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Traffic Accidents Increasing May 11, 2000 — The number of traffic accidents on base since January involving military personnel from Camp Pendleton has increased 12 percent, according to numbers provided by the Provost Marshal?s Office.  Last fiscal year, which ended Sept. 30, there were roughly 480 accidents reported on base, an average of 40 per month.  As of the first week of May, 190 MORE
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Iron Mike iron-willed in dedication to Corps;Legendary figure exhorts 1st Marine Division SNCOs May 04, 2000 — At first glance, the man in camouflage utilities looks like any other grizzled sergeant major who has served in the Marine Corps for decades. The perfect figure of a Marine, he stands with his shoulders thrown back, ready to take on the world. Upon closer inspection, subtle discrepancies mar the assumption that SgtMaj. Mike D. Mervosh is still on MORE
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MCTSSA help desk: linchpint of battlefield information networking May 04, 2000 — A staff of 23 Marines and civil servants at Marine Corps Tactical System Support Activity finds solutions to technical problems Corps wide.The Marine Corps Systems Command help desk provides continual hardware and software expertise for all command, control, communications, computers and intelligence systems that provide commanders with battlefield MORE
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Day care providers needed in base housing May 04, 2000 — The Family Childcare Program needs 'a few good family members' to provide certified in-home day care in base housing.   Attending the program is mandatory to be certified by the FCC. Noncertified providers -- and the parents who hire them -- are violating Base Order P1710.29A. Both could lose their base housing privileges, said Janet Hooten, FCC MORE
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San Onofre children tap into beach, pool safety; May 04, 2000 — The American Red Cross and lifeguards from San Onofre Beach and Horno Training Tank taught students at San Onofre Elementary School about water safety recently.   "Water Habits Are Learned Early" is the program?s slogan. With summer fast approaching, children need to know about safe behavior in and around the water.   One way to reduce drowning of MORE
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Ex-refugees, veterans gather;at 'tent city'; May 04, 2000 — A quarter-century after the fall of Saigon, Vietnamese refugees and American veterans of the Vietnam War came together at the Hand of Hope Memorial Sunday at Camp San Mateo.  The ceremony served several purposes, said retired Maj. William Mimiaga, who oversaw Marines helping erect a massive 'tent city' that housed tens of thousands of refugees on MORE
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Vipers eat up flight milestone ; May 04, 2000 — At Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 169 headquarters, black saturates the walls and carpet, representing the night, the time "Vipers" strike their prey.   Like their slithery namesakes, squadron pilots also stalk prey -- gobbling up flight hours. They recently passed a coveted milestone -- 40,000 mishap-free flight hours, said 1stLt. David MORE
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Buzzing with creativity;Craft and Hobby Center an inexpensive hive of handiwork April 27, 2000 —                               Wood, clay and stones begin here as nothing, but are transformed by  artisans? hands into unique works of art.   The Craft and Hobby Center, tucked away in the 16 Area for nearly 30  years, offers civilians, military personnel and family members a chance to be  creative, said Felix Saguing, community recreation MORE
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SOI FLEXES MUSCLES FOR FOREIGN OFFICERS April 27, 2000 —                               Senior officers from 12 nations met at the School of Infantry April 11 to  view a static display of firepower the Marine Corps uses when storming the  beach.   The 18 officers were here as part of the 42nd annual International Senior  Officers Amphibious Planning course at Naval Air Station North Island.   The 11-week MORE
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Helo support Marine no longer 'lone Wolf' April 27, 2000 — Law enforcement, military service and the priesthood -- all share a foundation in community service.   That?s what attracted LCpl. Timothy Wolf.   Wolf, "Wolfy" or "Wolfman," as some people call him, considered all three professions and is testing the military side through the Marine Corps.   While pursuing community service, Wolf, a 20-year-old MORE
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