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Fireworks Safety on Pendleton June 19, 2014 — Fireworks are often used to mark special events and holidays. However, they are not safe in the hands of some consumers. Fireworks cause thousands of burns and eye injuries each year. In 2011, almost 18,000 fires were caused by fireworks nationwide.  Sparklers caused 16% of fireworks injuries.  Camp Pendleton Base order 11320.13 prohibits the sale, MORE
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Firework Safety on base
Violence in workplace survey June 17, 2014 — The voluntary survey on perceived barriers to insider threat reporting found at GO.UNL.EDU/N6AA is scheduled to end June 28.  The survey is intended to assist efforts in ending workplace violence and increase safety for Marines, families and employees on base according to Marine Administrative message 272/14.  The survey is open to all personnel MORE
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2014 Third Quarter Culinary Team of the Quarter competition on Pendleton June 11, 2014 — Three teams of two competed for the title of Culinary Team of the Quarter at the 31 Area Mess Hall on Edson Range here June 11. The winners for this quarter were Team 1, Dustin Delmar and Anthony Stewart.  The competition is a two-day event.  On the first day, 12 teams competed in a book test and a Jeopardy-style quiz. Four teams qualified to move MORE
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2014 Third Quarter culinary team of the quarter competition
Georges St-Pierre visits Camp Pendleton June 11, 2014 — Georges St-Pierre, mixed martial artist and UFC world champion, meets Marine volunteers and runners at the 22nd World Famous Mud Run on Camp Pendleton June 8. St-Pierre took photos and signed autographs for Mud Run racers and service members during the visit. MORE
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Georges St-Pierre visits Camp Pendleton
Marines and sailors run the World Famous Mud Run June 11, 2014 — Marines and sailors competed in the Commanding General's Cup Mud Run at Lake O'Neill June 6. The run is a 10K with militaristic obstacles including a rope net, wall climb and low crawling through a mud pit.  The Commanding General's Cup is a series of athletic events for units on base to compete in. 1st Combat Engineer Battalion were the winners of MORE
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Marines and sailors run the World Famous Mud Run
Navy Surgeon General visits Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton June 09, 2014 — U.S. Navy Surgeon General and Chief, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Vice Admiral Matthew Nathan visited Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton June 5 as part of a West Coast area trip to see Navy Medicine personnel and facilities. This was Nathan’s first visit to Camp Pendleton’s new 500,000 square foot, four-story hospital since it opened in Dec. 2013.  MORE
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Navy Surgeon General Visits Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton
Commanding General shows appreciation for firefighting operations May 20, 2014 — More than 1,000 firefighters from local, state and federal agencies, along with military and civilian aircraft, worked around the clock to extinguish fires that burned 21,900 acres of the base and lead to the evacuation of several thousand base personnel and residents from several areas here since May 14.  The San Mateo, Las Pulgas and the Naval MORE
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Las Pulgas fire
Camp Pendleton boosts motorcycle safety awareness May 08, 2014 — Marines and sailors attended a motorcycle safety seminar held at the base theatre May 8.  May is motorcycle safety awareness month, and the seminar was held to kick off this year’s motorcycle safety campaign and to ensure the Marines and sailors on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton understand the dangers of riding motorcycles.  “The focus of this MORE
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Camp Pendleton boosts motorcycle safety awareness
Pendleton snipers take first place in national competition May 01, 2014 — West Coast Marines earned first place overall during the 43rd Winston P. Wilson Sniper Championship hosted by the National Guard Marksmanship Training Center held at Fort Chaffee, Ark., April 19-26.  Sgt. Daniel Ramos and Sgt. Shaun Garvey, instructors with the Sniper Basic Course, Advanced Infantry Battalion, School of Infantry West, bested all MORE
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Marines take top honors at sniper championship
Firefighters help Pendleton remember 9/11 April 26, 2014 — The fire engine Rescue 5 was brought to the main side parking lot here on April 25 by the Remembrance Rescue Project volunteers to raise awareness and encourage discussion about the events of 9/11.  Rescue 5 responded to the calls for help at the North Tower of the World Trade Center after the airplanes flew into the towers on 9/11.  The engine, MORE
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9/11 memorial project brings historic rescue engines to Pendleton

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