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Sgt. Ricardo S. Scales is an Air Support Operations operator for Marine Air Control Group 28.

MARINE CORPS AIR STATION CHERRY POINT, N.C. - What’s your job?

My job is to coordinate all annual training and professional military education for the six squadrons that fall under MACG-28.

What’s your favorite part?

My favorite aspect of my job is the opportunity to network, since I have to associate with Marines across the air station.

What’s the most challenging part?

The most challenging part of my job is last-minute training and ensuring that a Marine is ready for a deployment.

How does your job support the mission of 2nd MAW and MCAS Cherry Point?

My job supports the mission of 2nd MAW by making sure Marines have all the proper training needed to go to the fight.

How does your job in garrison differ from your job in the field?

My job doesn't exist in the field, becuase my job in garrison is to make sure Marines are trained and ready to go to the field.


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Date Taken:08.09.2010

Date Posted:08.12.2010 00:25

Location:MARINE CORPS AIR STATION CHERRY POINT, NC, USGlobe

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