- Amphibious Squadron Six and 22 MEU Bring the Fight to ISIL
Amphibious Squadron (CPR) Six and the 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) supported one month of precision air strikes against ISIL targets in Sirte, Libya, as of Aug. 31.
- Commander, Task Force 67, Changes Command
Capt. William R. Ellis relieved Capt. Bryan W. Durkee as Commodore of Task Force 67 (CTF 67), during a change of command ceremony at Naval Air Station Sigonella, Aug. 2, 2016.
- 22nd MEU Conducts Flight Ops from USS Wasp
While in Toulon, Ross conducted the 2016 chief’s pinning ceremony, held the cycle 232 E-4 advancement...
NMCB 11 Seabees deployed to Cameroon from Gulfport, Mississippi, at the beginning of August 2016. For...
These strikes have targeted key ISIL military infrastructure in Sirte and have helped the Libyan...
The department is responsible for providing spiritual care and religious services to Sailors and Marines throughout the Wasp Amphibious Ready Group (ARG).
While in Toulon, Ross conducted the 2016 chief’s pinning ceremony, held the cycle 232 E-4 advancement exam, conducted a community relations project with a local church.
NMCB 11 Seabees deployed to Cameroon from Gulfport, Mississippi, at the beginning of August 2016. For the next seven months they will construct two multipurpose buildings. By turning over finished, high quality buildings and working hand-in-hand with local military units, they will ensure...
The purpose of the exercise is to ensure the staff is ready to respond to real-world events, even when experiencing degraded communications capabilities, or from alternate locations.
Exercise Northern Coasts is a German Navy-hosted multi-national exercise involving advanced in-port and at-sea training including mine warfare, anti-submarine warfare, and surface warfare in the littoral.
The exercise aims to improve coordination and interoperability with NATO allies and partners in explosive ordnance disposal operations.