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Government vehicle operators assume responsibility for tolls July 22, 2014 — Government vehicles are authorized to travel on toll roads, however, the operator will be responsible for any tolls or fines associated with traveling on those roads. Service members and government employees must pay the toll charge at the time of use and file a travel claim for reimbursement.Southern California toll road fees may range from $3 to MORE
2014 Beach Bash on Pendleton July 08, 2014 — Marine Corps Community Services hosted the 30th annual Beach Bash on Del Mar Beach here July 4.This year approximately 45,000 patrons were in attendance throughout the day.The beach bash offered entertainment for children like five bounce houses, an inflatable super slide and carnival games as well as entertainment for adults like live music, MORE
Education, career fair at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton July 01, 2014 — The second annual Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton Education And Career Fair will be July 9 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for all military members, federal employees and their families.  Over 60 colleges are scheduled to attend the event which will be held in the Medal of Honor Mall between the hospital and the parking garage.  For questions, please contact MORE
Phones now working at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton July 01, 2014 — The base wide phone service outage has been resolved and all phones at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton are working as of 11 a.m.  To make or cancel an appointment, order a refill prescription or to talk to a nurse about a medical concern, please call the hospital’s main line at (760) 725- HELP (4357) and select the appropriate option. MORE
Telephone outage at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton June 27, 2014 — Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton has intermittent phone service for both their land lines and cell phones.  This is part of a base wide phone issue that will be resolved as soon as possible.   Anyone not able to reach the hospital may contact their doctor via RelayHealth or if you require medical care, please come in person to your Medical Homeport MORE
NHCP maintains joint commission accreditation June 27, 2014 — Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton and its outlying medical clinics were awarded the Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval June 17, 2014.The seal signifies that NHCP has met the requirements to receive full accreditation for another three years.  To receive this acknowledgement, the hospital underwent an unannounced, five-day survey process in March MORE
Armed Forces Voters Week and Overseas Citizens Voters Week 30 June to 7 July 2014 June 25, 2014 — The votes were cast and counted.  The results would define the face of the nation.  With a count of 69 electoral votes, George Washington was unanimously elected as the 1st President of the United States.  This nation’s first presidential election was conducted from December 15, 1788 to January 10, 1789.  The United States consisted of 13 MORE
Chapel rededicated to Marine who took enemy fire for Navy chaplain June 23, 2014 — The Caruso Chapel was rededicated to Sgt. Matthew Caruso, at the School of Infantry-West, here, June 23.The chapel was initially dedicated to Caruso in 1953 and he was awarded the Silver Star Medal in 1950 for shielding Connie Griffin, a chaplain then assigned to the 7th Marine Regiment (reinforced), from enemy fire with his body during an ambush MORE
Cpl. Kyle Carpenter visits Camp Pendleton June 23, 2014 — Medal of Honor recipient Cpl. William “Kyle” Carpenter visited Marines on Camp Pendleton, June 23. Carpenter met and talked with Marines at the base theater, answering their questions and sharing his personal experience. Carpenter then met and took photos with units from across Camp Pendleton. Carpenter received the Medal of Honor during a ceremony MORE
Ascent; call to arms pt.1 June 23, 2014 — Editor's Note: This is part one of a two part story titled "Where No Ramos Has Gone Before"One of Daniel Ramos’ favorite television shows growing up was “Star Trek”. The characters on the show appealed to Ramos’ sense of duty. He could not help but notice how sharp the characters looked in their uniforms. Ramos, now a retired master sergeant, felt MORE

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