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California Pizza Kitchen sent more than 700 Volunteers to assist School of Infantry – West Marines and Sailors to clean and renovate areas of San Onofre Beach, March 18. The groups broke up into three teams with one group painting and renovating the beach club, another handling landscaping and the third group painting the theatre and building playground equipment.
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California Pizza Kitchen sent more than 700 Volunteers to assist School of Infantry – West Marines and Sailors to clean and renovate areas of San Onofre Beach, March 18. The groups broke up into three teams with one group painting and renovating the beach club, another handling landscaping and the third group painting the theatre and building playground equipment.
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Marines with Bridge Company, 7th Engineer Support Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, drive a Combat Rubber Raiding Craft onto the back of an Improved Ribbon Bridge during a training exercise on the Colorado River in Laughlin, Nev., March 17-21, 2014.  More than 60 Marines trained in moving heavy equipment, to include 7-tons and Humvees, across a flowing body of water using BEBs and an Improved Ribbon Bridge. The IRB is a multi-piece floating bridge that can function as a raft. The BEBs were used to push the raft against the current. Despite being accustomed to training in a bay with little to no current, these Marines managed to transport two 7-tons up the river at the same time.
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Alcatraz Island, located in San Francisco Bay, is one of the many attractions Marines and Sailors can see or visit by attending the three-day Single Marine Program to San Francisco. The Single Marine Program hosts events and trips to locations such as Big Bear, the Grand Canyon, Las Vegas, San Francisco and others. For more information, please contact 760-725-5288.
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The Golden Gate Bridge, located in San Francisco Bay, is one of the many attractions Marines and Sailors can see or visit by attending the three-day Single Marine Program to San Francisco. The Single Marine Program hosts events and trips to locations such as Big Bear, the Grand Canyon, Las Vegas, San Francisco and others. For more information, please contact 760-725-5288.
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San Francisco Bay is one of the many attractions Marines and Sailors can see or visit by attending the three-day Single Marine Program to San Francisco. The Single Marine Program hosts events and trips to locations such as Big Bear, the Grand Canyon, Las Vegas, San Francisco and others. For more information, please contact 760-725-5288.
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Cable Cars operating in San Francisco Bay are one of the many features and attractions Marines and Sailors can see or visit by attending the three-day Single Marine Program to San Francisco. The Single Marine Program hosts events and trips to locations such as Big Bear, the Grand Canyon, Las Vegas, San Francisco and others. For more information, please contact 760-725-5288.
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Dewey Monument, located in San Francisco Bay, is one of the many attractions Marines and Sailors can see or visit by attending the three-day Single Marine Program to San Francisco. The Single Marine Program hosts events and trips to locations such as Big Bear, the Grand Canyon, Las Vegas, San Francisco and others. For more information, please contact 760-725-5288.
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Chinatown, located in San Francisco Bay, is one of the many attractions Marines and Sailors can see or visit by attending the three-day Single Marine Program to San Francisco. The Single Marine Program hosts events and trips to locations such as Big Bear, the Grand Canyon, Las Vegas, San Francisco and others. For more information, please contact 760-725-5288.
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Chinatown, located in San Francisco Bay, is one of the many attractions Marines and Sailors can see or visit by attending the three-day Single Marine Program to San Francisco. The Single Marine Program hosts events and trips to locations such as Big Bear, the Grand Canyon, Las Vegas, San Francisco and others. For more information, please contact 760-725-5288.
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Marine Corps Community Services held the Commanding General’s Cup Flag Football tournament at the Paige Fieldhouse here, March 18. 44 teams participated in the tournament, which was held in a Shootout, single elimination format. The 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit team took home first place, with Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Alpha Company, coming in second.
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Lance Cpl. Dakota Bracken and wife Lauren adopt Rambo, a four-year-old American Bulldog during the St. Patrick’s Day Lucky Adoption Event, March 14 at the Camp Pendleton Animal Shelter. With events like the St. Patrick’s Day Lucky Adoption Event, the base shelter hopes to promote pet adoption by reducing normal adoption fees from $110 for dogs and $85 for cats to a cheaper amount which the adopters randomly draw from a hat. The fees are inclusive of neutering, a rabies vaccine, tracking microchip, a distemper vaccine and flea control.
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Brennon and Christopher Weaver play with puppies during the St. Patrick’s Day Lucky Adoption Event, March 14 at the Camp Pendleton Animal Shelter. With events like the St. Patrick’s Day Lucky Adoption Event, the base shelter hopes to promote pet adoption by reducing normal adoption fees from $110 for dogs and $85 for cats to a cheaper amount which the adopters randomly draw from a hat. The fees are inclusive of neutering, a rabies vaccine, tracking microchip, a distemper vaccine and flea control.
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Petty Officer 3rd Class Mary Miller adopts a puppy during the St. Patrick’s Day Lucky Adoption Event, March 14 at the Camp Pendleton Animal Shelter. With events like the St. Patrick’s Day Lucky Adoption Event, the base shelter hopes to promote pet adoption by reducing normal adoption fees from $110 for dogs and $85 for cats to a cheaper amount which the adopters randomly draw from a hat. The fees are inclusive of neutering, a rabies vaccine, tracking microchip, a distemper vaccine and flea control.
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Lance Cpl. David Wadleigh, military working dog handler, Military Working Dog Platoon, 1st Law Enforcement Battalion, posts security during the patrol with his dog, Hugo. Marines with MWD Platoon, 1st LEB and Assault Breacher Vehicle Platoon, Alpha Company, 1st Combat Engineers Battalion, participated in Counter Improvised Explosive Device Training aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 10, 2015.
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The Wounded Warrior Regiment held the 2015 Marine Corps Trials at the Paige Fieldhouse, March 3-11. The Marine Corps Trials were established to promote the health and wellness of wounded, ill, and injured Marines and Sailors. More than 260 athletes from different countries competed in eight different sports including archery, shooting, swimming, cycling, track and field, wheelchair basketball and sitting volleyball.
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