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Educational opportunities available on Camp Pendleton September 08, 2014 — The crowd erupted in loud applause as Gunnery Sgt. Gina Pompeyo walked down the stage with a diploma in hand and a smile on her face. One of her twin daughters took pictures using her smart phone while the other jumped up and down joyfully.   Education was a major reason she enlisted, said Pompeyo, an honor graduate of Camp Pendleton’s Combined MORE
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Educational opportunities available on Camp Pendleton
Proper fitness reports enhance promotion opportunities August 13, 2013 — Manpower Management Support Branch conducted a Promotion and Performance brief at the base theater here regarding the importance of being prepared, proactive and being competitive for promotions. “The fitness report is what’s used to determine the best of the best,” said Sgt. Maj. Mark Byrd, the sergeant major for the Performance Evaluation Section MORE
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Proper fitness reports enhance promotion opportunities
Camp Pendleton strives for summer safety May 15, 2012 —  The annual 101 Days of Summer safety stand down, which focuses on driving safety, accident prevention and education, kicked off the summer season at the Camp Pendleton base theater, May 11.  Each year, hundreds of service members are killed on the road due to alcohol, inattention and aggressive versus defensive driving. The 101 Days of Summer MORE
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Pendleton observes Sexual Assault Awareness Month April 30, 2012 —  In response to the devastating effects caused by sexual assaults throughout the country, Camp Pendleton, along with the nation, is observing April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month.  Camp Pendleton’s goal for SAAM is to inform Marines and families of the resources and programs available to help prevent sexual assaults and to assist those affected MORE
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Pendleton hosts Annual Spring Career and Education Exposition March 23, 2012 — Fifty years ago, Marines who just finished a four-year term were basically issued a pat-on-the-back and wished ‘good luck’ to be sent on their merry way back into the civilian world. In an effort to ease the burdens of transitioning from military lifestyle back into the civilian world, Camp Pendleton hosted the Annual Spring Career and Education MORE
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TA benefits restored for Marines October 27, 2011 — The Marine Corps has restored the tuition assistance allowance to fiscal year 2011, rescinding proposed cuts allotted to higher education.  Up to 100 percent of tuition and fees has been reauthorized for Marines wishing to improve their education, according to Marine Administrative Message 639/11, released Oct. 27. “There has been no commensurate MORE
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Pendleton Marines hit by tuition assistance cut October 20, 2011 — Marines hoping to obtain a bachelor’s degree solely relying on the tuition assistance program must now consider a 26-year career due to the Corps’ new TA policy. The Marine Corps announced on Oct. 17 that, effective immediately, TA has been cut by 75 percent for service members taking college classes during off-duty hours.  This drastic cut reduced MORE
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Workshop offers ways to cope with change March 01, 2011 — French noble and writer François de la Rochefoucauld once said “the only thing constant in life is change.” Camp Pendleton’s Marine Corps Family Team Building offers programs to help service members and their families cope with the constant change that the military brings. “Who Moved My Cheese,” an international bestselling book written by Spencer MORE
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Safety course sustains secure performance October 06, 2010 — Every year millions of Americans suffer injuries and thousands experience deaths due to preventable accidents in the workplace, according to the 2009 National Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries. To help prevent these accidents, the National Safety Council has developed a course titled Supervisor’s Safety Development Program, which provides MORE
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MCCS promotes wellness with health fair January 13, 2010 — In an attempt to promote healthy living across the base, Camp Pendleton’s Marine Corps Community Services hosted a health fair at the Paige Fieldhouse fitness center, Jan. 13. Health and fitness professionals from the different MCCS departments educated hundreds of base residents at booths sprawled throughout the fitness center. The event MORE
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