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New mess hall competes for William P.T. Hill Trophy August 29, 2014 — Throughout history, successful men have detailed ‘the grind,’ or the price of success, whether it be starting a successful business or winning the Super Bowl.  Get up. Get dressed. Another early morning in the Marine Corps is kicked off with the usual run or trip to the gym, leading into a day filled with plenty of work to be done. Like any other MORE
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22-area mess hall competes for best garrison mess hall in the Marine Corps
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
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
Competing in a devil dog-eat-dog world February 26, 2013 — Gaining the upper hand on peers, in a highly competitive environment like the Marine Corps, can be a daunting challenge for those seeking to ascend quickly through the ranks. Marines attending Sergeant’s Course at the Staff Non-Commissioned Officer Academy here received one-on-one occupational guidance to improve their chances for promotion during MORE
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Competing in a devil dog-eat-dog world
Pendleton warriors compete during the Tactical Athlete Challenge August 29, 2012 —  Warriors gathered at Camp Pendleton’s Paige Fieldhouse to compete in the Tactical Athlete Challenge, Aug. 28.  The Challenge is a part of the Commanding General’s Cup and hosted 45 teams and more than 180 competitors. It included three different activities incorporating speed, agility and strength. “It was a lot harder than I thought,” said Sgt. MORE
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Wounded Warriors go from the front line of battle to the coastline of Pendleton August 15, 2012 — Operation Amped held a three-day surf camp for Wounded Warriors at the San Onofre Beach on Camp Pendleton, Aug. 10 through Aug. 12.  The sport therapy camp provided surfing lessons to rehabilitating injured service members. "Surfing is a very spiritual and therapeutic experience and we thought that this activity would be very beneficial for our MORE
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Hoops from Home brings NBA stars to Pendleton August 13, 2012 —  Hoops from Home provided Camp Pendleton's youth with a free basketball training camp at the Paige Fieldhouse gymnasium, Aug. 11.  Hoops from Home, a non-profit organization, held the camp to promote healthy, positive development of military children through basketball mentoring from professional and collegian players and coaches. The event began MORE
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Seventh annual Sprint Triathlon races through Camp Pendleton August 07, 2012 —  Marine Corps Community Services Semper Fit hosted its seventh annual Sprint Triathlon as part of the Hard Corps Race Series at Assault Craft Unit Five on Camp Pendleton, Aug. 4.  “The triathlon is held to help raise revenue in support of the Marines and sailors on base,” said Jill Prichard, a Hard Corps Race Series coordinator with MCCS Semper MORE
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