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Marines alerted to identity theft June 28, 2004 — Recently, deployed service members were forced to deal with checks forged in their name, according to a memorandum issued by Headquarters Marine Corps, March 29. “Marines had checks stolen and they wouldn’t find out until after they were deployed,” said Capt. Brian Keller, Deputy Head of Legal Assistance, Judge Advocate Division, Headquarters MORE
Marine Corps Chaplain meets with MARFORPAC Marines June 17, 2004 — Words of praise, hope and inspiration filled the air in Hawaii as the 15th Chaplain of Marine Corps made his rounds at Camp Smith and Kaneohe Marine Corps Base Hawaii, June 17. During one of many stops on his two-day visit, Rear Adm. Robert F. Burt met with Marine Forces Pacific enlisted Marines from every rank to discuss the special relationship MORE
New MARADMIN details increased healthcare benefits for reservists June 16, 2004 — Healthcare coverage for Marine reservists and their dependents has been expanded to cover a wider range of benefits as of May 2004, according to MARADMIN 233/04. MARADMIN 233/04 corrects erroneous information from MARADMIN 205/04, released earlier this year, and contains new information. The new healthcare coverage applies to members of the MORE
Marine general leads strike group into history June 03, 2004 — Brig. Gen. Joseph V. Medina, commander of the Belleau Wood Expeditionary Strike Group (BWESG), led 4,000 Marines and sailors into Pearl Harbor Thursday for five days of training before heading directly to the Western Pacific in support of the war on terrorism. Medina, the first Marine general ever assigned commander of naval ships, and his MORE
Committee racks brains, racks cash May 11, 2004 — The Camp Smith Marine Corps ball committee has been revamped. It's under new management but has kept some of its key veterans from last year.  Each year, the committee works for months on end; sacrificing their time to make sure the Marine Corps birthday ball is as prestigious, worthwhile and memorable as any. Just as any sports team trains and MORE
Camp Smith hosts blood drive May 10, 2004 — A blood drive was held at Camp Smith's Pollack Theater May 4 to support troops in the Middle East. Tripler Army Medical Center's Mobile Blood Donation Unit drew more than 40 units of blood from Camp Smith's personnel during the three hour drive. "If we get more than 30 units of blood, the drive is considered a success," said Capt. Michael A. MORE
Traffic, parking problems persist at Camp Smith May 07, 2004 — If there's one thing Camp Smith is known for, it's the parking or lack there of. Parking at Camp Smith isn't a new problem.  It has been a problem since Camp Smith became a headquarters command, according to Sgt. Amber D. Shipley, physical security, Camp Smith Provost Marshal's Office, who has worked at Camp Smith for two years. Most of the legal MORE
Marines volunteer time with athletes May 07, 2004 — Marines and Sailors from Marine Corps Base Hawaii and Marine Forces Pacific volunteered their time and talents April 25, when the Windward Oahu Special Olympics held its 2004 Track and Field Competition on the athletic field of Henry J. Kaiser High School in Hawaii Kai.  Athletes participated in various track events such as the 100 meter dash, 100 MORE
Marines, Australians share special bond April 26, 2004 — There is a long-standing, strong relationship that exists between the Australian Army and the United States Marine Corps.  This bond extends far back in our respective histories when we fought side-by-side to assist in the defense of Australia and New Zealand in World War II, and extends to today as Marines and soldiers of the Australian Army MORE
'We will never forget' April 13, 2004 — Dr. William Samelson, professor emeritus, author and holocaust survivor, spoke at the holocaust observance ceremony at the base chaplain’s building here April 8. Marines, their families and others attended the ceremony. They listened in silence and with great respect to the moving and intensely detailed speech by Dr. Samelson. “My mother, older MORE

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