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The real cost of DUI September 08, 2014 — Monday morning.  Marines stand in formation and collectively sigh as they hear about one of their own who did not heed the warnings. Who failed to properly plan. Who took an unnecessary risk and drove while under the influence.  That Marine made a decision that changed the way he or she is viewed by his or her peers, leadership, family and MORE
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The real cost of a DUI
Educational opportunities available on Camp Pendleton September 08, 2014 — The crowd erupted in loud applause as Gunnery Sgt. Gina Pompeyo walked down the stage with a diploma in hand and a smile on her face. One of her twin daughters took pictures using her smart phone while the other jumped up and down joyfully.   Education was a major reason she enlisted, said Pompeyo, an honor graduate of Camp Pendleton’s Combined MORE
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Educational opportunities available on Camp Pendleton
Children compete at MCCS fishing derby September 06, 2014 — Approximately 280 families participated in Semper Fit’s 9th annual Lake O’Neill Kids Fishing Derby, here, Sept. 6. The fishing derby is a competition where children attempt to catch the largest fish they can while competing in three to five, six to 10 and 11 to 15 age categories. “This event is designed to get kids out of the house where they can MORE
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Children compete at MCCS fishing derby
Firefighting Marines hone skills to prevent flash fires September 06, 2014 — A canister bursts into flame as a thick cloud of brown smoke quickly fills the room. Students sit on the ground and watch with anxiety as the fire spreads, devouring the oxygen in what has now become an oven. The flames skim up the walls of the room and roll across the ceiling like waves of liquid fire. Firefighters sit, prepared to combat the MORE
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Firefighting Marines hone skills to prevent flash fires
All Navy, Marine Corps rugby team prepares to compete in Common Wealth Navies Cup September 01, 2014 —  The All Navy and Marine Corps Rugby Team claimed a 21-7 victory over the Oceanside Chiefs as part of a try-out camp at Paige Field House here, Aug. 30.  Thirty-five Marines and sailors are competing to fill 28 open slots on the team to represent our country at the Common Wealth Navies Rugby Cup in the motherland of the sport, New Zealand.  The MORE
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All Navy and Marine Corps rugby team prepares to compete in Common Wealth Navies Cup
New mess hall competes for William P.T. Hill Trophy August 29, 2014 — Throughout history, successful men have detailed ‘the grind,’ or the price of success, whether it be starting a successful business or winning the Super Bowl.  Get up. Get dressed. Another early morning in the Marine Corps is kicked off with the usual run or trip to the gym, leading into a day filled with plenty of work to be done. Like any other MORE
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22-area mess hall competes for best garrison mess hall in the Marine Corps
Recreational Shooting tournament for the CG's Cup August 27, 2014 — Marines participated in a recreational shooting tournament during the 2014 USAA Commanding General’s Cup at the Base Skeet and Trap Range, here, Aug 20-22.  More than 30 three to four man teams competed in trap shooting, where clay targets, commonly known as pigeons, are hurled from a launcher and in skeet shooting, where two targets are pitched in MORE
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Recreational Shooting tournament for the CG's Cup
Honoring the Fallen August 27, 2014 — The engine of a hearse hums. The door creaks as it opens. White-gloved hands grip the casket, covered by the American flag, on either side. The casket is slowly marched to its final resting place. As the rifle volley sends a ringing boom echoing throughout the cemetery, a solemn silence sets in. This signals the bugle call known all too well by MORE
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Honoring the Fallen
Commanding General's Cup, Falcons vs Standard Bearers August 27, 2014 — The Marine Corps Air Station Miramar Falcons won their opening game with a 19-8 victory over the 1st Marine Division, Headquarters Battalion Standard Bearers at the Paige Fieldhouse football field, here, Aug 26.  The first quarter began with a chest bumping game for field positioning. The Falcons started with a solid passing game. Falcons MORE
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Commanding General's Cup, Falcons vs Standard Bearers
Commanding General's Cup football league (Highlanders vs Beasts) August 20, 2014 — The 1st Light Armor Reconnaissance Highlanders won their opening game with a 28-8 victory over the 1st Marine Logistics Group Beasts at the Paige Field House here, Aug. 19.  The defense of the Highlanders was rock solid throughout the game, forcing three fumbles and an interception.  The Highlanders returned the opening kickoff to their own 25 yard MORE
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Commanding General's Cup football league (Highlanders vs Beasts)

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