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San Diego Union-Tribune: Military civilian coordination efforts praised during recent wild-land fires August 24, 2012 —  In a recent story published by the San Diego Union-Tribune, Cal-Fire officials commended military and civilian firefighting agencies for the coordination and firefighting efforts. To read the story go to: http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2012/aug/24/united-effort-fight-fires-praised/?page=1#article   MORE
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Firefighters blaze through high-rise exercise May 24, 2012 —  Emergency sirens blared through the streets of Camp Pendleton as the fire trucks approached the Camp Pendleton Naval Hospital in response to a potentially fatal incident, May 19.  But no worries, it was only a drill. More than 50 firefighting personnel from local and base units came together to participate in a simulated high-rise fire training MORE
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Military and civilian firefighters team up for training May 11, 2012 —  The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL Fire) came together with Marine Corps Instillations West and tenant commands aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton to conduct a Wild land Firefighting Exercise at the Las Pulgas Lake, May 10.  This annual training has been held here since 2008, after severe fires broke out in Oct. MORE
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