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Marine Corps Reinforces Political Campaign Guidelines December 3, 2015 — CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. – A message released by Headquarters Marine Corps reinforces policies involving Marines and Sailors participation in partisan political activities. According to Marine Corps Administrative Message 603/15, active duty Marines and Sailors are allowed to register, vote and they are also allowed to express a personal opinion on political candidates, but may not do so as representatives of the Armed Forces MORE
Special Reaction Team hones room clearing skills November 19, 2015 — CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. – The Camp Pendleton Special Reaction Team conducted training in an abandoned armory to hone their room-clearing tactics on Nov. 19, 2015. The Special Reaction Team is a team of highly skilled military policemen and essentially they handle all the high-risk situations that can arise aboard an installation. MORE
Camp Pendleton school holds ribbon cutting ceremony for new track September 3, 2015 — Camp Pendleton’s North Terrace Elementary School held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the completion of the school’s new track, Sept. 2.Glen Bullock, a former Marine and owner of a local construction company, volunteered time, materials and equipment for the project.“It feels great to be able to help out like this,” said Bullock. “I did 10 years in MORE
MCI Distance Learning Courses Move to MarineNet September 1, 2015 — Marine Corps Institute Distance Education Program courses will now be exclusively on MarineNet. “One of the important things MarineNet allows us to do, aside from being easier to update the courses, is that it allows access for everybody to take the course wherever they are,” said Jeffrey R. Willis, director, Camp Pendleton Region, Training and MORE
Marine Corps grants additional maternity leave September 1, 2015 — A new order was released that grants a total of 126 days of convalescent leave to new mothers in the Marine Corps is now in effect.Marine Corps Administrative Message 421/15, which went into effect on August 26, states that all Marines who have had a child since January 1, 2015 and all future mothers within the Marine Corps are entitled to 84 days MORE
Camp Pendleton personnel train in Lean Six Sigma August 31, 2015 — Camp Pendleton is offering monthly and quarterly Lean Six Sigma courses for civilian Marines and service members providing them with organizational framework, project methodology and performance improvement tools to help units meet goals.Lean Six Sigma concepts are part of continuous process improvement methods introduced by the Marine Corps in MORE
Wounded Warriors Find Healing in Hobbies August 25, 2015 — Staff Sergeant Matthew L. Slade is not a professional photographer. If he wanted to take a photo two months ago, he’d have used his cell phone. Despite no prior formal photography training, Slade now looks every bit the professional as he walks up and down San Onofre Beach with a tripod and camera in hand, crouching in the sand and on the rocks MORE
State Educators Discuss Military Children August 24, 2015 — Marine Corps Installations West representatives recently met with state and federal legislative representatives to discuss policy affecting military school-aged children.The Marine Corps Installations West K-12 State Educators’ Reception is a biannual state-level event including district and county superintendents, state and federal legislative MORE
Secretary of the Navy awards contract to provide MCI-West bases with solar energy August 21, 2015 — The Secretary of the Navy signed a renewable energy contract contributing to Marine Corps Installations – West’s efforts to increase energy security and efficiency on base, Aug 20. The new contract complemented MCI-West’s drive to provide renewable energy sources, such as the Marine Corps Air Station Miramar Landfill Gas Plant, Marine Corps MORE
Driven to succeed: Staff sergeant explains college-to-commissioning program August 10, 2015 — Staff Sgt. Jessica Lynn Bailey’s command presence is noticeable. The former drill instructor’s uniform is crisp and sharp. Her voice is sympathetic but firm. Her movements are focused, calm and composed. Her path to success has led her to becoming a leader in the Marine Corps, a drill instructor leading hundreds of recruits and now the opportunity MORE

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