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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
Commanders receive devices to test blood-alcohol levels April 03, 2013 — Base officials began issuing blood-alcohol testing devices to unit commanders here April 1, moving forward with a Corpswide screening program scheduled to be fully implemented by summer.  The Alcomate Premium breath alcohol testers will be used to deter Marines from having measurable amounts of alcohol in their system during duty hours.  “A lot of MORE
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Corps deters excessive drinking with alcohol screenings
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
Ironman competition rides through Pendleton April 02, 2013 — More than 2,400 Marines and civilians dove into the Oceanside harbor to emerge from the cold Pacific water1.2-miles later, marking the start of the 14th annual Ironman 70.3 Oceanside Calif. triathlon March 30.  “This is our most popular 70.3 in the U.S.,” said Roch Frey, the director of operations for Ironman. “I think a major aspect to this race, MORE
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Ironman competition rides through Pendleton
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

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