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National Highway Traffic Safety Administration raises awareness of vehicle accidents August 28, 2013 — The four most common causes of fatal accidents are driving without a seat belt, falling asleep at the wheel, driving too fast for conditions, and drinking and driving.Every year Marines, sailors, family members and friends are killed or injured because they did not wear their seat belt. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates MORE
Department of Defense to hold video competition August 28, 2013 — The Department of Defense is asking service members to participate in a video competition to fight against tobacco use and change the social norms.The competition, Fight the Enemy, is sponsored by the assistant secretary of defense for Health Affairs, and declares tobacco use as an enemy that degrades health, fitness, mission readiness and work MORE
Marine Corps Community Services to provide 'free out' seminar to commissioned officers August 27, 2013 — Commissioned officers looking to separate with less than 20 years of active service are invited to attend a free out seminar Sept. 20 in the Marine and Family Programs Headquarters here, building 13150, classroom two.The seminar, provided by Marine Corps Community Services, Marine and Family Programs Division, is scheduled to be held from 7 a.m. to MORE
Barrier maintenance to be conducted on all gates August 27, 2013 — The Provost Marshal’s Office, in conjunction with the Facilities Maintenance Department, is scheduled to conduct active vehicle barrier maintenance at all six Entry Control Facilities.Maintenance should not interfere with rush hour or lunch.The times and dates for the maintenance is listed below:Aug. 27: Christianitos Gate and Basilone Gate between MORE
TAPS provides volunteer opportunity August 26, 2013 — The Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors needs service men and women to volunteer as a big brother or sister at their Good Grief Camp here.TAPS, a non-profit organization that began in 1994, provides immediate and long-term support and care families of the Nation's Fallen Heroes.Volunteers with help in the children’s group and possibly be MORE
Metrolink to offer train service to Dodger games August 22, 2013 — Metrolink is offering a special Orange County Line train service to L.A. Union Station and back on August 30 and 31 for the Dodger games against the Padres. Passengers can purchase a special round trip ticket for $7 from any Orange County Line station ticket machine on the day of the game. After arriving at L.A. Union Station, there is a free MORE
Road closure for Stuart Mesa Road August 19, 2013 — Portions of Stuart Mesa Road will be closed for traffic accident investigation Tuesday.Camp Pendleton Police and The Naval Criminal Investigative Service will close a portion of Stuart Mesa Road between Cook Rd. (31 Area) and Las Floras Fire Station 10 (41 Area) from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Tuesday to conduct a traffic accident investigation.All MORE
College of Distance Education and Training accepting enrollments August 16, 2013 — The College of Distance Education and Training is accepting enrollments through Sept. 1 for the Expeditionary Warfare School Distance Education Program and the Command and Staff College Distance Education Program for the upcoming academic year. Any officers interested in the CSCDEP should enroll now by logging onto their Marine Net account and MORE
11th Marine Regiment conducts live-fire training August 16, 2013 — The 11th Marine Regiment is scheduled to conduct a live-fire training exercise here, Aug. 19 through 28. The regiment is an artillery unit comprised of four battalions.Camp Pendleton and neighboring cities can expect to hear an increase of noise levels caused by howitzer fire, rocket fire, and mortars impacting the training area during the 10 MORE
Pendleton encourages safe driving August 12, 2013 — According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, Speeding is a deliberate and calculated behavior where the driver knows the risk but ignores the danger.Many people agree that driving 100 mph is dangerous, but exceeding the speed limit by just five mph in the wrong place can be just as fatal.Research by the Insurance Institute for Highway MORE

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