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Camp Pendleton holds Marine West Expo January 31, 2014 — Service members toured exhibits at the 2014 Marine West Expo at the Pacific Views Event Center, Jan. 29 and 30.   The expo showcased technology and equipment that could help service members conduct everyday missions more efficiently and keep them safe in combat situations.   “There are nearly 150 industry partners that we have out here to show MORE
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Camp Pendleton hold Marine West Expo
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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Bicyclists compete in Tour de Camp Pendleton November 04, 2013 — Cyclists pedaled their way over hills and past various camps as they traveled from the northernmost point of base, to Stuart Mesa, and back again during the inaugural Tourjours Fidele-Tour de Camp Pendleton Nov. 2.  The participants were given the option of traveling 100, 75, 50 or 25-mile courses. A 5.5-mile Family Fun Ride was also available, MORE
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Bicyclists compete in the Tour de Camp Pendleton
Red Ribbon Week keeps Pendleton students drug free October 30, 2013 — Eagle Young Marines visited Mary Fay Pendleton Elementary school to speak about the importance of Red Ribbon Week Oct. 29. Red Ribbon Week is the oldest and largest drug prevention program in the nation and reaches out to millions of Americans every October. “We visited many of the schools on base over the last two weeks and talked to all grades MORE
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Red Ribbon Week keeps Pendleton students drug free
Participants compete in Glow Ball Golf Tournament October 26, 2013 — Participants battled cool temperatures and night skies for a chance to win the Glow Ball Golf Tournament held at the Marine Memorial Golf Course Oct. 25.  The event included an Oktoberfest meal, the tournament and concluded with awards.  The par three course was nine holes, dimly lit by neon lights at each hole and the lighted necklaces the MORE
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Participants compete in Glow Ball Golf Tournament
Sexual assault training hits home for Marines at Pendleton April 03, 2013 — Stressing the importance of bystander intervention, Central Michigan University's Sexual Aggression Peer Advocates, or SAPA, performed live skits for an audience of Marines to raise awareness about sexual assault prevention and response here April 1-2.    In the production "No Zebra's, No Excuses," the character’s behaviors are compared to the MORE
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Sexual assault training hits home for Marines at Pendleton
Middle school gets Marine Corps fitness challenge April 03, 2013 — A school bell rings as children scramble to their classrooms some making their way outside for a less conventional physical education class.  Each period, hundreds of students gathered at the school's track and football field where Marine volunteers from Camp Pendleton’s Single Marine Program conducted a four-station Physical Education Fitness MORE
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Marines spark athleticism in students
Spouses get tools to improve military life April 01, 2013 — Twenty-one spouses gathered to learn about a variety of topics related to military life during a Spouse Readiness Seminar here March 28. The seminar included a social media awareness brief, a post-traumatic stress disorder briefs, a class that identifies and explains interpersonal communication skills. Participants also attended an informal lunch MORE
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Spouses get tools to improve military life
Iwo Jima vets reunite for 68th anniversary March 25, 2013 — Cannons roared and trumpets blared as the sun set on Camp Pendleton where hundreds gathered to honor those who served in World War II during the 68th annual Battle of Iwo Jima Commemoration ceremony, held at the Pacific Views Event Center here March 23.  A memorial service was held that featured 21-Gun Salute, and the playing of “Echo Taps”. After MORE
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Iwo Jima vets reunite for 68th anniversary
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

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