Camp Pendleton News
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Heroes Dinner Served for Camp Pendleton Marines January 22, 2016 — Camp Pendleton, Calif. -- Camp Pendleton hosted the Food Industry Serving Heroes Foundation (FISH) heroes’ dinner at the Pacific Views Event Center here, Jan. 21.The heroes' dinner was hosted to recognize the sacrifices that service members have made for American freedom.Brig. Gen. Edward D. Banta, Commanding General, Marine Corps Installation - MORE
Camp Pendleton Marine rescues girl at La Jolla Cove January 21, 2016 — A Camp Pendleton Marine rescued a girl from the surf in the La Jolla Cove area, Jan. 17.Staff Sgt. Ryan Farish, a career planner with Security and Emergency Services Battalion, was at the beach with his family on Sunday when he noticed a huge wave coming toward a small girl near the water’s edge.“My family and I had moved back from the lower rock MORE
Camp Pendleton Leaders participate in speed mentoring session January 20, 2016 — CAMP PENDLETON, Calif.—More than 90 officers participated in a Senior Leadership Mentorship Seminar at the Pacific Views Event Center here, Jan.19. The annual seminar is hosted by the National Naval Officers Association (NNOA) and provides officers with the opportunity to ask questions regarding career advancement and personal development through a MORE
Camp Pendleton Air Station holds ceremony for new MV-22 Osprey hangar January 14, 2016 — Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to unveil a new hangar for MV-22 Ospreys here, Jan.14.Hangar six is a 123,451 square-foot hangar capable of storing up to six Ospreys belonging to Marine Aircraft Group 39.It is the first hangar designed to store Ospreys aboard Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton.“This new MORE
Marines Conduct Back in the Saddle Training January 6, 2016 — Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif. – More than 200 Marines from Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton conducted ‘back in the saddle’ training here, Jan. 5.The training was designed to bring Marines back up to speed after the holidays and covered health, personal safety and unit safety. It also provided an opportunity for the Marines to MORE
Camp Pendleton hosts energy sustainment and security discussion December 30, 2015 — Christine Harada, the chief sustainability officer for the White House, toured Camp Pendleton to review on-base energy production facilities, Dec. 29.The base energy department led Harada through a proposed photovoltaic site at Box Canyon, which will convert sunlight into energy, and a hydrogen refueling station in order to obtain a firsthand MORE
Corporals Course: Teaching Small Unit Leadership December 15, 2015 — CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. – Students of Corporal’s Course class 308-16 at Camp Pendleton are scheduled to graduate Thursday with the hopes using their new leadership skills to mold the future of the Marine Corps. Finishing this course is a requirement for corporals in order to be eligible for promotion to sergeant. Sgt. Patrick J. Ross, an instructor for the corporal’s course class 308-16 at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, said the three week course is designed for corporals to review and expand their understanding of the Marine Corps and what it takes to be a leader of Marines. MORE
Marines and Civilian Chefs Compete Chef of Quarter Honors December 10, 2015 — CAMP PENLDETON, Calif.— Cpl. Monica Rios and Lance Cpl. Marshall Griffiths, Food Service Specialists, Food service Company, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, took first place during the Marine Corps Installations – West Chef of the Quarter Culinary Competition here, Dec. 9. The 1st place winners will have a chance to go to the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York, and 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners were also awarded medals. MORE
Camp Pendleton Hosts Trees for Troops December 4, 2015 — CAMP PENDLETON, Calif.- Camp Pendleton held its annual Trees for Troops event at the Paige Field House here, December 4. The program, hosted by Camp Pendleton and several civilian organizations, is designed to give fresh Christmas trees to service members free of charge. MORE
Marine Corps Reinforces Political Campaign Guidelines December 3, 2015 — CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. – A message released by Headquarters Marine Corps reinforces policies involving Marines and Sailors participation in partisan political activities. According to Marine Corps Administrative Message 603/15, active duty Marines and Sailors are allowed to register, vote and they are also allowed to express a personal opinion on political candidates, but may not do so as representatives of the Armed Forces MORE

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