Kaneohe Bay


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Ka·ne·o·he Bay

 (kä′nē-ō′ē, -nā-ō′hā)
An inlet of the Pacific Ocean on the eastern coast of Oahu, Hawaii.
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I was the tactical coordinator (TACCO) on a routine training mission out of Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii, Our crew just had completed the simulator portion of the advanced-readiness program, and we were on our third of six scheduled flights.
MALS 24, home-based at Marine Corps Air Station Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii.
Cutter of command of Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing 2 on 13 October at MCAS Kaneohe Bay.
--MCBH Kaneohe Bay, HI MAG-24 lindsey@mag24.1maw.usmc.mil DSN 315-457-5707/5708
Commanderin-Chief Special Operations Command, MacDill AFB, Fla.; Mobile Construction Battalion, Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii; Defense Construction Supply Center, Columbus, Ohio; Naval Supply Systems Command, Washington, D.C.; USS Luce (DDG 38); USS Talbot (FFG 4); Naval Air Station South Weymouth, Mass.; USS Frank Cable (AS 40); Navy Supply Center, Jacksonville, Fla.; and USS Dale (CG 19).
Mishap-Free Milestones VF-154 4 years (10,000 hours) VAW-121 36 years (69,948 hours) VAQ-134 23 years (46,800 hours) VMA-223 11 years (48,000 hours) VFA-97 8 years VAQ-136 15 years (24,600 hours) HMH-463 9 years (19,000 hours) VR-51 7 years (20,000 hours) HS-15 6 years (19,500 hours) VFA-192 19 years VP-9 24 years (145,000 hours) HS-15 6 years (20,000 hours) VAQ-129 10 years (73,642 hours) HSC-5 8 years (16,340 hours) ComPatReconForPac Kaneohe Bay HI Executive Transport Detachment 17 years (14,000 hours)
On 2 January the Navy announced it will locate five P-8A Poseidon squadrons and a fleet replacement squadron at NAS Jacksonville, Fla; four squadrons at NAS Whidbey Island, Wash; and three squadrons at MCB Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii.
LT Reynaldo Santos has served as Division Officer on board the USS Boxer (LHD 4), as the Squadron Support and Supply Management Officer, Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 24 (MALS-24), Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii, and as a Fuels/Operational Logistics Intern, Naval Operational Logistics Support Center Petroleum, Fort Belvoir, Va.
LT Reynaldo Santos, Supply Management Division OIC, Squadron Support Division OIC, Automated Information Systems Department Head, Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 24, Marine Corps Base Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii, September 2002 to January 2005.
Patrol Squadron (VP) 8, with assistance from VP-4 (based at MCAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii), repositioned nine P-3C Orion aircraft from air bases in Japan and Bahrain to Utapao, Thailand, and Diego Garcia, B.I.O.T.