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Marine touches many through music October 28, 2008 — Many artists have written songs about the emotions service members face in the heat of war, the pain of loss and bonds of friendship, but few have lived through it. Lt. Col. Mike Corrado, a future operations officer with U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, sings from experience through his pop-rock-style music and shares the thoughts of his MORE
MarForPac rides again October 24, 2008 — Sgt. Robert Manion, training’s nuclear, biological and chemical chief for Headquarters and Service Battalion, U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific and one of the “Ride Safe Club” founders, leads the pack of sports bikes toward the base’s front gates for their monthly ride Oct. 24.  The club was founded August of 2008, to promote safety and awareness MORE
MarForPac continues to train October 17, 2008 — U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Marines run a practice the 880-yard run around the track while fellow Marines perform spin drills in the infield during combat fitness test training at Bordelon Field Oct 17.  Progressing into week three of a five-week training schedule, Headquarters and Service Battalion Marines face an eight-station course MORE
MarForPac observes domestic violence awareness month October 17, 2008 — Marines and families are encouraged to take a stand in observance of domestic violence awareness month during October. The Department of Defense defines domestic abuse as an offense under the Uniform Code of Military Justice or state law that involves the use, attempted use, or threatened use of force or violence against a person of the opposite MORE
Flag football league ready to kick-off October 17, 2008 — The 2008 Camp Smith Intramural Flag Football League season is scheduled to kick off at Bordelon Field Oct. 21.  The league is open to all Marine Corps Base Hawaii active duty service members, Department of Defense civilians and eligible dependents 18 years and older. “Flag football is a more leisurely sport. It is a safer alternative to tackle MORE
MarForPac sheds light on energy awareness October 17, 2008 — U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Marines are enticed to dim their lights and unplug the coffee maker in support of Energy Awareness Month 2008.  The nation-wide campaign, launched by the U.S. Department of Energy, encourages individual awareness of energy saving sources and conservation.  “It’s about conserving energy, which is especially MORE
Leader embodies Corps values, influences young Marines October 08, 2008 — For more than 230 years, the Marine Corps has developed leaders and instilled the importance of selfless service in men and women from different walks of life. Among these few and proud are Marines like Sgt. LaVonne A. Watkins who goes beyond his duties to lead his subordinates and represent the Corps. Watkins, and Albemarle, N.C. native, embodies MORE
• Camp Smith connects with community October 03, 2008 — Camp Smith opened its gates to local charities during the Hawaii-Pacific Area Combined Federal Campaign kickoff Oct. 3.  Attendees were offered the opportunity to speak with representatives from 20 local charities, while listening to the U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Band and eat a free lunch in front of the U.S. Pacific Command Building.  “The MORE
Raiders conquer Warriors 12-6 October 01, 2008 — The Camp Smith Raiders defeated Combat Logistics Battalion 3 Warriors 12-6 during a 2008 Intramural Football League game at Bordelon Field here Oct. 1. The crowd became ecstatic in the third quarter when the Raiders recovered the ball on a fumble and went for a 20-yard pass that was caught and run in for a touchdown by Freddie Williams, Raiders MORE