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Company G recruits face their fears September 19, 2008 — The Marine Corps did not promise Company G recruits a rose garden. Instead, the Marine Corps promised that they would earn the title Marine through sweat and determination. During the final obstacle in boot camp, the Crucible, Company G recruits tested their mental and physical limits on the field confidence course, Sept. 10 at Edson Range, Marine MORE
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Recruit stays true to promise of becoming a Marine September 19, 2008 — The recruits of Company G, 2nd Battalion, Recruit Training Regiment, gathered for the emblem ceremony on the grinder at Weapons and Field Training Battalion, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif., Sept. 11. The day marked the culmination of 12 weeks of training the recruits have gone through to earn the title of Marine. Earning the title of MORE
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Catharsis Productions presents sexual harassment training September 19, 2008 — Service members stationed at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego had a period of military instruction with a comical twist to shed light on sexual harassment Tuesday at the depot theater. The comedic-duo show, titled “Sex Signals” from Catharsis Productions, provided an entertaining, engaging and informative production that covered aspects of MORE
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September is National Hispanic Heritage Month September 19, 2008 — September marks National Hispanic Heritage Month, in which we recognize the many Americans of Hispanic descent who have made outstanding contributions to our nation. This month highlights the major achievements and accomplishments of many prominent Hispanic people, living and deceased. Hispanic is an ethnic term to define any person who speaks MORE
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Key to disaster preparedness is at individual, family level September 19, 2008 — Last year’s San Diego County firestorms were the largest in San Diego County history, far surpassing those of 2003 in terms of intensity and duration, burning a total of 368,340 acres and evacuating more than 515,000 people. As a result of extensive planning, training, and exercises in the past five years, significant adjustments and improvements MORE
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Company A Marines make transition in Marine Week September 12, 2008 — The Marines of Company A have been through 12 rigorous weeks of recruit training to earn the title of Marine. During their final week at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, they began their transition into the Marine Corps. “It is the final transition from recruit to Marine,” said Staff Sgt. Nathan J. Schoemer, drill instructor, Company A. “In MORE
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‘Rocket’ recruit serves in honor of family member September 12, 2008 — Since he was a young child, Recruit Michael Gams was fascinated with flight and dreamed of becoming a pilot. “He really loved airplanes and space shuttles, so his father and I would buy him model rockets that he could assemble,” said his mother, Jennifer Landis. “He also loved the movie October Sky and was interested in building a rocket.” One MORE
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Tuition aid for FY 2008 nears end September 12, 2008 — Marines, drop your packs and double time to the Lifelong Learning Center at Building 111 here—you have only two days left to cash in your tuition assistance for fiscal year 2008. Command signed TA forms must be submitted to the Lifelong Learning Center no later than 4:30 p.m. Monday to pay for classes that start before October, which is when fiscal MORE
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Depot shares cannon culture with guests September 12, 2008 — When families and friends come to Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego to witness America’s newest Marines graduate on the parade deck, they will find that there is more to the depot than meets the eye. On the depot, many will find that every street, building, monument and relic has a story behind it. In fact, did you know there are 13 cannons MORE
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CitiBank takes over defense travel card contract Nov. 29 September 12, 2008 — Effective at midnight, Nov. 29, Bank of America charge cards will no longer be the card used for the Travel Card program. CitiBank will be the financial institution handling the program. The program includes about 82,000 Marines. However, the process should not be long and elaborate with piles of paper work for service members according to Jim MORE
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