the photo.
MCAS Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting Marines practice their firefighting skills on a dummy aircraft. Their tireless practice has shown effective during the many live fires they have helped extinguish. *Note: This photo has a light altering filter for clarity. It in no way alters the details of what is happening in or the objects in the photo.
The dummy aircraft used by MCAS ARFF Marines to practice their firefighting skills is set ablaze for a drill. *Note: This photo has a light altering filter for clarity. It in no way alters the details of what is happening in or the objects in the photo.
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Standing with Sergeant Major Robinson and Colonel Clark, the civilians of Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton gather for their Annual photo, before heading to the flight line for the full command photo and awarding of Master Sergeant Duffel.
The Marines and Civilians of Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton and Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron stand in formation for the annual command photo, and the award ceremony of Master Sergeant Duffel.
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Mission
Maintains and operates air station facilities and property, providing support and services that enable I Marine Expeditionary Force, our tenants and visiting units to maintain and enhance their mission capability and combat readiness.
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