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Become an Active-Reserve pilot

Maj. Michael E. Jeffries, a pilot with Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 112, Marine Aircraft Group 41, 4th Marine Aircraft Wing waits to board an F/A-18A “Hornet” aboard Marine Corps Air Station Miramar’s flight line before a night training event. Marine Administrative Message 054/13 announced Jan. 29, the qualifications and the process to apply to become an Active-Reserve aviation officer. The AR aviation officer program aims to provide well trained and experienced Reserve pilots to serve as full-time support to Marine Forces Reserve. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Christopher O'Quin)



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Date Taken:02.02.2009

Date Posted:02.01.2013 15:06

Photo ID:825117

VIRIN:090202-M-OO270-013

Resolution:3504x2336

Size:3.15 MB

Location:MIRAMAR, CA, USGlobe

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