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U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific

In Any Clime and Place

MarForPac rides again

By Lance Cpl. Ronald W. Stauffer | | October 24, 2008

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Sgt. Robert Manion, training's nuclear, biological and chemical chief for Headquarters and Service Battalion, U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific and one of the "Ride Safe Club" founders, leads the pack of sports bikes toward the base's front gate for their monthly ride Oct. 24.

Sgt. Robert Manion, training's nuclear, biological and chemical chief for Headquarters and Service Battalion, U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific and one of the "Ride Safe Club" founders, leads the pack of sports bikes toward the base's front gate for their monthly ride Oct. 24. (Photo by Lance Cpl. Ronald W. Stauffer)


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Maj. Timothy Rybinski, Avionics Logistics Division's avionics officer, MarForPac, heads the pack of rumbling cruisers during the second "Ride Safe Club" monthly ride Oct. 24.

Maj. Timothy Rybinski, Avionics Logistics Division's avionics officer, MarForPac, heads the pack of rumbling cruisers during the second "Ride Safe Club" monthly ride Oct. 24. (Photo by Lance Cpl. Ronald W. Stauffer)


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CAMP H.M. SMITH, Hawaii -- Sgt. Robert Manion, training’s nuclear, biological and chemical chief for Headquarters and Service Battalion, U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific and one of the “Ride Safe Club” founders, leads the pack of sports bikes toward the base’s front gates for their monthly ride Oct. 24.

The club was founded August of 2008, to promote safety and awareness to MarForPac riders, but Manion invites all riders aboard Camp Smith to join the group.  

“We’ve got a couple new riders come out and a lot of calls from people who’re interested,” said Chief Warrant Officer-3 Ronald Granneman, chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear defense officer in charge for MarForPac.

Granneman said he’s recently received his instructors certification for the Motorcycle Safety Foundation course and encourages new and non-riders who want to learn more to participate with the club and it has to offer.

For more information call Manion at 477-8355 or Granneman at 477-8674.