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CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. -- The 1st Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion Highlanders controlled the field and finished victorious, 28 – 8 against the 1st Marine Logistics Group Beast, during the 2nd week of the Commanding Generals Cup Football League, at the Paige Fieldhouse football field, Aug. 19.
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CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. -- The 1st Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion Highlanders controlled the field and finished victorious, 28 – 8 against the 1st Marine Logistics Group Beast, during the 2nd week of the Commanding Generals Cup Football League, at the Paige Fieldhouse football field, Aug. 19.
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CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. -- A volunteer beach clean-up day was held at Del Mar Beach here Aug. 16. 

The event included, free T-shirts, pizza, and drinks.

"We are thankful for all of the volunteers that came to help us out today," said Chantel Sadler, a field brand manager for Barefoot Wine.
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CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. -- The Missoula Children's Theatre visited Camp Pendleton to audition, rehearse, and perform the Rapunzel play at the base theater here, Aug. 11-16.

According to the MCT website, for more than 40 years, the Missoula Children's Theatre has opened both hearts and minds of children to the possibility of achievement through creativity and teamwork that they learn during the theatrical process.

(Photo by: Sgt. Trevon S. Peracca)
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Marine families attend a vendor fair hosted by Marine Corps Community Services, at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Aug. 15. Thirty vendors participated in the two-hour event, which was held to enhance sales for the Country Store and raise awareness about its services. The store is in Camp Pendleton's Mainside area and hosts a number of restaurants, a beverage shop, a grocery store and tailoring services. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Shaltiel Dominguez/ Released)
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Landon, five, befriends a mascot during a vendor fair hosted by Marine Corps Community Services, at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Aug. 15. Thirty vendors participated in the two-hour event, which was held to enhance sales for the Country Store and raise awareness about its services. The store is in Camp Pendleton's Mainside area and hosts a number of restaurants, a beverage shop, a grocery store and tailoring services. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Shaltiel Dominguez/ Released)
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Sam, four, waves to a mascot during a vendor fair hosted by Marine Corps Community Services, at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Aug. 15. Thirty vendors participated in the two-hour event, which was held to enhance sales for the Country Store and raise awareness about its services. The store is in Camp Pendleton's Mainside area and hosts a number of restaurants, a beverage shop, a grocery store and tailoring services. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Shaltiel Dominguez/ Released)
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CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. -- The Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton Spartans defeated the 11th Marines Cannon Cockers 26 - 7 during the first game of the Commanding General's Cup Camp Pendleton Tackle Football League. Despite a close first half, the Spartans gained momentum by using a powerful run game to put them ahead 12 - 7. The Spartans plowed through the defense with two rushing touchdowns in the third quarter to take the lead at 18 - 7. They then secured their victory with a 20 yard pass in the fourth quarter, shutting down the already struggling Cannon Cocker defense. Teams from various units on base compete on the gridiron every Tuesday. For more information on the teams schedules visit www.mccscp.com/athletics/
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CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. -- The Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton Spartans defeated the 11th Marines Cannon Cockers 26 - 7 during the first game of the Commanding General's Cup Camp Pendleton Tackle Football League. Despite a close first half, the Spartans gained momentum by using a powerful run game to put them ahead 12 - 7. The Spartans plowed through the defense with two rushing touchdowns in the third quarter to take the lead at 18 - 7. They then secured their victory with a 20 yard pass in the fourth quarter, shutting down the already struggling Cannon Cocker defense. Teams from various units on base compete on the gridiron every Tuesday. For more information on the teams schedules visit www.mccscp.com/athletics/
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The Secretary of Defense, Chuck Hagel, visits Pendleton as one of the stops during a routine military installations tour Aug. 12.  

Transition is a high priority for the Department of Defense, so while here, Hagel briefly monitored two of the Transition Readiness Program classes before speaking to the attendees.

“Don’t ever underestimate the value of your experience … leadership, common sense and staying cool when there’s a crisis,” said Hagel to the pre-retirement class.  “These are values added that (non-military) people do not have.” 

He thanked the Marines for their service and wished them good luck in their future endeavors before heading to the air station where he conducted a town hall meeting with service members.
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The Secretary of Defense, Chuck Hagel, visits Pendleton as one of the stops during a routine military installations tour Aug. 12.  

