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America's Forgotten Heroes, a non-profit organization committed to raising awareness of the service and sacrifice military working dog handlers provide to their country, attended a memorial at Pacific Views Event Center's Memorial Garden here, Aug. 9.  

The Dawgs Project, a company dedicated to military working dog handlers of all services, unveiled a memorial to commemorate K-9 handling service.
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2nd Lt. Benjamin Maple, the kennel master with the Marine Corps Police Department Camp Pendleton K-9 Unit, gives a speech at a memorial dedication with his daughter Taylor Star Maple, 6 at the Pacific Views Event Center’s Memorial Garden here, Aug. 9.  The Dawgs Project, a company dedicated to military working dog handlers of all services, unveiled the memorial to commemorate K-9 handling service members.
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Sgt. Stevens Filiciano, a military working dog handler with Marine Corps Police Department Camp Pendleton K-9 Unit, plays with his dog Robi at a memorial to honor dog handlers at Pacific Views Event Center's Memorial Garden here, Aug. 9.  The Dawgs Project, a company dedicated to military working dog handlers of all services, unveiled a memorial to commemorate K-9 handling service members.
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Two 'gold star' mothers, Julie Schrock (left) and Tammie Ashley (right), whose sons paid the ultimate sacrifice for their country, attend a memorial in honor of military working dog handlers at the Pacific Views Event Center's Memorial Garden here, Aug. 9.  The Dawgs Project, a company dedicated to military working dog handlers of all services, unveiled the memorial to commemorate K-9 handling service members.
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Families attended the Exceptional Family Member Program beach event at Del Mar Beach, Aug. 2-3. 

The Best Day Foundation Orange County Chapter hosted the event for special needs children that are enrolled in the EFMP. The event provided activities such as surfing, body boarding, kayaking and more. 

“For families like us, we don’t have a lot of opportunities for our kids to experience what the normal family might,” said Jolanda Graham, parent and volunteer EFMP family representative.

Involved parents such as Graham also appreciate experienced volunteers who make these activities safe and possible.
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Carlos Gutierrez, an event volunteer, and Tyler, 5, enjoy time in the ocean during the Exceptional Family Member Program beach event at Del Mar Beach, Aug. 2-3. 

The Best Day Foundation Orange County Chapter hosted the event for special needs children that are enrolled in the EFMP. The event provided activities such as surfing, body boarding, kayaking and more. 

“For families like us, we don’t have a lot of opportunities for our kids to experience what the normal family might,” said Jolanda Graham, parent and volunteer EFMP family representative.  

Involved parents such as Graham also appreciate experienced volunteers who make these activities safe and possible.
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Laura Delpena, an event volunteer, and Kaylee, 7, enjoy time in the ocean during the Exceptional Family Member Program beach event at Del Mar Beach, Aug. 2-3. 

The Best Day Foundation Orange County Chapter hosted the event for special needs children that are enrolled in the EFMP. The event provided activities such as surfing, body boarding, kayaking and more. 

“For families like us, we don’t have a lot of opportunities for our kids to experience what the normal family might,” said Jolanda Graham, parent and volunteer EFMP family representative.  

Involved parents such as Graham also appreciate experienced volunteers who make these activities safe and possible.
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Kaelyn, 10, runs through an obstacle course during the Exceptional Family Member Program beach event at Del Mar Beach, Aug. 2-3. 

The Best Day Foundation Orange County Chapter hosted the event for special needs children that are enrolled in the EFMP. The event provided activities such as surfing, body boarding, kayaking and more. 

“For families like us, we don’t have a lot of opportunities for our kids to experience what the normal family might,” said Jolanda Graham, parent and volunteer EFMP family representative.  

Involved parents such as Graham also appreciate experienced volunteers who make these activities safe and possible.
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CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. -- Laura Delpena, an event volunteer, and Kaylee, 7, enjoy time in the ocean during the Exceptional Family Member Program beach event at Del Mar Beach, Aug. 2-3. 

The Best Day Foundation Orange County Chapter hosted the event for special needs children that are enrolled in the EFMP. The event provided activities such as surfing, body boarding, kayaking and more. 

“For families like us, we don’t have a lot of opportunities for our kids to experience what the normal family might,” said Jolanda Graham, parent and volunteer EFMP family representative 

Involved parents such as Graham also appreciate experienced volunteers who make these activities safe and possible.
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Isabella, 5, attended a Sesame Street/USO performance at the Camp Pendleton Base Theater, July 31.

