Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton

 

Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton

Support the Warfighter

Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton Leadership

Colonel David B. Moore
MCAS Camp Pendleton Commanding Officer
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Sergeant Major Curtis A. Rice
MCAS Camp Pendleton Sergeant Major
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Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton
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Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron Leadership
Top Photos
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.
MCAS LOGO
MCAS H&HS new and improved unit logo.
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.
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.
MCAS Camp Pendleton Featured Video
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H&HS becomes a flying squadron
A U.S. Marine Corps UC-12W Huron with Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton, lands at MCAS Camp Pendleton, California, July 31, 2020. This is the first time in the unit's history H&HS has operated aircraft as a flying squadron. The UC-12W gives H&HS operational support airlift capabilities, and allows them to to move critical equipment and personnel to any location in the U.S. in a timely and cost effective manner in support of other Marine Corps units. (U.S. Marine Corps video by Cpl. Stephen Beard)
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