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U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific - Pacific Theater News
Committee racks brains, racks cash May 11, 2004 — The Camp Smith Marine Corps ball committee has been revamped. It's under new management but has kept some of its key veterans from last year.    Each year, the committee works for months on end; sacrificing their time to make sure the Marine Corps birthday ball is as prestigious, worthwhile and memorable as any. Just as any sports team trains and MORE
Camp Smith hosts blood drive May 10, 2004 — A blood drive was held at Camp Smith's Pollack Theater May 4 to support troops in the Middle East.   Tripler Army Medical Center's Mobile Blood Donation Unit drew more than 40 units of blood from Camp Smith's personnel during the three hour drive.   "If we get more than 30 units of blood, the drive is considered a success," said Capt. Michael A. MORE
Marines volunteer time with athletes May 07, 2004 — Marines and Sailors from Marine Corps Base Hawaii and Marine Forces Pacific volunteered their time and talents April 25, when the Windward Oahu Special Olympics held its 2004 Track and Field Competition on the athletic field of Henry J. Kaiser High School in Hawaii Kai.    Athletes participated in various track events such as the 100 meter dash, MORE
Traffic, parking problems persist at Camp Smith May 07, 2004 — If there's one thing Camp Smith is known for, it's the parking or lack there of.   Parking at Camp Smith isn't a new problem.  It has been a problem since Camp Smith became a headquarters command, according to Sgt. Amber D. Shipley, physical security, Camp Smith Provost Marshal's Office, who has worked at Camp Smith for two years.   Most of the MORE