The 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing Band\'s mission is to support the 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing by providing a professional product at military ceremonies and civilian events, and providing security for the Tactical Air Command Center.
The Marines for the Mounted Color Guard are selected for the billet of stablemen due to exuberating the Corps values and ability to present the national ensign in an appropriate manner. Marines come to the stables with little to no experience with ranch operations or horsemanship. However, after many hours working with the civilian horse trainer they develop the ability to ride and maintain a horse as well as operate a ranch effectively.
AfterShock Jet Truck is one of the worlds World's Fastest Jet Powered Trucks achieving a record 375 miles per hour. They bring excitement to airshows around the country.
The Military Freefall School, part of the U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School, is a joint forces training school covering all aspects of military freefall parachuting in three courses -- basic, jumpmaster and advanced military freefall.
The F-35A Lightning II is the U.S. Air Force’s newest fifth-generation fighter. The Lightning II is a stealthy, multirole, all-weather air-to-air and surface attack fighter. It is designed to enable direct attack against the most heavily defended ground targets.
The F-35B Lightning II is the Marine Corps variant of the Joint Strike Fighter and features a vertical lift fan and pivoting engine nozzle to deliver vertical landing and short takeoff capability to expeditionary airfields.
The F-5N Tiger II is a single seat, twin-engine, tactical fighter and attack aircraft that provides simulated air-to-air combat training. The F-5F is a dual-seat version, twin-engine tactical fighter commonly used for training and adversary combat tactics. The F-5 aircraft serve in an aggressor-training role with simulation capabilities of current threat aircraft in fighter-combat mode.
The MV-22 Osprey’s mission for the U.S. Marine Corps is the transportation of troops, equipment, and supplies from ships and land bases for combat assault and assault support.
F/A-18E/F Super Hornet entered fleet service in 1999, as the replacement for the F-14 Tomcat. The Super Hornet is the second major model upgrade since the inception of the F/A-18 aircraft program highly capable across the full mission spectrum: air superiority, fighter escort, reconnaissance, aerial refueling, close air support, air defense suppression and day/night precision strike.