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U.S. Marines with Amphibious Vehicle
F-35s hot-pit refuel at MCAS Camp Pendleton
F-35s hot-pit refuel at MCAS Camp Pendleton
3rd MAW helo pulls Recon Marines out of water
Major Brazile K. Randy
Battalion Sergeant Major, II MEF Support Battalion
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Bio photo for SgtMaj Radel of the Marine Corps.
Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton Sergeant Major
Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton Commanding Officer
BGen R.S. Rideout Command Photo
Command Photo - Sgt. Maj. T. C. Whitcomb, command board banner added with name and command affiliation.
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Col. Gregory B. Pace is the commanding officer of Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow. He assumed command on July 1, 2021
U.S. Marine  Brig. Gen. Jason Woodworth, the incoming commanding general for Marine Corps Installations West, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, addresses the audience during a change of command ceremony at the Santa Margarita Ranch House on Camp Pendleton, California, June 23, 2021. During the ceremony, Brig. Gen. Dan Conley relinquished command of MCI-West to Woodworth. Woodworth is the first Marine in history to command an MCI-West installation and then return to take command of the region. Conley will assume command of Marine Corps Installations Command in Quantico, Virginia. Conley is a native of Falmouth, Massachusetts, and Woodworth is a native of Suffield, Connecticut. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Drake Nickels)
U.S. Marine Capt. Michael Cathey, the aide-de-camp for the commanding general of Marine Corps Installations West, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, receives the COVID-19 vaccine at the naval hospital on Camp Pendleton, California, Jan. 12, 2021. While the COVID-19 vaccination is voluntary, all beneficiaries and Marine Corps personnel are strongly encouraged to be vaccinated to protect their health and their community. Vaccines are being administered in a phased approach, prioritizing healthcare workers and first responders, as well as mission critical and deploying personnel. Vaccination distribution prioritization within DOD, and the Marine Corps, will be consistent with data-driven CDC guidance for national prioritization. Marines will continue to wear appropriate masks, practice social distancing, regularly wash their hands, and follow restriction of movement guidelines to maintain the safety of others as a large portion of the population will need to be vaccinated before COVID-19 risks diminish. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Jeremy Laboy)
Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton