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Main Side receives Cantonment award January 24, 2014 — Brig. Gen. John W. Bullard presented the Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton Cantonment of the Quarter, large camp, award to Col. Michael E. Cordero at the 16-Area pavilion Jan. 24. The plaque has been awarded to Main Side for the 1st quarter of 2014. Bullard is the commanding general of Marine Corps Installations - West, Marine Corps Base Camp MORE
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Main Side receives Cantonment award
State law enforced on Pendleton January 09, 2014 — Vehicle drivers who wish to come aboard Camp Pendleton must possess vehicle insurance and valid identification for base access or face disciplinary actions by receiving points on their records, or not be provided base access.   Drivers are required to provide a valid identification card or driver’s license, vehicle registration, insurance and a MORE
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Marines attend seminar before marriage October 17, 2013 — The Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton hosted a premarital seminar, “P.S., before you say I do,” Oct. 16. The day-long class is designed to address some of the various issues that that often occur in military marriages.   Subject matter experts taught six different classes that covered a variety of strongly suggested topics that service members should MORE
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Premarital seminar held for engaged and newlywed service members
Electric vehicle charging stations on Pendleton October 11, 2013 — A base order has been published addressing users of all-electric and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles concerning electric charging on base, Oct. 3.  MCIWEST-MCB CAMPEN ORDER 11240.1 provides guidance on location, and details on the prohibition of the use of government charging stations.  According to the order, “recharging of electric [government MORE
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Electric vehicle charging stations on Pendleton
Air Support makes bang on range August 15, 2013 — Marines drop to their knees behind a cement barrier as a thunderous explosion sends shrapnel flying through the air. The percussion resonates through the hills of Las Pulgas from Range 109 here.   Twenty-four Marines from Marine Air Support Squadron 3, 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing here, conducted live-fire training with M67 Fragmentation Grenades Aug. MORE
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Air Support Squadron training has explosive results
Special needs children spend Best Day surfing Del Mar Beach August 08, 2013 — The Exceptional Family Member Program partnered with the Best Day Foundation of Orange County to host an activity filled event at Del Mar Beach here Aug. 3 and 4.  “EFMP assists active-duty personnel in providing for the special needs of family members before, during and after relocation required by a change of duty assignment,” said Winona Britt, MORE
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Best Beach Day Event, surfing in the summer sun
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
Marines, soldiers conduct joint exercise on fuel transport June 07, 2013 — Marines and soldiers joined together in Camp Pendleton’s 62-area sierra training site this week for two-week bulk fuel training June 6.  The goal of the exercise is to help Marines and soldiers become technically and tactically proficient in their skills within their military occupation specialty while doing so in a realistic tactical training MORE
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Marines and soldiers conduct joint exercise on fuel transport
Pendleton marks 20 years of muddy running June 03, 2013 — CAMP PENDLETON, Calif.- More than 6,000 service members and civilians splashed, trudged, and waded through 6.2-miles of mud and muck here as the base marked the 20th anniversary of its World Famous Mud Run June 1.    The day began with a simple instruction given by the base commanding general and regional authority for five Marine Corps MORE
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Pendleton marks 20 years of muddy running
Cal Fire trains Marines to combat Wild Land Fires May 10, 2013 — Crew Chiefs Staff Sgt. Brian Dinning and Lance Cpl. Gary Persall count down “Four. Three. Two. One,” as Maj. Mike Davidge, the pilot of CH-46 E helicopter dubbed “Knightrider,” positions it’s whirling blades and fire bucket over Lake Talega during the 6th annual Wild Land Fire Fighting Exercise here May 9.   Marine Medium Helicopter Training MORE
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Wild fire training takes place on Pendleton

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