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Dawgs Project dedicates memorial to dog handlers August 14, 2014 — The Dawgs Project, a company dedicated to military working dog handlers of all services, unveiled a memorial to commemorate K-9 handling service members at the Pacific Views Event Center’s Memorial Garden at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Aug. 9.  A 5,000-pound statue was placed in the garden with the names of fallen dog handlers from each MORE
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Dawgs Project dedicates memorial to military working dog handlers
Battle Color brings brass and bayonets to Pendleton March 18, 2013 — More than 1,000 spectators filled the bleachers of the Paige Fieldhouse Football Field here during the Battle Color Ceremony March 15. The Silent Drill Platoon, the Commandant’s Own Drum and Bugle Corps and the Marine Corps Color Guard make up the Battle Color Detachment. The detachment is based at the historic Marine Barracks in Washington, D.C., MORE
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Battle Color brings brass and bayonets to Pendleton
Battle Colors compel Camp Pendleton March 06, 2009 — Without a word, precision was conquered Friday as 24 steps became one at Camp Pendleton. Silent drill was just one of the many celebrated traditions as the Battle Color Detachment showcased unparalleled discipline and exceptional talent, attracting several thousand spectators last week to the 52 Area and Mainside performances. “The Silent Drill MORE
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