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Camp Smith Warriors hit ol’ gridiron runnin’ ;; August 18, 2006 — Come August, the smell of freshly cut grass, the sound of football helmets crashing into pads and a coach’s whistle screeching are all signs of the Camp H.M. Smith Warriors intramural football team gearing up for the new season.    While most other service members head home at quitting time, the Warriors, playing under head coach Carson MORE
Hard work appreciated July 26, 2006 — Lt. Col. Clyde Burton, chief of staff, Marine Corps Installations Mid Pac, recently received a Letter of Appreciation from Lt. Gen. Makoto Hirose, vice chief of staff, Japanese Ground Self Defense Force. The award was presented for Burton’s planning and execution of ‘Iron Fist,’ a bi-lateral amphibious landing operation at Camp Pendleton in MORE
Okinawa-based Marines, sailors respond to Indonesian earthquake May 30, 2006 — Medical experts from the III Marine Expeditionary Force in Okinawa, Japan, visited hospitals and medical clinics near Bantul, Indonesia, May 31 in the wake of a 6.2 magnitude earthquake that struck near the ancient city of Yogyakarta. While at the medical facilities, the service members helped treat patients injured from the disaster.   The team of MORE
Marine introduces students to 'Fine' art May 01, 2006 — A child’s laugh often brings joy into people’s hearts, but for one U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Marine, it means a lot more – it means she has made a difference.  Staff Sgt. Sara Fine volunteers teaching art to students at Webling Gus Elementary School, Honolulu, through the Adopt-A-School program.   “When I hear little kids say they want to MORE
ANZAC Day 2006 pays tribute to fallen heroes April 25, 2006 — As the morning sun shined above the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, also known as the Punchbowl, it gradually warmed the ten marble ‘Courts of the Missing,’ the memorial dedicated to the 18,094 fallen American war heroes laid to rest whose bodies have never been recovered. The brave men and women buried here sacrificed their lives, many MORE
Marine, other U.S. service members donate rare blood, save Filipino girl March 28, 2006 — A Marine corporal was among the four U.S. service members who donated their blood March 28 to save the life of a 3-year-old Filipino girl being treated for typhoid fever and anemia at the Zamboanga City Medical Center.   The girl was in dire need of type A-negative blood, said Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Frank W. Thompson.   “In the Filipino MORE
Tuition assistance available for Marines looking for college education March 03, 2006 — Starting college can seem like a daunting task, especially when you’re in the Marine Corps; that’s why the Joint Education Center offers a number of services to make starting classes easier for active duty Marines.    There are a few things Marines must do before registering for classes.    The first task is to attend the Joint Education Center’s MORE
MARFORPAC Marines face fears at Outdoor Adventure Center February 28, 2006 — Marines from Marine Corps Forces, Pacific rolled down to the Morale, Welfare and Recreation Outdoor Adventure Center at Barber’s Point to face fears and meet challenges on an obstacle course, Feb. 28.   “Our facility here is specifically designed to challenge people, so we can bring out their weaknesses and strengths,” said Dino Scheidt, the MORE
MARFORPAC addresses Philippine humanitarian assistance, disaster relief February 19, 2006 — U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific held a press conference today to outline disaster relief efforts being conducted in the Philippines in the wake of the landside that occurred Feb. 17.    “In the last 24 hours, our units have been diligently supporting the Philippine government at the disaster site in the town of Saint Bernard on the isle of MORE
Pro Bowlers put on show for service members February 10, 2006 — The National Football League’s season is over. The Steelers took it all, but there’s one last stop for the league’s MVP’s and legends.   NFL stars of past and present participated in the ESPN Pro Bowl Skills Challenge, part of the ProBowl weekend, and put on a show for service members in Hawaii at the J.W. Marriot Ihilani Resort and Spa, Feb. 10. MORE

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