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Col. Jeff Vandaveer, commanding officer of Marine Air Control Group (MACG) 38, salutes the American flag during a battle colors rededication ceremony at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., Sept. 1. During the ceremony, Vandaveer recognized the group’s 50th anniversary and rededicated its battle colors, commending past achievements and looking forward to future accomplishments. “While the rededication of the unit’s battle streamers centers on 38’s past achievements, this ceremony is all about the Marines – all of the Marines that were a part, that are a part and will be a part of this control group,” said Vandaveer. “I’m humbled by the opportunity to participate in this ceremony … I’m extremely excited about the Marines I serve along with today and even look forward to seeing what we, Marines of control group 38, do in the future.” (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Lillian Stephens/Released)
170915-M-LK234-007.JPG Photo By: Sgt. Lillian Stephens

Sep 15, 2017
MARINE CORPS AIR STATION MIRAMAR, Calif. - Col. Jeff Vandaveer, commanding officer of Marine Air Control Group (MACG) 38, salutes the American flag during a battle colors rededication ceremony at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., Sept. 1. During the ceremony, Vandaveer recognized the group’s 50th anniversary and rededicated its battle colors, commending past achievements and looking forward to future accomplishments. “While the rededication of the unit’s battle streamers centers on 38’s past achievements, this ceremony is all about the Marines – all of the Marines that were a part, that are a part and will be a part of this control group,” said Vandaveer. “I’m humbled by the opportunity to participate in this ceremony … I’m extremely excited about the Marines I serve along with today and even look forward to seeing what we, Marines of control group 38, do in the future.” (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Lillian Stephens/Released)


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