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Commanding Officer, Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 112 Lieutenant Colonel Clint J. Weber
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Clint Weber attended Texas A&M University from 1994-1998, earning a B.A. in U.S. History.

In August of 1998 Clint was commissioned a 2ndLt in the U.S. Marine Corps, and moved to Quantico, Virginia for training at the Basic Officer’s (BOC) Course from October 1998 to April of 1999.

Upon completion of BOC, 2ndLt Weber was transferred to NAS Pensacola, FL.  From the fall of 1999 until the summer of 2001, 1stLt Weber was assigned as a Student Naval Aviator in multiple locations, eventually earning his Wings as a tactical Marine Aviator at NAS Kingsville, TX, with a follow on assignment to VFA-106 at NAS, Oceana, VA to fly the F/A-18 Hornet.

From 2002 until 2006 Capt Weber completed two deployments ISO OIF and WESTPAC while serving as Power Line Officer, Aviation Safety Officer, Air Combat Tactics Instructor (ACTI), and Forward Air Controller Airborne FAC(A) with VMFA(AW)-332 in Beaufort, S.C.

After his first tour with the Moonlighters, Capt Weber attended TACP School at EWTGPAC, aboard Naval Amphibious Base Coronado, and was assigned as a Forward Air Controller (FAC), with 1st Bn, 6th Marines, in Camp Lejeune, NC.  While at 1/6, Capt Weber attended the MAWTS-1 Air Officer’s Course (AOC),  Enhanced Mojave Viper, and deployed from August, 2006 to March 2007 to Ar Ramadi, Iraq ISO OIF.

Returning to CONUS, Capt Weber moved back to MCAS, Beaufort, S.C. to join VMFA-115.  While at VMFA-115 Capt Weber served as the Aviation Safety Officer, and the Assistant Operations Officer.  After completing WTI 2-08, Capt Weber then served as the squadron Pilot Training Officer during a deployment ISO OIF.  Promoted to Major in January of 2008, Maj Weber completed his 3 year tour with the Silver Eagles in various Department Head roles.

In the summer of 2010 Maj Weber was transferred to MCAS Yuma, AZ for duty at  Marine Aviation Weapons and Tactics Squadron One (MAWTS-1) where he served in the F/A-18 Division as the subject matter expert for GPS Systems (MAGR / EGI), GPS weapons (JDAM, LJDAM, JSOW, SLAM-ER, DMLGB), and the Joint Mission Planning System (JMPS).  Following his time in “the pit” Maj Weber served MAWTS-1 as the AOPSO, and as the TACAIR Department Head.

In Jun of 2013 Maj Weber moved to JRB NAS Fort Worth, TX for duty as the Operations Officer, MAG-41. In September of 2014 Maj Weber transitioned from Active Duty to the Selected Marine Corps Reserves.  He was promoted to LtCol in the fall of 2014 and assumed command of VMFA-112 in May of 2016.

LtCol Weber’s personal decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal, the Air Medal “numeral 6 for strike awards”, the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation with Combat “V”, the Combat Action Ribbon, and the Sea Service Deployment Ribbon (5th award).

 

 

 

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