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Local ballet makes Toys for Tots donation October 31, 2009 — MORE
MarForPac conducts Halloween Run October 30, 2009 — Marines from U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, Headquarters and Service Battalion, begin their battalion run Friday, Oct. 30 at Ford Island. Donning costumes and physical training attire, the Halloween run was the first of several unit runs scheduled over the next few months. More than 60 Marines participated in the run to increase unit cohesion MORE
TOYS FOR TOTS HAWAII October 16, 2009 — The Marine Corps’ Toys for Tots Hawaii drive is proud to announce that it will again be partnering with The Salvation Army for the 2009 Toys for Tots Collection effort.  The Salvation Army has been providing toy distribution services to this effort for several years here in Hawaii.  Their volunteers man the collection warehouse, catalog, organize MORE
‘D.I.C.E’ man visits Camp Smith October 15, 2009 — The dice donning "D.I.C.E. Man" Raymond M. Semko, one of the foremost security experts with Defense Security Service, speaks to U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, personnel Oct. 15 at the Pollock Theater. The Defensive Information to Counter Espionage brief fulfilled several annual training requirements for Department of Defense employees and MORE
New MCMAP pit, new training October 14, 2009 — U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific service members kicked off the new Marine Corps Martial Arts Program training pit with sustainment and advancement courses Oct. 13 at Bordelon Field. The roughly 60-by-30-foot two-month old training pit, boasting more than 12 tons of recycled tires, has been used by Marines irregularly until the Headquarters and MORE
Golfers tee off in support of MarForPac birthday ball October 02, 2009 — U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific hosted a golf tournament at the Klipper Golf Course here Oct. 2 to raise money for the unit’s Marine Corps Birthday Ball fund. 160 golfers competed in teams of four to attempt to claim first place. Prizes were given for first, second and third place and for the longest drive of the tournament. The losing team MORE
BEQ renovations hurried for returning Marines October 01, 2009 — Bachelor Marines and sailors aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii are slated to begin moving into their recently renovated barracks, which were not scheduled to be done until 2010. Marines and sailors were displaced from their normal quarters in order to expedite renovations and ensure adequate housing for Marines and sailors already aboard base as well MORE