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Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow

 

Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow

Barstow, California
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Military spouses gathered for food and friendship at the Military Spouse's Ball Gown Giveaway event held at the Desert View Housing Community Center aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif., Oct. 12. Ruth Clemans, and Alma MartinezRuiz worked with the Navy Marine Corps Relief Society to gather dozens of new and gently used formal gowns, fancy shoes and even jewelry for military spouses to choose from in preparation for the upcoming Marine Corps Ball.
Tori Zavala, a military spouse, enjoys browsing through ball gowns during the Military Spouse's Ball Gown Giveaway held at the Desert View Housing Community Center aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif., Oct. 12. The gowns were donated along with shoes and jewelry, by the Navy Marine Corps Relief Society, in order to help military spouses prepare for the upcoming Marine Corps Ball.
Liliana Hainer, wife of Gunnery Sgt. James Hainer, tries on and presents a formal gown during the Military Spouse's Ball Gown Giveaway hosted by Ruth Clemans and Alma MartinezRuiz at the Desert View Housing Community Center aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif., Oct. 12. The event was sponsored by the Navy Marine Corps Relief Society.
Michael Hass, access control officer, Security Department, prepares to issue an access card as remote cameras scan the grounds and interior at Production Plant Barstow, Oct. 3. The Marine Depot Maintenance Command Facility aboard the Yermo Annex of Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif., has a full-time security staff keeping an eye on the property and people working at the Plant.
Left) James Merriken, security officer, Production Plant Barstow, signs in a visitor to the Marine Depot Maintenance Command facility, Oct. 3. The personnel from the Security Section are responsible for keeping the employees and property safe aboard the facility located on the Yermo Annex of Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif.
Victor Rivers, advocate against domestic violence, interacts with Marines and civilian employees of Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, after his presentation of "A Private Family Matter" aboard MCLB Barstow, Calif., Oct. 4.
(U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Jack J. Adamyk)
(Front row left) Bo Gonzalez, risk management division director, Production Plant Barstow; Michael Fernandez, Environmental Protection Specialist, base Air Program manager; Sgt. Maj. Sergio MartinezRuiz, base sergeant major; Brad Poiriez, executive director, MDAQMD; May Mamari, Air Quaility Specialist, MDAQMD; and Cody Leslie, base Natural Resources manager, stand with members of the Mojave Desert Air Quality Management District in accepting the Exemplar Award from the district board at their reqular board meeting Sept. 24.
Cpl. Tilford Black, Organization Automotive Mechanic, is at the low-ready awaiting the command to engage his target during weapons qualification aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, California, Sept. 13. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jack J. Adamyk)
Sgt. Michael Sanchez, Field Radio Operator, transitions from the standing position to the kneeling, where he takes a controlled pair shot at his target during weapons qualification aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, California, Sept. 13. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jack J. Adamyk)
Gunnery Sgt. Nicholas Beberniss, Headquaters Company Gunnery Sgt., instructs Marines in the pits to raise targets during weapons qualification aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, California, Sept. 13. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jack J. Adamyk)
Jacob Lucero(second for left) and Nadeem Seirafi ((second from right) hold the leashes of Colli and Ricsi during the two Military Workings Dogs' retirement ceremony at the K-9 Training Field adjacent to the Adam Leigh Cann Canine Facility aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif., Sept. 12. The two handlers partnered with their K-9 companions on the beat and are now adopting the two dogs as they retire from active duty. Lieutenant Steven Goss, (far right) kennel master, Marine Corps Police Department, presented the two dogs with retirement certificates. The other officers in the photo also partnered with Colli and Ricsi at different times in their careers.
Ian Bassett, heavy mobile equipment mechanic, inspects the engine of a M88A2 Recovery Vehicle at the production plant aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif. Bassett began working in the transmission component shop, before proving himself working on the Alison transmissions and now works tirelessly on the M88A2 engines.
Jose Rivera, heavy mobile equipment mechanic, checks the pressure on a fire bottle cylinder at the production plant aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif. Rivera mentioned that although the bottles come in decayed and sometimes damaged, it's his job to ensure a quality product goes back out.
Cory Moya, heavy mobile equipment mechanic, uses a sledge hammer to dislodge a seized hydraulic cylinder at the production plant aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif. Moya explains that the reservoir had a leak and may need to be repaired for quality control purposes.
The "Peggy Sue" gate is once again the main entrance for the Yermo Annex of Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif., as of Sept. 10. An increase in manpower is allowing the Marine Corps Police Department to provide full staffing for the gate. The gate by the Lt. Col. Robert A. Lindsley, USMC Ret., Base Stables is now the Commercial Vehicle Inspection gate and will only be open from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The laser engraving head moves at a speed almost too fast to follow as it engraves a piece of anodized aluminum at the Graphics Shop at Production Plant Barstow, Marine Depot Maintenance Command, aboard the Yermo Annex of Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif., Sept. 4. The laser engraver is used to make plates that are attached to the vehicles worked on at the plant containing important maintenance and identification information.
Schyler Yacono, supervisor, TMDE Department, points out the laser engraved information plate created by his artisans in the Graphics Shop aboard PPB, MDMC, Sept. 4. This particular plate is attached to a M777 Howitzer that was refurbished at the plant and details exactly how to attached lines to the huge barrel to transport it by ground or air.
Schyler Yacono, supervisor, Test, Measurement, and Diagnostic Equipment Department, displays a sheet of decals printed and cut on a thermal vinyl printing machine. The sheet, or kit, of decals is used on one vehicle being refurbished at Production Plant Barstow, Marine Depot Maintenance Command, Sept. 4.
The Power Phone book is a lifesaving tool used by emergency dispatch operators at the Consolidated Emergency Communications Center aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow. One of the situations listed in the book that was used by dispatcher Kelley Arps to instruct the mother of a 3-week-old baby that had stopped breathing how to perform Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation on the infant.
Lieutenant Colonel Tarrell Giersch talks with Samantha Atkinson, management analyst, at Fleet Support Division offices aboard the Yermo Annex of Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif, Aug. 17. Giersch is a mustang, or an enlisted Marine who was chosen to attend Officer Candidate School. Giersch is the new director of FSD, taking over the slot Aug. 1