Marine Corps 1st Lieutenant Yvonne Sanchez, Airfield Security Operations Officer in Charge from Marine Wing Support Squadron 274 at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, North Carolina. We were all impressed by her professionalism and ability to take control in obviously chaotic circumstances.
Captain Weyrauch is the Commanding Officer of Bravo Company, 1st Tanks, 1st Marine Division
Lieutenant Branch XO of Charlie Battery, 1st Bn, 1/11 planning first movements of the day on the hood of his Humvee — ITX 2018
Lance Corporal Clegg was the best cook in the field. Charlie Battery, 1st Bn, 1/11 -- ITX 2018
155mm shells for the M777 Howitzer being resupplied in the field to the 3 Gun, Charlie Battery, 1st Bn, 1/11 -- ITX 2018
Marine Corps 1st Lieutenant Yvonne Sanchez, Airfield Security Operations Officer in Charge
Staff Sergeant Jason Ross. Tried and True. A kind of strength and courage I have never before seen. With great humility I proudly shook his hand.
Staff Sergeant Naylonnavarette is part American Indian and was not only one of the friendliest people I've met but had just a striking face that I had to draw.
The first Commander's Planning brief I was invited to was directed by the Executive Officer of 4th Battalion, Lt. Colonel Thomas, a real gentleman.
Captain Blacker, Camp Commandant at Camp Wilson challenged the biggest and baddest Marine from a squad training in the Hand to Hand Pit. Fierce grappling, red faces and sweat for 20min in high heat.
Maintenance and preparation on a Light Armored Vehicle
Partial crew of a 120mm Howitzer . . . the Triple Seven
Lance Corporal Smith during a very brief moment of calm in a simulated air field emergency training session
Gunnery Sergeant Guerra Charlie Battery 1/11 outside Fire Direction Control Tent working out a plan on the hood of a Humvee
Private Zehring and Staff Sergeant Ryan in the Fire Control Center for C Battery 1/11
This gentleman received information from Fire Direction Control and relayed it to the crew who made aiming adjustments and fine tuning for a 120 mm Howitzer aiming 11 miles down range
A brief calm moment in the BDoc during a simulated emergency at the airfield. Helmets and flacks, because an attack on their position was announced.
Touch Football. A little recreation outside the Hooches after a long day in the field.
Lance Corporal Morales and Private Timmons listen to the story told by Lance Corporal Gichana during a break waiting for resupply at the Quackenbush Range.
Taking a break and curious about coming events in the training exercises.
Sergeant Rodgriguez was a "Coyote" or referee and advisor at the Air Wing Security and Communications Center; the only individual not moving during the chaos that ensued during a simulated emergency.
Sgt Bowen, LCpl Chandler, Cpl Pittones Jr., Cpl King from the central #3 Gun in Charlie Battery 1/11
Corporal Joshua Cardenas was our go-to guy for anything we three artists needed and he did a great job of it. We owe him a great deal of thanks for his efforts on our behalf.