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Lieutenant Colonel David E. Jones (center), Commanding Officer, Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools (MCCSSS), leads the Marines of MCCSSS in a command run aboard Camp Johnson, N.C., Aug. 7, 2014. MCCSSS conducted a command run to promote unit cohesion, camaraderie, and physical fitness. (U.S. Marine Corps Combat Camera photo by Sergeant Mark E. Morrow/Released)
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Gunnery Sergeant Damien A. LeClair, Instructor, Logistics Officers Course (LOC), class 4-14, Logistics Operations School, Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools, gives an after action brief during LOCs' field exercise that took place at landing zone Parrot aboard Camp Lejeune, N.C. Aug. 5, 2014. The training is conducted to better prepare entry level logistics officers for challenges they may be faced with in the future. (U.S. Marine Corps Combat Camera photo by Sgt. Bryce J. Burton/released)
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Staff Sergeant Christopher O. Ballard (left), Instructor, Logistics Officers Course (LOC), class 4-14, Logistics Operations School, Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools, gives advice to 2nd Lieutenant Christina Rapp (right) a student, LOC, LOS, MCCSSS, class 2-14, during LOCs' field exercise that took place at landing zone Parrot aboard Camp Lejeune, N.C. Aug. 5, 2014. The training is conducted to better prepare entry level logistics officers for challenges they may be faced with in the future. (U.S. Marine Corps Combat Camera photo by Sgt. Bryce J. Burton/released)
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Marine students and staff of Financial Management School, Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools (MCCSSS), participate in the 7 ton pull during MCCSSS field meet aboard Camp Johnson, N.C., April 25, 2014. Marine students and staff of MCCSSS participate in the field meet to encourage camaraderie and motivation among all the schools The field meet is held semi-annually and consists of 8 events which include tugs of war, stretcher carry, combat conditioning, soccer, volleyball, etc. After the competition concluded the MCCSSS Commanders Cup was awarded to the Marine students and staff of FMS. (U.S. Marine Corps Combat Camera photo by Sergeant Mark E. Morrow/Released)
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Staff Sergeant Sandra Fisher (far left), Instructor, Enlisted Supply Basic Course 15-14, Ground Supply School (GSS), Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools, answers some of her Marine students questions for her class held aboard Camp Johnson, N.C. on June 3, 2014. (Combat Camera photo by Lance Corporal Laura Mercado/ Released)
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Gunnery Sergeant Danny Fisher (far left), Instructor, Enlisted Warehouse Basic Course 14-14, Ground Supply School (GSS), Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools, instructs a Marine student on how to properly use a forklift during a practical application exercise held aboard Camp Johnson, N.C. on June 4, 2014. (Combat Camera photo by Lance Corporal Laura Mercado/ Released)
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Marines with Ground Supply School (GSS), Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools, move through mud and under constantine wire while moving through an endurance course aboard Camp Johnson, NC, June 23, 2014. Staff and student Marines of GSS participated in the team building event to build camaraderie, and cohesion within the schoolhouse. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sergeant Mark E. Morrow) (Released)
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U.S. Marines, with Headquarters and Service(H+S) Company, Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools, set in on the defense after disembarking from a CH-53 Sea Stallion aboard Camp Johnson, N.C., November 22, 2013.  The Marines with H+S Company were participating in a two day field exercise in order to maintain competency in Marine Corps combat skills. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by SSgt David J. Rakes Sr./Released)
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Private First Class Scott Johnson (middle), student, Financial Management School (FMS), Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools (MCCSSS), performs ammo can lifts for the combat conditioning race during MCCSSS field meet aboard Camp Johnson, N.C., April 25, 2014. Marine students and staff of MCCSSS participate in the field meet to encourage camaraderie and motivation among all the schools The field meet is held semi-annually and consists of 8 events which include tugs of war, stretcher carry, combat conditioning, soccer, volleyball, etc. After the competition concluded the MCCSSS Commanders Cup was awarded to the Marine students and staff of FMS. (U.S. Marine Corps Combat Camera photo by Sergeant Mark E. Morrow/Released)
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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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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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Silver medalist Canadian Cpl. Luc Martin, Bronze medalist British Army veteran Michael Hall and gold medalist U.S. Marine Corps Maj. Richard Burkett pose for the crowd during the Archery award ceremony at the Invictus Games. Over 400 competitors from 13 nations took part in the Invictus Games, an international sporting event for wounded, injured and sick service members. Burkett enlisted in the Army in 1994 and was later commissioned in the Marine Corps in 1999. He has deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan with multiple Marine Expeditionary Units, but was injured on his right leg, which led to an amputation below the knee, and a left knee replacement. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class (SW) Mark Logico/RELEASED)
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U.S. Marine Corps Maj. Richard Burkett releases an arrow during the gold medal match against Canada's Cpl. Luc Martin. Burkett won the gold medal in the mixed individual compound bow category of the Archery event at the Invictus Games. Over 400 competitors from 13 nations took part in the Invictus Games, an international sporting event for wounded, injured and sick service members. Burkett enlisted in the Army in 1994 and was later commissioned in the Marine Corps in 1999. He has deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan with multiple Marine Expeditionary Units, but was injured on his right leg, which led to an amputation below the knee, and a left knee replacement. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class (SW) Mark Logico/RELEASED)
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U.S. Marine Corps Maj. Richard Burkett (right) talks to his coach during the mixed individual compound bow category of the Archery event at the Invictus Games. Over 400 competitors from 13 nations took part in the Invictus Games, an international sporting event for wounded, injured and sick service members. Burkett enlisted in the Army in 1994 and was later commissioned in the Marine Corps in 1999. He has deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan with multiple Marine Expeditionary Units, but was injured on his right leg, which led to an amputation below the knee, and a left knee replacement. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class (SW) Mark Logico/RELEASED)
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