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U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific

In Any Clime and Place

U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific - Pacific Theater News
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MWR Pet Kennels provide home away from home August 17, 2007 — I’m checked in with my unit, my household goods are shipped, the family has a flight and we’re on our way to Hawaii … but what about Toto and Felix the Cat?All service members, retirees and federal employees moving here or leaving the island temporarily may place their pets at U.S. Morale, Welfare and Recreation Pet Kennel, winner of the 2005 MORE
Purple Cobras dodge, dip, duck, dive & dodge to championship August 17, 2007 —  The athleticism and aggression of the Purple Cobras defeated “Dem G-6 Bubbas” in the Marine Corps Community Services double-elimination dodgeball tournament at the base gym here, Aug. 10.The Purple Cobras remained undefeated until the championship series versus Dem G-6 Boys, who already collected one loss from the Cobras earlier in the MORE
Defending champs gear up for new season August 10, 2007 — August has arrived and brought football season along with it. The Camp H.M. Smith Raiders intramural football team is gearing up for the new season.While most other service members head home at quitting time, the Raiders, playing under head coach Carson Peapealalo, have been meeting on Bordelon Field and practicing for the past four weeks.The MORE
Command post exercise draws to a close August 10, 2007 — Approximately 120 officers from 19 countries bid adieu to each other and the command post exercise which brought them together here.This training evolution simulated establishing a United Nations force headquarters in a deployed location in response to a regional peace operation and included both classroom-type briefings as well as practical MORE
Mongolian Armed Forces team up with U.S. Army engineers to rebuild children’s hospital wing August 8, 2007 — A sick child can be trying on both the mind and the heart. That weight can be greatly increased when the child is afflicted with a neurological disorder such as epilepsy, cerebral palsy, or muscular dystrophy; and imagine the hardship when the only hospital in the country capable of treating these disorders is completely dilapidated.Fortunately for MORE
Peacekeeping exercise kicks off in Mongolia August 8, 2007 — FIVE HILLS TRAINING CENTER, Mongolia – The president of Mongolia, Nambariyn Enkhbayar, officially kicked off the multinational peace support operations training exercise known as Khaan Quest 07 during an opening ceremony here today.The exercise aims to increase the peacekeeping abilities of the more than 1,000 participating multinational service MORE
Khaan Quest proves value to present and future peacekeepers August 7, 2007 — When the Mongolian Armed Forces entered Iraq in 2003, it was the first time the Mongolian military had been in the country since the middle of the 13th century.Even historians disagree on number of those killed in 1258 when the grandson of Chinggis Khaan leveled Baghdad. Estimates range between 80,000 to 800,000. That battle ended the city's claim MORE
Seminar focuses on equal opportunity August 7, 2007 — The senior leaders of U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific went back to the basics of equal opportunity to further perpetuate a mission-ready command climate through an equal opportunity seminar held here Aug. 7.The seminar is one way for the Headquarters Marine Corps Equal Opportunity and Diversity Management Team to collect thoughts, and ideas, and MORE
Sgt. Maj. of the Marine Corps gives good gouge to MARFORPAC Marines August 6, 2007 — The 16th Sgt. Maj. of the Marine Corps, Sgt. Maj. Carlton Kent shows off a prototype of the new physical fitness uniform to the Marines and Sailors of U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific at the Pollack Theater here Aug. 6.The running suits were just one of the many topics Kent covered in his laid back, but informative meeting with the enlisted MORE
MARFORPAC band performs for Solomon Islanders August 6, 2007 — Living up to the U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific motto of ‘In any clime and place,’ the Marine Corps Forces Pacific Band performed for a crowd of more than 2,000 islanders in this beachside town on Guadalcanal Saturday.The Marine Band, which is currently supporting a tour in the South Pacific, made a stop in this city in preparation for honoring MORE

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