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2012 Hiring Hero’s Career Fair held at Pendleton June 7, 2012 —  The 2012 Hiring Hero’s Career Fair was held at Camp Pendleton’s Pacific Views Event Center, June 6. The fair is designed to assist wounded warriors, veterans, active duty military and family members in transitioning from the military life into a job that fits them in the civilian sector. “All job seekers were provided with extended career MORE
New policy letter prohibits motorcycle lane-splitting throughout MCI-West June 7, 2012 — Effective immediately, all motorcyclists driving aboard Marine Corps Installations - West bases or stations will be prohibited from lane-splitting according to Commanding General’s Policy Letter 1-12 published, June 7.Motorcycles and motorized scooters traveling in the unused space between two lanes of moving or stationary vehicles is commonly MORE
Pendleton keeps "Best of the Best" award under lock and key June 4, 2012 —  Being a member of the world's most elite security force requires immeasurable sacrifice, dedication and professionalism, but becoming the best of the best is, most certainly, more difficult. The American Correctional Association and the Military Corrections Committee will be presenting Staff Sgt. Ryan S. Dunn, a corrections specialist with MORE
2012 World Famous Mud Run returns to Pendleton June 4, 2012 —  For more than 15 years the World Famous Mud Run has been aboard Camp Pendleton growing from one race with 200 people to five races with more than 6,500 participants each and is now a part of the Marine Special Operations Command Hard Corps Race Series. The race was developed in order for civilians to come on base to show their support to the MORE
Preventing juvenile mischief on Pendleton June 4, 2012 —  Every parent of a school-aged child knows the end of May means finding a way to keep their child entertained, safe and out of trouble for the upcoming summer vacation months. “The end of the school year has historically coincided with a rise in juvenile offenses such as graffiti/vandalisms and other misconduct,” said Lt. Col. Bryan Wood, provost MORE
War fighters, students gain corporate level business education June 4, 2012 —  Wounded Warrior Battalion-West hosted a Marine Corps Continuous Process Improvement (CPI) Green Belt Class at the wounded warrior compound on Camp Pendleton, June 1. The five-day class focused on leading small events to improve internal processes by learning and practicing quality tools through simulations. “Some of the tools we teach are MORE
Wounded Warriors, families connect with first ever Warrior Family Games June 4, 2012 —  More than 200 wounded warriors, their spouses and dependents participated in Camp Pendleton’s first Warrior Family Games at the Wounded Warrior Battalion-West compound here, June 1. The event, loosely based on the military’s annual Warrior Games, featured various sports and other physical activities, including rock climbing, tennis, track races, MORE

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