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Retired Master Sgt. Daniel Ramos, with his dog Top, displays the shadow box he received upon his retirement from the Marine Corps and photos from various times and places during his career.

Ramos was a combat engineer and the first member of his family to join the armed services.  His son Daniel Ramos Jr. recieved his commission into the Navy May 23, 2014.
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Courtesy photo Master Sgts. Allessi and Ramos in Iraq, 2005.
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Daniel Ramos at home in Fallbrook, Calif., with his children Daniel and Terri in 1994.
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Photo courtesy of Chief Robert T. Johnson
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CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. - Three teams of two competed for the title of the Culinary Team of the Quarter at the 31 Area Mess Hall on Edson Range here June 11. The winners for this quarter were Team 1, Dustin Delmar and Anthony Stewart who work at the 33 Area Mess Hall here.

The competition is a two-day event.  On the first day, 12 teams competed in a book test and a Jeopardy-style quiz. Only four teams qualified to move on to the cooking portion of the competition the following day.

The theme of the cooking competition this third quarter was barbeque, and each team was expected to make a protein dish using chicken or pork, cornbread and a salad. For the first time this quarter the competition included 45 minutes of assistance to each team from guest chef Rahm Fama.

This competition is used not only as an training tool, but also to build camaraderie among the food service community, said Donovan Brown, the Marine Corps Installations West regional executive chef.

From Left to Right: 2nd place winners Cpl. Katherine Castaneda and Lance Cpl. Stephen Van Hout, 1st place winners Dustin Delmar and  Anthony Stewart, and 3rd place winners Sgt. Raphael Castillo and Sgt. Matthew Mata.
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CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. - Three teams of two competed for the title of the Culinary Team of the Quarter at the 31 Area Mess Hall on Edson Range here June 11. The winners for this quarter were Team 1, Dustin Delmar and Anthony Stewart who work at the 33 Area Mess Hall here.

The competition is a two-day event.  On the first day, 12 teams competed in a book test and a Jeopardy-style quiz. Only four teams qualified to move on to the cooking portion of the competition the following day.

The theme of the cooking competition this quarter was barbeque and each team was expected to make a protein dish using chicken or pork, cornbread and a salad. This quarter the competition included 45 minutes of assistance to each team from guest chef Rahm Fama.

This competition is used not only as an training tool, but also to build camaraderie among the food service community, said Donovan Brown, the Marine Corps Installations West Regional executive chef.

From Left to Right: Col. Jeff Arruda, Anthony Stewart, Dustin Delmar, Donovan Brown.
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CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. - Oliver North, a retired Marine Corps colonel, meets retired Marine Lt. Col. Ken Graham at the Pacific Views Marine Corps Exchange here June 7.

Pendleton is among the first stops for North as part of his book promotion tour where he will travel across the country making more than 40 stops.  North said it was an easy decision to make Pendleton an early stop because "it is all about the Marines."

North is a best-selling author and host of the TV show War Stories. Graham served in the Marine Corps during the same time as North.
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CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. - Oliver North, a retired Marine Corps colonel, meets with and signs a copy of his new book for Navy Capt. Barbra Trunzo at the Pacific Views Marine Corps Exchange here June 7.

Pendleton is among the first stops for North as part of his book promotion tour where he will travel across the country making more than 40 stops.  North said it was an easy decision to make Pendleton an early stop because "it is all about the Marines."

North is a best-selling author and host of the TV show War Stories.  Trunzo works at the Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton.
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Georges St-Pierre, mixed martial artist and UFC world champion, meets Marine volunteers and runners at the 22nd World Famous Mud Run on Camp Pendleton June 8. St-Pierre took photos and signed autographs for Mud Run racers and service members during the visit.
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Georges St-Pierre, mixed martial artist and UFC world champion, meets Marine volunteers and runners at the 22nd World Famous Mud Run on Camp Pendleton June 8. St-Pierre took photos and signed autographs for Mud Run racers and service members during the visit.
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Georges St-Pierre, mixed martial artist and UFC world champion, meets Marine volunteers and runners at the 22nd World Famous Mud Run on Camp Pendleton June 8. St-Pierre took photos and signed autographs for Mud Run racers and service members during the visit.
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Georges St-Pierre, mixed martial artist and UFC world champion, meets Marine volunteers and runners at the 22nd World Famous Mud Run on Camp Pendleton June 8. St-Pierre took photos and signed autographs for Mud Run racers and service members during the visit.
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Georges St-Pierre, mixed martial artist and UFC world champion, meets Marine volunteers and runners at the 22nd World Famous Mud Run on Camp Pendleton June 8. St-Pierre took photos and signed autographs for Mud Run racers and service members during the visit.
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Georges St-Pierre, mixed martial artist and UFC world champion, meets Marine volunteers and runners at the 22nd World Famous Mud Run on Camp Pendleton June 8. St-Pierre took photos and signed autographs for Mud Run racers and service members during the visit.
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Georges St-Pierre, mixed martial artist and UFC world champion, meets Marine volunteers and runners at the 22nd World Famous Mud Run on Camp Pendleton June 8. St-Pierre took photos and signed autographs for Mud Run racers and service members during the visit.
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Roger Lankheet, simulation specialist, Staff Education and Training Department, briefs Surgeon General of the Navy, Vice Admiral Matthew Nathan about the ultra sound training device in the simulation center during a tour of Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton June 5, 2014.  The 440 square foot sim center features capabilities to provide realistic training for NHCP and area command medical staff members on adult and child mannequins.
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