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What a sergeant of Marines should be September 21, 2010 — The Marine Corps prides itself on being green. We are not black, white, brown or yellow as far as we’re concerned. The only color we see is the color of our uniform. We strive to ensure equality because we are Marines, a title that transcends social or racial labels. But Marines also take pride in where they come from.To honor the rich blend of MORE
Marines immortalized in concrete, bronze September 17, 2010 — Sitting in a landscaped waterfront with the USS Arizona and USS Missouri memorials in the background is a perfectly-shaped seven-ton, seven-sided mix of concrete and bronze honoring Marines who gave their lives during the attack on Pearl Harbor Dec. 7, 1941. In 2005, the memorial was first placed and dedicated with a ceremony. Due to reconstruction MORE
MarForPac, PACOM unite for Hispanic heritage observance September 17, 2010 — Dozens of service members and civilian employees assigned to U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, and Pacific Command gathered for the 5th annual Camp Smith Hispanic Heritage Observance Sept. 17 at the PACOM headquarters building, here.The event highlighted the contributions Hispanics have made to the military and expose non-Hispanics to the MORE
MarForPac learns violence prevention from shooting survivor September 10, 2010 — On Feb. 17 1988, Richard Farley, a former employee who had been fired more than two years prior, walked into Electromagnetic Systems Labs in Sunnyvale, Calif., with a shotgun and various other weapons and began to shoot everyone he saw.His goal was to kill a former colleague who he stalked for more than four years and who had issued a restraining MORE
MarForPac general passes the torch September 02, 2010 — Lt. Gen. Keith J. Stalder relinquished command of U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, to Lt. Gen. Duane D. Thiessen Sept. 2 during a change of command ceremony at Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Kaneohe Bay.  Stalder has been the MarForPac commander since August 2008. Stalder was born in Venezuela and raised in Alaska. He earned his Master’s degree in MORE
MarForPac Health and Wellness Fair raises awareness September 01, 2010 — Sugared energy drinks, fatty foods, video games and television…. just a few of the 21st Century’s creature comforts. They allow the everyday American to live a life of indulgence, and many don’t have to leave home at all to make a living and enjoy their off time. But for service members, these simple pleasures pose a slew of pitfalls that can lead MORE
Army, Air Force team wins first-ever Wounded Warrior Charity Hockey Game September 01, 2010 — The Army, Air Force team got an exciting 5-3 victory Aug. 29 during the first-ever Wounded Warrior Charity Hockey Game at the Ice Palace, Aiea, Hawaii.Dave Taylor, Navy, Marine, Coast Guard team captain, organized the event to raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project, a Department of Defense program designed to assist severely injured service MORE