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Spectators watch the teams compete at the Boiling Points competition held at the Del Mar Fairgrounds April 16. Boiling Points is a competition hosted by Aaron Williams, which challenged the Marine Corps, Army, Navy and Coast Guard to go head-to-head in a 45-minute cooking competition. The Marine team took 1st place with their dish of an appetizer of fried eggplant and seared scallop caprese, and an entrée of seared duck, sweet potatoes and a fruit medley with a star fruit and horn melon sauce.
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Gunnery Sgt. Matthew Jacobs and Staff Sgt. Karla Arce prepare their meal while judge Troy Johnson taunts them at the Boiling Points competition held at the Del Mar Fairgrounds April 16. Boiling Points is a competition hosted by Aaron Williams, the corporate division chef for Food Fanatics, Los Angeles. The competition challenged the Marine Corps, Army, Navy and Coast Guard to go head-to-head in a 45-minute cooking competition. The Marine team took 1st place with their dish of an appetizer of fried eggplant and seared scallop caprese, and an entrée of seared duck, sweet potatoes and a fruit medley with a star fruit and horn melon sauce. Jacobs is the enlisted aid for the I Marine Expeditionary Force’s commanding general, Arce is the enlisted aide for MCI West and Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton’s commanding general and Johnson is a Food Network judge.
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Chefs from the Marine Corps Installations West region wait for the winners to be announced at the Boiling Points competition held at the Del Mar Fairgrounds April 16. Boiling Points is a competition hosted by Aaron Williams, the corporate division chef for Food Fanatics, Los Angeles. The competition challenged the Marine Corps, Army, Navy and Coast Guard to go head-to-head in a 45-minute cooking competition. The Marine team took 1st place with their dish of an appetizer of fried eggplant and seared scallop caprese, and an entrée of seared duck, sweet potatoes and a fruit medley with a star fruit and horn melon sauce.
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Aaron Williams presents Gunnery Sgt. Matthew Jacobs with the 1st place trophy during the Boiling Points competition held at the Del Mar Fairgrounds April 16. Boiling Points is a competition hosted by Aaron Williams, the corporate division chef for Food Fanatics, Los Angeles. The competition challenged the Marine Corps, Army, Navy and Coast Guard to go head-to-head in a 45-minute cooking competition. The Marine team took 1st place with their dish of an appetizer of fried eggplant and seared scallop caprese, and an entrée of seared duck, sweet potatoes and a fruit medley with a star fruit and horn melon sauce. Jacobs is the enlisted aid for the I Marine Expeditionary Force’s commanding general.
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Gunnery Sgt. Justin Bell and Sgt. Arturo Torres cook during the Boiling Points competition held at the Del Mar Fairgrounds April 16. Boiling Points is a competition hosted by Aaron Williams, the corporate division chef for Food Fanatics, Los Angeles. The competition challenged the Marine Corps, Army, Navy and Coast Guard to go head-to-head in a 45-minute cooking competition. The Marine team took 1st place with their dish of an appetizer of fried eggplant and seared scallop caprese, and an entrée of seared duck, sweet potatoes and a fruit medley with a star fruit and horn melon sauce. Bell is the enlisted aide for the Marine Corps Recruit Depot’s commanding general and Torres is the chief cook for the 62 Area Mess hall on Camp Pendleton.
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Aaron Williams holds up a sweet potato with knives, which will determine the order the teams will begin cooking at the Boiling Points competition held at the Del Mar Fairgrounds April 16. Boiling Points is a competition hosted by Aaron Williams, the corporate division chef for Food Fanatics, Los Angeles. The competition challenged the Marine Corps, Army, Navy and Coast Guard to go head-to-head in a 45-minute cooking competition. The Marine team took 1st place with their dish of an appetizer of fried eggplant and seared scallop caprese, and an entrée of seared duck, sweet potatoes and a fruit medley with a star fruit and horn melon sauce.
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Representatives for Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton, the unit awarded with Large Unit Volunteer of the Year award, pose with Brig. Gen. John W. Bullard, commanding general of Marine Corps Installations-West, during the 2014 Volunteer Recognition Ceremony at the Pacific Views Event Center April 10. More than 6,000 military and civilian volunteers from several units on Camp Pendleton accumulated a total of 110,461 hours of volunteer service in 2013.
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Representatives for Combat Logistics Battalion-11, the unit awarded with Small Unit Volunteer of the Year award, pose with Brig. Gen. John W. Bullard, commanding general of Marine Corps Installations-West, during the 2014 Volunteer Recognition Ceremony at the Pacific Views Event Center April 10.More than 6,000 military and civilian volunteers from several units on Camp Pendleton accumulated a total of 110,461 hours of volunteer service in 2013.
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Cara, the 9-year-old recipient of the Youth Volunteer of the Year award, poses with Brig. Gen. John W. Bullard, commanding general of Marine Corps Installations-West, during the 2014 Volunteer Recognition Ceremony at the Pacific Views Event Center April 10.More than 6,000 military and civilian volunteers from several units on Camp Pendleton accumulated a total of 110,461 hours of volunteer service in 2013.
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Petty Officer 1st Class Eric Foster, recipient of the Active Duty Volunteer of the Year award, poses with Brig. Gen. John W. Bullard, commanding general of Marine Corps Installations-West, during the 2014 Volunteer Recognition Ceremony at the Pacific Views Event Center April 10. More than 6,000 military and civilian volunteers from several units on Camp Pendleton accumulated a total of 110,461 hours of volunteer service in 2013.
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Representatives for Words of Comfort, Hope and Promise, the team awarded with the Team Volunteer of the Year award, pose with Brig. Gen. John W. Bullard, commanding general of Marine Corps Installations-West, during the 2014 Volunteer Recognition Ceremony at the Pacific Views Event Center April 10. More than 6,000 military and civilian volunteers from several units on Camp Pendleton accumulated a total of 110,461 hours of volunteer service in 2013.
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Ashley Hendricks, recipient of the Civilian Volunteer of the Year award, poses with Brig. Gen. John W. Bullard, commanding general of Marine Corps Installations-West, during the 2014 Volunteer Recognition Ceremony at the Pacific Views Event Center April 10. More than 6,000 military and civilian volunteers from several units on Camp Pendleton accumulated a total of 110,461 hours of volunteer service in 2013.
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Jessica L. (Garfola) Wright, the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness, visited voting assistance staff members from the Camp Pendleton voting office today during her tour of the installation. “She wanted to familiarize herself with the Marine Corps and Camp Pendleton,” said Jimmie Hoskins, the Marine Corps Installations-West installation voting assistant officer. “She wanted to see a working Marine Corps installation voting office.” Secretary Wright is the senior policy advisor to the Secretary of Defense on recruitment, career development, pay and benefits for 1.4 million active duty military personnel, 1.3 million Guard and Reserve personnel, 680,000 Department of Defense civilians, and is responsible for overseeing the overall state of military readiness.
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Jessica L. (Garfola) Wright, the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness, visited voting assistance staff members from the Camp Pendleton voting office today during her tour of the installation. 

