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Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow

 

Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow

Barstow, California
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Welder Eugene Dunford uses an arc welder to adhere a piece of metal to a Light Armored Vehicle at the Weld Shop located within Production Plant Barstow, Marine Depot Maintenance Command, on the Yermo Annex aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif., March 13. The Weld Shop crew works on hundreds of pieces of Marine Corps equipment every year, ensuring that war fighters in theater have sound and effective equipment out in the field.
Master Sergeant Tianna Tien, S6 communications chief, Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif., talks to a packed room about her experience fleeing communist Vietnam after the fall of Saigon in 1975. She was invited to be the keynote speaker at the International Women's Day event, March 8.
Following her recounting of how her family fled Vietnam at the end of the Vietnam War, Master Sgt. Tianna Tien shares a moment of levity with a Veterans Home of California- Barstow resident. Tien and her family had to flee her native Vietnam after the communist North Vietnamese seized power. The regime then began imprisoning and executing those who had opposed them during the war.
Ruth Clemans and Rose Schwartz high five each other as they finish their daily training aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, California, for upcoming marathons, March 7. Schwartz will be racing in the LA Marathon to be held in March and Clemans will be racing in the Duluth Marathon in June, where she plans to qualify for the Boston Marathon 2020.
The new ramp and track, made up of standard construction materials such as concrete, gravel, rail track, and spikes, is ready for use at Railway Operations on the Yermo Annex aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif., March 13.
New heavy equipment ramp and track are ready for use to load and unload heavy tracked equipment on and off of railcars, on the Yermo Annex aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif., March 13. The new tracks will help increase capacity for equipment transport to and from the base, saving the Department of Defense additional funds in transportation costs for all branches of service.
Colonel Craig Clemans, Base Commander, and Col. Larry O. France, Commander, Weed Army Medical Center, shake hands after signing a Memorandum of Agreement which states that the hospital agrees to provide medical services to the MCLB Marines The signing took place March 12 aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, California.
(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jack J. Adamyk)
(Left) Max Lujan, military recruiter for Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad and Jeremiah Thomas, general foreman for the Barstow locomotive shop,talk about conductor and engineer positions with Lance Cpl. Manuel Ruiz from Fleet Support Division aboard MCLB Barstow, Feb. 21. BNSF is one of the largest employers in the Barstow area with 20 percent of their workforce hired from the military.
Lieutenant Commander Jamie Rivas, Public Works Officer, speaks with Drake Stewart, regarding his project on best practices of oil absorption, during the STEAM Fair at Barstow High School, Barstow, Calif., Feb. 21.
(U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Jack J. Adamyk)
Lance Cpl. Jose Corpus, ammunition technician specialist, reviews the grading rubric while discussing a project with a student at the STEAM Fair aboard Barstow High School, Barstow, Calif., Feb. 21. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Jack J. Adamyk)
Colonel Craig C. Clemans, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, California, introduces Dawn Rowe, San Bernardino County Third District Supervisor, to his staff at the weekly Command Group Meeting, Feb. 19. Rowe was joined by her field representative Elaine Villareal, on her "getting to know you" visit to the base.
Col. Craig C. Clemans, base commander, introduces Dawn Rowe, newly appointed 3rd District Supervisor, San Bernardino County, to the command staff during her visit to MCLB Barstow Feb. 19. To Supervisor Rowe's left is Elaine ViIlarreal, field representative for the Barstow area, Karen Gray, base strategic planner, and 1stSgt Enrique DeAnda, Headquarters Company first sergeant.
Sergeant Emily Rowe, stableman, was awarded Noncommissioned Officer of the Year by Col. Craig Clemans, Base Commander, and Sgt. Maj. Sergio MartinezRuiz, Base Sergeant Major, during the quarterly awards breakfast aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif., Jan. 29.
(U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Jack J. Adamyk)
Michelle Lawing, Sexual Assault Prevention and Response coordinator for MCLB Barstow, deadlifts 330.7 pounds, breaking the world record at the International Powerlifting League World Championships held in Las Vegas, Nev., Nov. 9, 2018. This was one of several records she broke during the course of meets throughout 2018. Photo courtesy of Jim Seifert.
Brigadier General Jospeh Shrader, Commanding General, Marine Corps Logistics Command, is greeted by Colonel Craig Clemans, Commander, Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, prior to the general's scheduled Town Hall meeting with Production Plant Barstow personnel, Feb. 6.
Cpl. Brendan McDowell, with S-6 Communications Department, takes a moment to thank the City of Barstow, Barstow Chamber, and the command after being honored as MCLB Barstow's Marine of the Year, during the 38th Annual Barstow Community Recognition Awards program Jan.26.
Sgt. Emily Rowe gives her acceptance speech after being recognized as MCLB Barstow's Noncommissioned Officer of the Year during the 38th annual Bastow COmmunity Recognition Awards program Jan. 26. Sgt. Rowe is a stable hand assigned to the Marine Corps Mounted Color Guard and has ridden in more than 30 rodeo and parade events throughout 2018
Noncommissioned Officer of the Quarter Cpl. Justin J. Zavala unlocks the gate surrounding the armory aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif, Jan. 15. As armory chief, Zavala must ensure each weapon is in working order. His dedication to his job and the best practices he has instituted at the armory are part of the reason he was chosen as NCO of the Quarter.
Corporal Manuel Ruiz, Fleet Support Division mechanic, receives a toy donation, in support of Toys for Tots, from Harrison Rogers at the front gate aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, California, Dec. 4.
(U.S. Department of Defense Photo by Jack J. Adamyk)
(Right to left) Colonel Craig C. Clemans, Base Commander MCLBB, Chip Schwartz, Production Plant manager, Col. Eric Livingston, Marine Depot Maintenance Command Commander, Lt. Cmdr. Jamie Rivas, Public Works Officer, Stella Madero, Supervisory Contracting Officer, Victor Anaya, Engineering Project Lead and Alicia Florez, Engineering Branch Manager, shovel dirt during the P930 Groundbreaking Ceremony aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Yermo, Calif, Nov. 28.
(U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Jack J Adamyk)