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Black History Month Ceremony honors an era of change February 27, 2015 — The National Naval Officers Association and the Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton held a Black History Month Ceremony at the Pacific Views Event Center, Feb. 25.The event was held to honor the heritage of African American service members in the Navy and Marine Corps.“I have had the honor of meeting several prominent African American figures in my life MORE
Bettering Our Community February 27, 2015 — Service members aboard Camp Pendleton can better themselvesand their community through volunteer work.The Single Marine Program and Volunteer and SkillsDevelopment Program provide local volunteer opportunities.The Single Marine Program offers opportunities every monthfor single Marines and Sailors to volunteer. The most recent of these includeda MORE
Lifestyle, Insights, Networking, Knowledge & Skills course aids military families February 27, 2015 — The Lifestyle, Insights, Networking, Knowledge & Skills course for Service members and their Spouses graduated from a two day class at Camp Pendleton on Feb. 26. L.I.N.K.S. is a Marine Corps Community Services program designed to enhance the readiness of Marine Corps families by providing resources that can help enhance their education and personal MORE
Pendleton Mess Hall competes for best in Marine Corps February 24, 2015 — The 22 Area Mess Hall competed for the title for best Marine Corps mess hall during an evaluation, Feb. 24.Lt. Col. Richard Kohler, director of food services for the Marine Corps, and Master Gunnery Sgt. Bryan Velloza, senior enlisted advisor for food services for the Marine Corps, were accompanied by Jack Kleckner, a representative of the National MORE
School of Infantry West honors Vietnam Veterans during ceremony February 19, 2015 — The School of Infantry West honored Vietnam Veterans during a dedication ceremony and graduation for the Advanced Infantry Training Battalion, Feb. 18.The battalion’s theatre, which is used for ceremonies and graduations, now hosts a room dedicated to Vietnam Veterans. The Vietnam Room of Remembrance was formerly the theater’s control room, but now MORE
Carter Takes Office Today as 25th Defense Secretary February 17, 2015 — Ash Carter becomes the 25th secretary of defense today after having served previously as deputy defense secretary, defense acquisition chief and assistant secretary for global strategic affairs.When President Barack Obama nominated Carter for the position -- calling Carter an innovator and a reformer who knows the Defense Department inside and out MORE
Evolution of shotguns in the Marine Corps February 13, 2015 — The Marine Corps has employed and retired various shotgun weapons to continually enhance its war-fighting capabilities to sustain the mantle of America’s premier expeditionary force in readiness.  According to the National Museum of the Marine Corps, the shotgun has been in use as early as WWI for various purposes, like breaching, riot control and MORE
Keep a current driver's license February 10, 2015 — There are ways the California Department of Motor Vehicles can help service members to renew their licenses if it expires while they are not in the country.If a service member is unable to renew their license due to a deployment and is a California resident with a license that expired during that time, there are waivers available.“If a service MORE
E-Prescribing is now at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton February 6, 2015 — Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton’s pharmacy implemented electronic prescribing at the first of the year.  This new capability allows civilian providers to send prescriptions electronically to the main pharmacy and its branch clinics, including Naval Branch Health Clinic Yuma, NBHC Port Hueneme, 13 Area, 52 Area, and Family Medicine Oceanside MORE
Find a Pet at the Camp Pendleton Animal Shelter February 3, 2015 — A variety of dogs, big and small, and cats are available for fostering and adoption at the Camp Pendleton Animal Shelter.The shelter offers dogs for a one-time fee of $110 and cats for $85. The fee goes toward getting the animal spayed or neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and flea control. People with children are encouraged to bring the whole MORE

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