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Camp Smith Marines discipline mind and body through mixed martial arts December 20, 2007 —  Marines here conduct physical training on a regular basis. They hit the weights, pound the pavement and churn the water in order to keep their bodies in shape.   There is a group here that takes physical training to another level by combining normal PT and martial arts training.   The Marines formed this group to harness their minds and bodies MORE
Marine weathered storms of past, headed toward brighter future December 17, 2007 —  Lance Cpl. Patrick Bennett, a native of New Orleans may seem like just another young Marine, but this smiling, almost scarily happy individual has come a long way to be called a devil dog.   Bennett’s Marine Corps story picks up at age 12 when his mother first mentioned the idea of joining the military.   “We didn’t have much money growing up and MORE
Navy League donates $6,000, gives 320 toys to Toys for Tots December 14, 2007 —  The Honolulu Council Navy League golf tournament raised $6,000 and collected more than 320 toys for donation to the Toys for Tots drive, Nov. 30.   Navy League staff came to present the check to Lt. Gen. John F. Goodman, commander, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific on behalf of Toys for Tots, Dec. 14.   The league gave the toys to volunteers from MORE
When I count to five you will stay safe this holiday – then dance like Elvis December 07, 2007 —  Instead of a normal doom and gloom safety stand down, the leaders of U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific invited Ken Whitener to perform a comedy-hypnosis show to literally instill safety into the minds of their Marines at the Sunset Lanai here Dec. 7.  “We all have the responsibility of choice,” said Whitener who has performed more than 6,500 shows MORE
MARFORPAC does best, prepares for worst December 07, 2007 —  In the Asia-Pacific region, there are enemies and natural disasters keeping Marines busy, whether it’s standing a post with a rifle or handing out bottles of water and food to Mother Nature’s victims.  U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific has to remain in an ever-ready state to answer the call of our nation.  Command and control is a necessity in MORE
Marauders pull off close win, 13-6 December 04, 2007 —  The U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific Marauders pulled off a 13-6 win against the U.S. Pacific Special Operations Command in an intramural football game at Bordelon field, Dec. 4.  SOCPAC missed two easy scoring opportunities, after its receivers dropped two passes in the end zone from quarterback Al Best.  The Marauders struggled with their MORE