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Preparing for Wildfires, Week One: Evacuation Plans and Emergency Preparedness Kits

By Cpl. Shaltiel Dominguez | March 27, 2015

Fire season is fast approaching and while training areas are at the highest risk for fires, areas of MORE
Volunteers, Marines clean up Camp Pendleton beach

By Lance Cpl. Asia J. Sorenson | March 19, 2015

California Pizza Kitchen sent more than 700 Volunteers to assist School of Infantry – West Marines MORE
City by the Bay hosts Pendleton’s Single Marine Program

By Lance Cpl. Asia J. Sorenson | March 18, 2015

I felt ready to go, I just didn’t know what to expect.I’d paid my $80 to the Single Marine Program, MORE
Camp Pendleton community comes together to care for pets

By Cpl. Shaltiel Dominguez | March 17, 2015

Each day is a new day for the dogs and cats at the Camp Pendleton Animal Shelter, and with it comes MORE

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Marines train to combat CBRN hazards

By Cpl. Luis Ramirez | MARINE CORPS AIR STATION IWAKUNI, Japan | March 30, 2015

Chemical,biological, radiological and nuclear defense specialists aboard Marine CorpsAir Station MORE
MCCS host fishing tournament

By Lance Cpl. Carlos Cruz Jr. | MARINE CORPS AIR STATION IWAKUNI, Japan | March 28, 2015

Marine Corps Community Services aboard Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, hosted it’s second MORE
Slings no more: MCB Hawaii to replace obsolete web slings

By Lance Cpl. Adam O. Korolev | PUULOA RANGE TRAINING FACILITY, Hawaii | March 27, 2015

Since first qualifying with their rifles at boot camp and constantly marching around the parade deck, Marines become familiar with the web sling, or parade sling. Even in the fleet, some units only have the web sling available for annual rifle training; however, the web sling’s days are numbered. By July 1, all Marine Corps Base Hawaii subordinate and tenant commands will be required to possess either the three-point sling or the vigorous combat application sling, otherwise known as the VCAS, or “Vickers” sling. MORE
Hawaii Job Corps pushes students toward summit

By Lance Cpl. Harley Thomas | WAIMANALO, Hawaii | March 27, 2015

Members of the Hawaii Job Corps staff met with Col. Eric W. Schaefer, the commanding officer for Marine Corps Base Hawaii, and other base representatives to discuss the Job Corps and it’s effects on the local population and community March 24, 2015 at the Job Corps Center in Waimanalo. MORE
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