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An MV-22B Osprey with Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron (VMM) 165 takes off to load the bucket while performing firefighting training while the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection firefighters watch from below aboard Hemet-Ryan Air Attack Base, Calif., Feb. 11. The Marines with VMM-165 flew out to Diamond Valley Lake on Hemet-Ryan Air Attack Base to perform bucket dips in an effort to prove the aircraft was capable of such training while supporting Cal Fire.
Camp Pendleton, Calif. -- Camp Pendleton hosts the Commandant of the Marine Corps Safety Division for a demonstration of the Rider Essential Skills Training Course. The course is an intermediate rider course that was designed to provide training for riders at real-world speeds to further mitigate the risks of riding for service members.
Camp Pendleton, Calif. -- Camp Pendleton hosts the Commandant of the Marine Corps Safety Division for a demonstration of the Rider Essential Skills Training Course. The course is an intermediate rider course that was designed to provide training for riders at real-world speeds to further mitigate the risks of riding for service members.
Camp Pendleton hosted an Ocean Therapy Seminar for Marines from Wounded Warrior Battalion-West at Del Mar beach here, Jan. 26, 2016. The ocean therapy sessions give the Marines a chance to learn how to surf while enjoying the therapeutic benefits of the ocean. (Marine Corps Photo by Pfc. Emmanuel Necoechea)
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif.-- Camp Pendleton hosts a heroes’ dinner at the Pacific Views Event Center, Jan. 22, 2015. The honorees were chosen to participate in the heroes’ dinner in recognition of their superior performance in the execution of their duties. (Marine Corps Photo by Pfc. Emmanuel Necoechea/released)
Camp Pendleton Marine, Staff Sgt. Ryan Farish, a career planner with Security and Emergency Services Battalion, rescued a girl from the surf in the La Jolla Cove area, Jan. 17.
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. -- Officers participate in a Senior Leadership Mentorship Seminar at the Pacific Views Event Center on Camp Pendleton Jan.19, 2016. The annual seminar was hosted by the National Naval Officers Association (NNOA) and provided junior officers with the opportunity to ask questions regarding career advancement and personal development to senior officers. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Pfc. Emmanuel Necoechea/ Released)
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. -- Officers participate in a Senior Leadership Mentorship Seminar at the Pacific Views Event Center on Camp Pendleton Jan.19, 2016. The annual seminar was hosted by the National Naval Officers Association (NNOA) and provided junior officers with the opportunity to ask questions regarding career advancement and personal development to senior officers. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Pfc. Emmanuel Necoechea/ Released)
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. -- Officers participate in a Senior Leadership Mentorship Seminar at the Pacific Views Event Center on Camp Pendleton Jan.19, 2016. The annual seminar was hosted by the National Naval Officers Association (NNOA) and provided junior officers with the opportunity to ask questions regarding career advancement and personal development to senior officers. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Pfc. Emmanuel Necoechea/ Released)
Col. Ian R. Clark, commanding officer, Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton, speaks to the audience during a a ribbon-cutting ceremony to unveil a new hangar for MV-22 Ospreys here, Jan.14. (Photo by Cpl. Shaltiel Dominguez)
Col. Michael Borqschulte, MAG-39 commanding officer,Sameet Gadi, Balfour Beatty senior vice president, Brig. Gen. Edward D. Banta, MCI-West Commanding Genera and Col. Ian R. Clark, Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton commanding officer, cut a ribbon to unveil hangar six in MCAS Camp Pendleton, a hangar uniquely designed with the purpose of storing and maintaining MV-22 Ospreys. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Shaltiel Dominguez/ Released)
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. -- Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to unveil a new hangar for MV-22 Ospreys here, Jan.14. Hangar six is a 123,451 square-foot hangar capable of storing up to six Ospreys belonging to Marine Aircraft Group 39. It is the first hangar designed to store Ospreys aboard Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton.
Marines Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton Marines conducted a foreign object debris walk on the flight line at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jan. 8. Foreign object debris walks promote safety on the flight line by ensuring that the area is free of objects that might cause damage or injury to aircraft and personnel. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Emmanuel Necoechea)
Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton Marines conduct a hike as part of 'back in the saddle' training Jan. 5. The bi-annual training consists of various classes and briefs from air station personnel and concluded with a 6-mile hike aboard Camp Pendleton. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Pfc. Emmanuel Necoechea/ Released)
Ms. Christine Harada, Chief of Federal Sustainability Officer, right, receives a brief from Mr. Charles Howell, left, on renewable energy using Marine Corps Camp Pendleton’s Solar Photovoltaic System at Box Canyon, aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Dec. 29, 2015. The purpose of the visit was to provide the new White House Federal Chief Sustainability Officer information and background regarding Marine Corps Installations West-Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton’s electric vehicle procurement, renewable energy, and how water sustainability programs support the Untied States Marine Corps mission and readiness. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Gunnery Sgt. Evan P. Ahlin/Released)
Gary Funk, deputy assistant chief of staff logistics, gives a presentation on the proposed hydrogen refueling station and zero emission vehicle fleet to Christine Harada, the chief sustainability officer for the White House, Dec. 29, 2015. The hydrogen refueling station is a part of Camp Pendleton's ongoing initiative to improve energy security and sustainability for the base. (Photo by Pfc. Emmanuel Necoechea)
Students of Corporal's Course class 308-16 at Camp Pendleton practice drill as part of their curriculum. The students are scheduled to graduate Friday with the hopes using their new leadership skills to mold the future of the Marine Corps.
Students of Corporal’s Course class 308-16 at Camp Pendleton practice drill as part of their curriculum. The students are scheduled to graduate Friday with the hopes using their new leadership skills to mold the future of the Marine Corps.
Students of Corporal’s Course class 308-16 at Camp Pendleton practice drill as part of their curriculum. The students are scheduled to graduate Friday with the hopes using their new leadership skills to mold the future of the Marine Corps.
Students of Corporal’s Course class 308-16 at Camp Pendleton practice drill as part of their curriculum. The students are scheduled to graduate Friday with the hopes using their new leadership skills to mold the future of the Marine Corps.