“She wanted to familiarize herself with the Marine Corps and Camp Pendleton,” said Jimmie Hoskins, the Marine Corps Installations-West installation voting assistant officer. “She wanted to see a working Marine Corps installation voting office.”

Secretary Wright is the senior policy advisor to the Secretary of Defense on recruitment, career development, pay and benefits for 1.4 million active duty military personnel, 1.3 million Guard and Reserve personnel, 680,000 Department of Defense civilians, and is responsible for overseeing the overall state of military readiness.
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Jessica L. (Garfola) Wright, the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness, visited voting assistance staff members from the Camp Pendleton voting office today during her tour of the installation. 

“She wanted to familiarize herself with the Marine Corps and Camp Pendleton,” said Jimmie Hoskins, the Marine Corps Installations-West installation voting assistant officer. “She wanted to see a working Marine Corps installation voting office.”

Secretary Wright is the senior policy advisor to the Secretary of Defense on recruitment, career development, pay and benefits for 1.4 million active duty military personnel, 1.3 million Guard and Reserve personnel, 680,000 Department of Defense civilians, and is responsible for overseeing the overall state of military readiness.
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Brig. Gen. John W. Bullard comments during the opening ceremony of the Commanding General's Invitational Golf Tournament held at the Marine Memorial Golf Course, April 7. The tournament is held twice a year and is open to the localcommunity. For more information on the 18-hole course, please visit mccscp.com/golf or call (760) 725-4653.
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