• Two K9s retired to homes of their handlers
    Two four-footed police officers ended their long careers with the Marine Corps Police Department aboard MCLB Barstow by getting their forever homes with their human partners, Sept. 12.
    Jacob Lucero(second for left) and Nadeem Seirafi ((second from right) hold the leashes of Colli and Ricsi during the two Military Workings Dogs' retirement ceremony at the K-9 Training Field adjacent to the Adam Leigh Cann Canine Facility aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif., Sept. 12. The two handlers partnered with their K-9 companions on the beat and are now adopting the two dogs as they retire from active duty. Lieutenant Steven Goss, (far right) kennel master, Marine Corps Police Department, presented the two dogs with retirement certificates. The other officers in the photo also partnered with Colli and Ricsi at different times in their careers.
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  • MCTSSA personnel welcomes Vietnam veterans, share legacy
    Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support Activity welcomed Vietnam veterans from Marine Air Support Squadron 3 to MCTSSA’s headquarters aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton this summer.
    MCTSSA personnel welcomes Vietnam veterans, share legacy
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  • Food pantry organizations lend helping hand to Camp Pendleton service members and families
    The Food Pantry Ministry is a ministry that collects food donations and provides the food to members of the ministry or anyone in need .
    Food pantry organizations lend helping hand to Camp Pendleton service members and families
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  • Trip to the past | U.S. Marines and Sailors visit Hacksaw Ridge
    On April 1, 1945, the Battle of Okinawa began as U.S. Marines and Soldiers made their way to the Ryukyu Islands, including Okinawa.
    Cpl. Mackinley E. Dyess peers back at his fellow Marines during a tour Sept. 7, 2018 at Hacksaw Ridge, Okinawa, Japan. Marines and Sailors with Headquarters Company, Headquarters Regiment, 3rd Marine Logistics Group, participated in the World War II battle site tour to learn about the U.S. Marine Corps’ history on Okinawa and remember those who have gone before them. Dyess is a radio technician with Jump Platoon, HQ Co., HQ Reg. and is a native of Fort Worth, Texas. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Wong)
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  • Corps looks to increase comms, lethality with next-gen hearing system
    The Marine Corps released a request for information for industry input that identifies potential sources for a suite of hearing enhancement devices. The devices will protect Marines’ hearing while increasing their situational awareness in a variety of training and combat environments.
    Corps looks to increase comms, lethality with next-gen hearing system
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  • Marine Week 2018 kicks off in Charlotte
    Marine Week Charlotte kicked off with an opening ceremony at First Ward Park, Sept. 5, 2018. The ceremony welcomed the Marines to the city for the week, where they will demonstrate the capabilities of the Marine Corps and interact with the public, through more than 75 events.
    The Silent Drill Platoon exits Marine Week Charlotte’s opening ceremony in downtown Charlotte, N.C., Sept. 5, 2018. Marine Week is an annual event that allows members of the Marine Corps to demonstrate their capabilities and allows the public to interact with service members. Marine Week Charlotte is an opportunity for Marines to reconnect with our Marines, sailors, veterans, and their families from different generations.
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  • In the Life of Marines: Military Police Working Dog Handler
    Military occupational specialties are the foundation of the Marine Corps. Each MOS is a cog, working with and relying on each other to keep the fighting machine that is the United States Marine Corps running. The military working dog handlers are one such dog.
    Military working dog Oohio preforms an aggression exercise Aug. 31 at the kennels on Camp Hansen, Okinawa, Japan. The Marine and military working dog are a team. The job of being a handler is always a work in progress. Marines are encouraged to push their limits and learn more when it comes to doing their jobs. They are always learning new techniques and procedures when it comes to performing their job to the best of their abilities.
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  • National Aviation Day
    U.S. Marine Corps pilots with 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing (MAW) talk about how the invention of powered aviation has impacted their lives and how it has allowed 2nd MAW to accomplish its mission across the globe at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C. National Aviation Day is a day to appreciate powered aviation and how it changed the world.
    Here is a sneak preview of the video.
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  • MCSC teams with Marines to build world’s first continuous 3D-printed concrete barracks
    The Marine Corps is leading the way in employing advanced technologies and robotic construction.
    MCSC teams with Marines to build world’s first continuous 3D-printed concrete barracks
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  • Baby saved by MCLBB first responders
    Teamwork, training and quick responses by first responders with the Marine Corps Police Department and the calm determination of a mother are being credited with saving a baby’s life aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif., Aug. 14.
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