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U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific

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MARFORPAC Marines honor service members of yesteryears who came before them March 26, 2008 — The relics of World War II symbolize an era in history, which many people don’t get the chance to see in their lives. Taking a step into history, 18 leathernecks from U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, were given the opportunity to visit some of the sites and see what the war looked like while participating in a period of Professional military MORE
MARFORPAC, PACOM hit the bone to help others March 13, 2008 — The gift of giving doesn’t have to be much, but all it took for U.S. Pacific Command and U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific were four tiny swabs to help aid in the gift of life.  Service members and Department of Defense civilians from Camp Smith took part in a two-day bone marrow drive, here March 13 and 14.  Taking no more than five minutes out of MORE
Do you have a plan? March 12, 2008 — “Is someone coming for me?” is the question a person would ask themselves if they were in a foreign country sitting in a dark cell for more than a week.  Personnel Recovery comes into play when anti-terrorism force protection fails.  U.S. Pacific Command is now requiring all U.S. Marines, Navy, Department of Defense civilians and contractors who MORE
MARFORPAC welcomes new battalion sergeant major March 07, 2008 — Sgt. Maj. Michael D. Berg, sergeant major for Headquarters and Service Battalion, Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, stood tall as he passed his legacy of leadership to his successor in a relief and appointment ceremony at Bordelon Field here, March 7.  Berg received the noncommissioned officer sword from Col. Cosmas R. Spofford, commanding officer, MORE