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U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Maj. Christopher Denham and Col. Michael McCarthy, Marine Air Control Group 28 sergeant major and commanding officer, salute during a realignment ceremony at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, North Carolina, June 1, 2022. This event saw the reassignment of Marine Wing Support Squadron 271, previously assigned to Marine Aircraft Group 14, to the command of MACG-28. This change took place in alignment with Force Design 2030, an effort to redesign the Marine Corps to better fulfill its role as the nation's naval expeditionary force-in-readiness. - U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Maj. Christopher Denham and Col. Michael McCarthy, Marine Air Control Group 28 sergeant major and commanding officer, salute during a realignment ceremony at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, North Carolina, June 1, 2022. This event saw the reassignment of Marine Wing Support Squadron 271, previously assigned to Marine Aircraft Group 14, to the command of MACG-28. This change took place in alignment with Force Design 2030, an effort to redesign the Marine Corps to better fulfill its role as the nation's naval expeditionary force-in-readiness.

U.S. Marines with 3rd Marine Expeditionary Brigade Alert Contingency Marine Air Ground Task Force, secure gear and equipment to pallets during an ACM drill on Marine Corps Air Station Futenma, Okinawa, Japan, June 8, 2022. 3RD MEB is III Marine Expeditionary Force’s Fire Brigade, ready to respond to a wide range of crisis events throughout the Indo-Pacific region as a command-and-control node or as the nucleus of a Joint Task Force, from delivering humanitarian assistance during natural disasters to combat operations. This ACM drill showcased the 3RD MEB’s readiness and validated its ability to rapidly activate and deploy a Forward Command Element. - U.S. Marines with 3rd Marine Expeditionary Brigade Alert Contingency Marine Air Ground Task Force, secure gear and equipment to pallets during an ACM drill on Marine Corps Air Station Futenma, Okinawa, Japan, June 8, 2022. 3RD MEB is III Marine Expeditionary Force’s Fire Brigade, ready to respond to a wide range of crisis events throughout the Indo-Pacific region as a command-and-control node or as the nucleus of a Joint Task Force, from delivering humanitarian assistance during natural disasters to combat operations. This ACM drill showcased the 3RD MEB’s readiness and validated its ability to rapidly activate and deploy a Forward Command Element.

Charles Phelps, Shane Hillhouse and David Lin were awarded the Meritorious Civilian Service medal by Colonel Michael Fitzgerald during the Marine Corps Logistics Base (MCLB) Albany Net Zero Ceremony, May 24, 2022, on behalf of the Secretary of the Navy. These awards acknowledge the professional achievements while serving in direct support of the MCLB Albany Energy Program. These individuals were critical to the successful execution of over a decade worth of energy projects and initiatives. From concept and design through commissioning, they served in key roles on the three energy savings performance contracts, the electrical grid modernization, the 31-megawatt solar photovoltaic farm, the installation of the two landfill gas generators and the facility-related control system. These efforts were critical to MCLB Albany’s proud accomplishment of being the first installation in the Department of Defense to be Net Zero, ensuring energy security and resiliency within the Marine Corps. - Charles Phelps, Shane Hillhouse and David Lin were awarded the Meritorious Civilian Service medal by Colonel Michael Fitzgerald during the Marine Corps Logistics Base (MCLB) Albany Net Zero Ceremony, May 24, 2022, on behalf of the Secretary of the Navy. These awards acknowledge the professional achievements while serving in direct support of the MCLB Albany Energy Program. These individuals were critical to the successful execution of over a decade worth of energy projects and initiatives. From concept and design through commissioning, they served in key roles on the three energy savings performance contracts, the electrical grid modernization, the 31-megawatt solar photovoltaic farm, the installation of the two landfill gas generators and the facility-related control system. These efforts were critical to MCLB Albany’s proud accomplishment of being the first installation in the Department of Defense to be Net Zero, ensuring energy security and resiliency within the Marine Corps.

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