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1/5 grunts spill out of helicopters toward MEU deployment November 16, 2000 — Sweat-streaked faces showed determination as Marines charged up a steep hill during a training assault on an enemy camp Oct. 24.The helicopter assault was one of several exercises 1st Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division conducted recently in preparation for their deployment to the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit early next year.After MORE
Birthday Marines, Corps share spotlight November 09, 2000 — Moist chocolate cake with thick creamy icing, a multitude of candles slowly dripping wax down their stems to the pillow of fluff that is holding them in place, is a memory many share when thinking of their birthday. As we age, more and more candles are added to the cake. A select few share Nov. 10, not only as the time set for the founding of the MORE
Docs MAP out combat medical aid November 09, 2000 — A long line of field ambulances, with their distinguishable white boxes and red crosses plastered all over, roll in as morning breaks.  The enemy attacked at dawn, and the Marines have suffered heavy casualties.  The lives of this fresh batch rest solely in the hands of medical personnel at an echelon two facility, the second line of care, whose MORE
Young Fox follows in pack leader's footsteps November 09, 2000 — He gazed at the monitor intently as if expecting a different turn out or as if he had missed something the first time around.  The video always begins with the title ?Unknown Russian Soldier? on a black background, but somehow it always seems like anyone?s story.  The boot of a Chechen rebel is planted flat on the side of the Russian soldier?s MORE
CFC benefits Marine family November 09, 2000 — The Combined Federal Campaign is making a difference close to home. The CFC is helping a Marine family at Camp Pendleton overcome struggles with their child?s disability. Madeline E. Waldow, daughter of Sgt. Glen A. Waldow, criminal investigator, Security Battalion, was first diagnosed with autism in February 1998, at age 2. Waldow and his wife, MORE
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 Corps.  MORE
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
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
Coyotes keep watch, prey on unsafe tactics October 19, 2000 — TWENTY-NINE PALMS, Calif. - Behind every successful Combined Arms Exercise here, there is a band of  "coyotes" ensuring safety on the ranges and at times offering tactics to participating units. These "coyotes" are not small wolf-like dogs roaming the desert, but a group of 35 Marines, including reserve augments, with different occupational MORE
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 say. MORE

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