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CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. - The 1st Medical Battalion beat the 1st Combat Engineer Battalion 44-34 at the Paige Fieldhouse basketball court, Sept. 16. 1st Med. Bn. is ranked sixth overall and 1st CEB is ranked fifth over all. The top eight teams will advance to the play offs starting next week. (Photo by Cpl. Keenan Zelazoski)
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CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. - The 1st Medical Battalion beat the 1st Combat Engineer Battalion 44-34 at the Paige Fieldhouse basketball court, Sept. 16. 1st Med. Bn. is ranked sixth overall and 1st CEB is ranked fifth over all. The top eight teams will advance to the play offs starting next week. (Photo by Cpl. Keenan Zelazoski)
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The M16A4 Service Rifle is the standard rifle that all Marines must master. This rifle fires the 5.56mm round in either semi-automatic or three-round burst up to a range of 800 meters.

(Photo by Cpl. Shaltiel Dominguez)
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Marines with Team Run With It put their speed, agility, and strength to the test during the Tactical Athlete Challenge here, Sept. 17 as part of the Commanding General’s Cup. 

Team Pugulatraz placed first in the men’s division and Team Equal Opportunity placed first for the women’s.
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Commissioners with the California Energy Commission toured Camp Pendleton, Sept. 17, to gain an overview of the base’s mission and various support functions.

The commissioners observed some of Camp Pendleton’s initiatives and successes in the employment of alternative energy vehicles and fuel usage, several of the ongoing and developing renewable energy projects, and some of the tactical expeditionary energy equipment here.
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Commissioners with the California Energy Commission toured Camp Pendleton, Sept. 17, to gain an overview of the base’s mission and various support functions.

The commissioners observed some of Camp Pendleton’s initiatives and successes in the employment of alternative energy vehicles and fuel usage, several of the ongoing and developing renewable energy projects, and some of the tactical expeditionary energy equipment here.
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Commissioners with the California Energy Commission toured Camp Pendleton, Sept. 17, to gain an overview of the base’s mission and various support functions.

The commissioners observed some of Camp Pendleton’s initiatives and successes in the employment of alternative energy vehicles and fuel usage, several of the ongoing and developing renewable energy projects, and some of the tactical expeditionary energy equipment here.
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Commissioners with the California Energy Commission toured Camp Pendleton, Sept. 17, to gain an overview of the base’s mission and various support functions.

The commissioners observed some of Camp Pendleton’s initiatives and successes in the employment of alternative energy vehicles and fuel usage, several of the ongoing and developing renewable energy projects, and some of the tactical expeditionary energy equipment here.
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Commissioners with the California Energy Commission toured Camp Pendleton, Sept. 17, to gain an overview of the base’s mission and various support functions.

The commissioners observed some of Camp Pendleton’s initiatives and successes in the employment of alternative energy vehicles and fuel usage, several of the ongoing and developing renewable energy projects, and some of the tactical expeditionary energy equipment here.
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The Headquarters and Support Battalion Spartans beat the School of Infantry Outlaws, 13-7 in a hard fought, low-scoring, back-and-forth game. That brought the Spartans to a 2-1 record for the season at the Paige Fieldhouse football field, Sept. 15.
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The Headquarters and Support Battalion Spartans beat the School of Infantry Outlaws, 13-7 in a hard fought, low-scoring, back-and-forth game. That brought the Spartans to a 2-1 record for the season at the Paige Fieldhouse football field, Sept. 15.
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The Headquarters and Support Battalion Spartans beat the School of Infantry Outlaws, 13-7 in a hard fought, low-scoring, back-and-forth game. That brought the Spartans to a 2-1 record for the season at the Paige Fieldhouse football field, Sept. 15.
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Many Marines are not aware of additional specialty courses available to create an even smoother transition and cater to a variety of career paths after completing the Transition Readiness Seminar.

These courses include resume writing, social media job searching, pursuing a higher education and starting a business.
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The Camp Pendleton Transition Readiness Program and the Microsoft Software & Systems Academy held a graduation today for Marines that passed the 16 week software programming course offered by Microsoft and Central Texas University. 

“When I heard about this course, I knew it was a great opportunity and it just made sense, since I’m transitioning out.” said Gunnery Sgt. Anthony Lashley, a graduate of the software programming course. “This course gives you a lot of the basic programming skills. It is very beneficial, especially for someone that has no background in [information technology] , like I did.”

Any personnel that have a significant interest in software programming please contact (760) 725-6386 for more information.
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The Camp Pendleton Transition Readiness Program and the Microsoft Software & Systems Academy held a graduation today for Marines that passed the 16 week software programming course offered by Microsoft and Central Texas University. 

“When I heard about this course, I knew it was a great opportunity and it just made sense, since I’m transitioning out.” said Gunnery Sgt. Anthony Lashley, a graduate of the software programming course. “This course gives you a lot of the basic programming skills. It is very beneficial, especially for someone that has no background in IT, like I did.”

Any personnel that have a significant interest in software programming please contact (760) 725-6386 for more information.
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The Camp Pendleton Transition Readiness Program and the Microsoft Software & Systems Academy held a graduation today for Marines that passed the 16 week software programming course offered by Microsoft and Central Texas University. 

“When I heard about this course, I knew it was a great opportunity and it just made sense, since I’m transitioning out.” said Gunnery Sgt. Anthony Lashley, a graduate of the software programming course. “This course gives you a lot of the basic programming skills. It is very beneficial, especially for someone that has no background in IT, like I did.”

Any personnel that have a significant interest in software programming please contact (760) 725-6386 for more information.
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