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Matthew, 5, competes in in the 9th annual Lake O'Neill Kids Fishing Derby, here, Sept. 6.

The fishing derby is a competition where children attempt to catch the largest fish they can while competing in three to five, six to 10 and 11 to 15 age categories.

"This event is designed to get kids out of the house where they can learn and have a fun outdoor experience," said Dolores Perez, a recreation specialist with Marine Corps Community Services' Semper Fit division. "I think this is a great way to keep them active and expose them to what could potentially be a new hobby."
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Gunnery Sgt. Jhimelle Sepulveda, training chief with a fire fighting unit here, emerges from a fire training facility during an exercise conducted by the Camp Pendleton Fire Department and the Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton’s Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting unit on a controlled burn training facility at the 25 Area here.
The training was designed to teach firefighters how to prevent rapid combustion of burned materials in rooms and structures.
"This is good training because we don't normally get to experience this type of situation when dealing with burning aircraft," said Sepulveda.
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Firefighters file into a training facility during an exercise conducted by the Camp Pendleton Fire Department and the Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton’s Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting unit on a controlled burn training facility at the 25 Area here.
“This is a Flashover simulator,” said Rick Clarke, a train-the-trainer instructor for Fire Training Structures. “This teaches firefighters how to prevent the rapid combustion of off-gas created by burned materials.”
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A firefighter vents off-gases from a fire simulator during an exercise conducted by the Camp Pendleton Fire Department and the Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton’s Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting unit on a controlled burn training facility at the 25 Area here.
“This is a Flashover simulator,” said Rick Clarke, a train-the-trainer instructor for Fire Training Structures. “This teaches firefighters how to prevent the rapid combustion of off-gas created by burned materials.”
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Firefighters and watch as flames crawl up the walls of a fire simulator during an exercise conducted by the Camp Pendleton Fire Department and the Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton’s Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting unit on a controlled burn training facility at the 25 Area here.
“This is a Flashover simulator,” said Rick Clarke, a train-the-trainer instructor for Fire Training Structures. “This teaches firefighters how to prevent the rapid combustion of off-gas created by burned materials.”
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Gunnery Sgt. Jhimelle Sepulveda, training chief with a fire fighting unit here,  dawns a flame resistant suits and oxygen tank in preparation for an exercise conducted by the Camp Pendleton Fire Department and the Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton’s Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting unit on a controlled burn training facility at the 25 Area here.
"This is good training because we don't normally get to experience this type of situation when dealing with burning aircraft," said Sepulveda.
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Firefighters dress in flame resistant suits and oxygen tanks in preparation for an exercise conducted by the Camp Pendleton Fire Department and the Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton’s Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting unit on a controlled burn training facility at the 25 Area here.
The training was designed to teach firefighters how to prevent rapid combustion of burned materials in rooms and structures.
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Gunnery Sgt. Jhimelle Sepulveda, training chief with a fire fighting unit here,  dawns a flame resistant suits and oxygen tank in preparation for an exercise conducted by the Camp Pendleton Fire Department and the Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton’s Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting unit on a controlled burn training facility at the 25 Area here.
"This is good training because we don't normally get to experience this type of situation when dealing with burning aircraft," said Sepulveda.
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Firefighters dress in flame resistant suits and oxygen tanks in preparation for an exercise conducted by the Camp Pendleton Fire Department and the Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton’s Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting unit on a controlled burn training facility at the 25 Area here.
The training was designed to teach firefighters how to prevent rapid combustion of burned materials in rooms and structures.
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Rich Clarke, a train-the-trainer instructor for Fire Training Structures, tests water hoses at a training facility during an exercise conducted by the Camp Pendleton Fire Department and the Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton’s Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting unit on a controlled burn training facility at the 25 Area here.
“This is a Flashover simulator,” said Clarke. “This teaches firefighters how to prevent the rapid combustion of off-gas created by burned materials.”
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Firefighters dress in flame resistant suits and oxygen tanks in preparation for an exercise conducted by the Camp Pendleton Fire Department and the Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton’s Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting unit on a controlled burn training facility at the 25 Area here.
The training was designed to teach firefighters how to prevent rapid combustion of burned materials in rooms and structures.
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Marine Corps Installations West and Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton held a ribbon cutting ceremony Sept. 3, to inaugurate the renovation of the Green Beach Operation Access point. The renovation of the bridge at the access point provides expanded training and tactical options to units conducting amphibious exercises within the area. With the improvements, the I Marine Expeditionary Force and Marine Expeditionary Units are expected to use Green Beach as an amphibious landing site and for conducting amphibious raids training more frequently to support future operations across the globe.

(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Shaltiel Dominguez)
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Marine Corps Installations West and Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton held a ribbon cutting ceremony Sept. 3, to inaugurate the renovation of the Green Beach Operation Access point. The renovation of the bridge at the access point provides expanded training and tactical options to units conducting amphibious exercises within the area. With the improvements, the I Marine Expeditionary Force and Marine Expeditionary Units are expected to use Green Beach as an amphibious landing site and for conducting amphibious raids training more frequently to support future operations across the globe.

(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Shaltiel Dominguez)
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Fred Dow, left, and Jim Hall, right, compete against nineteen people in small sailboat races held at the Del Mar Marina here, Aug. 27.


This event was also the culmination of the 2014 Summer Small Boat Race Series, which featured 41 races this season. The participants sailed using the Capri 16.5, and the Nomad 14 sailboats.
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Nineteen people competed in small sailboat races held at the Del Mar Marina here, Aug. 27.


This event was also the culmination of the 2014 Summer Small Boat Race Series, which featured 41 races this season. The participants sailed using the Capri 16.5, and the Nomad 14 sailboats.
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Dorian, left, Sebastian, right, together took first place in the culmination of the 2014 Summer Small Boat Race Series held at the Del Mar Marina here, Aug. 27.
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