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Cal Fire trains Marines to combat Wild Land Fires May 10, 2013 — Crew Chiefs Staff Sgt. Brian Dinning and Lance Cpl. Gary Persall count down “Four. Three. Two. One,” as Maj. Mike Davidge, the pilot of CH-46 E helicopter dubbed “Knightrider,” positions it’s whirling blades and fire bucket over Lake Talega during the 6th annual Wild Land Fire Fighting Exercise here May 9.   Marine Medium Helicopter Training MORE
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Make a difference: Understanding Pendleton's recycling program March 06, 2012 — Throwing an old milk carton or empty soda can into the recycling bin is second nature to the average American citizen, and most of us really don’t put much thought into where all of those used recyclables go once they reach our garbage bins.  But according to Charles Bradshaw, Camp Pendleton’s recycling programs manager, base residents should pay a 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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Change your clock, change your battery November 05, 2010 — Each year, house fires are the cause of nearly 3,000 deaths in the U.S., and smoke detectors can cut that number and the risk of dying in half, according to National Fire Protection Association. Camp Pendleton along with the nation is recognizing Nov. 7 as “Change your clock, change your battery” day in order to enforce the preventative actions MORE
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Pendleton water officials protect fundraiser August 17, 2009 — Car washing fundraisers have been banned by the surrounding communities to prevent pollution, but Pendleton water officials have developed a way to preserve the common fundraiser and protect the environment. Six new fundraising wash stations spearheaded by Camp Pendleton’s Storm Water Branch now prevent chemicals from entering local waterways by MORE
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Base officials host water conservation summit August 06, 2009 — San Diego County and Camp Pendleton water officials gathered to discuss conservation efforts at the South Mesa Staff Noncommissioned Officers’ Club, Aug. 5. The summit educated base officials at every level of water involvement and addressed ways to integrate water conservation into project design and operation. “This is a priority for Marine Corps MORE
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Pendleton commits to water conservation June 25, 2009 — Effective this July, Camp Pendleton residents will be required to follow new water conservation requirements to help the base become more water efficient during this time of regional drought. In April, the San Diego County Water Authority declared a drought alert and mandatory eight-percent water restrictions that becomes effective July 1. As a MORE
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Pendleton protects unique biodiversity May 18, 2009 — California shares a Mediterranean climate with only five regions throughout the world, thus making it home to more than 100 threatened and endangered species. “Southern California offers an incredible amount of biodiversity,” said Jim L. Asmus, wildlife biologist, Assistant Chief of Staff’s Environmental Security, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton. MORE
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Lodging facility embraces environment April 15, 2009 — Mother Nature couldn’t ask for anything more from Camp Pendleton’s future lodging facility. The $14.8 million Temporary Lodging Facility has employed hundreds in construction efforts and is predicted to be 100 percent recyclable itself upon demolition. “This new facility will promote a healthy lodging experience for both patrons and employees by MORE
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Pendleton improvements unearth prehistoric clues April 01, 2009 — Future improvement plans on base have archeologists digging for more than just pipeline and electrical wire. Camp Pendleton’s archeologists are revisiting more than 50 previously designated dig sites to safeguard the base’s history and environment. Site research and excavations are being conducted to ensure Public Works projects, totaling more than MORE
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