Transition is a high priority for the Department of Defense, so while here, Hagel briefly monitored two of the Transition Readiness Program classes before speaking to the attendees.

“Don’t ever underestimate the value of your experience … leadership, common sense and staying cool when there’s a crisis,” said Hagel to the pre-retirement class.  “These are values added that (non-military) people do not have.” 

He thanked the Marines for their service and wished them good luck in their future endeavors before heading to the air station where he conducted a town hall meeting with service members.
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Mark Anthony Reina and Priscilla Reina handle a multiple grenade launcher from a static display during a Jane Wayne Day event at the School of Infantry here, Aug. 9.

The day started off with one group breaking off to learn how to operate different weapons systems such as the M16 service rifle and the M9 service pistols using the Indoor Simulated Marksmanship Trainer. They travelled to Range 210C to conduct a live-fire shoot with the M27 Infantry Automatic Rifle.

"It was a fun experience," said Kaylee Walter, whose husband serves as the executive officer for India Company, Marine Combat Training Battalion, SOI-W. "It was surprising how heavy the weapon was and how hard it was to hit the target. It really gave me a whole new understanding and appreciation as to what my husband does."
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Loved ones and family members of Marines ride a light armored vehicle during a Jane Wayne Day event at the School of Infantry here, Aug. 9.

The day started off with one group breaking off to learn how to operate different weapons systems such as the M16 service rifle and the M9 service pistols using the Indoor Simulated Marksmanship Trainer. They travelled to Range 210C to conduct a live-fire shoot with the M27 Infantry Automatic Rifle.

"It was a fun experience," said Kaylee Walter, whose husband serves as the executive officer for India Company, Marine Combat Training Battalion, SOI-W. "It was surprising how heavy the weapon was and how hard it was to hit the target. It really gave me a whole new understanding and appreciation as to what my husband does."
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Amanda Rogers, sister of Sgt. Matthew Rogers, a combat instructor with Advanced Infantry Training Battalion, School of Infantry-West, rides a light armored vehicle during a Jane Wayne Day event at the School of Infantry here, Aug. 9.

The day started off with one group breaking off to learn how to operate different weapons systems such as the M16 service rifle and the M9 service pistols using the Indoor Simulated Marksmanship Trainer. They travelled to Range 210C to conduct a live-fire shoot with the M27 Infantry Automatic Rifle.

"It was a fun experience," said Kaylee Walter, whose husband serves as the executive officer for India Company, Marine Combat Training Battalion, SOI-W. "It was surprising how heavy the weapon was and how hard it was to hit the target. It really gave me a whole new understanding and appreciation as to what my husband does."
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Staff Sgt. Ryan Kresan, platoon sergeant with Assault Amphibian School Battalion, shakes hands with Teagan Perkins, four, inside an amphibious assault vehicle during a Jane Wayne Day event at the School of Infantry here, Aug. 9.

The day started off with one group breaking off to learn how to operate different weapons systems such as the M16 service rifle and the M9 service pistols using the Indoor Simulated Marksmanship Trainer. They travelled to Range 210C to conduct a live-fire shoot with the M27 Infantry Automatic Rifle.

"It was a fun experience," said Kaylee Walter, whose husband serves as the executive officer for India Company, Marine Combat Training Battalion, SOI-W. "It was surprising how heavy the weapon was and how hard it was to hit the target. It really gave me a whole new understanding and appreciation as to what my husband does."
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Marines and their loved ones participate in a rock climbing event during a Jane Wayne Day event at the School of Infantry here, Aug. 9.

The day started off with one group breaking off to learn how to operate different weapons systems such as the M16 service rifle and the M9 service pistols using the Indoor Simulated Marksmanship Trainer. They travelled to Range 210C to conduct a live-fire shoot with the M27 Infantry Automatic Rifle.

"It was a fun experience," said Kaylee Walter, whose husband serves as the executive officer for India Company, Marine Combat Training Battalion, SOI-W. "It was surprising how heavy the weapon was and how hard it was to hit the target. It really gave me a whole new understanding and appreciation as to what my husband does."
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