U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific


U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific

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U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific - Pacific Theater News

November, 2007

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MarForPac looks to beat last years CFC contributions November 27, 2007 — Marines have only two more weeks to donate to the Combined Federal Campaign’s annual charity drive. The drive, which supports local, national, and international health, welfare and philanthropic organizations, will be officially closed on Oct. 19. U.S. Marine Corps Force Pacific is looking to beat last year’s $60,000 in contributions, said Staff MORE
KVN training now available online November 27, 2007 — The baby is crying, the phone is ringing, food on the stove is boiling over, and her deployed husband hasn’t gotten paid. Being a “million” miles away from family with no one who understands what she is going through, Sally is stressed.  But there are people to help who are just a phone call away. The Key Volunteer Network is an organization that MORE
Hawaiian native hits desert for a third time; November 27, 2007 — As the Belleau Wood Expeditionary Strike Group (BWESG) left Pearl Harbor Monday, so did Oahu native Gunnery Sgt. Rudolph Arreola, quality assurance chief 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing, aboard the USS Belleau Wood. Arreola will be making his third trip to the Middle East having served in Operation Desert Storm in 1991, as well as Operation Iraqi Freedom MORE
Faith, the line of duty November 27, 2007 — Cpl. Darrell Jetter Headquarters Battalion G-1 and other Marines from Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Kaneohe Bay, bow their heads in prayer at the 2005 Hawaii Prayer Breakfast at the Hilton Hawaiian Village, April 15.  Marines from Hawaii were invited to participate in the 26th annual prayer breakfast free of charge. A pre-breakfast concert was held, MORE
Commandant visits Camp Smith Marines and families November 27, 2007 — The Commandant of the Marine Corps, Gen. Michael W. Hagee, paid a visit to Marines and their spouses here, April 26. All U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific Marines were invited to the Sunset Lanai to hear the Commandant speak. During the visit, the general spoke on many topics. One topic that was thoroughly covered by Gen. Hagee, with the support of MORE
Coffees look to new adventures as they leave MarForPac November 27, 2007 — During a post and relief ceremony held at Bordelon Field, the sergeant major of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific, Sgt. Maj. Royce G. Coffee transferred his sword, a symbol of his responsobilites, to Sgt. Maj. Lawrence E. Thompson, Sept. 24. The sergeant major is headed to the U.S. Pacific Command to help with the pacific theater non commissioned MORE
Center pushes right buttons November 27, 2007 — Kids don't go outside these days, do they? Remember the days one couldn't go inside until dinner? Remember being so bored games like "jump off the roof" and "hide under the car" lasted all day long? Those games have been replaced by pricey computers and game consoles. Video game technology is evolving just as fast as computer technology, if not MORE
Camp Palan meets Marines' needs, expectations November 27, 2007 — The Reception, Staging, Onward Movement and Integration exercise (RSO&I-04) at Camp Palan, has the unexpected feeling of home for the Marines staying in the tent city here. The amenities of home are all here at Camp Palan: heated tents, hot chow, warm showers and many other things to make RSO&I-04 a comfortable exercise. "I expected to be in a big MORE
Camp Smith hosts marrow registration November 27, 2007 — The Camp Smith Battalion Medical Office held its bone marrow registration drive May 27, here. The purpose of the drive was to find suitable donors for thousands of patients who are diagnosed with fatal blood diseases every year. Even though a person's bone marrow is inherited, only 30 percent of patients find compatible donors in their family. MORE
Blue Angels arrive at Kaneohe for air show November 27, 2007 — The Navy's precision flying team, the Blue Angels, arrived at Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Kaneohe Bay Tuesday. The F/A-18 Hornets pilots are in town to perform at this weekend's free Kaneohe Bay Marine Corps-Navy Air Show on Saturday and Sunday. The Navy pilots made a grand entrance, flying over the flight line in formation and breaking formation MORE

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