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State law enforced on Pendleton January 09, 2014 — Vehicle drivers who wish to come aboard Camp Pendleton must possess vehicle insurance and valid identification for base access or face disciplinary actions by receiving points on their records, or not be provided base access.   Drivers are required to provide a valid identification card or driver’s license, vehicle registration, insurance and a MORE
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Base housing concessions creates savings for families September 14, 2010 — With the recent home renovations throughout Camp Pendleton, Lincoln Memorial Housing is authorized by Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton’s command to grant residents a discounted price toward their living expenses. In order to qualify for the concession, all residents must go to the leasing office to sign a concession/discount acknowledgement before MORE
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New regulation puts the squeeze on Lemon Lot abuse April 30, 2010 — Camp Pendleton officials recently issued a new directive regulating the use of the base’s Resale Lot, due to a rising number of illegally parked, stored and commercially sold vehicles. BaseGram 21-10 now addresses the rising concerns and provides guidelines for patrons wanting to use the area to display their privately owned vehicles for MORE
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Camp Pendleton and labor union officials negotiate new agreement March 12, 2010 — A new contract between Camp Pendleton and the National Federation of Federal Employees labor union was signed, March 10. The contract will affect nearly 1,200 federal employees, and is now pending Department of Defense approval, said Terry L. Hoeft, labor and employee relations specialist, Marine Corps Civilian Human Resources Office, Marine Corps MORE
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Obama grants military spouses residency rights January 12, 2010 — Military spouses now have the right to retain residency for voting and tax purposes after President Obama signed the Military Spouses Residency Relief Act into public law Nov. 11. The president signed the 2003 Servicemembers Civil Relief Act amendment to allow a service member’s spouse to keep their home-state residency when accompanying their MORE
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Implementation procedures for banned dogbreeds released for Pendleton residents December 16, 2009 — Camp Pendleton announced implementation procedures for banned dog breeds today, after receiving approval of a request to extend the waiver period originally mandated by Headquarters Marine Corps. Marine Corps Order P11000.22 Ch 6, released in August, mandated all installations ban any breed of pit bull, rottweiler or wolf hybrid dog from residing MORE
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What you need to know about sexual assault November 17, 2009 — Honor- Courage-Commitment:  these pillars form the foundation of who we are as Marines; what we stand for, what we believe and almost as importantly – what the Nation has come to expect from us.  However, in the last few years there has been the slow growth of an insidious, festering, cancer - sexual assaults within our ranks. According to the MORE
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Support division leads the way with combat simulators October 08, 2009 — Training Support Division aboard Camp Pendleton is raising the bar when it comes to training simulators. From Combat Convoy Simulators to the High-mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles Egress Assistance Trainer, the TSD located at 43 Area, offers state-of-the-art training designed primarily to save lives in combat zones. “When units come out to MORE
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New requirements for ASVAB retest August 24, 2009 — While Marines retake the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery test for numerous reasons, some of those reasons will no longer be valid grounds for retesting. To help decrease unnecessary ASVAB testing, the Marine Corps has issued Marine Corps Order, 1230.5B, which states new stipulations for retesting. Currently, service members are allowed MORE
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New program grants frequent visitors base access August 18, 2009 — The Provost Marshal’s Office has implemented the Sponsored Visitor Program for social visitors who require access to Camp Pendleton more than three times in any 45 day period, outlined in BASEGRAM 22-09. SVP replaces paper visitor passes with electronic passes and allows authorized service members or organizations to sponsor an individual for a MORE
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