Marine Corps Base Hawaii

 

Marine Corps Base Hawaii

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The Uniform of the Day for MCB Hawaii is currently the Woodland Marine Pattern (MARPAT) Marine Corps Combat Utility Uniform (MCCUU) with the sleeves rolled up. Marines with orders to MCBH should refer to Base Order 1020.5D for complete regulations regarding proper attire and appearance.
Woodland Sleeves for the Tropics
The Uniform of the Day for MCB Hawaii is currently the Woodland Marine Pattern (MARPAT) Marine Corps Combat Utility Uniform (MCCUU) with the sleeves rolled up. Marines with orders to MCBH should refer to Base Order 1020.5D for complete regulations regarding proper attire and appearance. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Adam Korolev)
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII—  Cpl. Bradley Saunders, an infantry assaultman with Fox Company, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, and a Platteville, Wis., native, drags a training dummy while shooting targets with his M9 Service Pistol during a Pacific Combat Shooting Match at the Kaneohe Bay Range Training Facility aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii, March 16, 2016. Teams from different units used various weapons and tactics to achieve the fastest time possible on different courses of fire, while earning points for awards during the competition. Marines from the Marine Corps Combat Shooting Team instructed and gave advice to the Marines participating in the event. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Jesus Sepulveda Torres)
Shooting with a purpose
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII— Cpl. Bradley Saunders, an infantry assaultman with Fox Company, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, and a Platteville, Wis., native, drags a training dummy while shooting targets with his M9 Service Pistol during a Pacific Combat Shooting Match at the Kaneohe Bay Range Training Facility aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii, March 16, 2016. Teams from different units used various weapons and tactics to achieve the fastest time possible on different courses of fire, while earning points for awards during the competition. Marines from the Marine Corps Combat Shooting Team instructed and gave advice to the Marines participating in the event. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Jesus Sepulveda Torres)
MARINE CORPS TRAINING AREA BELLOWS – Police Officer Travis Cleaveland, a military working dog handler for the Provost Marshal’s Office Military Working Dogs Unit with Headquarters Battalion from Marine Corps Base Hawaii, demonstrates a mock takedown with Nero, one of the military police dogs there for Cub Scout troop 311 aboard Marine Corps Training Area Bellows, March 5, 2016. Marines and civilian officers gave different commands to their dogs, showing off their intelligence and obedience. The dog handlers also wore a bite jacket for a mock take down by the dogs to show the scouts the discipline and training the dogs show when facing a real threat. Cleaveland, a St. Cloud, Minn., native, said his military working dogs are constantly training and ready on command to stop any threat. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Jesus Sepulveda Torres)
Devils, Dogs Demonstrate Daily Duties
MARINE CORPS TRAINING AREA BELLOWS – Police Officer Travis Cleaveland, a military working dog handler for the Provost Marshal’s Office Military Working Dogs Unit with Headquarters Battalion from Marine Corps Base Hawaii, demonstrates a mock takedown with Nero, one of the military police dogs there for Cub Scout troop 311 aboard Marine Corps Training Area Bellows, March 5, 2016. Marines and civilian officers gave different commands to their dogs, showing off their intelligence and obedience. The dog handlers also wore a bite jacket for a mock take down by the dogs to show the scouts the discipline and training the dogs show when facing a real threat. Cleaveland, a St. Cloud, Minn., native, said his military working dogs are constantly training and ready on command to stop any threat. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Jesus Sepulveda Torres)
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII —  Cpl. Bradley Saunders, an infantry assaultman with Fox Company, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, and a Platteville, Wis., native, low crawls under netting while carrying ammo cans during the Pacific Combat Shooting Match at the Kaneohe Bay Range Training Facility aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii, March 16, 2016 Teams from different units used various weapons and tactics to achieve the fastest time possible on different courses of fire, while earning points for awards during the competition. Marines from the Marine Corps Combat Shooting Team instructed and gave advice to the Marines participating in the event. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Jesus Sepulveda Torres)
Shooting with a purpose
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII — Cpl. Bradley Saunders, an infantry assaultman with Fox Company, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, and a Platteville, Wis., native, low crawls under netting while carrying ammo cans during the Pacific Combat Shooting Match at the Kaneohe Bay Range Training Facility aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii, March 16, 2016 Teams from different units used various weapons and tactics to achieve the fastest time possible on different courses of fire, while earning points for awards during the competition. Marines from the Marine Corps Combat Shooting Team instructed and gave advice to the Marines participating in the event. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Jesus Sepulveda Torres)
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII — Cpl. Zachary Summers, a radio operator with 3rd Radio Battalion, kneels behind a barrier during a Pacific Combat Shooting Match at the Kaneohe Bay Range Training Facility aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii, March 16, 2016. Teams from different units used various weapons and tactics to achieve the fastest time possible on different courses of fire, while earning points for awards during the competition. Marines from the Marine Corps Combat Shooting Team instructed and gave advice to the Marines participating in the event. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Jesus Sepulveda Torres)
Shooting with a purpose
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII — Cpl. Zachary Summers, a radio operator with 3rd Radio Battalion, kneels behind a barrier during a Pacific Combat Shooting Match at the Kaneohe Bay Range Training Facility aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii, March 16, 2016. Teams from different units used various weapons and tactics to achieve the fastest time possible on different courses of fire, while earning points for awards during the competition. Marines from the Marine Corps Combat Shooting Team instructed and gave advice to the Marines participating in the event. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Jesus Sepulveda Torres)
MARINE CORPS TRAINING AREA BELLOWS – Marines and civilian officers from the Provost Marshal’s Office Military Working Dogs Unit with Headquarters Battalion from Marine Corps Base Hawaii answer questions and explain the importance of their job to a Cub Scout Troop aboard Marine Corps Training Area Bellows, March 5, 2016. Marines and civilian officers gave different commands to their dogs, showing off their intelligence and obedience. The dog handlers also wore a bite jacket for a mock take down by the dogs to show the scouts the discipline and training the dogs show when facing a real threat. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Jesus Sepulveda Torres)
Devils, Dogs Demonstrate Daily Duties
MARINE CORPS TRAINING AREA BELLOWS – Marines and civilian officers from the Provost Marshal’s Office Military Working Dogs Unit with Headquarters Battalion from Marine Corps Base Hawaii answer questions and explain the importance of their job to a Cub Scout Troop aboard Marine Corps Training Area Bellows, March 5, 2016. Marines and civilian officers gave different commands to their dogs, showing off their intelligence and obedience. The dog handlers also wore a bite jacket for a mock take down by the dogs to show the scouts the discipline and training the dogs show when facing a real threat. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Jesus Sepulveda Torres)

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