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Wounded Warrior Games training camp kicks off April 27, 2010 — The All-Marine Warrior Games Team training camp kicked off with a dinner for athletes and staff April 27, at the Colorado Inn. The team, guests and staff celebrated the beginning of the training, as well as the mark of a new tradition when the games commence May 10 at the U.S. Olympic Training Center. The inaugural sports competition is a joint MORE
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Service members invited, attend Eagle Scout Recognition Banquet April 25, 2010 — Every Eagle Scout is taught to aim high, to succeed. But the journey they undertake to become an Eagle Scout has another lesson. They earn their medals by undertaking numerous challenges, one of them being community service. It is through helping their community they learn the true calling of an Eagle Scout – to serve. In order to inspire the more MORE
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Aussie, New Zealand soldiers honored at Punchbowl April 25, 2010 — Hundreds of service members and foreign civilian officials gathered April 25 to honor the memories of Australian and New Zealand service members during the 95th Annual Australian and New Zealand Army Corps Day Commemoration at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific (Punchbowl) Hawaii. The Marine Corps has supported the ceremony here since MORE
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Commissioning program gets tougher, deadline approaches April 23, 2010 — Enlisted Marines thinking about becoming officers face a gambit of new hurdles before they can be selected for commissioning, but Marine officials urge those who are dedicated to act quickly. One such program is the Marine Enlisted Commissioning Program. Packages for MECEP are due to Marine Corps Recruiting Command by May 28, but Marines with U.S. MORE
Earth Day celebrations reinforce Corps’ commitment to conservation, efficiency April 22, 2010 — It starts with the individual Marine, but Marine Corps installations around the world have organized activities to increase awareness of environmental issues in honor of the 40th anniversary of Earth Day April 22.   The events focus on the importance of energy conservation, water intensity reduction and waste reduction, said Joanna Curlin, an MORE
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Sergeants major post, relieve, retire April 16, 2010 — Dozens of service members, family and friends gathered at Bordelon Field, Camp H.M Smith, Hawaii, for the appointment of Headquarters and Service Battalion, U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific’s, incoming sergeant major and outgoing sergeant major’s retirement April 16. Under constant cloud cover and rain, Sgt. Maj. James Roberts Jr. passed the MORE
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Martial arts instructors motivate battalion through moves, blocks, strikes April 12, 2010 — In November, officials with Headquarters and Service Battalion, U.S. Marine Forces, Pacific, mandated Marine Corps Martial Arts training to be held on a regular basis with the goal of training every Marine to grey belt. Two instructors took that challenge. Sgt. Joseph M. Benezette, a Marine Corps Martial Arts instructor trainer, and Sgt. Robert J. MORE
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