UCT-2 Holds a Change of Command Ceremony

Story by PO1 Heather Salzman on 06/19/2019 PORT HUENEME, Calif. (NNS) Underwater Construction Team (UCT) 2 held a change of command ceremony on Naval Base Ventura County, Port Hueneme, June 14. Lt. Cmdr. Mike Dobling, from Cedar Rapids, Iowa was relieved by Lt. Cmdr. John Kvandal, from San Diego, California,
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NMCB-3 Seabees Participate in "Touch-a-Truck" Event

Story by PO2 Michael Lopez on 06/19/2019 PORT HUENEME, Calif. (NNS) Seabees assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 3 provided civil engineering support equipment (CESE) during a "Touch-a-Truck" event at the Thousand Oaks Community Center in Thousand Oaks, California, June 15. On display were two MK28 cargo trucks, a
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Meyer assumes command of VX-30

Story by Kimberly Brown on 06/17/2019 Cmdr. Paul "Oscar" Meyer relieved Cmdr. Christopher "Dot" Dotson as commanding officer of Air Test and Evaluation Squadron (VX) 30 during a change of command ceremony at Naval Base Ventura County Point Mugu, California, on June 13. "I am always astonished," Meyer said upo
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CNIC Recognizes the Best of Fire and Emergency Services

Story by CPO Brian Morales on 06/06/2019 WASHINGTON, D.C. They are on call 24/7, running towards danger and saving lives by fighting a never-ending, relentless enemy -- fire -- which is why Commander, Navy Installations Command (CNIC) honors its firefighters with the annual Fire and Emergency Services (F&ES) awards program.
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Turn up the heat: Camp Pendleton Fire Department hosts Wildland Fire School

Story by Sgt Gabino Perez on 06/04/2019 MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP PENDLETON, California Camp Pendleton's 125,000 acres of land consists of housing, Navy and Marine Corps facilities and vast training areas with open terrain. This unique space is prime for training warfighters and, coincidentally, firefighters. The annual Wildland Fire School
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A family man. A Coast Guardsman who spends the majority of his time at home, all three.

Story by PO1 Mark Barney on 06/03/2019 Commuting through the city of Los Angeles is one of the worst things to do in the city of Los Angeles. Understandably, with a population of four million, it should come as no surprise becoming familiar with the window stickers on the car
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