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U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific

In Any Clime and Place

U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific - Pacific Theater News
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Sgt. Maj. of the Marine Corps gives good gouge to MARFORPAC Marines August 6, 2007 — The 16th Sgt. Maj. of the Marine Corps, Sgt. Maj. Carlton Kent shows off a prototype of the new physical fitness uniform to the Marines and Sailors of U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific at the Pollack Theater here Aug. 6.The running suits were just one of the many topics Kent covered in his laid back, but informative meeting with the enlisted MORE
MARFORPAC band performs for Solomon Islanders August 6, 2007 — Living up to the U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific motto of ‘In any clime and place,’ the Marine Corps Forces Pacific Band performed for a crowd of more than 2,000 islanders in this beachside town on Guadalcanal Saturday.The Marine Band, which is currently supporting a tour in the South Pacific, made a stop in this city in preparation for honoring MORE
GOAL! Warriors dominate Pegasus, 4-1 July 31, 2007 — Toward the end of the second half, midfielder and team captain Hector S. Flores made a free kick after being fouled, giving the Warriors a 4-1 win, over Pegasus during a league soccer game at Pop Warner Field here July 31.“We’re most definitely expecting a victory and get a little bit of PT in at the same time,” said Flores before the game. “We’re MORE
Big branch breaks, blocks main gate July 28, 2007 —  Marine military policemen standing post here were given a scare as a tree branch more than 20 feet in length, and as big around as a basketball rim, fell on top of the main gate guard post around 11 p.m. July 28.Vehicles were redirected to an alternate gate for three hours until the branch was removed by Navy Facilities, because the branch MORE
Camp Smith rifle detail aims high to support community July 27, 2007 — The crowd sits quietly, watching the firing detail prepare for their ceremonial, three-round volley. The commands are given: READY! ... AIM! ... FIRE! Even though the crowd knew the shots were coming, they still flinched as the pops ring out from the rifles.This was the reaction of the audience while the rifle detail performed at the 57th MORE
Chaplain of the Marine Corps visits Wounded Warriors July 27, 2007 — The Marine veterans, marked with scars of the war, but morale still high, were playing pingpong, cracking jokes and watching TV when the head Chaplain of the Corps arrived.The Chaplain of the Marine Corps, Rear Adm. Alan T. Baker, visited the Wounded Warriors’ Barracks at Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Kaneohe Bay during his trip to Oahu July 27.The MORE
Unknowns defeat HLS-37, 46-45 July 17, 2007 — Guard Alex Orozco sank a tie-breaking free throw after being fouled to help the U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific “Unknowns” to a 46-45 win, sinking Helicopter Antisubmarine Squadron Light-37 in an intramural basketball game held at the Semper Fit Center here, July 17.Both teams fought tooth and nail the entire first half. They were relentless and MORE
Republic of Korea President pays respects to fallen heroes July 5, 2007 — The President of the Republic of Korea, Roh Moo-hyun, paid his respects to the U.S. service members who gave their lives in defense of his country 54 years ago during a wreath laying ceremony at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific (Punchbowl) July 5.President Roh and first lady Kwon Yang-Suk, along with several key members of the Hawaii MORE
Marines salute ROK President July 5, 2007 — Marines from 1st Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment rendered a 21-gun salute to the President of the Republic of Korea, Roh Moo-hyun, as he visited the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific (Punchbowl), July 5, to pay respects to fallen heroes of the Korean War.Throughout history, many countries honor high-ranking government and military officials MORE
U.S. throws birthday party, over 300 million people invited July 3, 2007 — There are many holidays throughout the year celebrating the individual beliefs, heritage and traditions of the people of the United States.However, there is one holiday on the calendar that celebrates the U.S. in its entirety.For every citizen of the U.S., Independence Day is a day of remembrance, not just for the inception of one document or even MORE

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