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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
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
Operation Amped surfs with those who serve August 26, 2013 — Operation Amped held its seventh annual surf clinic at the San Onofre Beach here Aug. 23.  The 3-day clinic was held to give back to those who've been wounded in service to our country by helping them learn to surf, said Tom Tapp, founder and president of Operation Amped.  The disabilities of the veterans ranged from traumatic brain injury  to MORE
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Operation Amped surfs with those who serve
Legal Service Support Section, attorneys provide pro bono service July 31, 2013 — Camp Pendleton’s Legal Service Support Section and attorneys from counties around the base held the first Help for Heroes event at the Joint Legal Assistance Office here, July 27. Help for Heroes is a legal assistance event with classes to help service members and their families understand and deal with various legal issues. “This idea first came MORE
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Legal Service Support Section, attorneys provide pro bono service
Swim camp held for wounded warriors July 19, 2013 — Fifteen Marines and four coaches from Wounded Warrior Regiment, participated in a swim camp at the Wounded Warrior Hope and Care Center here July 18. The camp physically reconditioned Marines within WWR through swimming, yoga, and educated them on the importance of athletic nutrition and recovery methods. “The Warrior Athlete Reconditioning Program MORE
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Swim camp held for wounded warriors
Putting a spin on safety May 20, 2013 — Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron Marines from the air station here rallied at Lake O’Neill here for a 101 Days of Summer safety fair and field meet May 17. The safety fair took an unconventional approach to safety training with program displays and stations and interactive booths to provide Marines with a period of instruction that was both MORE
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Putting a Spin on Safety
Former Marine bikes across U.S. to raise awareness, funds for wounded warriors September 04, 2012 — Scot King is a man on a 14,000-mile mission.  On May 7, 2011, the former Marine and president of The Wounded Ride, Inc., a nonprofit organization committed to financially assisting combat wounded veterans and their families, set off on a journey across the country to raise awareness and funds for his cause.  King is conducting the bicycle ride to MORE
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News Brief: Update on MCCS facility closures August 27, 2012 —  As the result of funding reprioritization within MCCS, some program changes need to take place for fiscal year 2013.  The current changes are as follows: Two of the community centers, Abby Reinke and Stuart Mesa, will be repurposed into Youth and Teen Centers. All of the services and programs that were offered in these facilities will continue to MORE
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Animal Shelter works with volunteers on Pendleton August 23, 2012 — The Camp Pendleton Animal Shelter opened to Marine volunteers from the Single Marine Program to help cultivate the landscape around the shelter and interact with the animals, Aug. 21. Volunteers are an essential element in the animals’ well-being. Experienced volunteers train the animals, by rewarding good behavior, to prep the pets for adoption. MORE
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MALS 39 makes a difference August 23, 2012 —  Marines from Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 39 volunteer to assist with a cultivation project near Camp Pendleton’s Wire Mountain Housing area, Aug. 22.  The goal was for MALS 39 to assemble a team of volunteers to target certain areas on base in need of a clean-up. This initiative was intended to trigger the ownership and pride of belonging MORE
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