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Bicyclists compete in Tour de Camp Pendleton November 04, 2013 — Cyclists pedaled their way over hills and past various camps as they traveled from the northernmost point of base, to Stuart Mesa, and back again during the inaugural Tourjours Fidele-Tour de Camp Pendleton Nov. 2.  The participants were given the option of traveling 100, 75, 50 or 25-mile courses. A 5.5-mile Family Fun Ride was also available, MORE
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Bicyclists compete in the Tour de Camp Pendleton
Red Ribbon Week keeps Pendleton students drug free October 30, 2013 — Eagle Young Marines visited Mary Fay Pendleton Elementary school to speak about the importance of Red Ribbon Week Oct. 29. Red Ribbon Week is the oldest and largest drug prevention program in the nation and reaches out to millions of Americans every October. “We visited many of the schools on base over the last two weeks and talked to all grades MORE
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Red Ribbon Week keeps Pendleton students drug free
Participants compete in Glow Ball Golf Tournament October 26, 2013 — Participants battled cool temperatures and night skies for a chance to win the Glow Ball Golf Tournament held at the Marine Memorial Golf Course Oct. 25.  The event included an Oktoberfest meal, the tournament and concluded with awards.  The par three course was nine holes, dimly lit by neon lights at each hole and the lighted necklaces the MORE
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Participants compete in Glow Ball Golf Tournament
Marines attend seminar before marriage October 17, 2013 — The Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton hosted a premarital seminar, “P.S., before you say I do,” Oct. 16. The day-long class is designed to address some of the various issues that that often occur in military marriages.   Subject matter experts taught six different classes that covered a variety of strongly suggested topics that service members should MORE
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Premarital seminar held for engaged and newlywed service members
Electric vehicle charging stations on Pendleton October 11, 2013 — A base order has been published addressing users of all-electric and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles concerning electric charging on base, Oct. 3.  MCIWEST-MCB CAMPEN ORDER 11240.1 provides guidance on location, and details on the prohibition of the use of government charging stations.  According to the order, “recharging of electric [government MORE
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Electric vehicle charging stations on Pendleton
Pendleton fire may cause residents to file claims October 11, 2013 — A fire that covered nearly 2,500 acres of Camp Pendleton lead to the evacuation of more than 330 residents who may now have to file claims for per diem and smoke or fire damages to their homes or property. According to the Staff Judge Advocate claims website, service members trying to recover from property damage caused by activities of the federal MORE
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Pendleton fire may cause residets to file claims
Combined Federal Campaign simplifies giving October 01, 2013 — The Southern California Combined Federal Campaign kicked off at the military post office, building 16840, during a unit representative’s meeting Sept. 30.  The Combined Federal Campaign is an annual charity campaign, from Sept. 1 to Dec. 15, designed to assist federal employees that wish to donate to nonprofit organizations around the MORE
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Combined Federal Campaign simplifies giving
POW-MIA Remembrance Ceremony at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton October 01, 2013 — Nearly 200 staff and guests attended the Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton 23rd annual Prisoner of War/Missing in Action Remembrance Ceremony on the front lawn of the hospital Sept. 20.  This year’s guest speaker was retired Chief Warrant Officer Michael A. Clark, a 21-year Navy veteran and former curator and founder of the Prisoner of War/Missing in MORE
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POW-MIA Remembrance Ceremony at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton
Companies assist service members’ transition to civilian life September 23, 2013 — The Corps’ mission is to make Marines, win battles and develop quality citizens, but unfortunately many service members struggle when it is their time to return to the civilian world.  According to the Labor Department reports, 203,000 post 9/11 veterans were unemployed in February. Hiring our Heroes held a job fair at the Pacific Views Event MORE
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Companies assist service members’ transition to civilian life
Marine Corps Community Services host first Water Warrior Beach Festival September 16, 2013 — Marine Corps Community Services held its first Water Warrior Beach Festival as part of the Hard Corps Race Series at the Del Mar beach here Sept. 14. “We are trying to diversify the events and try something unique for the Hard Corps Race Series,” said Jill Prichard, supervisor for the series. “We have the best beach in Southern California, so why MORE
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Marine Corps Community Services host first Water Warrior Beach Festival

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