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Marine Expeditionary Brigade – Afghanistan deactivates, marks end to Afghan mission January 16, 2015 — Marine Expeditionary Brigade – Afghanistan was deactivated during a ceremony at the I Marine Expeditionary Force headquarters Friday at noon.Marine Expeditionary Brigade - Afghanistan was established during 2009, and deployed more than 4,000 forces from Camp Lejeune to Helmand province, Afghanistan. Their role was to assist the Afghan National MORE
Recon Marines prepare for parachute missions in Pacific January 16, 2015 — “Five minutes!” yelled the jumpmaster as he signaled the Marines to get out of their seats. They stood up and made their way to the rear of the aircraft. They are almost at the drop zone – it’s go time. This scene played out several times as Marines with 3rd Reconnaissance Battalion conducted parachute training Nov. 20, 2014 over Ie Shima Training MORE
MARFORPAC Band, guest artists shine bright at annual Christmas concerts December 3, 2014 — U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, and BAE Systems, in partnership with the Chamber of Commerce of Hawai’i, presented the 7th Annual Na Mele o na Keiki (Music for the Children) Holiday Concert at the Hawai’i Theatre Center, Nov. 29-30.“It’s (MARFORPAC) giving back to the community (by providing) a free performance,” said Chief Warrant Officer 3 MORE
MARFORPAC Marines recognized by Navy League November 19, 2014 — Four U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Marines received Sea Service Awards from the Navy League and Partners in Patriotism for leadership and special achievements Nov. 15 during a ceremony at Ala Moana Hotel in Honolulu, Hawaii. MORE
MARFORPAC Marines recognized for exceptional work October 20, 2014 — Master Sgt. Lisa Morales and Staff Sgt. Alfredo Estrella, with U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, were recently recognized by the former Commandant of the Marine Corps Gen. James F. Amos during the annual Modern Day Marine Exposition award ceremony at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., Sept. 24.    The two Phoenix natives were presented with statues MORE
Fought war, gained title October 16, 2014 — Jacob Sprinkle had been tied to the Marine Corps since birth, born little more than a short 13 years ago on November 10 — the Marine Corps' birthday. Sadly, Jacob would never live to serve in the Corps, but now, in death, he bears the title of "Marine."More than 100 guests filled the Jonesville, Virginia Lee County High School auditorium tonight to MORE
1/12 conducts mortar training, preps for deployment October 9, 2014 — Marines with Charlie Battery, 1st Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, fired 120mm rounds from the M327 Expeditionary Fire Support System Oct. 7 during one of the battery’s training and readiness evaluations at Schofield Barracks’ newly re-opened ranges.The gun sections were evaluated on timeliness of their fire support, weapon emplacement, and the MORE
MarForPac Band revisits Palau after a 50 year-span September 19, 2014 — In honor and remembrance of the 70th Anniversary of the landingon Peleliu, the U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Band visited the Republic ofPalau, Sept. 12 through 18.The landing on Peleliu still remains as one of the bloodiest battles for the Marines who fought in the Pacific during World War II, also having been the battle where eight of the 14 MORE
Marines remember the Battle of Peleliu September 18, 2014 — Rewind to 70 years earlier, and you have a 19-year-old William Darling, a private first class in the Marine Corps at the time, and Kiyokazu Tsuchida, a 24-year-old soldier fighting for the Empire of Japan, on the Island of Peleliu fighting against each other in one of the bloodiest battles that would come out of World War II. MORE
MARFORPAC bids farewell to Robling, welcomes Toolan August 15, 2014 — In a change of command ceremony, Lt. Gen. Terry G. Robling relinquished command of U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, to Lt. Gen. John A. Toolan, Aug. 15, at Marine Corps Base Hawaii. The event also marks the end of a 38-year-long career for Robling, who retired after relinquishing command.    The change of command, which is normally conducted MORE

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