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Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton


Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton

"The West Coast's Premiere Expeditionary Training Base"
Camp Pendleton News

July, 2013

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NHCP Holds Residency Programs Graduation July 9, 2013 — The naval hospital here held its annual residency and intern graduation ceremony for its Family Medicine, Pharmacy, Dental and Sports Medicine Departments June 28.At the ceremony, four dental residents, two sports medicine residents, one pharmacy resident, 10 family medicine residents and 13 family medicine interns graduated from their respective MORE
Sparks light night at Fourth of July Beach Bash July 6, 2013 — A sea of patriots wearing red, white and blue spent hours setting up tents and games on Del Mar Beach here for the Fourth of July Beach Bash.As live entertainment played and food-trucks served pizza slices and french fries the beach goers barbequed, played in the ocean and shared in the patriotic celebration.HP, USAA and Ken Grody Ford sponsored MORE
Camp Pendleton encourages protection through Eagle Eyes July 3, 2013 — The base encourages all service members and civilians to watch, report, and protect their community with the United States Marine Corps Eagle Eyes program.The program allows users to report any suspicious and potentially dangerous activities by visiting the Eagle Eyes website or calling their hotline.“The intent of our Eagle Eyes Program is to MORE
Beach Club road to close for construction of Green Beach amphibious maneuver corridor July 3, 2013 — The Beach Club access road, to San Onofre Beach, will be closed for approximately nine months beginning July 8 to construct Green Beach operations access improvements to the Northern Mobility Corridor.Patrons will be required to use the San Onofre State Park access road during the closure.The construction will replace the existing timber trestles MORE
California State Assembly members visit Camp Pendleton July 1, 2013 — California State Assembly members, Oceanside and Vista Council members and Assembly staff members toured and learned about various units here June 28.The visit was requested by Rocky Chavez, an assembly member and vice-chair of Assembly Veterans, in an attempt to provide general knowledge about the base and the Marine Corps to the members. “Camp MORE

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