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Camp Pendleton’s North Terrace Elementary School held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the completion of the school’s new track, Sept. 2. 

The school’s running team provided handmade gifts and cards to Bullock and expressed their gratitude for his hard work.
The ceremony culminated with a celebratory lap by the school’s running team around the new track.
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Completion of MCI courses, including the online courses being transferred, can earn Marines up to 100 additional self-education bonus points on their composite score. A composite score determines promotion from the rank of lance corporal to corporal and corporal to sergeant. MCI’s online courses also include the distance education program courses required for a Marine to be professional military education course complete and eligible for promotion across the ranks.
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A new order was released that grants a total of 126 days of convalescent leave to new mothers in the Marine Corps is now in effect.
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Camp Pendleton offers monthly and quarterly Lean Six Sigma courses for service members providing them with organizational framework, project methodology and performance improvement tools to help units meet goals more efficiently and effectively. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Emmanuel Ramos/Released)
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Staff Sergeant Matthew L. Slade photographs Operation Amped surfers on San Onofre Beach, August 21. Slade is a wounded warrior and student of Wounded Warrior Battalion West’s photography class, fStop. The fStop Warrior Project supports wounded warriors’ recovery and transition through creative self-expression using the art of digital photography.
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Master Sergeant Hugo L. Gonzalez surfs with Operation Amped at San Onofre Beach, August 21. Operation Amped is an annual weekend surfing event open to Wounded Warriors and their families. Operation Amped’s mission is to share the surfing community and the healing potential of surfing with seriously ill, injured, or disabled U.S. military veterans and their families.
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NAVAL AIR STATION NORTH ISLAND, Calif. -- The Honorable Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus hosts a signing ceremony with the Western Area Power Administration and Sempra U.S. Gas & Power at Naval Base Coronado, Aug. 20. The ceremony marked the signing of the largest renewable energy purchase by a federal entity. Patti Wagner, chief executive officer, Sempra U.S. Gas & Power, and Ron Moulton, senior vice president, Western Area Power, acted as representatives of their respective entities.

Distinguished guests were invited to sign a solar panel in honor of the agreement. Brig. Gen. Edward D. Banta, Commanding General, Marine Corps Installations West Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, added his signature to the panel.

(Photo by Cpl. Asia J. Sorenson/Released)
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Camp Pendleton children attend the first day of the school year at Mary Fay Pendleton Elementary School, August 17. Parents of kindergartners were invited to a Back to School morning to ease their children’s transition to the school environment and learn how they could help out at home.
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The Dallas Cowboys watch Marines and role players take part in a demonstration at the Infantry Immersion Trainer, August 12. The Infantry Immersion Trainer is a hands-on, mixed reality training facility that simulates the sights, smells, sounds and feel of a real village, in designated locations. The purpose of the facility is to provide a realistic environment in which to train Marines for deployment.
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The base animal shelter hosted an event during Clear the Shelters day, holding 36 dogs and cats up for adoption at reduced prices, Aug. 15. Other attractions included a military working dogs exhibit, a barbecue lunch and a petting zoo.
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Marines introduce family members to the Marine Corps during the School of Infantry West's Family Day at the 52 Area Fitness Field, August 15. 

Family members were given the opportunity to ride Light Armored Vehicles and Assault Amphibious Vehicles, compete in the Combat Fitness Test, learn about marksmanship and weapons safety in the Indoor Simulated Marksmanship Trainer and travel to Range 210C to shoot the M27 Infantry Automatic Rifle.
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Jim Russell sits in the middle of the The Janice Griffiths Gallery with his rotund service pug, Mr. Beau, resting on his lap. The dim lights and cool interior of the gallery offer both some relief from the heat of the day as Russell recounts his tale of his life journey from military discipline to artistic expression.
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Jim Russell sits in the middle of the The Janice Griffiths Gallery with his rotund service pug, Mr. Beau, resting on his lap. The dim lights and cool interior of the gallery offer both some relief from the heat of the day as Russell recounts his tale of his life journey from military discipline to artistic expression.
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Jim Russell sits in the middle of the The Janice Griffiths Gallery with his rotund service pug, Mr. Beau, resting on his lap. The dim lights and cool interior of the gallery offer both some relief from the heat of the day as Russell recounts his tale of his life journey from military discipline to artistic expression.
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Jim Russell sits in the middle of the The Janice Griffiths Gallery with his rotund service pug, Mr. Beau, resting on his lap. The dim lights and cool interior of the gallery offer both some relief from the heat of the day as Russell recounts his tale of his life journey from military discipline to artistic expression.
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Jim Russell sits in the middle of the The Janice Griffiths Gallery with his rotund service pug, Mr. Beau, resting on his lap. The dim lights and cool interior of the gallery offer both some relief from the heat of the day as Russell recounts his tale of his life journey from military discipline to artistic expression.
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