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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 "Americanos: MORE
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 MORE
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 placed MORE
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 the beauty MORE
Local woman charged with making meth September 21, 2000 — One of several ongoing criminal investigations here involving the street drug methamphetamine, produced a federal grand jury indictment, Sept. 6, against the wife of a Camp Pendleton Marine for manufacturing the drug in base housing. If convicted, Denise Neff, who was arrested Aug. 24,  faces five to 40 years in prison and a $2 million fine for MORE
Services fuse to build seaport September 21, 2000 — Amid sweltering temperatures and swelling surf, more than 1,000 service members from all branches of the military, including Marines from Camp Pendleton, and the U.S. Maritime Administration, recently participated in Exercise Joint-Logistics-Over-The-Shore 2000 along a 7.5-mile portion of beach near Las Pulgas. The U.S. Transportation MORE
I MACE hones battle skills during UFL 2000 September 21, 2000 — The I Marine Expeditionary Force is a force in readiness. It constantly prepares for possible contingencies across  the globe through seamless integration with its subordinate commands. The I MEF Augmentation Command Element, commanded by BrigGen. Thomas J. Nicholoson, is focused on the area behind the front lines, where the battles are diverse and MORE
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 tragedy MORE
Continental hand walker inspires Marines September 08, 2000 — A man who walked from San Diego to Washington, D.C. on his hands came to Camp Pendleton to encourage and inspire Marines and sailors of 3rd Assault Amphibian Battalion, 1st Marine Division, during a prayer breakfast at the Del Mar mess hall, Sept. 8. When Bob Wieland began telling the story of how he lost his legs in Vietnam, even people who were MORE
New unit to provide 'alternative' to brig September 07, 2000 — Combating minor infractions, rather than destroying a young Marine's career, is the focus of the Correctional Custody Unit that will be implemented here next month. The CCU provides commanding officers with the means to discipline first term Marines, lance corporal and below, without resorting to a court-martial conviction. If the command feels MORE

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