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U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific - Pacific Theater News
What a long great trip it's been March 30, 2004 — His eyes are a solemn gray. You can tell a lot about a man by his eyes. Sometimes the eyes tell the truth better than words do. Sit down for a half an hour with this man and words like compassion and selflessness seem to slip out in between his sentences that have one focus in mind... Marines.   Master Sgt. Jerry Webb, Camp Smith MCCS and MORE
Repro Vans see action for first time in 25 years during OIF II March 26, 2004 — Marines from Marine Forces Pacific's combat camera unit recently renovated and shipped five reproduction vans that have been lying dormant for nearly 25 years. The vans were shipped to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom II on St. Patrick's Day.    Five Marines from here will meet up with the vans, or "green machines," in Iraq and use them MORE
Reserve numbers lower for OIF II March 15, 2004 — Although mobilized Marine reserve personnel are slowly dropping numbers, they're still playing an active role in Operation Iraqi Freedom II.   The Marine Corps has about 5,148 mobilized reserve Marines, with roughly 1,400 directly supporting OIF II, in Kuwait and Iraq.   Reserve forces for OIF II will be at approximately 3,000 for the first MORE
Fight fire with firepower March 09, 2004 — Fire Station 16 opened Friday morning here at Camp Smith.   The new fire station will service Camp Smith and assist the local fire department in the surrounding community.  The station provides fire, medical, rescue, salvage, overhaul and hazardous materials services.   The average response time before the new station’s inception was 14 minutes.  MORE
3rd Radio Battalion says good bye, again March 01, 2004 — Having loaded their gear and prepared for another deployment to Iraq, 3rd Radio Battalion has said goodbye to family and friends, for the third time in two years.   Approximately 150 Marines gathered Monday in the Marine Corps Exchange Annex parking lot and said goodbye to their families, whether it be in person or with a last minute phone call MORE