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Community Counseling Center available for service members and their families January 24, 2015 — Camp Pendleton’s Community Counseling Center is a Marine & Family Programs behavioral health program created to take care of service members and their families. The CCC provides service members and their families free counseling such as: individual, couples, family, child and teen, and care management. “Counseling increases coping skills, MORE
Civilian Officer Awarded for Saving Life of Newborn January 23, 2015 — Officer Charles E. Horton waspresented with a Navy and Marine Corps Commendation for Meritorious CivilianService during a ceremony here, Jan. 22.Brig. Gen. Edward D. Banta, Commanding General, Marine CorpsInstallations West/Marine Corps Base, presented Horton, a patrol officer withthe Marine Corps Police Department, Security and Emergency Services MORE
Montford Point Marine awarded Congressional Gold Medal January 16, 2015 — Frank C. Christl of San Clemente was awarded the U.S. Congressional Gold Medal by Brig. Gen. Edward Banta for serving as a Montford Point Marine from 1944-1946 on Jan. 16. Christl is included with the Montford Point Marines because as an officer he was instrumental in forming the 5th Depot Company and leading them to Saipan, the invasion of MORE
Career workshop provides competitive edge for family members January 13, 2015 — Camp Pendleton’s Marine and Family Services is offering a career workshop for spouses on base.The workshop aims to provide the tools needed to be successful in the workforce by identifying participants’ skills and teaches them how to use labor market data to develop successful career strategies.Future workshops will be held at the Mainside Marine MORE
Marine Corps Tuition Assistance: Further Your Education Today January 9, 2015 — The Marine Corps provides tuition assistance for eligible Marines to further their education.Marines are able to apply on a first-come first-serve basis within 60 days of when their classes begin. Marines are able to spend up to $4,500 per fiscal year, but tuition assistance is closed out once the allotted money has been spent so it is encouraged MORE
Registrations open for 2015 Youth Sports spring season January 7, 2015 — Marine Corps Community Services Camp Pendleton Youth Sports kicks off its 2015 spring soccer and basketball seasons with registration open now. Children must be five-years-old as of April 4, 2015 to play on a youth sports team with registration costing $54 per child with a $5 discount for each additional child registered. The spring youth sports MORE
Single Marine Program offers unique trips and activities for 2015 January 6, 2015 — Camp Pendleton’s Single Marine Program offers unique trips and activities for single Marines and Sailors here on base. One major event coming up is a trip to Big Bear Lake on Jan. 31 and Feb. 28. Marines and Sailors with a taste for adventure will have the chance to ski across the snow-capped mountains for a $60 fee that covers transportation, ski MORE
Commanding General's Cup kicks off 2015 season January 5, 2015 — The Camp Pendleton Commanding General’s Cup is kicking off for the 2015 season and once again awards, trophies and up to $6,200 in cash prizes are on the line for the top three units in each of the three divisions. The 1st Marine Division, Marine Wing Support Squadron 372, and Combat Logistics Regiment 1 finished strong last year taking first place MORE
5 Ways to Save - Holiday Tips December 23, 2014 — CHECKOUT THESE 5 WAYS TO SAVE AND APPLY THEM AT HOME THIS HOLIDAY SEASON. 1. Replace incandescent holiday lights with energy efficient LEDlights. LED lights use 70% less energy and can last 50 times longer.2. Plug holiday decorations into power strips. Even when youaren’t using lights and electronics, they still draw small amounts of energy.The MORE
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

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