Banner Icon could not be loaded.


Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton

Camp Pendleton News
Infantry Immersion Trainer February 27, 2014 — The Infantry Immersion Trainer is a facility meant for hands-on practical application of tactical skills and decision making.The purpose of the trainer is to put Marines into a realistic environment to prepare them for deployments. "If Marines believe they are in danger they will duck away from it and react," said Robert Thielen, the site manager MORE
Premarital seminar helps diffuse common marital landmines February 21, 2014 — The Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton hosted a premarital seminar at the Blinder Memorial Chapel, Feb. 19 for military couples considering marriage.The seminar, titled “P.S., before you say I do,” helps educate Marines, sailors and their significant others about potential stressors and difficulties that could arise during the early stages of marriage. MORE
Marine Corps Marathon February 19, 2014 — Marine Corps Marathon active duty and reserve registration has begun. Limited quantity of entries should go quickly. Remember, only a confirmation email assures registration status, not entering a credit card number. Use this link for quick access: MORE
The Assistant Secretary of the Navy-Energy, Installations, Environment visits Pendleton February 15, 2014 — The Assistant Secretary of the Navy-Energy, Installations and Environment, Dennis V. McGinn, visited Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton Feb. 13. McGinn visited to view the energy projects on Camp Pendleton and speak about the energy goals for the future.“The Secretary of the Navy, the commandant and the chain of command is focusing on energy,” said MORE
NHCP Stresses Getting Pertussis Vaccine February 6, 2014 — FROM NAVAL HOSPITAL CAMP PENDLETON:In December, Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton reported that two staff members were identified with clinically presumptive cases of pertussis (also known as whooping cough).  After extensive screening and testing no additional cases were found according to the NHCP Director of Public Health Navy Capt. (Dr.) Todd MORE
TRICARE Service Centers to Close Nation-wide February 5, 2014 — All TRICARE Service Centers in the United States will end administrative walk-in services April 1, 2014, according the Defense Health Agency website.     There are two TSCs aboard the base; one at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton located near the main gate and one at the Joint Reception Center on main side.     This change does not affect TRICARE MORE