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eMarine hits milestone, boasts interactive features June 22, 2012 — Roughly 67,000 U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Marines have registered with eMarine since March of 2011, surpassing 90 percent personnel registration for the site as of this month.MarForPac currently leads the Marine Corps in personnel registered with eMarine.Col. Brent S. Willson, Headquarters and Service Battalion commanding officer, MarForPac, MORE
New Zealand prime minister, government officials honor Marines’ landing June 19, 2012 — New Zealand Prime Minister John Key and other government officials assembled to commemorate the U.S. Marine Corps’ landing in New Zealand during World War II at the National War Memorial here June 14.Several American armed forces members and World War II veterans of New Zealand attended the commemoration. “We are renewing old ties, we are MORE
Marines revisit history during commemorative concert June 19, 2012 — More than 200 New Zealanders gathered in the pews of Old St. Paul’s, Wellington to be entertained by the U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Band. The booming music echoed through the stained glass windows and tall wooden walls, carrying the sound of celebration through the still Wellington streets.            The June 13th concert, featuring the MORE
Hawaii golfers scramble at annual MarForPac tournament June 06, 2012 — Marines might train to assault sandy beaches from large bodies of water, but they want their golf balls to stay clear of both.Approximately 150 amateur golfers from across Oahu teed off in friendly competition as U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, held its 4th annual “scramble” tournament at Kaneohe Klipper Golf Course here, June 1.The afternoon MORE
Marine sergeant receives commendation for life-saving actions June 01, 2012 — A Marine sergeant received a Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal here June 1 for saving a 5-year-old boy from drowning at a residential pool in Ewa Beach, May 19.  Sgt. Augustin A. Delgado, a radio operator by trade who currently works as a watch staff noncommissioned officer at the U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, command operations center, MORE