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Reserve unit returns to amphibious roots July 27, 2011 — Since World War II, Camp Pendleton’s Red Beach has served as grounds for Marines and sailors to train and prepare for amphibious warfare. Fourth Assault Amphibian Battalion returned to these sacred beaches to demonstrate the importance of staying true to the Marine Corps amphibious nature. More than 550 precisely-synchronized watches struck 05:57 MORE
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Afghan conflict prompts change to combat simulator April 09, 2010 — The most advanced combat simulator within the Department of Defense no longer resembles the streets of Iraq. Camp Pendleton's 32,000-square-foot Infantry Immersion Trainer was recently redesigned to resemble the Afghan village of Now Zad.  Headquarters Marine Corps officials made the decision March 15, to change the training environment to better MORE
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Corps’ M2C2 transforms battlefield communication September 28, 2009 — Christmas came early for the Corps after prototype-testing officials with the Department of the Navy announced and displayed the first combat-ready Mobile Modular Command and Control vehicle at Camp Pendleton Sept 24. With on-the-move satellite technology that can transmit vital battlefield information anywhere in the world in seconds, the M2C2 MORE
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Pendleton units benefit from LAV upgrades June 24, 2009 — Camp Pendleton’s Light Armored Vehicle units are now feeling some of the upgrades that the Marine Corps has in store for the 25-year-old vehicle. Blast resistant seats, larger engines and more durable lightweight armor are among the ongoing improvements to the 8-wheel drive vehicle.  “The LAV has taken a complete 180,” said Gunnery Sgt. Chris W. MORE
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