SiteData
Banner Icon could not be loaded.

 

Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton

Camp Pendleton News

Tag: military


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
Comments 0 Comments
Proper fitness reports enhance promotion opportunities
Town meeting addresses base housing energy billing August 01, 2013 — Representatives from Lincoln Military Housing and Yes Energy Management addressed questions and concerns about the up-coming utility consumption statements during a Town Hall Meeting at the Pacific Views Event Center here July 31.  Anja C. Jacobs, the supervisor of Military Billing with Yes Energy Management, and Ret. Lt. Col. Andy Killion, the MORE
Comments 0 Comments
Town meeting addresses base housing energy billing
Team USA Armed Forces trials June 27, 2013 — The Armed Forces USA Soccer team has been holding trials since June 6 to choose their 18-man squad that will travel to Baku, Azerbaijan to compete in the Military World Cup. The trials began with 40 players from all branches of service from duty stations all over the world. The team is now down to 20 competitors and will cut the final two players MORE
Comments 1 Comments
Team USA Armed Forces trains with LA Galaxy
Competitors pedal across Pendleton March 25, 2013 — More than 300 Marines and civilians pedaled across Camp Pendleton during the first Hell Fire Fat Tire Bike Race here March 23.  “The mountain bikers competed in 13 and 23-mile courses through some of base’s most drastic elevation spikes and falls,” said Jimi Shive, the assistant race director of the Hard Corps Race Series.  Competitors crowded the MORE
Comments 0 Comments
Competitors pedal across Pendleton
Crime prevention emphasized during 101 Days of Summer September 10, 2010 — With 101 Critical Days of Summer coming to an end, Camp Pendleton safety officials, and military police stress the importance of crime prevention on base. According to military police officials, the safe feeling offered by living on a military base causes residents to develop complacency and they tend to forget the basics of personal security. MORE
Comments 0 Comments
100827-M-3215R-001.JPG