MCAS Yuma
Yuma, AZ 85365, USA

RELOCATION/WELCOME GUIDE

Digital Relocation/Welcome Guide

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Welcome Aboard

Welcome to Marine Corps Air Station Yuma. You will soon become an integral part of the Marine Corps’ premier aviation training base, serving with about 4,000 fellow active-duty Marines and sailors. With access to more than 1 million acres of bombing and aviation-training ranges and superb flying weather, MCAS Yuma

Services on Station

MEDICAL Building 1175, 928-269-2700 The Branch Health Clinic’s mission is to provide safe, effective and efficient outpatient care to active-duty service members, their family members and retirees. The clinic provides basic family practice medicine. It has a full ancillary department and a limited number of specialty services. The clinic

MCAS - Past and Present

It was 1928 when Col. Benjamin F. Fly fulfilled his namesake and persuaded the federal government to lease 640 acres of cactus, brush and desert wildlife from Yuma County. For the low price of $1 per year, the government leased Fly Field for 20 years with an option for a

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Marines conduct TALONEX

Story by PFC Ethan Pumphret on 10/02/2017 CHOCOLATE MOUNTAIN AERIAL GUNNERY RANGE, Calif. Marines from Echo Battery 2nd Battalion, 11th Marine Regiment conducted an artillery fire mission in support of TALONEX at Chocolate Mountain Aerial Gunnery Range on Sept. 26, 2017. TALONEX is pre-deployment training that coincides with Weapons and

MCAS Beaufort bids farewell to VMFA-122

Story by LCpl Benjamin McDonald on 09/29/2017 Marines solemnly form into platoons as guests take their seats. Over the low roar of jets, guests can hear the pre-parade serenade provided by the Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island Band. Once the seats are filled and the band clears the parade

F-35B hot loads with AIM-120's

Story by PFC Ethan Pumphret on 09/25/2017 MARINE CORPS AIR STATION YUMA, Ariz. Hot-loading is when an aircraft lands and has ordnance loaded while the engine is still running. Marines from Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 121 conducted a hot-load in F-35B Lightning II's at Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Az.
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