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Marine Corps Communication-Electronics School

 

Marine Corps Communication-Electronics School

Training Command

Twentynine Palms, California
The Electronics Fundamental Training Section Officer-in-Charge, Captain Kyle Shoemaker, and the Alpha Company First Sergeant, Robert Ashby, retire Basic Electronics Course instructor Gunnery Sergeant Diego Olivarez during a ceremony on 10 June, 2016 at Heritage Park.  Gunnery Sergeant Olivarez faithfully served the Marine Corps for 20 years.
GySgt Olivarez retires after 20 years of service
The Electronics Fundamental Training Section Officer-in-Charge, Captain Kyle Shoemaker, and the Alpha Company First Sergeant, Robert Ashby, retire Basic Electronics Course instructor Gunnery Sergeant Diego Olivarez during a ceremony on 10 June, 2016 at Heritage Park. Gunnery Sergeant Olivarez faithfully served the Marine Corps for 20 years.
Marine of the Explosive Ordnance Disposal Advanced Training Center (EODATC), recently qualified as a Marine Corps Communication Electronics School Senior Instructor.  The Marine received certificates from the EODATC Director in recognition of accomplishments.
SIC Ceremony
Marine of the Explosive Ordnance Disposal Advanced Training Center (EODATC), recently qualified as a Marine Corps Communication Electronics School Senior Instructor. The Marine received certificates from the EODATC Director in recognition of accomplishments.
SSgt Beaton, a Marine of the Explosive Ordnance Disposal Advanced Training Center (EODATC), recently qualified as a Marine Corps Communication Electronics School Basic Instructor.  The Marine received certificates from the EODATC Director in recognition of his accomplishment.
BIC Ceremony
SSgt Beaton, a Marine of the Explosive Ordnance Disposal Advanced Training Center (EODATC), recently qualified as a Marine Corps Communication Electronics School Basic Instructor. The Marine received certificates from the EODATC Director in recognition of his accomplishment.
Both Col Eggers and LtCol Logan look over the plaque that LtCol Logan was presented at his retirement ceremony in honor of 24 years of faithful service
Farewell after 24 faithful years of service
Both Col Eggers and LtCol Logan look over the plaque that LtCol Logan was presented at his retirement ceremony in honor of 24 years of faithful service
LCpl Sanders is studying schematics to understand the theory of operation of the AN/TRC-170. Students in the Digital Wideband Repair Course study this radio system down to the component level in order to more effectively troubleshoot similar complex systems in the Fleet Marine Forces. LCpl Sanders holds the billet of class NCO and has a GPA of 83.61.
LCpl Sanders studying Radio Schematics
LCpl Sanders is studying schematics to understand the theory of operation of the AN/TRC-170. Students in the Digital Wideband Repair Course study this radio system down to the component level in order to more effectively troubleshoot similar complex systems in the Fleet Marine Forces. LCpl Sanders holds the billet of class NCO and has a GPA of 83.61.
Lance Corporal George E. Watford Jr.is testing an RT-1694 Harris radio with one of the Marine Corps newest pieces of test equipment.  This prepares Ground Radio Repair Marines to employ and troubleshoot ground radio communication equipment for the Operational Marine Forces.  Lance Corporal Watford is currently a student in the Ground Radio Repair Course and has maintained a 93% grade point average.
Radio Testing
Lance Corporal George E. Watford Jr.is testing an RT-1694 Harris radio with one of the Marine Corps newest pieces of test equipment. This prepares Ground Radio Repair Marines to employ and troubleshoot ground radio communication equipment for the Operational Marine Forces. Lance Corporal Watford is currently a student in the Ground Radio Repair Course and has maintained a 93% grade point average.
PFC Hoeflicker, Trenton R. TSPCRC class 2016060 is meritoriously promoted to LCpl. PFC Hoeflicker was number one over all out of a class of 10 students.
Meritorious Promotion
PFC Hoeflicker, Trenton R. TSPCRC class 2016060 is meritoriously promoted to LCpl. PFC Hoeflicker was number one over all out of a class of 10 students.
To train Marines in ground electronics maintenance, tactical communications, and air control/anti-air warfare operations and maintenance in order to ensure that Marine commanders at all levels have the ability to exercise command and control across the full range of military operations.

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MARINE CORPS COMMUNICATION ELECTRONICS SCHOOL
TRAINING COMMAND
P.O. BOX 788251
TWENTYNINE PALMS, CALIFORNIA 92278-8251

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