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CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. -- More than 30 Marines and police officers from the Security and Emergency Service Battalion and the Camp Pendleton Police Department participate in the 2016 Law Enforcement Torch Run in support of the Special Olympics, June 1. Col. Reginald L. Hairston, commanding officer of SES Bn., Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Marine Corps Installations – West, received the Special Olympics torch from runners of the Oceanside Police Department at the Camp Pendleton Main Gate. SES Bn. Marines then relayed the torch in groups and ran it 17 miles to the Orange County Sheriff’s Police Department in San Clemente.
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. -- Col. Reginald L. Hairston, commanding officer of SES Bn., Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Marine Corps Installations – West, receives the Special Olympics torch from runners of the Oceanside Police Department at the Camp Pendleton Main Gate, June 1. More than 30 Marines and police officers from the Security and Emergency Service Battalion and the Camp Pendleton Police Department participated in the 2016 Law Enforcement Torch Run in support of the Special Olympics.
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. -- Col. Reginald L. Hairston, commanding officer of SES Bn., Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Marine Corps Installations – West, receives the Special Olympics torch from runners of the Oceanside Police Department at the Camp Pendleton Main Gate, June 1. More than 30 Marines and police officers from the Security and Emergency Service Battalion and the Camp Pendleton Police Department participated in the 2016 Law Enforcement Torch Run in support of the Special Olympics.
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. -- More than 30 Marines and police officers from the Security and Emergency Service Battalion and the Camp Pendleton Police Department participate in the 2016 Law Enforcement Torch Run in support of the Special Olympics, June 1. Col. Reginald L. Hairston, commanding officer of SES Bn., Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Marine Corps Installations – West, received the Special Olympics torch from runners of the Oceanside Police Department at the Camp Pendleton Main Gate. SES Bn. Marines then relayed the torch in groups and ran it 17 miles to the Orange County Sheriff’s Police Department in San Clemente.
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. -- Members of the Oceanside Police Department relay a torch to Marines from Security and Emergency Service Battalion and the Camp Pendleton Police Department during the 2016 Law Enforcement Torch Run in support of the Special Olympics, June 1. Col. Reginald L. Hairston, commanding officer of SES Bn., Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Marine Corps Installations – West, received the Special Olympics torch from runners of the Oceanside Police Department at the Camp Pendleton Main Gate. SES Bn. Marines then relayed the torch and ran it 17 miles to the Orange County Sheriff’s Police Department in San Clemente.
Jackie Murphy, 31 Area Mess Hall General Manager, and Natalie Williams, 31 Area Mess Hall Production Manager, shake hands with Brig. Gen. Edward D. Banta, Commanding General, Marine Corps Installations-West, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, during a ceremony naming Camp Pendleton’s 31 Area Edson Range Mess Hall the Maj. Gen. William Pendleton Thompson Hill Award winners for best full food service mess hall in the Marine Corps, May 31. 

The W.P.T. Hill Award was established in 1985 to improve food service operation and recognize the best messes in the Marine Corps.
Camp Pendleton’s 31 Area Edson Range Mess Hall received the Maj. Gen. William Pendleton Thompson Hill Award for best full food service mess hall in the Marine Corps, May 31. The W.P.T. Hill Award was established in 1985 to improve food service operation and recognize the best messes in the Marine Corps.
Camp Pendleton’s 31 Area Edson Range Mess Hall received the Maj. Gen. William Pendleton Thompson Hill Award for best full food service mess hall in the Marine Corps, May 31. The W.P.T. Hill Award was established in 1985 to improve food service operation and recognize the best messes in the Marine Corps.
Camp Pendleton’s 31 Area Edson Range Mess Hall received the Maj. Gen. William Pendleton Thompson Hill Award for best full food service mess hall in the Marine Corps, May 31. The W.P.T. Hill Award was established in 1985 to improve food service operation and recognize the best messes in the Marine Corps.
