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Cpl. Kyle J. Walker, MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP PENDLETON, Calif.
Something akin to the Marine Corps' own regional trucking and transportation company opened its doors July 20 here. The Southwest Region Fleet Transportation organization was officially activated during a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the 22 Area Base Motor Pool. The organization, whose mission is to provide commercial vehicle transportation
LCpl. Brian J. Griffin, MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP PENDLETON, Calif.
Corporal Iris M. Feliciano, 9th Communications Battalion, I Marine Expeditionary Force, became the first re-enlistee to benefit from a new retention incentive. Camp Pendleton E-4s and E-5s thinking about staying in the service now have first crack at brand-new housing. The program, born here in an effort to improve retention, offers
Marine Corps News, HEADQUARTERS, U.S. MARINE CORPS, Washington D.C.
IN THIS ISSUE: * Some Active Duty Troops Cleared for Laser Eye Surgery * 12 'must-haves' for your pack * Korean War Service Medal * MCCS Has Much to Offer Families The Marine Corps News Weekly is attached below as a .pdf file.
Sgt. Kevin Dolloson (24th MEU (SOC) Public Affairs NCO), ABOARD USS WASP
As the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit (Special Operations Capable) (24th MEU (SOC)) began its deployment, many readers were introduced to the Ellis brothers. They were both at that time expectant fathers. Now they are bonafide 24th MEU (SOC) dads. Just before the 24th MEU (SOC) started its transit back across the Atlantic Ocean to meet with
Cpl. Matthew Shaw, MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP PENDLETON, Calif.
"If you think a regular video game joystick has a lot of buttons, look inside the Cobra simulator." Captain Michael Conover, Marine Helicopter Training Squadron 303 pilot, says flight simulators, though comparable to video games, provide valuable training for pilots of all experience levels. After Marines graduate aviator school, they go to
LCpl. Nathan J. Ferbert, MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP PENDLETON, Calif.
When Stan Berryman came to Camp Pendleton to be the head archaeologist three and a half years ago, he saw something here that took him back to his childhood growing up in El Cajon. The base's lush environment and numerous archaeological sites reminded him of days as a youngster toting a rifle and venturing into Southern California's wild
The base commanding general kicked off a new safety campaign July 19, targetting to suppress the accidental deaths or injuries of roughly 2,200 Marines each year -- the size of a Marine Expeditionary Unit. Major Gen. Edward Hanlon Jr. met with noncommissioned officers to introduce the initiative, designed to help Marines think first before
Lance. Cpl. M. Trent Lowry, Marine Corps Base Hawaii
HICKAM AIR FORCE BASE, Hawaii -- Nearly a half century after giving the ultimate sacrifice, the remains of what are believed to be 12 U.S. servicemembers were repatriated from North Korea, arriving here Monday. A ceremony was held at the airfield near base operations as the remains were off-loaded from the Air Force C-17 Globemaster which carried
Pfc. Iain Schnaible, Marine Corps Base Hawaii
Marine Forces Pacific, the single largest field command in the Marine Corps, celebrates eight years of presence and commitment in the Pacific Ocean and much of the Asian continent today. While the command may appear to be young, its historical ties date back to 1944 when the Marine Corps was heavily involved in World War II.December 12, 1944, Lt.
Lance Cpl. M. Trent Lowry, Marine Corps Base Hawaii
Members of MCB Hawaii, Kaneohe Bay?s Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting unit joined forces with federal, state and other military firefighters to battle a brush fire blaze that scorched 300 acres of Central Oahu land July 18. The fifteen Marines responded to a call to assist with the fire at about 3:30 p.m., putting into practice their wildfire