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Corps reduces number not effectiveness April 25, 2012 — Officials with Headquarters Marine Corps, Manpower and Reserve Affairs, conducted an informational brief at the Camp Pendleton’s Bulldog Box Office April 24, regarding the drawdown of active duty Marines beginning October 2012. The brief was held to inform Marines about reducing the force from 202,100 Marines to an end-strength of 182,100 over the MORE
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Camp Pendleton Eagle Scout awarded prestigious medal April 25, 2012 — During a cold evening outing with a church group, one Camp Pendleton Eagle Scout encountered a rare situation that required him to call upon his Boy Scouts of America training. Connor F. Stotts was awarded the ‘Honor Medal with crossed palms’ at the Blinder Memorial Chapel, April 24, in recognition for single-handedly saving the lives of three MORE
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Former Pendleton Marine reunites with military working dog April 09, 2012 — Former Cpl. Megan Leavey wanted nothing more than to reunite with her best friend, and her wish finally came true at Camp Pendleton’s K-9 Unit, April 6. Military Working Dog Rex retired after 10 years of service and was officially released into Leavey’s care so they can continue their friendship that was once formed during their Marine Corps MORE
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Major Marine Corps Installations merge April 09, 2012 — A re-designation ceremony was held at the 11 area parade deck to formally acknowledge the merger between Marine Corps Installations West and Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, April 5.  Headquarters Marine Corps made the decision to merge in order to provide a more efficient and consistent level of support throughout the seven Southwestern region MORE
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Former NFL players help Marines, sailors tackle stress January 17, 2012 — For an NFL player, a multi-million dollar contract may seem like it takes care of everything in comparison to the average Marine’s daily lifestyle and pay check. What some may not realize, however, is that the lifestyle of a professional football player and a service member are not as different as they seem. “Being an [NFL player] is a very MORE
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Pendleton promotes energy awareness and efficiency November 03, 2011 — The United States is the single largest domestic user of energy and spends more than $9 billion to power its vehicles, operations, and approximately 500,000 facilities throughout the country.  Camp Pendleton hosted an annual Energy Awareness event, Nov. 3 at the Mainside Plaza to educate Marines and sailors about energy efficiency. “During Energy MORE
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Harvest Festival offers families fun, safe environment October 28, 2011 — Hundreds gathered at Camp Pendleton’s Stuart Mesa Community Center to embrace the fall season during the annual Harvest Festival, Oct. 26.  The event, sponsored by Marine Corps Community Services, offers a fun and safe alternative for Marines and their families to celebrate the holidays without ghosts, goblins and vampires.  “During this time of MORE
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Hope and Care center opens for wounded warriors October 12, 2011 — A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held in celebration of the opening of Camp Pendleton’s Warrior Hope and Care Center, Oct. 6, marking the end of a nearly three-year-long construction.  The new facility located in the Wounded Warrior Battalion West will house offices for counseling and transition services that cater to wounded, ill and injured Marines, MORE
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Battle Color Detachment performs annual ceremony at Pendleton March 14, 2011 — Rifles soared silently through the air and audience members gasped with anticipation during the annual Battle Colors ceremony at Camp Pendleton’s Paige Field House and School of Infantry West, March 11.  The Marine Corps’ Battle Color Detachment which performs throughout the country consists of the Silent Drill Platoon, the U.S. Marine Drum and MORE
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Wounded Warriors Compete During First Marine Corps Trials February 28, 2011 — Some competed blindly; some competed without their arms or legs—but for the first ever Marine Corps Trials, wounded warriors from all over the world did not let their injuries deter their will to compete. More than 150 wounded, ill and injured Marines, Marine veterans and international Marines came to Camp Pendleton Feb. 17-27 to participate in the MORE
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