Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 24
MALS-24 Unit Logo
1st Marine Aircraft Wing
Marine Corps Base Hawaii

Who we are

The mission of MALS-24 is to provide Aviation Logistics support, guidance, planning, and direction to the Marine Aircraft Group (MAG) Squadrons on behalf of the MAG Commanding Officer, as well as logistics support for collocated U.S. Navy Squadrons, and Aeronautical Support Equipment.

 

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MALS-24 Leaders

Commanding Officer
Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 24

Lieutenant Colonel Scott A. Martin grew up in Marshalltown, Iowa and was commissioned as a Second

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Executive Officer
Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 24

Major Matthew T. Miller was born on 16 February 1987 in Douglasville, Georgia. After graduating from The Georgia Institute of Technology with a Bachelor’s of Science in International Affairs in May 2009, he received his commission as a Second Lieutenant and reported to The Basic School (TBS) in October.

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Senior Enlisted Advisor
Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 24

Sergeant Major Pacheco enlisted in the Marine Corps May of 2003. She attended recruit training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, South Carolina and graduated September 2003.

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Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 24
Marine Aircraft Group 24
Box 63048
MCBH KANEOHE BAY HI 96863-3048

The mission of MALS-24 is to provide Aviation Logistics support, guidance, planning, and direction to the Marine Aircraft Group (MAG) Squadrons on behalf of the MAG Commanding Officer, as well as logistics support for collocated U.S. Navy Squadrons, and Aeronautical Support Equipment.

1942

• Activated 1 March 1942 at Ewa, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, as Headquarters and Service Squadron 24 and assigned to Marine Aircraft Group 24, 2D Marine Aircraft Wing, Fleet Marine Force.

• Deployed during March 1942 to Efate, New Herbides

• Relocated During June 1942 to Santa Barbara, California

• Redesignated 1 July 1942 as Headquarters Squadron 24

1943-1948

• Deployed during February 1943 to Ewa, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, and reassigned to the 4th Marine Base Defense Aircraft Wing

• Redeployed during September 1943 to Efate, New Hebrides, and reassigned to the 1st Marine Aircraft Wing

• Participated in the following World War II Campaigns: Bougainville, Philippines

• Redeployed during September-October 1945 to Peiping, China

• Participated in the occupation of North China, October 1946 - April 1947

• Redeployed during April 1947 to Guam

• Detached during October 1947 from the 1st Marine Aircraft Wing

1949-1967

• Relocated during May-July 1949 to Cherry Point, North Carolina, and assigned to the 2d Marine Aircraft Wing

• Redesignated 15 February 1954 as Headquarters and Maintenance Squadron 24

• Participated in the Cuban Missile Crisis, November 1962

1968-2009

• Relocated During April 1968 to Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii, and reassigned to the 1st Marine Brigade

• 1st Marine Brigade Redesignated 30 August 1985 as the 1st Marine Amphibious Brigade

• 1st Marine Amphibious Brigade Redesignated 5 February 1988 as the 1st Marine Expeditionary Brigade

• Participated in training exercises during 1970s and 1980s

• Redesignated 5 October 1988 as Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 24

• Redesignated 1 October 1994 as Marine Aviation Logistics Support Element, Kaneohe , the squadron was assigned to Aviation Support Element, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, III Marine Expeditionary Force, Marine Forces Pacific, United States Marine Corps.

• In October 1998, Marine Aviation Logistics Support Element Kaneohe, assumed Administrative Control for Mobile Maintenance Facility Charlie, from Misawa, Japan, to augment the Intermediate Maintenance Activity support of Commander Patrol and Reconnaissance Force Pacific Squadrons relocating to MCBH Kaneohe due to Base Realignment and Closure initiative of 1994.

• In June 1999, Marine Aviation Logistics Support Element Kaneohe, assumed all Intermediate Maintenance Activity support for Commander Naval Air Forces Pacific assigned aircraft relocating to MCBH Kaneohe Bay, from Naval Air Station, Barbers Point and support for Pacific Missile Range Facility Kauai, due to Base Realignment and Closure initiative of 1994.

• In February 2002, redesignated as Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 24.

Duty
Commercial: 808-257-1989/1900
DSN: COM: 808-457-1989/1900
Mobile: 808-630-8262

Commanding Officer      
COM: 808-457-2867      

Executive Officer      
COM: 808-457-1903
 
Sergeant Major     

COM: 808-457-1248
     
Command Master Chief    
COM: 808-457-1393

Squadron SNCO     
COM: 808-457-9420 
     
S-1      
COM: 808-457-1900 
 
S-2      
COM: 808-457-9120    

S-3      
COM: 808-457-8786/1363

988 - Veterans/Military Crisis Line

Phone:  988 then press 1 or text 838255

Website:  https://www.veteranscrisisline.net/

 

Military OneSource

Phone:  (800) 342-9647

Website:  https://www.militaryonesource.mil/

 

Marine Corps Base Hawaii- Community Counseling Program

Phone:  (808) 257-7780/8803

Website:  https://hawaii.usmc-mccs.org/marine-family-support/prevention-and-counseling/community-counseling

 

Tripler Army Medical Center - Emergency Room

Phone:  (808) 433-3707/3706

Website:  https://tripler.tricare.mil/Health-Services/Urgent-Emergency-Care/Emergency-Department

 

MAG-24 Chaplains

Phone:  (808) 375-3330

 

MAG-24 Military & Family Life Counselors

Phone:  (808) 437-1552/688-7221

Deployment Readiness Coordinator
Commercial: 808-257-3273

Marine Corps Family Team Building Hawaii