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YUMA PROVING GROUND U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Dillion Puegot fires at targets during a long-range raid exercise as part of Exercise Steel Knight at


An M777 155 mm howitzer fires at Yuma Proving Ground’s Kofa Firing Range, America’s longest instrumented overland artillery range. (Photo by Chuck Wullenjohn) The presence


CHECKING IN U.S. Marines with Kilo Company, 3rd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment, board a MV-22 Osprey during a long-range raid exercise as part of Exercise

Life on Post

HOUSING Lance Cpl. Nick Lemon and his K-9 partner Benny share a bonding moment to get worked up for night operations training during the Interservice

Exploring the Local Area

YUMA, ARIZONA U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Jeffrey S. Caraway hikes up a sand dune at the Imperial Dunes in Yuma. (Photo by Cpl. Jamean Berry)


Filching apples; water skiing on canals; avoiding mandatory meetings: Soldier recalls Yuma Test Station of 1955

Story by Chuck Wullenjohn on 09/25/2017 It took five decades, but Ronald E. Bell, a private in the Yuma Test Station Finance Office of 1955,

New commander to lead YPG into future

Story by Riley Williams on 09/25/2017 Stories about Yuma Proving Ground's Test and Evaluation mission as well on post activities.

Crane Army leads the way in Industrial Hygiene standards for workers' health

Story by Hayley Smith on 08/03/2017 The Industrial Hygiene Program Office at Crane Army Ammunition Activity received recognition for achievements in safeguarding workers' health i

REF conducts Desert Burnoff' EW assessment

Story by Dustin Gabus on 07/25/2017 YUMA PROVING GROUND, Ariz.Against the stillness and quiet of the desolate Yuma desert, an invisible battle raged in the

MTACS-38 deploys a light-weight, amphibious aviation command post during exercise HYDRA 1-17

Story by Cpl Harley Robinson on 07/17/2017 Marine Tactical Air Command Squadron (MTACS) 38 conducted exercise HYDRA 1-17 to simulate ship-to-shore employment of a Tactical

What I've Learned: Julian Guerrero

Story by Sgt Connor Hancock on 04/12/2017 What I've Learned: Julian Guerrero Corporal, personnel administrator, Headquarters Battalion Hometown: Edcouch, Texas Interviewed and photographed by Sgt.
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