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Last year, service members were provided with yet another facility to choose from when the 22-area mess hall was built.  

Now, approximately one year and five months later, the mess hall is one of the best on the west coast.

The mess hall staff completed their first inspection in pursuit of the William P.T. Hill award for best garrison mess hall in the Marine Corps here, Aug. 25.

(Photo by Cpl. Keenan Zelazoski)
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There are various traditions in the military to honor and remember service members who’ve died. Monuments like the Vietnam War Memorial, which lists 58,000 names of those who gave the ultimate sacrifice, and the Arlington National Cemetery, home to 400,000 deceased service members, are testaments to those who have served their country.

Paying respect to fallen comrades is a common tradition in militaries across the globe. But the United States Marine Corps has a unique way of honoring their veterans. The honor guard is a team of volunteer Marines who provide a military funeral service for fallen Marines.

The Headquarters and Support Battalion Honor Guard team stands down after three months of providing Honor Guard services to Marine veterans here, Aug. 21.
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The Miramar Air Station Falcons claimed a 19-8 victory in their opening game of the season against the 1st Marine Division Headquarters Battalion Standard Bearers at the Paige Field House football field here, Aug. 26.  The night was a grueling contest starring two defenses that consistently forced fumbles throughout the night.

(Photo by; Cpl. Keenan Zelazoski)
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The Miramar Air Station Falcons claimed a 19-8 victory in their opening game of the season against the 1st Marine Division Headquarters Battalion Standard Bearers at the Paige Field House football field here, Aug. 26.  The night was a grueling contest starring two defenses that consistently forced fumbles throughout the night.

(Photo by; Cpl. Keenan Zelazoski)
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The Miramar Air Station Falcons claimed a 19-8 victory in their opening game of the season against the 1st Marine Division Headquarters Battalion Standard Bearers at the Paige Field House football field here, Aug. 26.  The night was a grueling contest starring two defenses that consistently forced fumbles throughout the night.

(Photo by; Cpl. Keenan Zelazoski)
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The Miramar Air Station Falcons claimed a 19-8 victory in their opening game of the season against the 1st Marine Division Headquarters Battalion Standard Bearers at the Paige Field House football field here, Aug. 26.  The night was a grueling contest starring two defenses that consistently forced fumbles throughout the night.

(Photo by; Cpl. Keenan Zelazoski)
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The Miramar Air Station Falcons claimed a 19-8 victory in their opening game of the season against the 1st Marine Division Headquarters Battalion Standard Bearers at the Paige Field House football field here, Aug. 26.  The night was a grueling contest starring two defenses that consistently forced fumbles throughout the night.

(Photo by; Cpl. Keenan Zelazoski)
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The Miramar Air Station Falcons claimed a 19-8 victory in their opening game of the season against the 1st Marine Division Headquarters Battalion Standard Bearers at the Paige Field House football field here, Aug. 26. The night was a grueling contest starring two defenses that consistently forced turnovers throughout the night.

(Photo by; Cpl. Keenan Zelazoski)
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The Miramar Air Station Falcons claimed a 19-8 victory in their opening game of the season against the 1st Marine Division Headquarters Battalion Standard Bearers at the Paige Field House football field here, Aug. 26.  The night was a grueling contest starring two defenses that consistently forced fumbles throughout the night.

(Photo by; Cpl. Keenan Zelazoski)
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The Miramar Air Station Falcons claimed a 19-8 victory in their opening game of the season against the 1st Marine Division Headquarters Battalion Standard Bearers at the Paige Field House football field here, Aug. 26.  The night was a grueling contest starring two defenses that consistently forced fumbles throughout the night.

(Photo by; Cpl. Keenan Zelazoski)
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The Miramar Air Station Falcons claimed a 19-8 victory in their opening game of the season against the 1st Marine Division Headquarters Battalion Standard Bearers at the Paige Field House football field here, Aug. 26.  The night was a grueling contest starring two defenses that consistently forced fumbles throughout the night.

(Photo by; Cpl. Keenan Zelazoski)
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The Miramar Air Station Falcons claimed a 19-8 victory in their opening game of the season against the 1st Marine Division Headquarters Battalion Standard Bearers at the Paige Field House football field here, Aug. 26.  The night was a grueling contest starring two defenses that consistently forced fumbles throughout the night.

(Photo by; Cpl. Keenan Zelazoski)
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Cpl. Sylina Alexander, left, a global combat supply support clerk with 1st Maintenance Battalion, and Cpl. Landis Reagan, right, a supply and reconstitution noncommissioned officer with 1st Maintenance Battalion, compete in trap shooting during the 2014 Commanding General’s Cup Recreational Shooting Tournament here Aug. 20.

The shooting tournament will continue until Aug. 22., from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. at the Base Skeet and Trap Range 107 near building 25167. Each has a four-member max, and a three-member minimum.

Teams need to register in person at the range in order to schedule a time to compete.
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Lance Cpl. Havier Ruiz, radio technician with 1st Maintenance Battalion competes in trap shooting during the 2014 Commanding General’s Cup Recreational Shooting Tournament here Aug. 20.

The shooting tournament will continue until Aug. 22., from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. at the Base Skeet and Trap Range 107 near building 25167. Each has a four-member max, and a three-member minimum.

Teams need to register in person at the range in order to schedule a time to compete.
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Cpl. Sylina Alexander, a global combat supply support clerk with 1st Maintenance Battalion, competes in trap shooting during the 2014 Commanding General’s Cup Recreational Shooting Tournament here Aug. 20.

The shooting tournament will continue until Aug. 22., from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. at the Base Skeet and Trap Range 107 near building 25167. Each has a four-member max, and a three-member minimum.

Teams need to register in person at the range in order to schedule a time to compete.
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Marines compete in trap shooting during the 2014 Commanding General’s Cup Recreational Shooting Tournament here Aug. 20.

The shooting tournament will continue until Aug. 22., from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. at the Base Skeet and Trap Range 107 near building 25167. Each has a four-member max, and a three-member minimum.

Teams need to register in person at the range in order to schedule a time to compete.
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