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CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. -- Marine Corps Installations - West is conducting Exercise Semper Durus 2016, a full-scale, Anti-Terrorism and Force Protection exercise, April 25 – 29.

Semper Durus is a regional command post exercise that is comprised of a series of field training scenarios designed to reinforce operational response capabilities supporting MCI-West installations, tenant commands and families on base.
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. -- Marine Corps Installations - West is conducting Exercise Semper Durus 2016, a full-scale, Anti-Terrorism and Force Protection exercise, April 25 – 29.

Semper Durus is a regional command post exercise that is comprised of a series of field training scenarios designed to reinforce operational response capabilities supporting MCI-West installations, tenant commands and families on base.
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. -- Marine Corps Installations - West is conducting Exercise Semper Durus 2016, a full-scale, Anti-Terrorism and Force Protection exercise, April 25 – 29.

Semper Durus is a regional command post exercise that is comprised of a series of field training scenarios designed to reinforce operational response capabilities supporting MCI-West installations, tenant commands and families on base.
Marines with different sections within Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton compete in a High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle Pull against each other, which is one of the many different Warrior Night events at Red Beach, Camp Pendleton, April 22, 2016. The Warrior Night is a way for Marines in a unit to come together and enjoy each other’s company to harden camaraderie and espirit de corps. (Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Emmanuel Necoechea)
Marines with Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton come together for Warrior Night at Red Beach, Camp Pendleton, April 22, 2016. The Warrior Night is a way for Marines in a unit to enjoy each other’s company in order to harden camaraderie and espirit de corps. (Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Emmanuel Necoechea)
Marines with Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton fly on an MV-22 Osprey to Red Beach, Camp Pendleton to start Warrior Night, April 22, 2016. The Warrior Night is a way for Marines in a unit to come together and enjoy each other’s company to harden camaraderie and espirit de corps. (Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Emmanuel Necoechea)
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. – Marine Corps Installations - West is conducting Exercise Semper Durus 2016, a full-scale, all-hazards, Anti-Terrorism and Force Protection exercise, April 25 – 29. Semper Durus is a regional command post exercise that is comprised of a series of field training scenarios designed to reinforce operational response capabilities supporting MCI-West installations, tenant commands and families on base.
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. – Marine Corps Installations - West is conducting Exercise Semper Durus 2016, a full-scale, all-hazards, Anti-Terrorism and Force Protection exercise, April 25 – 29. Semper Durus is a regional command post exercise that is comprised of a series of field training scenarios designed to reinforce operational response capabilities supporting MCI-West installations, tenant commands and families on base.
Base personnel manage an Emergency Operations Center, June 18 as part of Exercise Semper Durus, a full-scale base Force Protection exercise from June 15 – 19. Semper Durus is a regional command post exercise and is comprised of a series of field training scenarios designed to improve regional command and control, enhance interagency coordination, and improve installation capabilities to respond to, and recover from, a crisis event and validate the installation mission assurance all-hazard plan.
The Area Guard, The Provost Marshal Office and the Naval Criminal Investigative Service conducted an active shooter response exercise at the 21-area Single Marine Program building here on June 17. The exercise was conducted in conjunction with Semper Durus, a full-scale base Force Protection exercise.
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. -- Marines from Camp Pendleton’s Single Marine Program visit residents of the Rancho Vista Retirement Home, April 12, 2016.SMP is a program designed to enhance the quality of life of single Marines and Sailors by providing the opportunities for recreation, community involvement and social functions. (Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Emmanuel Necoechea/Released)
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. -- Marines from Camp Pendleton’s Single Marine Program visit residents of the Rancho Vista Retirement Home, April 12, 2016. SMP is a program designed to enhance the quality of life of single Marines and Sailors by providing the opportunities for recreation, community involvement and social functions. (Marine Photo by Lance Cpl. Emmanuel Necoechea/Released)
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. - The Las Pulgas fire first reported at 3:15 p.m. Thursday has grown to 8,000 acres burned and 5% contained. Evacuation orders for Camp Las Pulgas, Camp Margarita, Camp Las Flores and 32 Area remain in effect. The Las Pulgas gate remains closed to all traffic except emergency vehicles. Stuart Mesa Road north of Assault Craft Unit-5 remains closed. Basilone Road from Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton to Camp Horno, as well as Las Pulgas Road remain closed. Ammunition Road aboard Naval Weapons Station Fallbrook also remains closed.
OCEANSIDE, Calif. – Nearly 3,000 athletes from 28 countries ran, swam and cycled their way through Oceanside and Camp Pendleton during the 17th annual Ironman 70.3 Oceanside triathlon, April 2. The triathlon is a test of muscular and cardiovascular endurance that requires competitors to swim 1.2 miles in Oceanside Harbor, bike for 56 miles along the coastline of San Clemente before going through Camp Pendleton, and run 13.1 miles back through Oceanside.
OCEANSIDE, Calif. – Nearly 3,000 athletes from 28 countries ran, swam and cycled their way through Oceanside and Camp Pendleton during the 17th annual Ironman 70.3 Oceanside triathlon, April 2. The triathlon is a test of muscular and cardiovascular endurance that requires competitors to swim 1.2 miles in Oceanside Harbor, bike for 56 miles along the coastline of San Clemente before going through Camp Pendleton, and run 13.1 miles back through Oceanside.
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. – Nearly 3,000 athletes from 28 countries ran, swam and cycled their way through Oceanside and Camp Pendleton during the 17th annual Ironman 70.3 Oceanside triathlon, April 2. The triathlon is a test of muscular and cardiovascular endurance that requires competitors to swim 1.2 miles in Oceanside Harbor, bike for 56 miles along the coastline of San Clemente before going through Camp Pendleton, and run 13.1 miles back through Oceanside.
OCEANSIDE, Calif. – Nearly 3,000 athletes from 28 countries ran, swam and cycled their way through Oceanside and Camp Pendleton during the 17th annual Ironman 70.3 Oceanside triathlon, April 2. The triathlon is a test of muscular and cardiovascular endurance that requires competitors to swim 1.2 miles in Oceanside Harbor, bike for 56 miles along the coastline of San Clemente before going through Camp Pendleton, and run 13.1 miles back through Oceanside.
Corporal Tyler Schneider, a water support technician with Utilities Platoon, Headquarters and Support Company, 7th Engineer Support Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, retrieves the required supplies to maintain a tactical water purification system during a utilities exercise at Red Beach aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 21, 2016. Utilities Platoon conducted an eight-day field exercise which focused on their ability to provide clean water and stable power to a unit located in an environment without standard utility resources. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Carson Gramley/released)
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. – Joe R. Vaineharrison received a Navy Meritorious Civilian Service Award for his exemplary service, March 23. Vaineharrison, a range control officer with the range operations division, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Marine Corps Installations West, received the award from the School of Infantry-West for his service throughout the year of 2015.
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. -- Camp Pendleton hosts the Leader in Me Symposium at Mary Fay Pendleton Elementary School here, March 24, 2016. The Leader in Me Symposium was an event designed to showcase the leadership qualities of students to teachers from all across the nation and to parents of Mary Fay Pendleton students. (Marine Corps Photos by Lance Cpl. Emmanuel Necoechea/Released)