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Marine Corps Heroes: Pvt. Chester Nez November 17, 2014 — This American Indian Heritage Month, we highlight Pvt. Chester Nez, one of the 29 original Navajo Code Talkers, unsung heroes who were responsible for decoding and relaying clear and accurate information during some of the most heated battles in the Pacific.-The platoon sergeant dragged Pvt. Chester Nez down the creek bed as a Japanese MORE
Armed Forces Basketball tournament comes to a close on Pendleton November 14, 2014 — The Air Force Men’s and Army Women’s basketball teams tookfirst place to conclude the Armed Forces Basketball Championship held at thePaige Fieldhouse, Nov 13.Duringthe finals, the Air Force Men’s Team (5-2) proved their mettle by beating theArmy Men’s (5-2) 86-78 to take first place, while the Army Women’s Team (7-0) beatthe Air Force Women’s MORE
WWBN holds ceremony to unveil monument honoring wounded warriors November 13, 2014 — The Wounded Warrior Battalion-West held a ceremony Nov. 12 to unveil a monument honoring servicemembers wounded during combat.The sculpture is based on the Operation Phantom Fury photograph ‘Hell House’ of then 1st Sgt. Bradley Kasal being carried out of a house by two lance corporals after a firefight.During the fight, Kasal sustained seven MORE
Armed Forces Basketball Championship kicks off November 7, 2014 — The Armed Forces Basketball Championship kicked off at 1:00 p.m. at the Paige Fieldhouse, Nov. 7.Over the next week, 72 service members from the All Marine, Navy, Army and Air Force basketball teams will compete in the inter-service challenge to determine who will walk away with a new trophy, bragging rights and the chance to compete on the MORE
Marine Corps Heroes: Private Carl Gorman November 6, 2014 — This American-Indian Heritage Month, we highlight Pvt. Carl Gorman. Gorman was one of the unsung heroes called the Navajo Code Talkers, who were responsible for decoding and relaying clear and accurate information during some of the most heated battles in the Pacific.-Pvt. Carl Gorman put the finishing touches on his sketch of a free-spirited MORE
Commanding General's Cup playoffs (Spartans vs. Falcons) November 5, 2014 — The second seed Headquarters and Support Battalion Spartans secured their seat in the Commanding General’s Cup championship game with a hard-fought 7-0 victory in overtime against the third seed Miramar Falcons at Paige Fieldhouse, Nov. 4.Both teams were unable to move the ball effectively until the second quarter, when the Falcons nearly made it MORE
Commanding General's Cup Grappling Tournament October 30, 2014 — The 1st Marine Division grappling team, The Others, took first place during the Commanding General’s Cup Grappling Tournament at the Paige Fieldhouse here, Oct. 29.The event was the first grappling tournament of the year featuring active-duty Marines and Sailors in four-man teams from all over Camp Pendleton, testing their strength, wits and MORE
Marine receives Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal October 29, 2014 — Lt. Col. Kevin Prindiville presented the Navy and Marine CorpsCommendation medal to Lance Cpl. Anthony Kelly Oct. 29, for Kelly’s actions inthe line of duty. Kelly saved the life of an unresponsive female in basehousing by utilizing his CPR skills to sustain her until paramedics arrived. “This is a great occasion to bring everyone together MORE
Commanding General's Cup (Spartans vs Outlaws) October 29, 2014 — The Marine Corps Base Spartans shut out the School of Infantry- West Outlaws and secured their spot in the semi-finals with a 38-0 win at Paige Fieldhouse, Oct. 28.After winning the coin toss and deferring to the Outlaws, the Spartans forced a three-and-out on the opening drive, setting the tone for the remainder of the night.The Spartans forced a MORE
Pendleton residents save energy in housing October 27, 2014 — The Department of Defense has made energy conservation a main focus over the last several years, with one program specifically affecting the residents on Camp Pendleton called the Resident Energy Conservation Program.This program’s goal is to encourage energy conservation and reduce electricity costs in more than 7,500 housing units in 20 areas on MORE

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