Leaders of I MEF Gather for Dinner, Networking

Story by Sgt Jacob Osborne on 02/28/2017 Senior enlisted leaders from the West Coast gathered for a professional dinner in Valley Center, Calif., Feb. 23. The professional dinner provided a venue for sergeants major, master gunnery sergeants, and command master chief petty officers to build camaraderie and network. "I think
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Swamp Romp competitors weather downpours, mud

Story by Karen Iwamoto on 02/24/2017 MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII, Kaneohe Bay What could make Hawaii's longest-running mud race, a 3.5-mile slog through knee-deep marsh water, more challenging? Try a torrential rainstorm that caused an island-wide flash flood warning. Add to that the early morning closure of the Kaneohe-bound lanes
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What I've Learned: Aaron S. Patterson

Story by Cpl Medina Ayala-Lo on 02/16/2017 >I like to say I'm a school-house baby. My parents were both Marines and they were in the same [military occupational specialty] when they met. The first place I remember was [Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif.]. I was born in the Naval
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Athletes test inaugural Dash to the Splash Biathlon

Story by Kristen Wong on 02/02/2017 SCHOFIELD BARRACKS Runners arrived bright and early to usher in the inaugural Dash to the Splash Biathlon, Jan. 28. The race, coordinated by the Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation, included a 5-kilometer run along Trimble Road and around Weyand Field, followed
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Using RECP: How my electric bill pays me

Story by Cpl Connor Hancock on 01/19/2017 MARINE CORPS AIR GROUND COMBAT CENTER TWENTYNINE PALMS, Calif. Like most people, I dread having to pay the electric bill, especially during the summertime. That's why I thought it sounded too good to be true when Lincoln Military Housing announced that I could
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13 EAS arrives in the Philippines, sets up Eagle Vision for bilateral exchanges

Story by TSgt James Stewart on 01/19/2017 Typhoons, tsunamis, floods and even mudslides, the Asia-Pacific Region is well-acquainted with the devastation wrought by natural disasters. As populations increase among many Pacific nations, the need for disaster preparedness and response continues to grow. The U.S. and its Pacific allies and partners
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