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Kevin Hawley____________________________


Boot camp:  O.C.S.- Quantico                         


Dates of Service:  21 May 1988 - 1 Nov. 2012


M.O.S. :  0505- MAGTF Planner, 0802- Field Artillery Officer


Duty Stations:  Quantico Va., Camp Lejeune N.C., Okinawa, Fort Sill Ok.,

                           HQMC-Washington D.C. 


Memorable events: 1988-1989: Student; The Basic School (TBS) and Student; Field Artillery Officer’s Basic Course

1989-1992:  Forward Observer, Fire Direction Officer, Platoon Commander, and Liaison Officer; I Battery 3d Bn 10th Mar (2 Landing Force 6th Fleet deployments, OPERATION SHARP EDGE AND OPERATION DESERT STORM)

1992-1995:  Instructor, Staff Platoon Commander, and Company Executive Officer; TBS

1995-1996:  Student, Field Artillery Officers Advanced Course, Ft Sill

1996-1999:  Assistant Ops Officer, 10th Marines; Commander, Battery E and Battalion Liaison Officer, 2d Bn, 10th Mar (Landing Force 6th Fleet deployment, Combined Arms Exercise- 29 Palms, CA)

1999-2002:  HQMC as the Artillery Occupational Field Sponsor and Aide to Deputy Commandant, Plans Policies, and Operations.

2002-2004:  Student, USMC Command & Staff College and School of Advanced Warfighting; Master of Military Studies, Master of Operational Studies

2004-2007:  G-5 Regional Planner, III MEF (OPERATION UNIFIED ASSISTANCE)

2007-2008:  Commander, Support Company, MARSOC

2008-2009:  J-5, Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force-Afghanistan (OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM)

2009-2010:  Commanding Officer and Executive Officer, Marine Special Operations Support Group, MARSOC

2010-2011:  G-3 (Future Operations) Regional Planner and Force Management Officer, II MEF

2011-2012: Deputy Operations Officer, MARCENT Forward, Bahrain  



Kevin Hawley-cropped.jpgMARINE CORPS BASE CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. – Col. Mark T. Aycock (Right) passes the colors of Marine Special Operations Support Group, U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Special Operations Command over to Lt. Col. Kevin A. Hawley (Left) while Master Gunnery Sgt. Luis H. Hernandez renders a salute. Aycock was the commanding officer of MSOSG from July 2007 to May 2009