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New SNCO Academy breaks ground October 19, 2000 — Major General Edward Hanlon Jr, commanding general, Marine Corps Base, broke ground on a new Staff Non-Commissioned Officer Academy Monday at the 52 area here.   The need for a new SNCO academy culminated as a result of the Base Realignment and Closure of Marine Corps Air Station, El Toro, leaving the old academy with no place to call home.  In the MORE
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High-tech CEOs get hands-on training October 19, 2000 — The armed services took a step to advance computer technology in the military by inviting chief executives from high-tech businesses to a ?hands on? demonstration of technology used by the military at the Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support Activity, Oct. 14.   Camp Pendleton was one of five stops to different military bases made to help business MORE
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Online awards to expedite processing October 19, 2000 — The Marine Corps took another step into cyber space with an on-line awards processing system that became effective Oct. 1.   The Corps-wide awards system was designed to decrease processing time up and down the chain of command.   With the previous method, once the awarding unit signed an award, a paper copy would be sent to Headquarters Marine MORE
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Captain 'Americano' featured as role model October 12, 2000 — A Camp Pendleton Marine, along with Gloria Estefan, Carlos Santana, congressmen and astronauts, are featured in a project displaying American Latino role models in the United States.   Captain Humberto C. Rodriguez, UH-1N Huey pilot, with Marine Aircraft Group 46, Detachment A, 4th Marine Aircraft Wing, is the only Marine highlighted in MORE
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Marines vote for new utilities October 12, 2000 — Elastic boot-bands, foam knee inserts, detachable sleeves and sewn rank insignias are just a few of the changes being considered by the Marine Corps Uniform Board.  The MCUB is looking at options to improve the utility uniform.   "Our mission is to increase durability, improve combat utility and make the uniform Marine Corps-unique," said Major MORE
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Corporal's electric performance earns respect at MALS-39 October 12, 2000 — When it comes to keeping electrical equipment working in support aircraft, Cpl. Richard J. Williams has the job wired.   But proficiency in his military occupational speciality isn't the only reason Williams, 30, is earning rave reviews.  This 6-foot, 178-pound Camp Pendleton Marine leads by example as a hard worker with a good attitude, cohorts MORE
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Pendleton brig first to net certification October 05, 2000 — The Camp Pendleton brig became the first Marine Corps correctional institution to receive an accreditation from a civilian organization Sept. 27.   A three-member inspection team from the American Correctional Association, armed with a list of 484 measurable standards and extensive inspections, determined the base brig met the same standards MORE
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FSSG rolls up sleeves for mercy mission October 05, 2000 — Once again, Marines and sailors from 1st Force Service Support Group answered the call on a mission of mercy treating children with deformities in San Diego, Sept. 21-26.   Their outreach of primarily postoperative care came at the 14th annual Mercy Outreach Project, which provides corrective surgery to children from Central and South America. MORE
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Marine chapel 'born again' September 28, 2000 — Marine chapel 'born-again'   Cpl. David Christian  1st Force Service Support Group   Approximately 100 service members and civilians celebrated the rebirth of a chapel and the end of a 10-month, $1.2-million reconstruction project here.   The Marine Memorial Chapel rededication ceremony was held Sept. 22 for the 57-year-old building.   To add to MORE
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Marine lives with tragedy of drunken driving September 21, 2000 — It was the day after Christmas; Friday to be exact. Even though it was 2 p.m., the frost on the ground was still present from the drop in temperature the night before.  It was odd to see little ice crystals on asphalt tainted with thick red syrup from the bodies of his friends who were dying.      The dark skies overshadowed the scene of the MORE
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