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Col. Robert W. Gates, Deputy Commander of Marine Corps Installations West, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, was honored during his retirement ceremony, Jan. 30.  Gates enlisted in the Marine Corps in 1980 and served honorably for nearly 35 years.
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Col. Robert W. Gates, Deputy Commander of Marine Corps Installations West, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, was honored during his retirement ceremony, Jan. 30.  Gates enlisted in the Marine Corps in 1980 and served honorably for nearly 35 years.
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Brig. Gen. Edward D. Banta was joined by members of the Browne family for the rededication of the Browne Child Development Center in a ceremony here, Jan. 29. The child development center was named after Capt. Edward R. Browne who died in combat during the Vietnam War, July 1967. Brig. Gen. Banta is Commanding General of Marine Corps Installations West, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton.
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Maj. Gen. Juan G. Ayala, center-right, eats with Marines at the 24 Area Chow Hall during a visit to Camp Pendleton, Jan. 29.

Ayala is the Commanding General of Marine Corps Installations Command.
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Members of the California state legislators' staff view the M249 squad automatic rifle during a tour of Camp Pendleton, Jan. 23.  The staff also viewed other weapons such as the M16 service rifle, M203 grenade launcher and M27 infantry automatic rifle.
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Brig. Gen. Edward D. Banta presents Officer Charles E. Horton with a Meritorious Civilian Service award during an awards ceremony, Jan. 22. Horton saved the life of a newborn infant Aug. 20 by assisting in the birth of the infant and then performing CPR on the infant until it took its first breath. Brig. Gen. Banta is the Commanding General of Marine Corps Installations West/Marine Corps Base.
(Photo by Lance Cpl. Asia J. Sorenson/Released)
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Brig. Gen. Edward D. Banta presents awards for federal length of service accomplishments, retirement and Meritorious Civilian Service during an awards ceremony, Jan. 22. Brig. Gen. Banta is the Commanding General of Marine Corps Installations West/Marine Corps Base.
(Photo by Lance Cpl. Asia J. Sorenson/Released)
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Personal and Professional Development Branch of Marine and Family Programs held the first Transition Resource Fair, here, Jan. 22.
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Michelle Howard, right, shares information about some of the education opportunities that are available to Marines during a Transition Resource Fair held, here, by the Personal and Professional Development Branch of Marine and Family Programs Jan. 22.

Howard is a graduation coordinator with Central Texas College at the Joint Education Center here.
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Steve McClelland, center, shares information about the services Support The Enlisted Project offers Marines who are transitioning our of the military during a Transition Resource Fair held, here, by the Personal and Professional Development Branch of Marine and Family Programs Jan. 22.

McClelland is a communications manager with STEP.
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Alan Willingham, right, spoke with Marines about the importance of documenting any and all medical issues while in the Marine Corps during a Transition Resource Fair held, here, by the Personal and Professional Development Branch of Marine and Family Programs Jan. 22. 

Willingham is a transition service officer with the Disabled American Veterans organization.
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The VITA program provides free individual income tax preparation for all military personnel and family members eligible for legal assistance (e.g. active duty, retirees, activated reservists, and dependents). The program is a partnership between the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the military.
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Army Col. Maxwell Colon, National Commander of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States of America, and his wife, Linda, meet with Brig. Gen. Edward Banta, Commanding General, Marine Corps Installations-West/Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Jan. 16, 2015. Colon is a retired Army Colonel with 32 years of service who served active duty during the Vietnam War and served on the Special Operations Command staff during Desert Shield and Desert Storm.
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Commandant of the Marine Corps Gen. Joseph F. Dunford Jr. announced the selection of Sgt. Maj. Ronald L. Green as the next Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps, Jan. 20, 2015. In this 2011 image, Sgt. Maj. Ronald L. Green, then serving as the Marine Forces Africa sergeant major, speaks to a group of Special Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force 12 Marines and sailors.
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Frank C. Christl of San Clemente was awarded the U.S. Congressional Gold Medal by Brig. Gen. Edward Banta for serving as a Montford Point Marine from 1944-1946 on Jan. 16. 
Christl is included with the Montford Point Marines because as an officer he was instrumental in forming the 5th Depot Company and leading them to Saipan, the invasion of Okinawa, and repatriation duty in Tientsin, China. 
“He is truly among the many brave and selfless Marines whose efforts helped break the barriers of segregation,” Brig. Gen. Edward Banta said about Christl. “The Congressional Gold Medal signifies the highest expression of national appreciation for distinguished achievement.” 
“Thank you for your courage, your leadership, and your direct contribution to our Corps rich history and legacy. We are proud to have you among the ranks who have worn the cloth of our Corps in service of this great nation. Semper Fidelis,” Banta concluded.
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Frank C. Christl of San Clemente was awarded the U.S. Congressional Gold Medal by Brig. Gen. Edward Banta for serving as a Montford Point Marine from 1944-1946 on Jan. 16.
 
Christl is included with the Montford Point Marines because as an officer he was instrumental in forming the 5th Depot Company and leading them to Saipan, the invasion of Okinawa, and repatriation duty in Tientsin, China. 

“He is truly among the many brave and selfless Marines whose efforts helped break the barriers of segregation,” Brig. Gen. Edward Banta said about Christl. “The Congressional Gold Medal signifies the highest expression of national appreciation for distinguished achievement.” 

“Thank you for your courage, your leadership, and your direct contribution to our Corps rich history and legacy. We are proud to have you among the ranks who have worn the cloth of our Corps in service of this great nation. Semper Fidelis,” Banta concluded.
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