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Important Information about your Drinking Water December 19, 2014 — The Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton South Water System received slightly higher than normal positive tests for coliform bacteria which requires public notification. That notification, which can be accessed through the link provided below, highlights that follow-on, confirmation testing has been conducted; that those tests were within permitted MORE
Holiday Season Suicide Prevention ‘Call to Action’ December 19, 2014 — Despite the relaxed atmosphere and yuletide cheer associated with the holidays, no service member is immune to stress from relationships, traumatic events, financial issues or other factors.Headquarters Marine Corps has published a new order urging Marines and Sailors to remain vigilant towards the threat of suicide, which can happen to any service MORE
Military and civilian policemen awarded for heroic deed December 18, 2014 — Two Marines with the Military Police Department were each presented with a Navy and Marine Corps Commendation for Meritorious Service during a ceremony at the Military Police Department headquarters building here, Dec. 17.Lt. Col. Kevin Prindiville presented Sgt. Daniel E. Norris and Cpl. Lance F. Bryant, both military police patrolmen with the MORE
Safeguard against identity theft: Protect your Personally Identifiable Information December 16, 2014 — Safeguarding Personally Identifiable Information properly is critical to reducing the possibility of the loss or compromise of sensitive information that can adversely impact the integrity of the Marine Corps and its personnel, according to Commanding General’s Policy Letter 7-13. When PII is compromised, it can cause undue emotional and financial MORE
Family Readiness Resource Fair December 11, 2014 — The Marine Corps Community Services’ Marine Corps Family Team Building group hosted a Family Readiness Resource Fair at the Stuart Mesa Housing area for local service members and their families, Dec. 10.Visitors to the fair were provided information on a variety of the MCCS family-friendly services available to them on base. The information MORE
Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton leaders work to minimize impact of MCCS budget cuts December 11, 2014 — Fiscal Year 2015 will usher in a few changes around the Corps, to include shifting missions from wartime to more traditional training and special missions, to reductions in end strength and budgetary constraints, including cuts to Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) Marine and Family Programs.Announced in a recent Marine Corps administrative MORE
CG’s Cup Rifle and Pistol Matches: All ranks, all units, one competition December 10, 2014 — Competition is heating up during the Commanding General’s Cup Rifle and Pistol Matches. Young guns and old shooters have shown different shooting styles and techniques during the two-week tournament.Capt. Bobby Bradford, a shooter with Combat Logistics Regiment 1, 1st Marine Logistics Group, employed a more unorthodox approach of shooting, as he MORE
Trees for Troops giveaway brings holiday cheer December 5, 2014 — CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. - A Christmas tree giveaway for service members was held at the Paige Fieldhouse parking lot, Dec. 5.Roughly 950 Marines, Sailors and family members received Christmas trees and other giveaways through the Trees for Troops program, which was also held at San Onofre for service members in the Northern region of Camp MORE
Chef of the Quarter competition fuels Marines' appetites for cooking December 3, 2014 — Sgt. Hugo P. Zepeda and Lance Cpl. Justin Gordon, food service specialists with Headquarters Squadron, Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, took first place during the Marine Corps Installations - West Chef of the Quarter Culinary Competition, Dec. 3.The 31 Area Mess Hall here hosted the competition with teams from MCAS Yuma, Marine Corps Recruit Depot MORE
Special Reaction Team November 30, 2014 — CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. – “For the strength of the Pack is the Wolf, and the strength of the Wolf is the Pack.”- Rudyard KiplingEach major Marine Corps installation has a special reaction team, a specialized team within military law enforcement units. Their job is to respond to high-risk situations that fall outside the capabilities of normal law MORE

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