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MMT Marines prepare Baker Runway for slated landings

Lance Cpls. Kevin C. Greaves (background) and Jessie B. Vangelder hold hammers tied together to properly align the VS-17 platform on Tinian’s Backer Runway at North Field Nov. 19, during Exercise Forager Fury II. A Marine Air Traffic Control Mobile Tam (MMT) is composed of six Marines, four air traffic controllers, maintenance technician and communications technician. Vangelder is a navigational aids technician and MMT member from Pittsburgh, Pa., Greaves is also a navigational aids technician and MMT from Brooklyn, N.Y., with Marine Air Control Squadron 4, Marine Air Control Group 18, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, III Marine Expeditionary Force.



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This work, MMT Marines prepare Baker Runway for slated landings [Image 4 of 4], by Cpl Joseph Karwick, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:11.19.2013

Date Posted:11.20.2013 02:21

Photo ID:1056568

VIRIN:131119-M-BC491-0002

Resolution:5760x3840

Size:6.26 MB

Location:TINIAN, MPGlobe

Hometown:BROOKLYN, NY, US

Hometown:PITTSBURGH, PA, US

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