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Society of American Military Engineers annual Camp Pendleton Day event

By Lance Cpl. Orrin Farmer | Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton | July 18, 2013

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Navy Lt. Mike Duffy speaks with U.S. MILCOM Inc. during one of the networking sessions at the “Camp Pendleton Day” event held by the Society of American Military Engineers at the Pacific Views event center here July 18. Duffy is the Construction Manager for the Civil Engineer Corps at Camp Pendleton. The Society of American Military Engineers holds the annual “Camp Pendleton Day” event every year in support of the war fighter, specifically the engineering industry.

Navy Lt. Mike Duffy speaks with U.S. MILCOM Inc. during one of the networking sessions at the “Camp Pendleton Day” event held by the Society of American Military Engineers at the Pacific Views event center here July 18. Duffy is the Construction Manager for the Civil Engineer Corps at Camp Pendleton. The Society of American Military Engineers holds the annual “Camp Pendleton Day” event every year in support of the war fighter, specifically the engineering industry. (Photo by Lance Cpl. Orrin G. Farmer)


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David McIntyre and Sandra Pentney speak with sponsors at their exhibit during the “Camp Pendleton Day” event held at the Pacific Views event center here July 18.  Both McIntyre and Pentney are global environmental specialists for Ecology and Environment Incorporated. The Society of American Military Engineers holds the annual “Camp Pendleton Day” event every year in support of the war fighter, specifically the engineering industry.

David McIntyre and Sandra Pentney speak with sponsors at their exhibit during the “Camp Pendleton Day” event held at the Pacific Views event center here July 18. Both McIntyre and Pentney are global environmental specialists for Ecology and Environment Incorporated. The Society of American Military Engineers holds the annual “Camp Pendleton Day” event every year in support of the war fighter, specifically the engineering industry. (Photo by Lance Cpl. Orrin G. Farmer)


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Sponsors, exhibitors and consultants fill the Del Mar room at the Pacific Views event center to view different booths and businesses during the “Camp Pendleton Day” event here July 18. The Society of American Military Engineers holds the annual “Camp Pendleton Day” event every year in support of the war fighter, specifically the engineering industry.

Sponsors, exhibitors and consultants fill the Del Mar room at the Pacific Views event center to view different booths and businesses during the “Camp Pendleton Day” event here July 18. The Society of American Military Engineers holds the annual “Camp Pendleton Day” event every year in support of the war fighter, specifically the engineering industry. (Photo by Lance Cpl. Orrin G. Farmer)


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Sponsors, exhibitors and consultants listen to a panel speak about energy and sustainability during the “Camp Pendleton Day” event held at the Pacific Views event center here July 18. The Society of American Military Engineers holds the annual “Camp Pendleton Day” event every year in support of the war fighter, specifically the engineering industry.

Sponsors, exhibitors and consultants listen to a panel speak about energy and sustainability during the “Camp Pendleton Day” event held at the Pacific Views event center here July 18. The Society of American Military Engineers holds the annual “Camp Pendleton Day” event every year in support of the war fighter, specifically the engineering industry. (Photo by Lance Cpl. Orrin G. Farmer)


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Robert J. Gilleskie speaks about microgrids and their importance during the first session of the panel discussion at the “Camp Pendleton Day” event held at the Pacific Views event center here July 18. Gilleskie is the regional energy manager for Marine Corps Installations-West. The Society of American Military Engineers holds the annual “Camp Pendleton Day” event every year in support of the war fighter, specifically the engineering industry.

Robert J. Gilleskie speaks about microgrids and their importance during the first session of the panel discussion at the “Camp Pendleton Day” event held at the Pacific Views event center here July 18. Gilleskie is the regional energy manager for Marine Corps Installations-West. The Society of American Military Engineers holds the annual “Camp Pendleton Day” event every year in support of the war fighter, specifically the engineering industry. (Photo by Lance Cpl. Orrin G. Farmer)


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CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. --

The Society of American Military Engineers held the eighth annual Camp Pendleton Day event at the Pacific Views Event Center here July 18.

The event helped raise money for the Camp Pendleton Armed Services YMCA and the Challenged Athletes Foundation, while providing current information and business opportunities for local architects, engineers and contractors.

“We are very proud of the fact that we are able to take the majority of the proceeds of the event and actually present donations to a couple of charities that are related to the warfighter and their families,” said Jeff Davis, the Society of American Military Engineers Camp Pendleton organizing chairman.

Along with the donations, the event provides public and private contractors with new information and business opportunities through the military.

The event had panels that discussed or addressed two key topics: energy and sustainability, and emergency preparedness and infrastructure.

“Many of the sponsors and exhibitors are consultants and their goal is to network with other consultants to gain knowledge of what is going on in the industry,” said Sue Pender, the Communications chair for the Society of American Military Engineers.

The three goals of the Camp Pendleton Day event falls in line with the Society of American Military Engineers mission statement.

“The mission is to promote and facilitate engineering support for national security by developing and enhancing relationships and competencies among uniformed services, public- and private-sector engineers and related professionals,” said Pender. “Also, by developing future engineers by outreach and mentoring.”

 

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