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Pendleton hosts evening colors ceremony October 10, 2014 — Marine Corps Installations West-Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton hosted an Evening Colors Ceremony at the historical Santa Margarita Ranch House, Oct. 9.The time honored tradition celebrated Camp Pendleton’s 72-year anniversary and showed appreciation for the continued community support since the base’s establishment in 1942. A reception was held MORE
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month October 10, 2014 — Breast Cancer has garnered national attention over the last several years, with October deemed as Breast Cancer Awareness Month in 1985 by the American Cancer Society. Breast Cancer is the second leading cause of death from Cancer in women, according to the American Cancer Society. Women of all ages should promptly report any breast changes (lumps, MORE
Camp Pendleton holds career symposium for military women in transition October 09, 2014 — Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton held a career symposium for military women in transition at the Pacific Views Events Center here, Oct.9. More than 200 Marines and Sailors participated in the event, which focused on the unique needs of military women in transition and their career development through workshops and classes. “This symposium showed us MORE
Marine Corps Heroes: Pfc. Harold Gonsalves October 06, 2014 — Marine Corps Heroes: Pfc. Harold GonsalvesIn recognition of Hispanic-American heritage month, we highlight World War II Medal of Honor recipient Pfc. Harold Gonsalves during World War II. Although there is no way to completely know how events unfolded on that hill in Okinawa in April 1945, we have used historical information about Gonsalves’ life MORE
FY 15 Re-enlistment bonuses are out October 03, 2014 — First-term Marines looking to change their military occupational specialty or re-enlist in the same MOS in fiscal year 2015 can receive bonuses of up to $51,000 across 106 jobs. According to the FY 2015 Selective Re-enlistment Bonus Program, there is an increase in bonuses available to ‘Zone A’ Marines or Marines with 17 months to six years of MORE
Did You Know: Elective medical services October 01, 2014 — Marines have several elective services and procedures they may not know are offered on base, like sleep apnea studies to smoking cessation and LASIK eye surgery to laser hair removal.Marines know every year they have to do the periodic health assessment and audiogram, but what they may not know is many medical departments and clinics on base offers MORE
Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates cultural diversity September 30, 2014 —  Since 1968, when President Lyndon B. Johnson was in office, America has observed National Hispanic Heritage Month from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 to celebrate the contributions and culture of citizens of Latin American descent. Today's start of National Hispanic Heritage Month also marks the anniversary of independence for Costa Rica, El Salvador, MORE
Business 101 course teaches military leaders how to succeed in corporate environment September 29, 2014 — Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton held a Business 101 Course for transitioning commissioned and staff-noncommissioned officers at the Pacific Views Events Center here, Sept. 29.Approximately 40 Marines and Sailors learned employment skills such as economic theory, modern business culture, contemporary perceptions of military personnel, goals and MORE
Marines learn combat tactics in combined arms exercise September 26, 2014 — Approximately 300 entry-level infantry Marines participated in a Company Integration Exercise at Range 408, here, Sept. 25.The event culminated a 52-day training course for the Marines of Alpha Company, Infantry Training Battalion, School of Infantry-West, where instructors evaluated students on basic-infantry skills in a combined arms exercise MORE
Combat Instructors teach Marines art of war September 25, 2014 — Sergeant Luke T. Hudson huddled his class of 20 Marines into the safety bunker and watched from afar as the high-explosive charge they put together obliterated a concrete target. As a combat instructor, it is Hudson’s job to teach. However, instead of teaching them how to bake pies in home economics, he teaches them net explosive weights, and MORE

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