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Members of the U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Band, play their trumpets during the opening of the 7th Annual Na Mele o na Keiki (Music for the Children) held at the historic Hawai’i Theatre Center, Nov. 30. During the Christmas concert, MARFORPAC helped collect more than 2,000 presents and raised more than $3,200 for Toys for Tots of Hawaii.
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Santa Claus and Chief Warrant Officer 3 Michael J. Smith, U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Band, take a “selfie” during the 7th Annual Na Mele o na Keiki (Music for the Children) concert, Nov. 30 at the Hawai’i Theatre Center. The event accepted presents and money for “Toys for Tots”, every dollar and toy that was donated during the concert will go to the less fortunate keiki around the Hawaiian Islands.
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Drumline members of the U.S. Marine Corps, Pacific Band, finish performing during the 7th Annual Na Mele o na Keiki (Music for the Children) concert, Nov. 30 at the Hawai’i Theatre Center. The event accepted presents and money for “Toys for Tots”, every dollar and toy that was donated during the concert will go to the less fortunate keiki around the Hawaiian Islands.
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Drumline members of the U.S. Marine Corps, Pacific Band, perform during the 7th Annual Na Mele o na Keiki (Music for the Children) concert, Nov. 30 at the Hawai’i Theatre Center. The event accepted presents and money for “Toys for Tots”, every dollar and toy that was donated during the concert will go to the less fortunate keiki around the Hawaiian Islands.
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Lt. Gen. John A. Toolan, commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, conducts the MARFORPAC band, during the 7th Annual Na Mele o na Keiki (Music for the Children) concert, Nov. 30 at the Hawai’i Theatre Center. The event accepted presents and money for “Toys for Tots”, every dollar and toy that was donated during the concert will go to the less fortunate keiki around the Hawaiian Islands.
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Lt. Gen. John A. Toolan, commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, conducts the MARFORPAC band, during the 7th Annual Na Mele o na Keiki (Music for the Children) concert, Nov. 30 at the Hawai’i Theatre Center. The event accepted presents and money for “Toys for Tots”, every dollar and toy that was donated during the concert will go to the less fortunate keiki around the Hawaiian Islands.
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Lt. Gen. John A. Toolan, commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, speaks to Chief Warrant Officer 3 Michael J. Smith the MARFORPAC band officer, about how to properly conduct the band, during the 7th Annual Na Mele o na Keiki (Music for the Children) held at the historic Hawai’i Theatre Center, Nov. 30. During the Christmas concert, MARFORPAC helped collect more than 2,000 presents and raised more than $3,200 for Toys for Tots of Hawaii.
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The Ghost of Christmas Past, Chief Warrant Officer 3 Michael J. Smith, band officer of the U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Band, and Ciana Pelekai perform during the 7th Annual Na Mele o na Keiki (Music for the Children) held at the historic Hawai’i Theatre Center, Nov. 30. This year MARFORPAC helped collect more than 2,000 presents and raise more than $3,200 for Toys for Tots of Hawaii.
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Chief Warrant Officer 3 Michael J. Smith, band officer of the U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Band, conducts while Kamakakehau, a well-known local Hawaiian recording artist sings during the 7th Annual Na Mele o na Keiki (Music for the Children) held at the historic Hawai’i Theatre Center, Nov. 30. During the Christmas concert, MARFORPAC helped collect more than 2,000 presents and raised more than $3,200 for Toys for Tots of Hawaii.
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Lt. Gen. John Toolan, Marine Corps Forces, Pacific commander, speaks to more than 100 guests during an honorary Marine ceremony in Jonesville, Virginia on Oct. 15, 2014. Jacob Sprinkle received the title posthumously after a complication with a heart transplant took his life in January.
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MARINE CORPS TRAINING AREA BELLOWS, Hawaii — Lance Cpl. Matthew Newland and Cpl. Jeremy Atkins, members of a radio reconnaissance team for Bravo Company, 3rd Radio Battalion, communicate through hand and arm signals before entering a room in a simulated mission abroad Marine Corps Training Area Bellows, Oct. 7, 2014. Eight Marines from Bravo Company are currently participating in a Radio Reconnaissance Operations Course. Six of the Marines will continue on to support the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Brittney Vella)
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Brig. Gen. Edward D. Banta, Commanding General of Marine Corps Installations West – Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, hosted an Evening Colors Ceremony at the historical Santa Margarita Ranch House, Oct. 09.

The annual ceremony was held to celebrate Camp Pendleton’s 72-year history and to recognize leaders from the surrounding communities, while showing appreciation for their continued support since the base’s establishment in 1942.
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U.S. Marines carry Bangalore torpedoes fused with detonation cord used to clear obstacles at Crow Valley, the Philippines, during Amphibious Landing Exercise 15, Oct. 8. PHIBLEX is an annual, bilateral training exercise conducted by members of the Armed Forces of the Philippines alongside U.S. Marine and Navy forces focused on strengthening the partnership and relationships between the two nations across a range of military operations including disaster relief and complex expeditionary operations. The Marines are with Battalion Landing Team 3rd Battalion, 5th Marines, 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit.
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SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, Hawaii – Cpl. Enmanuel Rosario, a cannoneer with Charlie Battery, 1st Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, pulls the lanyard on an M327 Expeditionary Fire Support System Oct. 7 during a training and readiness evaluation. This marks the first time that the Marines of 1st Bn., 12th Marines have been able to conduct fire missions on Oahu in more than a year. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Erik Estrada)
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SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, Hawaii – Cpl. Robert Modar, a cannoneer with Charlie Battery, 1st Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, pulls the lanyard on an M327 Expeditionary Fire Support System Oct. 7 during a training and readiness evaluation. The Marines from 1st Bn., 12th Marines, were getting evaluated on timeliness of getting the 120 mm rounds fired off as preparation for an upcoming deployment. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Erik Estrada)
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SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, Hawaii – Cpl. Robert Modar, a cannoneer with Charlie Battery, 1st Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, pulls the lanyard on an M327 Expeditionary Fire Support System Oct. 7 during a training and readiness evaluation. The Marines from 1st Bn., 12th Marines, were getting evaluated on timeliness of getting the 120 mm rounds fired off as preparation for an upcoming deployment. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Erik Estrada)
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