Brig. Gen. Edward D. Banta, Commanding General, Marine Corps Installations-West, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, speaks during a ceremony naming Camp Pendleton’s 31 Area Edson Range Mess Hall the Maj. Gen. William Pendleton Thompson Hill Award winners for best full food service mess hall in the Marine Corps, May 31. The W.P.T. Hill Award was established in 1985 to improve food service operation and recognize the best messes in the Marine Corps.
Sgt. Maj. Julio Meza, sergeant major, Marine Corps Installations - West, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, speaks during a ceremony naming Camp Pendleton’s 31 Area Edson Range Mess Hall the Maj. Gen. William Pendleton Thompson Hill Award winners for best full food service mess hall in the Marine Corps, May 31. 

The W.P.T. Hill Award was established in 1985 to improve food service operation and recognize the best messes in the Marine Corps.
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. -- Native American Drum players perform during Camp Pendleton's Multi-Cultural Day at the Mainside Patio here, May 26. More than 40 Marines and civilians with Marine Corps Installations - West, 1st Marine Division, 1st Marine Logistics Group and I Marine Expeditionary Force set up booths and exhibits in order to foster a sense of unity among the diverse groups serving within the military.
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. -- Brig. Gen. Edward D. Banta, Commanding General, Marine Corps Installations - West, examines the National American Indian Heritage Month exhibit during Camp Pendleton's Multi-Cultural Day at the Mainside Patio here, May 26. More than 40 Marines and civilians with Marine Corps Installations - West, 1st Marine Division, 1st Marine Logistics Group and I Marine Expeditionary Force set up booths and exhibits in order to foster a sense of unity among the diverse groups serving within the military.
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. --  Master Sgt. Tosha Reed, equal opportunity advisor with I Marine Expeditionary Force, and Sgt. Abbey Idalski, inspector general clerk with I MEF, showcase the Women's History Month exhibit during Camp Pendleton's Multi-Cultural Day at the Mainside Patio here, May 26. More than 40 Marines and civilians with Marine Corps Installations - West, 1st Marine Division, 1st Marine Logistics Group and I MEF set up booths and exhibits in order to foster a sense of unity among the diverse groups serving within the military.
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. -- Camp Pendleton hosts a Multi-Cultural Day to celebrate the contributions of the different cultures in the United States and the military at the Mainside Patio here, May 26. More than 40 Marines and civilians with Marine Corps Installations - West, 1st Marine Division, 1st Marine Logistics Group and I Marine Expeditionary Force set up booths and exhibits in order to foster a sense of unity among the diverse groups serving within the military.
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. -- Camp Pendleton hosts a Multi-Cultural Day to celebrate the contributions of the different cultures in the United States and the military at the Mainside Patio here, May 26. More than 40 Marines and civilians with Marine Corps Installations - West, 1st Marine Division, 1st Marine Logistics Group and I Marine Expeditionary Force set up booths and exhibits in order to foster a sense of unity among the diverse groups serving within the military.
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. -- A Mariachi band performs during Camp Pendleton's Multi-Cultural Day at the Mainside Patio here, May 26. More than 40 Marines and civilians with Marine Corps Installations - West, 1st Marine Division, 1st Marine Logistics Group and I Marine Expeditionary Force set up booths and exhibits in order to foster a sense of unity among the diverse groups serving within the military.
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. -- General Robert Neller, Commandant, United States Marine Corps, visits Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton, May 24.
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. -- General Robert Neller, Commandant, United States Marine Corps, shakes hands with Brig. Gen. Edward Banta, Commanding General, Marine Corps Installations - West, during a tour of Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton, May 24.
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. – The Camp Pendleton fire Department conducted a hazard reduction burn here, May 21. The hazard reduction burn was conducted to improve firefighter and public safety, protect property and minimize smoke impacts in the 52 Area, San Clemente and the I-5 Freeway. The burn aims to protect base property and the natural habitat by decreasing the possibility of human caused ignitions and limiting the severity and size of potential wildfires.