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Training for Tridents

On the journey to becoming a Navy SEAL, candidates complete approximately 25 weeks of training before arriving to San Clemente Island (SCI) for basic weapons, demolition and land navigation training. Arrival

Endangered Species Make Comeback on San Clemente Island

Endangered Species Make Comeback on San Clemente San Clemente Island (SCI) is home to six plant species, four wildlife species, two marine invertebrates, all which

Wayn's World As 'Ambassador-Fox' of San Clemente

Wayn's World As 'Ambassador-Fox' of San Clemente Wayn is his name, a very lucky 4 month old island fox that was trapped in Waynuk canyo

Garth's Excellent Navy Experience

Garth’s Excellent Navy Experience The Navy isn’t normally thought of as an animal rescue shelter, but on San Clemente Island, the Navy’s largest live fire

Night Lizard 'Delisted'

Night Lizard ‘Delisted’ Privacy, beauty and romance are most people’s ingredients for a great vacation, but for the island night lizard on San Clemente Island,

SHOBA Ship-to-Shore Bombardment Training Range

SHOBA– Ship-to-Shore Bombardment Training Range The land, air and sea ranges provide the U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps and other military services space and facilitie

No Shell Games on San Clemente Island

No Shell Games on San Clemente Island By Bill Franklin, Public Affairs long the shoreline of San Clemente Island, the Navy is striving to protect

Conservation Efforts A Lifeline to The Endangered White Abalone

No Shell Games on San Clemente Island By Bill Franklin, Public Affairs long the shoreline of San Clemente Island, the Navy is striving to protect

Endangered Plants Live On

Endangered Plants Live On It is not often that we get to celebrate stories of success regarding the recovery of rare California plants. When asked

Green Navy Barracks at San Clemente Island

Green Navy Barracks at San Clemente Island San Clemente Island has state-of-the-art barracks that consist of 44 two-person apartments per building that houses permanent party

Navy, Marines, Japan Conduct Amphibious Training

Navy, Marines, Japan Conduct Amphibious Training The U.S. Navy, Marine Corps and Japan Self-Defense Force (JSDF) conducted amphibious training during exercise Dawn Blitz June 17-28,

Rare Artifact Found On San Clemente Island

Rare Artifact Found On San Clemente Island The Navy discovered a significant prehistoric artifact 90 miles west of San Diego on San Clemente Island (SCI)

BOMB Technicians: A Partnership Between FBI and Navy

BOMB Technicians:A Partnership Between FBI & Navy Sp ecial Agent James Verdi has traveled to Afghanistan, Iraq, and the Horn of Africa to study battlefield

NEWS

Helping wounded airmen recover with dignity, resolve, and resiliency

Story by Michael Kleiman on 08/27/2019 SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. With his personal life and military career spiraling out of control due to increased

Chaplains Graduate from NMCSD Residency Program

Story by PO2 Zachary Kreitzer on 08/26/2019 SAN DIEGO The class of 2019 clinical pastoral educational (CPE) residency program graduated eight U.S. Navy and Vetera

Postal Warriors

Story by MAJ Brandon Mace on 08/26/2019 FORT DIX, N.J. Postal units from across the U.S. Army Reserve came here for Postal Warrior 19-2 from

ACB-1 Completes Joint-Command Offshore Petroleum Discharge System Training Exercise

Story by PO2 Brianna Jones on 08/26/2019 Coronado, CA-- Sailors from Amphibious Construction Battalion One (ACB-1) in San Diego teamed up with divers from Underwater

IMCOM Leaders host housing manager symposium

Story by Courtney Dock on 08/26/2019 More than 60 Army housing managers from installations around the world traveled to San Antonio, Texas, Aug. 19-23, for

NMCP Focuses on Readiness with Surgical Training Course

Story by PO2 Kris Lindstrom on 08/09/2019 PORTSMOUTH, Va. (Aug. 8, 2019) A day in age where the U.S. Navy's primary focus is on readiness,
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