Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, North Carolina
MC Air Station Cherry Point Military Lawyer | Court Martial Attorney
The Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point (ICAO: KNKT, FAA LID: NKT), also known as MCAS Cherry Point, is an airfield owned and used for the purposes of the United States Marine Corps. It can be found in the eastern part of North Carolina in a place called Havelock. As of this writing, one of its most prominent features is the 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing that it hosts along with its fields.
It was commissioned by the US Congress in 1941 as a training ground for Marine individuals and units that were to enter service to the Pacific theater. Later on, it served to aid the United States in the Korean War, the Vietnam War, Operation Desert Storm, and recently the war on Afghanistan by providing a steady stream of trained aviators, crewmen, as well as experienced maintenance and tech-support personnel.
With over decades of combined experience fighting court-martial cases, administrative proceedings, military separations, and non-judicial punishment for service members, Gonzalez & Waddington, LLC can help servicemen who formerly served at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point with any legal service needs.
Our team of military defense attorneys is qualified to aggressively defend and represent clients in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and the Coast Guard.
- Court martial cases
- Pre charging investigation and representation
- UCMJ Article 120 sexual assault
- Show cause boards
- Administrative separation boards
- Article 15s and non-judicial punishment (NJP)
- Article 32 investigations
- Discharge upgrades
- Correction of military records
- Administrative proceedings
- And letter of reprimand rebuttals
In addition to representing clients at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, our services are also available throughout the United States, Europe (Germany, Italy, England, Spain, Cypress, Belgium, Turkey), the Middle East (including Bahrain, Kuwait, Afghanistan, Qatar), and the Pacific Rim (Korea, Guam, Hawaii, Japan).