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5th ANGLICO Tours Battle of Okinawa

The Battle of Okinawa is known as the “typhoon of steel” for its brutal fighting between the Japanese and...
Apr 8, 2015

April Donor Spotlight: Don Hall

The legendary yellow footprints at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island are...
  • Ready to Fight

    As the Deputy Commandant of Aviation, it is my honor to address you in this month’s aviation issue of the Gazette. I’m incredibly proud of all that Marine aviation has accomplished in the last year. Our...

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Apr 27, 2015 | History
(Ed Note: A great perk for military retired folk is being able to fly on military aircraft. This series highlights trips all over the world thanks to military flight and a lot of perseverance. Enjoy). SEE A LIST OF AIRCRAFT USED FOR SPACE-A FLIGHTS. Military flyers landing at NAS Rota, Spain are in...

The Gazette Blog

Apr 24, 2015 | Editorial
As we traditionally do in the May issue, we highlight Marine Corps aviation. The changes in the aviation combat element over the last few years have been significant. In an all-encompassing article, LtGen Jon Davis, the Deputy Commandant for Aviation, and the staff of the aviation department...

Marine Corps History

Today in History

April 28


3/6 was helo-lifted from the USS Boxer to secure the American Embassy in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

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This Month in History

The Civil War entered its third year in 1864, reaping a harvest of death and devastation across the South. Yet Confederate generals Robert E. Lee and Joseph E. Johnston still seemed invincible defending their...