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Females now authorized to wear mens cap December 16, 2013 — Female Marines are now authorized to wear the current male dress and service caps.  Females may wear the male caps, but are not required to own them until the mandatory possession date, which is May 1, 2017.  Female recruits and candidates will begin receiving the current male caps in their initial issue April 1, 2014.  Marine Corps systems command MORE
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Females authorized to wear mens cap
Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton transports patients to new location December 15, 2013 — Naval Hospital transported 16 patients from their old location to the new hospital Dec. 14.  The hospital has been transferring their services to the new location over a two week period. Now that all of the patients have been moved there are no longer any services being provided at the old hospital.  “The move went according to schedule,” said Navy MORE
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Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton transports patients to new location
Jason Davis: What I've Learned December 10, 2013 — Marine Corps Installations-West held their Chef of the Quarter competition at the Edson Range chow hall on Dec. 4.  The competition brings food service Marines and civilians together to show off their skills and knowledge. The competition is two days long; the first day is all knowledge based and the second day is actual cooking. After day one the MORE
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Jason Davis What I've Learned
Holiday guidance December 10, 2013 — With the holiday season upon us, service member and Department of Defense employee celebrations often include decorations and holiday-themed parties. INFOGRAM 47-13, as of Oct. 30, outlines the applicable rules and regulations pertaining to holiday decorations, giving and receiving gifts, and conducting holiday parties.  Decorations, both in the MORE
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A touch of holiday spirit aboard Camp Leatherneck
Charitable foundation delivers truck loads of holiday cheer December 06, 2013 — Approximately 800 trees were delivered to Pendleton for the annual Trees for Troops giveaway Dec. 6.  Trees for Troops is a program that collects and delivers Christmas trees to service members and their families at 60 military bases in the U.S. and overseas.   This event is a great way to spread the spirit of Christmas while simultaneously giving MORE
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Charitable foundation delivers truck loads of holiday cheer
Stolen valor tarnishes service members’ sacrifices December 05, 2013 — Soldiers in every war have risked their lives to defend America. In many cases, their valor has been above and beyond the call of duty. For their service, they receive Purple Heart Medals for wounds, and for valor they might earn Bronze Star Medals, Silver Star Medals or others.  It may seem hard to fathom, but there are many who claim to have MORE
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Stolen Valor Tarnishes Service Members’ Sacrifices
Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton holds transport drills November 18, 2013 — Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton conducted patient relocation drills Nov. 15 to practice moving patients from the old hospital to its new location.  The hospital and all of its services will be moving to the new facility over a two week period in December and will be opened Dec. 16.  “The purpose of this exercise is to practice the actual inpatient MORE
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Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton holds transport drills
Amphibious Assault Crewman Course trains international students November 06, 2013 — The Amphibious Assault Crewman Course is currently training members of the Japanese Ground Self-Defense Force on Pendleton. The members of the JGSDF are training as part of the Foreign Military Sales Program. “We have two different programs that bring international militaries here to train with Marines,” said Courtney A. Johnson, the international MORE
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Amphibious Assault Crewman Course trains international students
Bicyclists compete in Tour de Camp Pendleton November 04, 2013 — Cyclists pedaled their way over hills and past various camps as they traveled from the northernmost point of base, to Stuart Mesa, and back again during the inaugural Tourjours Fidele-Tour de Camp Pendleton Nov. 2.  The participants were given the option of traveling 100, 75, 50 or 25-mile courses. A 5.5-mile Family Fun Ride was also available, MORE
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Bicyclists compete in the Tour de Camp Pendleton
Red Ribbon Week keeps Pendleton students drug free October 30, 2013 — Eagle Young Marines visited Mary Fay Pendleton Elementary school to speak about the importance of Red Ribbon Week Oct. 29. Red Ribbon Week is the oldest and largest drug prevention program in the nation and reaches out to millions of Americans every October. “We visited many of the schools on base over the last two weeks and talked to all grades MORE
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Red Ribbon Week keeps Pendleton students drug free

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