Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton Held its 29th Annual POW/MIA Ceremony

Story by Felicia Crosson on 09/20/2019 MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. Nearly 75 hospital staff members, former Prisoners of War and Missing in Action family members along with other guests attended Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton's 29th Annual Prisoner of War/Missing in Action Remembrance Ceremony on Sept. 20. The event
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Sailors, Soldiers and Airmen train to save lives at Camp Parks

Story by SSG Ian Kummer on 09/20/2019 CAMP PARKS RESERVE FORCES TRAINING AREA, Calif. Sailors from Camp Pendleton came here to train with Army Reserve Soldiers and medevac crews from the Navy and California Air Guard last weekend. Western Sky, a joint exercise simulating a mass casualty disaster, tested medical
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California Marines heading to Central and South America on Amphibious Ship

Story by CPT Joshua Hays on 09/18/2019 CAMP PENDLETON, Calif.- Approximately 200 U.S. Marines and Sailors will embark on a U.S. Navy amphibious ship heading to Central and South America for the month of October. Marines and Sailors from across I Marine Expeditionary Force will participate in various humanitarian assistance
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Marines with course 205-19 endure and complete the grueling 3-week MAI course

Story by LCpl Brennan Beauton on 08/26/2019 CAMP HANSEN, OKINAWA, Japan After three rigorous weeks of obstacle course line-drills, aquatic training, and countless hours of free sparring, six Marines earned their instructor tab signifying they are now Marine Corps Martial Arts Program instructors. Marines prepared to embark on the course
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Summer vacation ends and school begins at Edward C. Killin Elementary School

Story by LCpl Krysten Gomez on 08/26/2019 CAMP FOSTER, OKINAWA, Japan Edward C. Killin Elementary School faculty welcomed students and their families back for the first day of school, August 26 on Camp Foster, Okinawa, Japan. After a ten-week-long summer break, school commenced, bringing in students ranging from kindergarten to
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Camp Zama pre-K swim lessons ease fears, teach basics

Story by Winifred Brown on 08/26/2019 By Wendy Brown, U.S. Army Garrison Japan Public Affairs CAMP ZAMA, Japan (Aug. 26, 2019) When twins Olivia and Allison Freyer, 5, started their pre-K swim lessons earlier this summer, they were afraid to put their faces in the water. By their second class,
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