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Marine Corps firefighting equipment showcases advanced capabilities

Marine Corps firefighting equipment showcases advanced capabilities

By Lance Cpl. Tyler Ngiraswei | July 01, 2014

Senior fire officers with the U.S. Marine Corps, Air Force, Navy, Army and Department of Defense Master Labor Contractors attended a Bambi Bucket firefighting water delivery system and MV-22B Osprey tiltrotor aircraft display June 10 at Marine Corps Air Station Futenma, Marine Corps Base Camp Smedley D. Butler, Marine Corps Installations MORE
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MACG-18 officers tour US Army Patriot missile launcher training site

MACG-18 officers tour US Army Patriot missile launcher training site

By Lance Cpl. Diamond N. Peden | July 01, 2014

It is a hot and humid day as U.S. soldiers adjust an antenna that monitors air waves for radio frequencies from other installations on Okinawa. Suddenly, a crackling noise rattles from the radio with a notification. A simulated missile is moments away, blazing a trail toward the island.   The soldiers jumped into action, quickly applying all the MORE
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MASS-2 Marines mastered sky, take to ground

MASS-2 Marines mastered sky, take to ground

By Lance Cpl. Cedric R. Haller II | July 01, 2014

Marines with Marine Air Support Squadron 2, Marine Air Control Group 18, refreshed basic rifleman proficiencies June 24 during Exercise Coral Thunder at Kadena Air Base.  “The goal of the training was to achieve the Marine Corps’ common skills standards, which cover all the skills that a Marine rifleman should maintain at all times,” said 1st Lt. MORE
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Sky-high security: JGSDF showcases latest air-defense systems with U.S. forces

Sky-high security: JGSDF showcases latest air-defense systems with U.S. forces

By Cpl. Natalie Rostran | April 22, 2014

Marines with Marine Air Control Group 18, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, hosted Japan Ground Self-Defense Force members with the 15th Anti-aircraft Artillery Regiment who showcased new air-defense equipment April 16 at Marine Corps Air Station Futenma.   The event afforded the Marines, alongside U.S. Army soldiers with 1st Air Defense Artillery Regiment MORE
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Passion for fire safety ignited by MCAS Futenma Marines

Passion for fire safety ignited by MCAS Futenma Marines

By Lance Cpl. David N. Hersey | April 09, 2014

A fire engine approached a burning metal hull, while a group of excited children watch in amazement from a safe distance. The water cannon fixed atop the truck unleashed a stream of water to extinguish the flames, and a cheer arose from the spectators.   Girl Scouts visited with Marines assigned to the aircraft rescue and firefighting unit for MORE
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Mission Statement  

  • To provide, maintain and operate all living working and recreational facilities and services for personnel living or working aboard MCAS Futenma.
  • To provide, maintain and operate all airfield facilities and services for the safe and efficient operational support of both 1st Marine Aircraft Wing and transient aircraft.
  • To fulfill WESTPAC Operational Support Airlift (OSA) requirements in support of III MEF/MCBJ.
  • To Function as a United Nations Command (Rear) Airfield.

Helpful Links
        


III MEF/MCIPAC Guidebook





Outlook Web Access


MCCS Okinawa Official Web site


Current Flag Conditions in Okinawa