The Sesame Street/USO Experience for Military Families is playing Thursday, July 31 and Friday, August 1 at the base theater for military ID holders and their guests. This year marks the tours fourth year visiting military installations in the U.S. and abroad. 

“The Sesame Street/USO tour was created 6 years ago and we couldn’t be more proud of all the moments we have had at home and abroad. As we celebrate the kick-off of our latest installment and venture out to visit, entertain and uplift even more military families this year,” said John I. Pray, Jr. USO President and CEO. “We are grateful to our family at Sesame Street who not only understand the unique challenges today’s military families face but also share our commitment to supporting them every step of the way.”
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Tyler and Taylor, 3, and Lailah, 13 months, attended a Sesame Street/USO performance at the Camp Pendleton Base Theater, July 31.

The Sesame Street/USO Experience for Military Families is playing Thursday, July 31 and Friday, August 1 at the base theater for military ID holders and their guests. This year marks the tours fourth year visiting military installations in the U.S. and abroad. 

“The Sesame Street/USO tour was created 6 years ago and we couldn’t be more proud of all the moments we have had at home and abroad. As we celebrate the kick-off of our latest installment and venture out to visit, entertain and uplift even more military families this year,” said John I. Pray, Jr. USO President and CEO. “We are grateful to our family at Sesame Street who not only understand the unique challenges today’s military families face but also share our commitment to supporting them every step of the way.”
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Qailyn, 5, and Jayden, 20 months, attended a Sesame Street/USO performance at the Camp Pendleton Base Theater, July 31.


The Sesame Street/USO Experience for Military Families is playing Thursday, July 31 and Friday, August 1 at the base theater for military ID holders and their guests. This year marks the tours fourth year visiting military installations in the U.S. and abroad. 

“The Sesame Street/USO tour was created 6 years ago and we couldn’t be more proud of all the moments we have had at home and abroad. As we celebrate the kick-off of our latest installment and venture out to visit, entertain and uplift even more military families this year,” said John I. Pray, Jr. USO President and CEO. “We are grateful to our family at Sesame Street who not only understand the unique challenges today’s military families face but also share our commitment to supporting them every step of the way.”
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Katie, a military character exclusively designed for military families, greets children during a Sesame Street/USO performance at the Camp Pendleton Base Theater, July 31.



The Sesame Street/USO Experience for Military Families is playing Thursday, July 31 and Friday, Aug. 1 at the base theater for military ID holders and their guests. This year marks the tours fourth year visiting military installations in the U.S. and abroad. 



“The Sesame Street/USO tour was created 6 years ago and we couldn’t be more proud of all the moments we have had at home and abroad. As we celebrate the kick-off of our latest installment and venture out to visit, entertain and uplift even more military families this year,” said John I. Pray, Jr. USO President and CEO. “We are grateful to our family at Sesame Street who not only understand the unique challenges today’s military families face but also share our commitment to supporting them every step of the way.”
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The Sesame Street/USO Experience for Military Families is playing Thursday, July 31 and Friday, August 1 at the base theater for military ID holders and their guests. This year marks the tours fourth year visiting military installations in the U.S. and abroad. 

“The Sesame Street/USO tour was created 6 years ago and we couldn’t be more proud of all the moments we have had at home and abroad. As we celebrate the kick-off of our latest installment and venture out to visit, entertain and uplift even more military families this year,” said John I. Pray, Jr. USO President and CEO. “We are grateful to our family at Sesame Street who not only understand the unique challenges today’s military families face but also share our commitment to supporting them every step of the way.”
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The Sesame Street/USO Experience for Military Families is playing Thursday, July 31 and Friday, August 1 at the base theater for military ID holders and their guests. This year marks the tours fourth year visiting military installations in the U.S. and abroad. 

“The Sesame Street/USO tour was created 6 years ago and we couldn’t be more proud of all the moments we have had at home and abroad. As we celebrate the kick-off of our latest installment and venture out to visit, entertain and uplift even more military families this year,” said John I. Pray, Jr. USO President and CEO. “We are grateful to our family at Sesame Street who not only understand the unique challenges today’s military families face but also share our commitment to supporting them every step of the way.”
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CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. - Brig. Gen. John W. Bullard relinquished command of Marine Corps Installations West and Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton to Brig. Gen. Edward D. Banta during a Change of Command at the 11 Area Parade Field Aug. 1.

Bullard who served as commanding general here since August 2013, acting as both the commanding general for Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton as well as commanding general for MCI-West, is retiring after 31 years of honorable and faithful military service.

Before taking command of MCI-West, Banta served as the commanding general of 2nd Marine Logistics Group in Camp Lejeune, N.C.
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